Humans aren’t the only ones trying to do their part to help the victims of the mass shooting in Orlando.
I’m pretty sure this dog does more around the house than my husband.
Object permanence is a thing far beyond her comprehension.
Every polite neighbor knows to introduce themselves when they first move in. So what if that neighbor just happens to be a very large alligator?
Normally, a pet isn't hard to spot in a house. They're often smelly, they've got feet, and they rarely sit still long enough to fool anyone. But sometimes, when they try REALLY hard, they're able to fool their humans.
Tuffy the bear spent his life in a tiny cage on a bile farm, subject to painful practices. But thanks to Animals Asia, a bear who was once looking forward to a life of continual dehydration now gets his very own pool.
This is true joy.
You might think humans have the market cornered when it comes to watching TV and movies on their laptops, but Chiko the Shiba Inu is here to prove you wrong.
Instead of always going for walks, he prefers to bust out a snack and catch up on The Walking Dead.
Normally this situation — a tiny chipmunk encountering a large cat — would result in a light snack for the feline and a dirt nap for the chipmunk.
Have you ever thought, “What kind of situations would freak my dog out enough that he would call 911 if he could?” Probably not, but lucky for you and all the Interwebs, Twitter user Reverend Scott has put a lot of thought into it…
Most people go fishing with poles and nets, and then there are those who don’t need no stinking poles and nets and instead decide to use their bare hands.
Officially called "noodling," it's a more, shall we say, redneck way of catching catfish in that you basically stick your arm in a fishing hole and hope you come out with a fish and your arm in one piece.
Somewhere in Germany a bunch of ad executives for the supermarket chain Netto Marken-Discount sat around a table and thought, “What would really make our commercial stand out that hasn’t been done before?”
Throwing a bunch of cats in a grocery store and hoping for the best — and honestly, it's the best.