They say everything happens for a reason, and for Mikey — an 8-month-old cat who had recently given birth to three kittens who died due to being premature — that reason turned out to be a situation no one could have ever imagined.
Sneaky, sneaky pups…It turns out dogs are a lot more like humans than you probably thought.
When these dogs get grilled with the question “Who pooped in the kitchen?” they turn to a tactic millions of human brothers and sisters have used before…
Back in 2013, zookeepers in Taipei, Taiwan’s zoo introduced a baby panda (merely one month old) to her mother for the first time and if you expect the meeting to be pretty cute, you’re highly underestimating it.
The cub is kept in a separate cage because zookeepers are worried that her mother might kill (or even eat) her, so there are a precarious few seconds as Mama wraps her huge jaws around baby’s head, but then it’s smooth sailing as she lifts her up and proceeds to give her the biggest panda snuggles ever.
Panda snuggles, we said!
Eveline Poot’s dog Bella would always eat her food way too fast when she filled her bowl. She’s also super spunky, smart, and wants to play all the time. How can someone possibly even keep up with her?
That’s when Eveline had the brilliant idea to make a game that would not only keep Bella amused for a while, but would also dole out niblets of food at a much more reasonable pace.
Get ready for the waterworks: This little baby wombat, Belle, lives in the Healesville Sanctuary in Australia, where she gets to hang out with her bestie Phoenix all day.
But just wait until you hear why she’s there…
Okay, who wants to move to Australia and hang out with wombats all day?
It’s almost too much cuteness to handle when they try to squeeze into one tunnel at the same time…
His name is Andre, and despite his giant 25-pound size, the largest thing about this rescued cat is his heart and the impact he’s making on other shelter cats.
It can be hard to find forever homes for unwanted pets, and sometimes rescue organizations have to get creative. But we’ve never seen anything like this…
The Japanese Wow Wow Dog Circus, which trains its canine performers to accomplish incredible feats, exclusively employs unwanted dogs found in shelters across Japan. And with their unlikely stars they’ve set Guinness World Records three times!
The Circus travels around Japan, visiting nursing homes and schools to both entertain and educate people about what it means to be a responsible pet owner.
And the best part? The dogs, who are adopted out from shelters, are lovingly cared for by the human employees of the circus for their whole lives…even after they retire from the circus.
So grab your tissues and witness what might be the cutest (and kindest!) circus you’ve ever experienced:
Harvey Young saw a blackbird’s nest sitting high up in his garden about 3 weeks ago, so he decided to stick his trusty GoPro camera up there to see what would happen.
Well, the birds hatched 4 days ago and let’s just say that Harvey ended up with some of the coolest footage of newborn baby blackbirds you’ll ever see…
This set of twin brother and sister live in the Healesville Sanctuary in Australia, where they’ve just come out after spending their first four months in a burrow, and they’re ready to explore!
But wait. Why were they underground for 4 months?
Who knew baby platypuses could be so darn adorable?!
Imagine taking a quick stroll out of your suburban home’s door to get the mail when you suddenly turn the corner of the garage and there’s a bear!
That’s exactly what happens here except, as you’ll see, the man isn’t the only one scared out of his wits and running the other way…
We all know dogs can be pretty active creatures: they love hiking, playing fetch, running around, and just plain moving — at least, when they’re not being adorably lazy in the warm weather.
But we bet you’ve never seen dogs hanging loose like this before…
Can you believe these pups are surfing champions?! Now there’s no excuse not to learn…