Oh, be still my heart! The love between these two is just so sweet!
Meet one of the most affectionate cats, Archie, and his equally loving dad!
You can follow the adorable and loving duo on Instagram.
Artist Andoni Bastarrika creates some pretty spectacular animal sculptures completely made of sand!
He began his artistic journey in the summer of 2010, while being on the beach with his two daughters. He made a little mermaid out of sand and has since devoted himself to the art of sand sculpturing. He's spent 10 years developing this gift and the work shared from him just goes to show how talented he is and how far he's come.
Some of his pieces are very thought-provoking and making a statement about plastic use and sea life dying due to it. Follow his Instagram account to see all the latest updates and new sculptures!
These wildlife bridges are just a brilliant innovation and we would love to see more and more of them pop up around the globe!
So many poor animals are killed every year due to being struck by a moving vehicle, it's actually a global crisis. Did you know that more animals are killed every day by motor vehicles than all the deaths of poaching, deforestation, or pollution?
It's the heartbreaking truth and some people out there are working hard to fix that problem. it's so uplifting to see that small (yet mighty) changes are occurring.
These wildlife bridges are saving countless lives.
We'll never get tired of this wholesome duo!
If you're not following Pet_Foolery on Instagram yet, you're missing out! There isn't just "Pixie and Brutus" comics, there are so many different animal comics going on and they're all truly fantastic! Take a moment to check them out!
And now, onto the main event, the new "Pixie and Brutus" comic:
In 2018, The Boronia Veterinary Clinic in Australia announced on Facebook about a very rare and special guest at their clinic- a rescued brushtail possum with an incredible orange-yellow coat, often referred to as "Golden possums".
The real-life Pikachu was sadly found lying on the ground by a concerned rescuer when he was just five months old, after falling from her mom's back. After spending a night at Boronia Veterinary Clinic, she was placed with a wildlife carer.
Brushtail possums are usually a grayish color, but little Pikachu has a genetic mutation that means she lacks melanin.
Turns out, those unusual colors may look beautiful to us but are actually posing a significant danger to the animal in the wild: "One of the issues with unusual colors, particularly if they are pale, is that this is a nocturnal animal and if they are pale, they are obvious to predators like an owl," Dr. Kath Handasyde from Melbourne University's School of Biosciences told Business Insider.
But this adorable possum is not the only one in Australia. There are more little pockets of them around Melbourne, but their location is kept secret by the volunteers in order to keep them safe.
Story via: Business Insider
Wow! This is incredible!
This is something we see from parrots all the time, but a raven? We've never seen a talking raven before.... and we're a mix of pure amazement and curiosity. Ravens are famously very smart creatures and this just takes it to another level.
According to the YouTube description, Fable talking isn't something new, "Most evenings, once the yard goes quiet, Fable likes to sit and chat to herself. It's her own quiet time to try out her words, play around with the intonation, and try new sounds out. I really struggle to film her doing this as I can't leave a camera in the aviary or she will destroy it, and if I make it too obvious she will get suspicious and not chat. So I had a bit of a play with the camera and set it up where I know she prefers to sit, but out of reach! The video is hit and miss as she can go where she likes, but you can hear the audio clear as a bell."
Fable really is adorable, she's talking to herself the way a human child would.
A word of caution: In case you're easily offended, you probably shouldn't scroll down.
Here are some of the best examples in the book.
Ready to smile? Each week we are featuring the newly adopted pets of the week! Is there a lovelier sight than an animal being adopted?! We wholeheartedly thank those who have adopted, providing animals with a loving, comfortable, and warm home. There's literally nothing better.
For those of you who are thinking about getting a pet, just remember; adopt, don't shop.
If you recently adopted a pet, shoot us an email to be featured in next weeks list!
Congratulations to the mother, 20-year-old Whisper!
The adorable calf was born May 17th, weighing 174 pounds and measured out to be 5 feet and 4 inches long!
After a long labor, both mother and baby are resting and bonding. The Georgia Aquarium, in Atlanta, is said to be keeping a close watch on the lovely pair.
Unfortunately, the aquarium still remains closed due tot he virus but we're very excited for them and already in love with their newest addition to their beluga family!
When Rev. Dr. Robert Willis, Dean of Canterbury Cathedral, started live recording his routine morning prayer at the outdoor garden, Leo the cat just "Walked into him".
Even though the Anglican priest handled it like a pro and continued with the speech, Leo completely stole the show.
Recognizing the comedy in the situation, Canterbury Cathedral shared the funny moment on its official Twitter account and the comments started to pour in.