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Meet The Coolest Cat Of The Summer; Tissy, The Maine Coon Who Loves To Swim!

This Maine coon is definitely having a Hot girl Cat Summer! 

Tissy, a 5-year-old Maine Coon from Pennsylvania is fighting the stereotype that all felines hate water. Not only does Tissy love water, she goes swimming in the family pool at least once a week (supervised, of course). 

Tissy was adopted five years ago by the Herr family after she was rescued as a kitten from a busy parking lot. The Herrs didn't know at the time that tiny, flea-covered kitten would grow up to be so large and fluffy! 

Tissy's owner, Sonny told the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, "People say it's crazy, but she's just a laid-back cat that loves to swim."

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Dog Rescued After Found Swimming 135 Miles Out At Sea (9 Images)

Wow, what a crazy story! This pooch was found out at sea, 135 miles from the shore when workers on an oil rig happened to spot a dog's head swimming amongst the ripples!

Story via MSN Daily Mail

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18 Dogs Thinking About Summer and Chilling in the Pool

We all get that sense of "We took summer for granted way too much". And alas, now it is winter and all we can do is think about summer. It's the circle of seasons... 

Even these dogs are feeling like this!

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Yes, You Can Swim With Baby Elephants In Thailand

The Elephant World Sanctuary in Kanchanuburi Thailand is a legitimate sanctuary where there is no elephant riding, only bathing and swimming. Here are some photos till your next vacation. 

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Adorable puppy prepares to go swimming, and even decides to start paddling before getting into the water!

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Camera catches killer whales jumping out of the water, then the fun begins.

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Even though there has never been a report of an orca attacking a human in the wild, you definitely should NOT try this at home.