Meow-mazing Creations: How to Make Unique Crafts Using Your Cat’s Hair
Have you ever looked at your cat and thought, “Wow, I wish I could turn your fur into a stylish scarf” or “Make cat is so damn useless, I wish I could turn him into a pair of comfy gloves”? Continue reading »
Rare Behind-The-Scenes Photos of Audrey Hepburn With Orangey the Cat in ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’ in 1961
Holly Golightly’s cat in the iconic 1961 movie Breakfast at Tiffany’s was famously described as a “poor slob without a name.” However, in real life, the cat actor who played the part of Cat was anything but. His name was Orangey, and he was a star in his own right, with a reputation as one of Hollywood’s most sought-after feline actors. Continue reading »
Cardboard Cat Forts: The Ultimate DIY Project for Feline Fun
Picture this: You’re sitting at home, surrounded by Amazon boxes that you’ve been too lazy to recycle. You’ve got some time on your hands, a cat on your lap, and you’re feeling a little bit creative. What do you do? You build a cardboard cat fort, of course! Continue reading »
Mantis Mayhem: Wildlife Photographer Gets Up Close and Personal with These Prayerful Predators
Move over lions and tigers, there’s a new predator in town and its got some serious praying skills. We’re talking about the one and only mantis – those sneaky little critters that blend in so well with their surroundings, you’d think they were invisible. But fear not my friends, because wildlife photographer Pang Way has managed to capture these elusive creatures in all their glory, and boy are they a sight to behold! Continue reading »
Animal Shelter Launches “Poorly” Drawn Pets Fundraiser to Support Animals in Need
For thousands of years, animals have been devoted companions to humans, offering us love, comfort, and emotional support. We form close bonds with them, and each animal has its own unique personality and traits that endear them to us even more. Unfortunately, not all animals have a loving home, and many end up in shelters waiting for their forever families. Continue reading »
Finally, the 2023 Pooping Dogs Calendar Is Finally Here!
Talk about a gift that keeps on giving; each month reveals yet another beautiful pooch answering nature’s call. Also important: $1 from each “Pooping Pooches 2023” calendar is donated to the Maui Humane Society to support animals in need. Continue reading »
Finally, The 2023 Pissed-Off Cats Calendar Is Here!
While some cats are only silently judging your poor life decisions, others openly show their hatred and contempt. 2023 Pissed-Off Cats Calendar lets you spend the next year looking at cats that want to murder you in your sleep. Continue reading »
So You Can Buy a Fake Tongue To Lick Your Cat
Sometimes the idea of making something extremely weird outweighs the actual usefulness of the item. Take for instance this fake tongue that you hold in your mouth and use it by fake licking your cat with each stroke of fake tongue sticking out of your mouth. Continue reading »
Underwater Photographer Spots A Majestic Pink Manta Ray So Rare
Underwater Photographer and Diver Kristian Laine spot a majestic Pink Manta Ray that is so rare, first he thinks his camera is broken. Kristian Laine is an Australian freediver and underwater photographer and one day, he decided to go for shooting at Lady Elliot Island on the Great Barrier Reef. Continue reading »
“Fat Bear Week” Contest Finds The Alaska’s Bulkiest Bear of 2022
“Fat Bear Week” is a weeklong, bracket-style elimination contest that pits the bulkiest bears of Katmai National Park against one another. At this time of the year bears are embracing their ursine urge to eat like there’s no tomorrow and fortify themselves for winter hibernation. Continue reading »
Finally, 2023 Cats On Catnip Calendar Is Here!
It’s like every day is “4/20” in this celebration of cats who’ve gotten into the good stuff. Based on photographer Andrew Marttila’s hilarious book and Instagram account, Cats on Catnip features a year of kitties living high and loving it. Continue reading »
The Magdeburg Unicorn: The Worst Fossil Reconstruction Ever
This ridiculous picture can’t help but make you laugh. In 1663, the partial fossilised skeleton of a woolly rhinoceros was discovered in Germany… which ultimately led to the creature you see below. This is the “Magdeburg Unicorn”, the worst fossil reconstruction in human history.
