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.
This cat has no idea he’s keeping the whole house up at night. To him, it’s just another evening cuddling up in bed, dreaming about mice and climbing cat towers. To his human family, it’s a night of tossing and turning as their moggie snores away like a locomotive.
After watching their American Staffordshire Terrier, Mr Dukes, fight mast cell cancer for two years, photographer Zhenia Bulawka and her boyfriend Christian decided to give their courageous four-legged companion a special vacation. Zhenia then shared photos of the special vacation and her family’s touching story.
Animals, both docile and ferocious, love their offspring as much as their human equivalents do and will protect them with the best of their abilities. Do you know that a baby elephant will have an entire herd of mommies to look after it? And when a meerkat mom leaves the den to hunt, she will […]
While we are talking about mass movement in migration here, these awesome pics will literally stop you in your tracks. And it’s not surprising when you think it’s thousands and thousands of each animal type we’re talking about. Be it for the changing of seasons, the foraging of food or the reproduction of their young, […]
Wolfram Kampffmeyer from Germany studies Computer Animation and according to her, ‘if you are sitting in front of the computer all day watching your virtual models, you start wishing to hold them in your hands’. So she put her thoughts to action and began creating a series of ultra lovely animals made of paper.
Cool things that multi-task better than you and I: The mimic octopus tastes with its suckers, sees with its skin, and can take on the shape of just about anything!
Listen up-if you thought dolphins, sea lions or even otters were the most intelligent creatures under the sea, you ain’t seen nothing yet! Let me introduce you to the mimic octopus. Just over half a metre long, the mimic octopus is capable of impersonating other sea creatures (such as poisonous fish, jellyfish and sea snakes) in order to avoid danger. In fact, most of the creatures the mimic octopus imitates are poisonous.
If you live in an apartment with dogs, you don’t have the luxury of opening the door for them to do their business on the back lawn. And if you live in a city where it either snows in the winter or fries in the summer, you’ll know how frustrating it can be to take your dog outside every few hours. That’s why there’s a new design on the market that makes toilet trips a breeze.
We all know how cute puppies are, but they get even cuter when they’re caught mid-shake! These pictures are from photographer Carli Davidson for her Shake Puppies series of 61 pups. From an adorably wrinkly shar pei to a blue-eyed pit bull, this collection of photos is part of Davidson’s new book, which, as it […]
Visiting the doctor can be a really terrifying experience if you think about all those needles, all those tools poking and prodding you, and of course, all those diagnoses. But one clinic in China has kept their patients’ worries at bay by employing the help of a four-legged friend.
Over four years, London-based photographer Toby Coulson traveled all over the U.K., from agricultural events to animal shows, in order to capture something he was particularly fond of: animals. But while photographing animals, he found that the people handling them were some of the most interesting subjects.