“If My Small Dog Was As Big As She Thinks She Is”

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Vivian the Dog Moves to Brooklyn,” is a book about a big dog moving from Albuquerque, New Mexico to Brooklyn, New York. It’s 32 pages long and will be full of beautiful photo-illustrations created by Mitch Boyer and starring Vivian, with some pretty fantastic letterings and drawings by the talented, Valerie Navarro. Continue reading »

What Your Cat Really Thinks?

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Have you ever wondered what your kitty would say if he could speak? Catsass is here to tell you. Don’t be fooled by its cute looks, this mean feline will tell you his deepest thoughts. And it hurts. Continue reading »

Little Wild Boar Thinks He’s A Cow So Moves In With German Cow Herd

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A wild boar in Germany took a fancy to a more civilized life, so he decided to befriend — and promptly move in with — a nearby herd of cows. Continue reading »

Meet Goliath, The Adorable Baby Cow Who Thinks He’s A Dog

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Meet Goliath. He’s an adorable calf who seems to have taken a bit too much after his Great Dane friend Leonidas. When Goliath was born, he was very sick and couldn’t even drink from a milk bottle. So in order to give him the care he needed to survive, Shaylee Hubbs adopted him. Continue reading »

Orphaned Raccoon Thinks She’s a Dog After Being Rescued and Raised by Family with Dogs

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Pumpkin the Raccoon may have an adorable face and a family who adores her, but things weren’t always easy for the lovable creature. When she was only a month old, Pumpkin fell out of a tree and broke her back leg. To make matters worse, the infant animal was incredibly weak and in need of medical attention. That’s when Rosie Kemp found her and waited around for the cub’s mother. After realizing that the mama raccoon wasn’t going to return, Kemp decided to adopt baby Pumpkin and to give her a chance at a happy, healthy life. Continue reading »

This Fox Thinks He’s A Dog

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After being rescued as a young fox cub, Todd the 11-month-old fox is getting along just fine as a domestic pet together with his owner, Emma D’Sylva. Continue reading »