Animal of the Day: Kangaroo Goes for Swim in Family’s Pool

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A family in Adelaide, Australia recently woke up to this guy taking a dip in their pool with the dogs.

After its leisurely swim, they helped the kangaroo out using a broom.

It then chilled out on their patio for a bit before hopping off, because – hey – it's like 80 degrees there right now.

Documentary of the Day: Dogs Riding in Sidecars with Bikers

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Everyone knows dogs love to stick their furry faces out car windows, letting their slobbery tongues and ears flap freely on the open road.

But did you know they also love motorcycles?

A new film called "Sit Stay Ride," from husband-wife filmmakers Eric and Geneva Ristau, tells the story of 18 bikers and their 15 badass canine copilots.

The documentary was funded in large part through a Kickstarter campaign, and it is now available on DVD and Vimeo on Demand, with a portion of the proceeds going to the American Humane Society and other animal charities.

Mystery of the Day: What’s the Deal with this Green Cat in Bulgaria?

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An emerald green cat that has been lurking around the Black Sea resort of Varna, Bulgaria has people both confused and enraged.

Is it photoshopped? An act of animal cruelty by local hooligans? An alien life form?

According to the latest reports, none of the above.

It was recently discovered that the cat has been sleeping in an abandoned heap of synthetic green paint, and each day the color is getting darker.

Great - now will someone in Bulgaria please adopt this poor creature before it has to spend another night in that pile of ooze?

German Shepherd Hates Mr. Trololo

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His howls are saying "for the love of god please stop."

Maximus the German Shepherd does not like the sound of that creepy Russian trololo song, nor does he enjoy it when his owner sings it in the bathroom.

We feel for you Maximus.

Puurfect LIttle Baby Bats Rolled Up Like Burritos!

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Never before have little flying demons looked so cute.

After losing their mother in the extreme heat event in Australia, these baby bats were rescued and taken in by the Australian Bat Clinic for rehabilitation.


Part of their care involves swaddling them in tiny blankets and giving them tiny pacifiers until they are old enough to go back out into the wild.

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