There's no question we learn to love our dogs as pets almost immediately, but unless you're an animal psychologist, you might never truly understand some of their actions.
Ahead of the Olympics, American athletes posed with puppies, not just because they’re adorable, but to bring awareness to thousands of animals in shelters who are still looking for a home.
The campaign, called Clear The Shelters, connected almost 20,000 pets with forever homes last month.
You might take your daily coffee runs for granted, but dogs living in shelters don’t get to go out and grab a cup. In fact, most of their days are spent just waiting for someone to walk in, fall in love, and take them to their forever home.
But the Kitsap Humane Society in Washington is looking to make that wait a little more bearable with their Puppuccino Pals program.
Meet Rosie, a cat who has a bit of an identity crisis, but with good reason.
This is Mimi, an adorable 11-year-old shih tzu whose monthly haircuts cost the family around $150 according to her owner, Josh Pitruzzella.
As anyone who owns a cat will tell you: You don’t own a cat — they own you. Yes, they’re adorable creatures who purr and rely on you for food and shelter, but they also know they have you wrapped around their hairy little paws (and you love it).
If you have a cat as a roommate, these Cat vs. Human comics from Yasmine Surovec, a proud owner of three cats and a dog, will speak to your soul.
They’re funny because they’re so true…
They say you can’t choose your family, but one little pup spotted extreme marathon runner Dion Leonard at the beginning of the 4 Deserts Gobi March 2016, a 6-day, 155-mile race through China’s largest desert, and decided that out of the 101 participants there, he was going to be her human.
On the first day of the race, the little stray dog joined in, running alongside the human participants for the first 22-mile stretch.
Whitney Bowie and her husband, Jeremy Bowie, recently brought a new bundle of joy into the world — Raylan Gregg Bowie.
Earlier this year we introduced you to Apollo Peak, a Colorado-based company making "non-alcoholic, catnip-based" wine for cats that's made out of all-natural ingredients like water, organic catnip, organic beets, and sea salt.
In other words, prepare to lose your mind for a few minutes until you cheat and look at the answer.