Miss Iris the parrot might just look like a pretty bird, but this girl is as smart as they come. You see, Iris loves a good shower in the kitchen, and she’s figured out a way to get it just right.
What lurks beneath? Well, in this case, a beautiful tropical paradise. While flying his remote controlled airplane over The Cape Range National Park in Western Australia, YouTuber MrLiftHog became disoriented by the glare of the sun and watched as his plane crashed into the water. After recovering his plane, he decided to check out what […]
When you think of tortoises, the word heroic doesn’t usually spring to mind. But it might from now on after seeing this video.
Don’t even question why there’s a full-grown capybara in a bath tub. Or why there are three adorable ducklings in the bath with him. Don’t question anything at all. Just simply click play and wait for this video to take you to happyland. By the way, we already know capybaras love a good bath, but who ever knew they liked to bathe with ducks?
Kangaroo wranglers help a poor roo get its head unstuck from a watering can (it’s ok, the kanga was freed)
A two-metre tall red kangaroo thought it was a great idea to fetch a drink… in a watering can. After taking a sip, this poor roo got its head caught inside the steel can and needed a few kangaroo wranglers to help him out.
What does the fox say? Apparently, bark bark. This is Todd the fox, he was rescued by Emma D’Sylva when he was just 4 months old. In the seven months since his adoption, he’s been living with Emma and her two Labradors, Sky and Oakley, and now thinks he’s a dog himself.
Hope For Paws, a non-profit animal rescue organization, received an emergency call for help about a puppy who had been abused and then thrown 9 metres down into a canal of the L.A. river. On the way to the animal hospital the puppy was named Jordan, and his inspiring road to recovery began from there.
There’s something dog owners never tell you before you go and grab a puppy for keeps. It’s that most of them (unless you’re Cesar Milan) will rip, shred, tear, break, soil, chew, and even swallow some of your most prized possessions. Rooney is one of those dogs.
Dogs can fetch. Birds can mimic their owners. And slow lorises… well, in some cases, they pole dance. This adorable slow loris is fully trained and belongs to Irina Goncharova, a Russian Instagram personality.
Maymo the beagle loves carrots. So what do you think he does when he sees a whole bunch of them hanging from the ceiling, then flying around the room? Oh, he gets excited.
When your dog greets you, he wags his tail. Maybe he jumps up and licks you a few times. And when otters see their favourite zoo keeper? Well, the excitement is just as adorable.
Cockatiels are known for their melodious tweets. And Great Danes are known for their goofiness. So put them both together in a home video and you’ve got gold. As the cockatiel moves in closer toward its four-legged friend, he lets out a screeching tweet. The dog’s reaction?
Pit bulls have got a bad rap over the past few years, but one very energetic pit bull named Hulk is the complete opposite of all your negative perceptions. Hulk is only 18 months old (and therefore still growing) but he’s one of the biggest pit bulls in the world!
Sheldon, an eight-year-old sulfate tortoise, and Dolly, a three-year-old American pit bull terrier, have apparently become the best of friends. And they love nothing more than a game of tag.