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29 Hilarious Things Our Pets Brought Us

Sometimes our pets want to give us presents! But sadly, they aren't really sure what we like nor how to get it... so they get creative and it's pretty funny!

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"Stop Meowing and Go the F*ck to Sleep" Is a Hilarious Bedtime Book For All The Desperate Cat Parents Out There

Inspired by, and in the tradition of Cortes and Mansbach's adults-only bedtime story, "Stop Meowing and Go the F*ck to Sleep" is a funny take on the frustrations of losing sleep because of a feline friend. The struggle is real. Anyone who is a cat lover knows that the cat rules the roost, and that certainly doesn't change at bedtime. You might be ready to sleep, but you can bet that kitty is ready for just about anything but some shut-eye. Release your frustrations with a good laugh as you read along with Rosa and her struggle to get her cat to Stop Meowing and Go the F*ck to Sleep! It's the perfect gift for crazy cat lovers who appreciate hilarious insights into the feline nature. You can Buy it now on Amazon.

new book for cat lovers
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People Are Sharing How Their Pets’ Names Have Evolved And it’s Funny

Over on Twitter @mooseallain got people thinking about what they called their pets vs what they REALLY call their pets. 

tweets about how my pet's name evolved
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You Can Now Walk With Your Beloved Pet's Photo On Your Shoes

For those who love their pets and Converse Chucks, Tready offers a service that is a match made in heaven. With its online tool, Tready makes it possible for consumers to send in a photo of their pet and it will put them on a pair of Converse sneakers. The custom prints are placed on genuine Converse Chuck Taylor All Stars and are available in both high-top or low-top versions. Each pair is custom-made to fit one's images and specifications. Via: Trend Hunter

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When One Hollywood Couple Decided To Adopt a Pet Lion At Home

Tippi Hedren, perhaps most famous for her role in Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds, is an actress of formidable gifts. But her role as an animal-rights activist and conservationist might well be Hedren's most lasting legacy. For decades, her Roar Foundation and the animal sanctuary, Shambala Preserve, in California have advocated for big (and not so big) cats—from lions and leopards to bobcats and servals—and she's been honored with a host of humanitarian and conservation awards through the decades.

In 1971, LIFE photographer Michael Rougier spent time with Hedren; her teenage daughter, Melanie Griffith, her then-husband, the agent and movie producer, Noel Marshall; and others at their home in California. Also in attendance: Neil, a 400-pound mature lion, who occasionally slept in the same bed as Griffith and, as these pictures attest, had the run of the house, from the kitchen to the living room to the swimming pool.

Decades and several attacks later -- one lion clawed daughter Melanie Griffith in the face during the production of the 1981 film Roar and required that Griffith undergo surgery -- Hedren admitted that having a lion live in her home alongside her children was "stupid beyond belief." 

the incredible adoption story of a pet lion
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