Prussian scientist Otto von Geuricke is the man behind this ridiculous display of bones. In 1663, he found some bone remains of a woolly rhinoceros, a now-extinct species that once roamed over much of northern Eurasia, until the end of the last Ice Age. Continue reading »
Budgett’s Frog Looks Like Someone Tried To Draw Normal Frog From Memory
Budgett’s frog looks so weird that it has acquired a number of popular nicknames, including hippo frog and Freddy Krueger frog. They have a large head that makes up to 1/3 of the body, with notably extremely large mouth, and short, stubby limbs. Continue reading »
1986 Calendar Featuring Morris the Cat, the World’s Most Finicky Cat
Long before internet memes, there was Morris the Cat, the advertising mascot for 9Lives brand cat food, appearing on its packaging and in many of its television commercials since the 1970s. This particular appearance was on a 1986 calendar titled “Morris, A Cat For Our Times” that featured several pieces of technology. Continue reading »
Plufl – The World’s First Dog Bed For Humans
Inspired by the comfort of the classic dog bed, a couple of obviously extremely bored university students designed Plufl, the world’s first dog bed for humans. Continue reading »
Scary but Touching Photos of Ukrainians with Their Pets Hiding from Russian Bombs in The Kyev Subway
War is scary. In war, not only people are victims, but also their pets. And no one can protect them except people. Continue reading »
Pet Owner Photoshops Hery Dogs Into Classic Album Covers
“Got To Be Tough” By Toots And The Maytals Ft. Bulu
According to Sara Rosen: “I don’t know what to get my husband for his birthday. He just doesn’t want stuff, doesn’t need stuff, doesn’t really like stuff. But there are a couple of things he does like: our two adorable, stupid, wonderful, demanding, old pooches…and music. So obviously I photoshopped the two doggos into some classic album covers, turned it into a calendar, and gave him that…” Continue reading »
Rare and Charming Photos of A Leopard Couple Playing Love Games in A ‘Land of The Leopard’ National Park
Land of the Leopard National Park is a national park in Primorsky Krai in the Russian Far East, covering an area of 2,799 km2 (1,081 sq mi) west of Razdolnaya River. It was established to protect the Amur leopard which was at the time the world’s rarest cat with an estimated population of 30 individuals.
According to the Park Administration: “Old-timer leopard Valera married a young female! At the advanced age of 13, a big cat arranged a date – a camera trap captured the meeting of the rarest leopards in the world and the mating process. Amur leopards, Land of the Leopard National Park, Russian Far East. There are only 110 of them.” Continue reading »
Photographer Continues to Capture Hiding Cats in Venice
According to Marianna Zampieri: “My name is Marianna and I am a photographer from Italy. I am passionate about taking cat photos! I am working on a photographic series named “Cats in Venice” since 2017, trying to photograph and tell something about each cat I can find in Venice, Italy. Continue reading »
This Guy Makes 3D Printed Helmets For His Cat
Thanks to 3D printers going mainstream, more and more awesome things are popping up around the internet. We already featured T-Rex arms for chickens, now it’s time to meet Rémy Vicarini who likes to make tiny helmets for his cat. Continue reading »
Japanese Photographer Captures A Shy-At-First Baby Meerkat And Its Family
Here in this post, you can see a shy-at-first baby Meerkat and its family captured by a Japanese photographer. Japanese photographer @mamekoro51 has probably the most pleasant hobby one could imagine – taking photos of baby animals of various types. Continue reading »
Pigasso: This Pig Enjoys Painting And Has Become The World’s First Pig Artist
Joane Lefson rescued a one-month-old piglet from a slaughterhouse and soon realized that the animal was special. According to Joane, of his own free will, the little pig started painting canvases in a sanctuary located in South Africa. Continue reading »
Did You Know There’s an Annual Duck Fashion Show In Australia?
Forget about New York Fashion Week or the Paris runway. In Sydney, Australia, well-dressed ducks steal the scene at the annual “Pied Piper Duck Show”, an event that’s part of Sydney’s Royal Easter Show for more than 30 years. Continue reading »
Stunning Photos of A Black Panther Playing in The Snowy Woods of Siberia Shared by Owner
Luna the panther was rescued from a travelling zoo when its mother refused to feed the cub. The black panther was born in captivity as the travelling zoo that had her mother was moving across Siberia. Continue reading »
Finally, The 2022 Cats On Catnip Calendar Is Here!
Forget dignified and aloof: These cats are goofy, spaced-out, and probably suffering from the munchies. There’s Tim, a Persian with eyes like orange saucers. Poseidon, a tiger who’s decided to bed down in his stash. And Haroun, who seems to have lost track of which way’s up. Each adorable full-color photograph is expressive and richly detailed. Continue reading »
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