Because pets are the best and deserve the best, this is a video from The Dodo detailing an Australian dog dad who cut two pairs of eye and snout holes in his home’s fence so dogs Billie and Seymour (aka the peekaboopuppies) can greet their mom as soon as she
This is a video of otters Hana and Kotaro reacting to popcorn being made in a hot-air popper. At first they’re curious, then they’re a bit scared of it (one keeps running upstairs then diving under the sofa), but in the end they aren’t even into the popcorn that was
This is a video of nature lover and wildlife rehabilitator Robert Fuller of Yorkshire, UK documenting the process of rescuing Whisper, a helpless baby stoat that was abandoned by her mother, and rehabilitating her for rerelease into the wild. Along the way Robert rescues another baby stoat, Stuart, so the
This is a video of Youtuber Maya interviewing a variety of different animals with a tiny functional microphone. All the animals she interviews live at a rehabilitation center and are unreleasable into the wild as the result of a permanent injury or handicap that would make survival improbably. Thankfully, they’re
Happy holidays! I hope you all got the lotto scratch-offs I sent. Just kidding, I scratched them all and we lost hard. I’ll be around this holiday weekend posting casually and pretending my Playstation 3 is a Playstation 5. I hope you all have as much fun this holiday as
In precious angel news, this is a short video of a dog watching two dart players on television, and running to fetch what they’ve thrown. Unfortunately for the dog, there isn’t actually anything to fetch, and he returns empty-mouthed, ready to pay even closer attention to the next throw. That
This is a video of Scotty recognizing his deceased brother in a memorial painting that was hung on the wall of his home. In their caretaker’s own words while whoever’s working the lunch shift at the drive-thru window at Wendy’s wonders why my eyes are so bloodshot: This is my
These are a few photographs from a shop in Japan where the owner had glass panels installed in the ceiling so the shop’s resident cats can watch shoppers, and vice-versa. A great idea, but are we sure the rest of those drop panels can support the weight of those cats?