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This Guy's Wife Was Tired Of The Dog Always Sleeping In Their Bed So He Build Him The Coolest Little House

What a clever and incredible solution to their problem! According to the original poster, Zook the General. & Sgt Buster, posted on Facebook, "My wife was tired of our dog sleeping in our bed at night. So I decided to build him his own house." And did he ever! The house he built for his dog Buster came with some serious luxurious items and we want to move in, too! Check out the extraordinary home he built below! 

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Chris Arsenault from Long Island transformed his home into a sanctuary for 300 cats in need. "The Happy Cat" sanctuary is set out to change the misconceptions about cat sanctuaries and inspire others to follow in his footsteps. 

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IKEA Is Teaming Up With Artists To Create Homes For Wildlife Animals Made From Recycled Furnitures

One more great idea from furniture manufacturers, IKEA: few days ago they have launched its "Wildhomes for Wildlife" project, which asks local artists to create a series of animal homes, crafted from upcycled Ikea furniture. As part of the project, tables, lamps and chairs have been transformed into plush pads for blue tits, bats and bees. "Now," Ikea says, "all of our new neighbours can enjoy an amazing home. Even our furry, feathered and flying friends." Big like from us! Via: It's Nice That

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Inside this ordinary suburban home there lives a host of hopping surprises - a troop of baby kangaroos. When a stranger pulled up at their home with an orphaned kangaroo in 2010, this couple's lives changed forever and Our Haven Wildlife Shelter was born. Theresa and Tony Matthews had always loved wildlife but after being told that the healthy orphaned joey would have to be euthanised, they realised they had to aid the helpless animal and their kangaroo sanctuary was born. 

Video Credits: Videographer / director: Alana Tompson/ Producer: Hannah Stevens, Ruby Coote/ Editor: Thom Johnson

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Women Captured Her Brave Cat Taking On a Raccoon Who Was Trying To Enter Her Home

Who needs a guard dog when cats can be just as protective? Lindsay Mills' home security CCTV footage captured her cat taking on a raccoon who unwittingly tried to enter the house through the cat door. 

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Architecture Studio Designed The "Dream Dog House" With A Green Roof

California architecture firm Studio Schicketanz have designed the "Dog Dream House", that features wood construction, a green roof, and storage for toys. The front wall of the dog house can be opened for easy cleanup, and inside there's a soft rubberized surface (similar to that found in children's playgrounds), a solar-powered fan to keep the dog cool, and a couple of little windows. A fully functional green roof can be accessed by a grassy ramp. Hidden within the ramp is a storage drawer for toys, leashes, and treats. The green roof is home to a motion-activated faucet so that the dog always has fresh water, and the runoff waters the grass. Check it out. Via: Design You Trust

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Cats Vs. Dogs: Who Does The Most Damage To Your Home? (Infographics)

Pets are the most beautiful creatures, we love them, adore them, we cannot think of our lives without them. But they can also drive us nuts, by pushing out level of patience to new heights every time. If you are pet lover, you know exactly what I am talking about. They can tear down your sofas, your sheets, your pillows to shreds. Destroy your childhood mementos. They create a mess, that you need to clean up, when you come back from work. The people e at Terrys Fabrics have created an infographic that would help us decide who does the most damage to your home. 

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If a masked intruder broke into your home, would your dog attack or run away? The people at Inside Edition put some dogs to the test to find out whether they would confront the burglar or wimp out. Interesting test we can all learn a lot from. 

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10 Incredibly Creative Home Aquariums You Will Want Right Now

Many studies have shown that watching fish going about their daily business can reduce your stress levels, lower your blood pressure and make you feel more relaxed. Aquarium can also be a beautiful addition to your home as you can see at the following unusual designs. Via: Architect And Design

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15 Pets Anxiously Waiting For You To Come Back Home

With dogs or cats in the house, returning home—from a day at work or just a trip to the mailbox—is cause for celebration, a wagging tail, the gift of a ball at your feet or even a little dance. You're home!

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Inside this ordinary suburban home there lives a host of hopping surprises - a troop of baby kangaroos. When a stranger pulled up at their home with an orphaned kangaroo in 2010, this couple's lives changed forever and the Haven Wildlife Shelter was born. Theresa and Tony Matthews had always loved wildlife but after being told that the healthy orphaned joey would have to be euthanised, they realised they had to aid the helpless animal and their kangaroo sanctuary was born. 



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A woman from Idaho shared this cute video of her unusual house pets, a coyote and goat, having fun playing with each other in the living room. 

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A daring mother and son duo have hand-raised 14 bears in their back garden. In the heart of Bearadise Ranch, Florida, Monica Welde and her son, Johnny IV, spend their days rolling around with bears that weigh up to 1,000lbs. The Welde family have looked after grizzly bears, black bears and polar bears for the last 91 years – using their license to provide for those in need of a home. But the family tradition came under threat last year when Monica's husband, Johnny III, died of a heart attack just after he turned 60. But with the help of her son, a devastated Monica has put her loss to one side so she can concentrate on continuing the family legacy and caring for their beloved pet bears. Via: Barcroft Animals