How about a page dedicated only to dogs and their cuddly friends?
Just take a look at these cuties on energy-saving mode.
We have found our new addiction these days!
Cute dogs are the (WOOF WOOF) embodiment of everything that is (WOOF WOOF) good in this world, and also a method of purging (WOOOOFF WOOOFF) the bad.
What do you get when you add an adorable little doggy and a very (abnormal) ice cube? An amazingly entertaining video of utter cuteness!
And if you were wondering where you could find even more animal videos... than look no further, Cheezburger's Youtube Channel has it covered!
You have all met Gideon, the adorable 11-year-old boy Behind the popular 'I've Pet That Dog' twitter account. With more than 366K followers, Gideon posts daily photos of dogs he met while always adding an amusing dog's bio to it.
But now, amid the coronavirus pandemic, he had to make some major changes as he won't be able to physically meet those dogs he loves so much.
A few days ago, his mother, who runs the popular page, posted a message to all his fans: "With all that is going on right now, it seems wise for us to stay home as much as possible," Gideon's mom explained. "But he is not giving up on his project", she added and asked them to send her boy photos of dogs instead.
Of course, it didn't take long before the adorable canine snapshots started pouring in and Gideon could continue posting daily. But now, instead of actually getting a chance to meet all of the canines, the boy's posts are all about the dogs he "would love to pet."
Good for you, Gideon! We will definitely continue to follow you, especially during these days.
Cadence Beavers from Arizona went viral on TikTok a few days ago after posting a heroic video of herself rushing to save her sister's dog, MJ, who run into the pool and started drowning while she was performing one of her TikTok's dances.
Well done, Cadence!
Corgis have been conquering our hearts with their foxy heads and fluffy butts but now, we have found one more reason to adore them - a Facebook group called "Disapproving Corgis". Filled with photos of corgis not afraid to express their thoughts on everything, this popular group has attracted more than 600K members so far and we can totally understand why.
Well, it doesn't really matter when one thing is clear- this little puppy from Vietnam is definitely one of the cutest things we have seen lately. The Hmong dogs look like a little kitten/ puppy hybrid with a constant derpy expression on their face. They were originally bred as hunting and guard dogs but let's admit it, this cute derpy face might not be the perfect face for the job.
Gideon is an 11-year-old boy who likes petting every dog he meets, everywhere he goes. Then, he uploads the adorable photos of him and the dogs to his dedicated Twitter page and even adds a brief bio about each and every one of them. Now, just ahead of Valentine's day, he urges us all to do the same. Honestly, what a great idea. Here are some of the good boys he has pet just before Valentine's day.
The dogs at this NYC Animal Shelter have found comfort and companionship in 10-year-old Evan B. who visits them every weekend and soothe them with his storytelling. Evan sits on a mat before the cages and reads to the abandoned dogs, who grow calmer in his presence. Story via: Buzzfeed
With their piercing eyes and special coat patterns, every Australian Shepherd is one of a kind, though almost every Aussie is driven by the same desire: to herd and to protect. As the cowboy's herding dog of choice, an Aussie is best known as a working dog, but these beautifully unique pups make wonderful family companions as well. Just look at these precious videos of Aussies doing funny things and you will fall in love. Guaranteed.
Many fur parents treat their pets just like any other member of the family. So when something as exciting as a marriage proposal is about to go down, couples know that it just wouldn't be the same if their pet wasn't there. Who could say "no" to these faces?
100 adorable sausage dogs wearing Christmas jumpers turned London's Hyde Park into the ultimate holiday cute zone and we can't think of anything cuter than that!
The Christmas Sausage Dog Walk took place in London's Hyde Park a few days ago, drawing together a pack of cute-as-can-be Dachshunds from all over the British capital and we have some photos to show you.
This year's festive event also helped raise money for The Red Foundation, a non-profit charity that provides shelter, sanctuary and medical treatment for unfortunate Dachshunds in need of help.
"How would you describe your dog? What's their personality? How soft are they? What other animals do they look like?" - This is what Stephen Shkuratoff from Canada, wanted to know. Shkuratoff is a devoted dog lover and a blind man. He is also a member of the Facebook group Dogspotting Society— a place for members of different Dogspotting groups to discuss their own dogs and get to know other group members. And boy, the descriptions were just what we needed!