Animal Videos: Cat Immersion Therapy at Seattle Children's Hospital

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OMIGOSH! What an amazing thing to do for a little girl! This made my day :) From Seattle Children's Hospital:

Maga is a cat-loving teen patient with cancer at Seattle Children's Hospital. She's had to be in the hospital many times, and during her stays what she misses most is her own cat Merry. We asked our Facebook fans to share their favorite cat photos with us, and got an awesome response -- 3,000+ photos! We used these pictures to create this "cat immersion" for Maga -- an audio/visual experience to bring thousands of "virtual" cats to Maga's room.

Our thoughts are with you, Maga!

Cats Just Want to Have Fun

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Cats Just Want to Have Fun
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Tati Ferrigno is an up-and-coming star in the art world, and she also has an unabashed love for cats! When you're done meowveling at her amazing work here, feel free to check out some of her feline-unrelated art on her website!

Animal Videos: Did You Get My Dog Out?

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Editor's Note: This video contains some potentially disturbing footage of unconscious dogs being carried out of a burning building. We guarantee a happy ending.

CAT-AT: Finally, an AT-AT Walker for Kitties!

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CAT-AT: Finally, an AT-AT Walker for Kitties!
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Who's the luckiest kitteh in the world? The one who gets his very own AT-AT-shaped cat condo! You can see photos from the construction phase of the project here. While you browse, it might be fun to imagine how happy (or, most likely, indifferent) your kitty would be upon receiving such an amazingly epic new home.

Like a Boss: Roosevelt, the Two-Wheeled Dog

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Like a Boss: Roosevelt, the Two-Wheeled Dog
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Meet Roosevelt, a Border Collie whose two front legs are deformed. But Roosevelt's disability isn't stopping him from enjoying life! His owner, Stephanie Fox, had a special wheelchair created just for Roosevelt, and now this special dog can run and herd as he was meant to do.

The only difference between Roosevelt and other dogs is that instead of a collar I snap on his wheels to take him out. … People think he should have been put down because they think he's suffering," she said. "But he wakes up happy every day. If you had a child with a disability you'd try to enrich them, give them opportunities. So why not do the same with a dog?"