Meg is your average, adorable yellow labrador retriever. She goes about her days playing in the yard, but on one special afternoon, she came across a tiny new playmate. Thankfully, Meg’s dad, David Jackson, was nearby and filmed the incredible meeting.
This video of an elderly couple dancing up a storm while on vacation reminds us all of what it means to be young at heart.
The adorable Texan couple named Burt and Carol were vacationing when they entered a restaurant in the Inverary Resort in Nova Scotia, Canada. When they walked in, they asked musician Keith Mullins if there was any way they could just order water. What they really wanted to do was dance.
At Maplewood Bengals in New York, they raise Bengal kittens — and they’re insanely cute. These exotic cats are adorable on their own, but this particular kitty’s new best friend really ups the precious ante.
These two love playing together, and even though the puppy looks a little bit sleepy in the video below, it’s clear that this dynamic duo is prepping for a lifelong friendship.
It’s a shame that all BFFs can’t be this cute! I have a feeling that these two never fight like cats and dogs.
Unless you’re Doctor Dolittle, it’s almost impossible to know what your dog is thinking.
It’s 2016 and we still haven’t created a device to translate what our favorite pooches have to say. No matter how hard we try to decode what our furry friends are trying to communicate, there’s just no way of knowing for sure.
What I do know is that in their failed attempts at communications, dogs can make some pretty hilarious sounds. Whether it’s a bark, yelp, yell, squeal, or growl, you can guarantee that it’s going to be the cutest, most adorable thing you’ve heard all day. So for all my dog lovers out there in cyberspace, here’s a compilation of the 20 best doggy dialogues I’ve ever heard.
1. It sounds like he’s saying, “up, up, up.”
2. This chatterbox even talks in his sleep.
3. Is this pooch gargling mouthwash while he barks?
4. Is this a dog or a chew toy?
5. I think this pup might have swallowed a canary.
When Southampton, England, resident Sarah Mills walked outside to take out the trash, she heard something that sounded like crying coming from an abandoned suitcase nearby. There were no identification tags, so she opened it to investigate the source of the sound and was shocked at what she discovered: 15 adorable black kittens.
Mills, who happens to run an animal shelter named All Animal Rescue, said she had never seen this many precious pets discarded and at such a young age. The kittens are about a month old and likely from two separate litters.
They were all covered with fleas and infected with worms.
It’s remarkable that they were found by someone who could give them the care they desperately needed. It’s unbelievable that there are people in the world that are cruel enough to abuse such sweet and innocent creatures. Help your local shelters by locating them and giving a donation. Or, you can volunteer.
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English illustrator Chloe Giordano uses several different mediums to express her creativity. Perhaps the most impressive are these delightfully intricate embroideries depicting adorable animals which are so detailed you won’t believe it was all done with a needle and thread.
Each of her tiny deer, mice and rabbits look like they could jump off the fabric and come to life — teeny, tiny life.
While planning a wedding, there are many important decisions to make and roles to fill. When it comes to flower girl, the honor typically goes to an adorable young girl who can toddle her way down the aisle with the basket. This can often lead to hilarious family stories when she dumps them all out at once, gets stage fright or maybe delicately places each petal on the ground as she makes her way down.
But none of those are the reason people can’t stop talking about Michigan-native Laura VanPelt’s heartwarming ceremony. Instead of a precocious youngster, she chose to have her grandma fill the flower girl’s shoes.
At 94 years-old, Helen Kavanagh thought her granddaughter was joking when she asked her to do the honors, but couldn’t be more thrilled to take on the role when she realized she meant it. Decked out in a delightful dress they chose together, Helen followed the wedding party and performed her duties beautifully.
When discussing it with her local newspaper, she says that sometimes people don’t believe her when she tells them about her granddaughter’s special day. That doesn’t matter to their family and friends, though, who will always have the sweet memory to cherish.
Along with the flower fun, Helen is quite the baker and provided 200 truffles and pans of other delicious desserts for the guests to enjoy.
Feast your eyes upon these baby bears…enjoying a feast.
Shared by the Northern Lights Wildlife Society on Facebook, this video shows a group of black bear cubs relaxing and enjoying some tasty apples…and they aren’t the only relaxed ones. I never knew watching furry animals chomping down on treats could be so therapeutic.
The adorable short clip was posted by the animal orphanage to thank donors who have donated money or food to build a new bear enclosure.
Northern Lights is taking care of these orphaned cuties until they’re ready to be released back into the wild. In the 26 years since their foundation, the organization has helped rehabilitate more than 370 bears. These apple-snacking cubs (most of whom were orphaned due to vehicle collisions) will be released back into the wild in June of next year to sync with the timing they would naturally leave their mothers.
Bears are already cute, but what this one in Laos was doing takes the cake.
While a man was visiting the small Southeast Asian country of Laos, a trip to the local zoo turned into something incredible. When he showed up at the sun bear pen, he noticed one of the inhabitants was doing something a little odd…
Although this is adorable, it could be a sign of past abuse.
It’s possible this bear was rescued from a bile farm.
A bile farm is a facility that keeps bears captive in “crush cages” to harvest their bile, a digestive fluid produced by the liver and stored in the gallbladder. It’s used in Chinese medicine, but life on such a farm is terrible for any creature.
There’s no information on the background of this bear, but hopefully his bipedal walking is just a quirk and not a sign of a lifetime of abuse. At least he can get out and enjoy the sun now!
I’m sure Australia is a lovely country to visit. Any place that can create both Simon Baker and the Hemsworth brothers clearly has something good going for it. But I would be lying if I said the thought of venturing across the globe to see it myself wasn’t a tad terrifying. I mean, have you seen how huge their spiders can get? Nope, no thank you.
Despite all the scary things filling up the Outback, they do also have some seriously cute animal friends wandering around who surprisingly don’t want to kill you! I think, anyway. How could faces this sweet ever be evil?