Having time to oneself, letting everything go and just relaxing is very important for one's mental health and well-being in general. Our pets know that too and some excel at it, like this little puppy.
Canines love active games when they are allowed to run back and forth like crazy, but for humans, it might be a little too much, so doggos have to search for other playmates. But who will be able to keep up with them? Cats don't like pooches, horses are too big, birds prefer flying - not running... But, luckily, there are bunnies to the rescue!
Echidnas, sometimes known as spiny anteaters, are monotremes, egg-laying mammals just like the platypus who live in Australia and New Guinea.
While the pandemic has made people stay at home, there are still those spending quality time with their friends, sipping beer in the backyard and relaxing. What about social distancing then? Well, as turns it out there are a lot of ways to have a good time without breaking the rules.
Canines love walking with their human friends above all other things - and hate it when people say it's time to go home. They start protesting, as they want to walk even more and more - but humans are ruthless and poor doggos have to return home. Well, at least there are toys and tasty treats there.
Animals can be a major issue when they appear among crowds of people and in transport hubs, but usually it is more of a problem for wild creatures, not for humans. But the animals continue to come around, so maybe they just want to befriend us after all.
Sometimes we want to know what people are talking about, and our pets are curious as well, despite the fact they – presumably – can't understand a single word.
Even the most vivid and silly canines need some time to relax after lunch - just to get some energy and proceed with playing and running around. But what do they need in order to have a good nap? Well, a comfy bed would be nice, but doggos are very much like children - they grow too fast, so they need more than one bed sometimes.
Our canine friends can be very affectionate and silly, yet some of them are serious, grumpy, and prefer some privacy, and hate when people or other dogs annoy them with some love and smooches.
Nowadays, everyone needs to observe social distancing and this has caused a major problem for public transport. Luckily, you can call a taxi and travel without creating a crowd – but what if you are an alpaca? Is there a cab that will let you in to go to work or on a family vacation?
It is very likely that we will all look as happy as these two marvelous dogs as soon as, after the pandemic is over, we are officially allowed to have a walk in a park and meet our friends in cafes.
The Alaskan malamute is a large sled dog that thrives in sub-zero temperatures. Naturally, these beautiful creatures love snow and ice - except for one, it seems.
Who are your neighbours? Do you know them? Are you getting on well with them?
We all have become accustomed to seeing videos with unusual animal friendship: dogs living side by side with horses, cats taking care of ducklings...But this video will probably make you feel surprised.
Who do you want to see when you wake up? Your loved one? Your family? Or maybe nobody?
Everyone has a friend they care about and want to protect. Animals seem to feel the same way, as a caring canine recently demonstrated towards its compatriot.
At a certain age, a child is no longer interested in clinging to their mother and starts looking for friends.
When you are spending time with friends and you feel that you are at a different level energetically this may be a problem.
Sugar-free diets are so popular nowadays. They say, one has to abstain from sugar (or any other 'bad' food product) for 21 days to get accustomed to a new, healthier life.
Taking time for self-care and relaxation is important, and many of us enjoy doing just that. Some animals also relish in recreation, as a chill canine recently demonstrated.