Some animals might be easily frightened by strangers, but they have a bunch of reasons to be cautious. But when they see there is no risk, they are always happy to greet everyone, well almost everyone.
Nature can be extremely dangerous, but that's the price for its infinite beauty. Sometimes, when people are lucky enough, they can see something marvelous without any risk – and this is so rare that we should value it very much.
Doggos are energetic, always ready to play with us, run for a stick or a bouncing ball, but sometimes even the most prolific pets need some rest. And when they are sleeping they look even more adorable! It seems impossible, perhaps, but it is more than real - and the video below is good proof of it.
What does it take to make a homemade tornado? You just need four puppies and a bowl full of goodies and there you are, enjoying your own fluffy meteorological phenomenon.
Like the ancient Greek hero Theseus, this little corgi was faced with a challenge of going through an intricate maze. However, this good boy did not need a ball of thread to find his way back, because he is not only good – he is also very clever.
Our canine friends love a lot of things: they love to play fetch, to catch a ball, to run around, to swim, and many of them chew and eat everything they see. But all doggos have another weak spot - their common love for belly rubs and being scratched by their humans!
Some animals don't like baths and it is almost impossible to get them in the water, while others are not afraid to get their paws wet. And, of course, there is a completely different option, for those little creatures who love bathing, and want to get as much washing time with their human friends as possible!
Everybody remembers how romantic our canine friends can be, at least from cartoon classics like Lady and the Tramp or 101 Dalmatians. Some people might even believe it's nothing more than fantasy, but the reality proves otherwise. Doggos can be really sweet, and their love knows no boundaries - both figuratively and literally.
Sometimes even completely different creatures can understand each other perfectly, so you shouldn't be surprised when you see a big doggo and a tiny piglet hanging out together. In fact, they have a lot in common, so it is natural they become friends!
Ever wanted to go out and do something on a date rather than sitting down for a movie, food, or drinks? Recently, an adorable canine couple demonstrated just how much fun it is to participate in a competitive activity with your loved ones.
Animals and birds can do a lot of cool things people simply can't, but sometimes we all share common interests and skills - like, singing, playing, or even dancing. In fact, some of them might enjoy human music and show us some stylish moves, so we got a lot of things to learn from each other.
While cats may dislike dogs, in dire situations animals stick together and big doggos, of course, are ready to help little felines. Everybody needs a friend, and we definitely know the dogs are the most loyal and caring friends - no matter, if you are a human, a canine, or a small kitten.
If you are too tired to play with your pet, get creative: borrowing a toy from your child could be the solution.
Have you ever tried to take a family portrait? For the photograph to turn out nicely, everyone needs to cooperate and make it work, as a pet family recently demonstrated.
Cats are adorable. At the same time, you won’t envy their reputation - many perceive cats as not caring about humans. Many people confuse a sense of independence and individuality with a negative or hostile attitude towards others.
Many humans who have been trapped inside have been taking to sites like TikTok to show off their dance moves. This panda, who is also confined, is shaking his backside and looks like he might be twerking. But is the Chinese bear interested in likes and shares or does he have more practical concerns in mind?
Spending a quarantine with your family at home 24/7 has turned out to be quite tough for many people nowadays and pets can get upset more often too.
Training your pets is very important, as it instills in them the behavior desired by their owners. Sometimes, however, some of our pets just cannot resist going against commands, as the reward seems far greater than praise.
Brothers and sisters are oftentimes quick to seize an opportunity to swipe each other’s stuff. Apparently, animal siblings do so as well, as a canine duo in Canada recently demonstrated.
Cats were tamed by humans about five thousand years ago. In ancient Egypt, there was even a cat cult, sacrifices were made to them, and some Egyptian deities were depicted with the heads of these animals. Cats were considered sacred.