The bad news: 2020 is not over yet.
The good news: We've already been through half of it and boy, what a hectic year it was (so far).
Luckily for us, we have our furry friends to reach out their paws whenever we need it.
Redditor u/Jthundercleese was having a fun day at the park with his beloved dog when he noticed a peculiar behavior that showed him his innocent-looking friend is actually a trickster in disguise.
The confused owner turned to the internet in order to find out whether his beloved puppo just lied to another dog...
He knew that the conclusion might change the way he looks at his doggo forever.
Looking for some mental stimulation?
We have some profound thoughts for your wandering mind which are like way, way deep. And making these thoughts even better, to have them all be about animals of course.
We believe it's those simple thoughts that turn into shower thoughts which is what we describe as "thoughts everyone has, but there is no explanation for..." or if there is an actual explanation but we just want to ponder a bit before we actually know why...
Doggos are quirky sometimes. We all know it and love them for that.
Well, the internet let him know everything he needed to know about that thing called "Doggos pooping weird", by sending him some very relatable photos.
28-years-old model, Emily Ratajkowski, and her husband are the loving owners of Colombo, the cutest good boy.
They have all spent their quarantine days with their close friends, Josh Ostrovsky, founder of the Fat Jewish meme account, his wife, Caitlin King, and their dog, Happy.
On Saturday, Emily decided to hosts a special wedding ceremony for Colombo and happy - 'quarantined together so why not marry our children".
Ratajkowski shared plenty of behind-the-scenes footage on Instagram from the ceremony, including individual images of Colombo and Happy posing while wearing dog cones as the "the groom" and "the bride", respectively.
Congrats, Colombo and Happy!
In days when we all spend so much time with our pets, it is only logical you will learn new things about their habits.
That's exactly what happened to some dog owners who discovered a very specific and quite bizarre habit of their pups.
It all started when Saturday Night Live Weekend Update writer, Peter Schultz, shared a video of his dog howling to the famous theme song of "Low & Order".
Turns out, this cute thread motivated pups everywhere to start howling too and showing their humans that there are certain music cues that really get them going.
The game of bones is back!
You probably all remember the two adorable labrador athletes who met earlier in the lockdown-season for an iconic food-bowl race which went viral by their bored owner, sports broadcaster, @MrAndrewCotter.
Now they're back for the final round of this world series, a thrilling and strategic championship when Mabel, the underdog dog, surprisingly claims the victory: "Into the final minute and Olive in possession, but this is where Mabel is strong, chasing the game..."