These are several videos of an absolutely adorable three-ringed armadillo at Green Bay, Wisconsin’s NEW Zoo & Adventure Park named Rollie rolling up with some ball pit balls and other toys and popping them out like one of those ball popper push toys. I had no idea armadillos grabbed things
This is a video highlighting beautiful Midas, a cat born in Ankara, Turkey with a recessive gene that causes a quartet of ears. Don’t worry though, the ears don’t affect her in any way besides making her internet famous. Per her caretaker Canis Dosemeci: “Our Midas is very playful cat.
This is a video of Massachusetts native Vinny the Rottweiler refusing to get out of the car, despite his owner’s Boston-accented insistence, making him just as stubborn as every Vinny I’ve ever known. In his owner’s own words: “Vinny loves to go for car rides. He sits like a human!
This is a video highlighting the two different types of dog in the world: the one that waits patiently for the kiddie pool to be filled with water, and the other lunatic who darts around like a speed demon repeatedly launching itself through the stream of hose water. Personally, I
Designer Chad Lalande 3-D printed this head safety hoop for his 18-year old blind Pomeranian Sienna to prevent her from running into door frames and walls when she feels like romping around. That is sweet. Some more info from Chad while I activate my at-home dog treat dispenser. “You mean
This is a video of two waddles of Rockhopper penguins meeting in the Falkland Islands, sharing a few choice words, then continuing on their own ways when one penguin gets mixed up with the other group and starts to leave with them. Thankfully, another member of his crew realizes they
Ferrets: they’re right up there with raccoons when it comes to troublemaking. Case in point: this ferret who decided to weasel his way into a beanbag chair and spill the balls everywhere and get himself covered with them as a result of static electricity. Some more info while I rub
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