Watch This Panda Play in the Snow
That is all.
Watch This Panda Play in the Snow
That is all.
Mailman Battles Cat in Epic Showdown
Most mail carriers know how to deal with a wayward pet, but rarely does that pet fall outside of the canine family. It’s a little known fact that cats also have a decades long feud going with mail carriers.
Watch the video above as a mailman matches wits with a feisty feline.
H/T: Tastefully Offensive.
Cat Excels at Knocking Stuff Over
Give Burrito the cat something — anything, a water bottle, a roll of tape, a clementine, and he’ll knock it to the ground with expert proficiency.
"It’s a skill he’s been working on for the past year," said Caleb Durrey, Burrito’s strength and agility coach. "He’s nearly perfected his form."
According to Durrey, the cat is an extremely hard worker. He spends hours in the gym each day and reviewing tape to work on his craft.
Thus far, Burrito has been unable to find anyone to employ him as a stuff knocker overer, but he remains hopeful.
Watch This Paralyzed Puppy Get a New Lease on Life
This is the story of Ricky Bobby, a 10-year-old dachshund who is partially paralyzed and doesn’t have use of his hind legs. When Humane Society rescuers found the pup, he had been dragging his non-working legs around on a cement floor, which had left him covered in open sores, callouses and suffering from muscle atrophy on his underside.
He, and other rescued animals, were sent to CareFirst Animal Hospital in North Carolina to be treated for health issues caused by neglect. That’s where he met Megan, a vet tech who helped treat the dog, patch him up and built him a wheelchair using PVC pipe and a baby stroller. Fast forward eight months and Ricky Bobby is now as active as a puppy, chasing his adoptive mom around on his new set of wheels.
Watch the video above to learn more about Ricky Bobby’s inspiring story, and then consider donating to the Humane Society of the United States to help animal rescue efforts all over America.
Submitted by HSUS.
Home Alone: The Pug Version
A beloved holiday classic, reenacted by pugs. That is all.
H/T Laughing Squid.
Grumpy Cat Battles Oscar the Grouch in Curmudgeonly Throwdown
The Internet’s biggest sourpuss may have met her match. Rare footage of Grumpy Cat doing battle with Sesame Street’s Oscar the Grouch has surfaced, and it is a hoot.
One question remains: Can the world handle this much adorable grumpiness in one video?
Cat Annihilates Paper Army in Explosive Showdown
Tensions between local paper dolls and a ginger cat have escalated to a “military conflict,” according to officials at the State Department.
"Diplomatic talks in the living room have disintegrated," said Leonard Anderson of the Office of Press Relations in a briefing. "It’s unclear at this stage which party provoked the attack, but early reports show clear evidence the cat has decimated the paper army."
A citizen journalist uploaded this footage to YouTube, but be warned: It can be graphic at times.
The State Department has made it clear the U.S. does not plan to intervene in the conflict without further investigation by UN inspectors on the ground. We will update this story we receive more information.
Submitted by Adam Cox.
Adorable Girl and Puppy Say ‘No’ to Puppy Mills
What happens when you combine the cutest little girl and the cutest dog in one video? You can watch it above.
The ASPCA launched a new campaign at NoPetStorePuppies.com, where they encourage visitors not to purchase products or animals from pet stores, many of which breed through puppy mills.
Instead, contact your local shelter. You might just rescue the newest member of your family!
Cat Duo Elevates Snuggling to an Art Form
An unnamed brother and sister cat duo from Japan have released a video that has set the snuggling world on fire. Experts are saying this might be the best snuggling demonstration in history.
"This is snuggling in its purest form," said Ramon Wilson, a snuggling expert from Fordham University. "They are showing a mastery of the craft that is beyond anything I’ve seen. This is easily the best 21 seconds of snuggles on YouTube."
The video, which has now been viewed over 9,000 times, is starting to make its way around academic circles.
"I’m already figuring out how to rearrange my syllabus so I can teach this in class," said Amy Carrozzi, who teaches advanced snuggling at Radcliffe College. "Snugglers like this come along once in a generation. If you’re lucky.”
Though attempts have been made to identify the two cats in the video, no one has yet been able to successfully track them down.