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.
Brutus, an 800-pound grizzly bear, is Casey Anderson's best friend. Casey -- a naturalist -- and Brutus have been inseparable since Brutus was a two-week-old cub. Casey saved the bear from an overpopulated wildlife park, and raised him with lot of attention, love and respect. Brutus is living in a sanctuary that Casey built so he can freely live a life which a grizzly bear is supposed to live. Being around Brutus is not dangerous because he is comfortable around people, but Casey is still not letting anybody have physical contact with Brutus but himself. He is not afraid that the bear will ever attack him because he knows and can predict his every movement.
If you've ever owned a cat, you've probably wondered what your feline friend does when you're not around. Juergen Perthold wondered the same thing, which is why he decided to use his kitty Mr. Lee in order to find out.
Using a tiny, custom-made kitty camera, Perthold was able to capture Mr. Lee's daily activities furrst-hand, and the result is "CatCam," a feline-centric documentary about life through the eyes of a cat.