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In this episode of the comedy short series, "Aaron's Animals," by Los Angeles-based VFX artist Aaron Benitez, Prince Michael, the cat, basks in the glory of finally catching the red dot.

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This 9-Year-Old Loves To Pet Dogs And Tweets Fun Reviews About It

Nine-year-old Gideon Kidd is on a quest to pet as many dogs as he can and has already petted over 300 cuddly canines. He began documenting this mission in 2016 on his blog I've Pet That Dog, but it wasn't until he joined Twitter that he became an internet hit with over 50K followers. On his page, Each dog is given a photo profile with their age, breed and quirky personality description. When asked by TheVice, Why did he start "I've Pet That Dog", Gideon answered: "Well, there's a couple of reasons. One, I LOVEEE dogs. Two, I wanted to see how many dogs I could get. And three, I wanted to show the public about all of the dogs. I wanted to show everybody all of the dogs in the world. I don't think I will ever do that, though". Check out some of his encounter descriptions with his adorable new friends below.  

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National Geographic With Heartbreaking Photos Of How Using Plastic Ruins Our World And Hurts Animals

Humans are using far too much plastic and most of us don't realize what kind of problems it is causing for the animals that live there or how it affects the entire planet. The June 2018 cover of National Geographic magazine is helping make people more aware of the problem. It talks about how much trash people on this planet produce each year and even each day and how that trash is changing our world and the animal kingdom- animals are eating plastic and getting caught up in it. Shocking images fill up the pages. Birds are wrapped in plastic bags, turtles are caught in plastic fishing nets, and fish are eating small pieces of plastic that break free from the floating masses of trash that float around in the oceans. The photos are shameful and devastating.  

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