One question by @BiggenSnow started the cutest thread on twitter - using only photos, people shared who (or what) their beloved pets are named after.
These will fill you up!
Much is known about the ability of dogs to communicate with humans, but researchers in Japan decided to investigate how well domestic cats could discriminate between different human words. The study claims to be "the first experimental evidence showing cats' ability to understand human verbal utterances".
A London-based business has named an amphibian with limited eyesight and a capability to burrow its head underground as Dermophis donaldtrumpi. The namesake shares several characteristics such as its ability to see "the world in black and white" with the US president, according to the company EnviroBuild. You can only imagine how the people of twitter reacted.
Over on Twitter @mooseallain got people thinking about what they called their pets vs what they REALLY call their pets. These poor pets had no idea what they were getting into when they came home to their forever homes, and they might have thought twice if they knew what the names they would get would be. At least some of the names are pretty original, though some seem to repeat themselves.... How many people can call their dog or cat boo or booboo until its just too. much. But no matter how creative these pet owners were with their companions' names, it pales in comparison to these unfortunate names for people that definitely has some malice behind it.