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Pets Showing Love In Strange But Wholesome Ways

There have been times before where we've been asked, by people who don't have pets: "how do you know that they love you back and don't only love the food you give them?" And in our hearts, the answer is obvious - we can feel it. In every interaction, strange and unique as it may be - we feel the love that our pets have for us

Today, we're bringing you some proof. Our animal-loving ICanHasCheezburger Facebook users shared with us strange ways in which their pets show them they love them, and they were all so hilariously adorable, we simply had to share them with the rest of you guys. If you love your pet and treat it right, it will show you love back. 

If your pet has some weird ways of showing love too, come tell us about it in our Facebook community: ICanHas Storytime

Facebook comments talking about weird ways in which pets show their humans they love them thumbnail includes a picture of a cat and a dog lying on their backs next to each other 'Felidae - Kimberly Ortman My dog Kelsey taught my cat Henry how to ask for belly rubs. Kelsey passed away in April. When i feel sad Henry gives me his belly. OBD 104 Like · Reply Message 20h'
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Users Share Their Cat's Favorite And Most Ridiculous 'Toys'

If you have a cat, then you know that no matter how much money you spend on them, they will always find the cheapest, most ridiculous "toys" to play with. From crumpled up pieces of paper to uncooked pasta. Honestly, it's their fault that you keep spending so much money buying them cool things, they never asked for it lol. 

Our awesome cat owner users definitely know the struggle, trying to pamper their kitties by getting them the most expensive things only to then have them go crazy over their hair tie. It's inevitable. And hilarious. So we thought you should enjoy laughing at this too. 

Have a great weekend, and come share your cats' weird quirks in our Facebook community: ICanHas Storytime.

Facebook comments about cats' favorite 'toys' that aren't really cat toys thumbnail includes two Facebook comments 'Hair - Sara Pechtel Borka One of mine loves beads. She steals them from my daughter's room, caries them to the top of the stairs, and drops them down. Repeatedly! Like · Reply Message 1d Edited' 'Rectangle - Nancy Dillon A hard strand of uncooked spaghetti. He battles it into tiny pieces e 15 Like Reply Message 1d'
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Silly But Heartwarming Stories Of Cats Acting Compassionate

Whoever said that cats are not compassionate clearly doesn't know what they're talking about. Cats are incredibly compassionate, they just do it in a different way than what you are perhaps used to. 

Our amazing, animal-loving users on Facebook shared their stories about things that their cats do or ways in which they behave that are clearly loving and caring, and we thought it was only right to share these stories with you, so that you can see just how amazing cats are. These stories are insanely heartwarming but also somewhat silly at the same time. Because no matter how loving cats are, they are silly little furballs at heart. 

If you have your own heartwarming but stilly pet story to share, come talk to us on our Facebook group: ICanHas Storytime.

Facebook posts about cats being compassionate thumbnail includes one Facebook comment 'Font - Julie Pieper I had a long haired guy who had a lot of hair balls, no matter how often we brushed him. Any time I threw up, he was right there, paw on my leg, in hilarious sympathy and solidarity (I always tried to soothe him when he barfed). I swear if he could have, he'd have held my hair back for me. 54 Like · Reply · Message 1d'
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Bird Helps Hedgehog Cross The Road (Video + Comments)

Wow! Talk about encouragement! 

At first glance, it definitely seems like this magpie is nudging a hedgehog to quickly cross the dangerous road. 

And if you look at it that way, it's rather beautiful. Animals helping other animals...and while, it does happen sometimes in nature, it's probable (as many comments below have stated) that the magpie is just pecking and eating fleas off the hedgehog. It does make a lot more sense but what's so wrong about seeing it the other way? Truth is, we don't quite know if the bird was intentionally helping the hedgehog to safety or not. 

But we choose to believe he was because that's the kind of world we'd like to live in today. One full of hope and love. 

CeciArmy was the one to capture the moment that has since gone viral with over 14 million views and 120k comments. The caption for this video reads, "I just saw a bird explaining to a hedgehog, to cross it so it doesn't die. My day is complete."

birds hedgehog magpie street | interesting video footage of a crow raven pecking a hedgehog on a road every time it balls up as if to push it out of harms way
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