Breaking: Animals are delightfully strange.
It’s hard work bein’ cute and holding down a job. (H/T Grub Street)
Not sure if you can handle this bomb of adorable.
Prepare to be traumatised. WARNING: Some readers may find the following images disturbing.
Oh, what a surprise, your bun tipped his food bowl over again.
As the UK’s climate changes, animals are having to adapt to survive. Some of them are better at it than others.
Sometimes, cats get a bad rap. These kitties are here to prove that cats truly are the best kind of friends.
We are going to need more puppies!
The King Charles Spaniel had been living in quarantine for 21 days while his owner, Nina Pham, recovered from Ebola. Earlier this year, a dog was euthanized in Spain after his owner was diagnosed with Ebola.
In 1994, Andre was a mild hit, but the fate of the animal at its center remained decidedly unclear. This is the story of how the sea lion lead of a film “based on a true story” became a movie star, a Katrina hurricane refugee, and a Bahamian expatriate.
The submissions from this week’s Cute or Not were super cute and they had some extremely important Halloween advice. Don’t forget to submit your own pet and vote!
These pugs did not ask to be dressed up like unicorns.
Purrfect reasons to save a life today. These cats are all currently up for adoption at no-kill shelters.
Nothing in the world is more important than puppies.
Some inkspiration for that tattoo you always wanted.
Pandas watch porn and kangaroos have three vaginas!
When it comes to bugs, who’s the most badass? LADYBUGS, that’s who!
It’s impossible to look at them without SQUEEING.
They can lower your blood pressure and maybe even score you a date!
Let’s be honest, you stopped studying hours ago.
“I can show you the meowwwwwwwwwwwww.”
Revel in the serene beauty of mother nature’s greatest creations.
The submissions from this week’s Cute or Not were SUPER cute and they know pets are the best. Don’t forget to submit your own pet and vote!
These might just be too cute to handle.
Wildlife photographer Will Burrard-Lucas caught this once-a-year event in a timelapse video.