Size makes no difference for this odd couple. Comet the Pony and Louis the Siamese Cat go adventuring through the England countryside together. Louis, of course, takes advantage of Comet’s saddle and lets her do the legwork.
Nabi’s a feral cat who proves love knows no bounds. The stray is in a committed relationship with a disabled orange tabby. Nabi’s partner has two back legs that never fully recovered from a previous injury.
Brutus the Rottweiler pup is the best thing to come out of 2017. Besides Fiona the Queen of Summer, of course. But, even Fiona is hard-pressed to out-cute this quadruple amputee.
If you haven’t creeped Evan Antin on Instagram yet, do yourself a favor and click here. The vet is a favorite at People magazine who took on the arduous task of compiling this video. You can watch the 90-second hypnotizing clip of the charming veterinarian talking to animals below.
Bettie Bee is unlike other kittens in a big way. The tiny kitty-cat was born with two faces fused together. She’s a happy accident and, against all odds, is living happily in South Africa.
Hardy the dog had an icy surprise when he fell through a frozen river in Ashington, Northumberland. The pooch was out for a stroll with his dog walker when he became trapped in a local river. The black lab loves swimming in cold water, but didn’t realize that day that temperatures were too low.
Stella Max the Piglet can inspire holiday cheer in even the grinchiest of grinches this December. Watch her snuggle up to a space heater in this so-cute-I-want-to-die video below! Sound on.
Today in unlikely animal friendships, meet Bella and Bubbles. The duo doesn’t mind their extreme size difference. Bubbles is an African elephant and Bella’s a black Labrador, both are residents at the Myrtle Beach Safari in South Carolina.
In a shocking turn of events, the Texas Animal World & Snake Farm Zoo was surprised with a tiny, slow-moving bundle November 17, 2017. A baby Linnaeus’s two-toed sloth was born to happy parents Sylvia and Sid. The baby was a surprise for all zoo workers, who had no idea that Sylvia was pregnant.
A family in the North Pole had a Christmas miracle when their husky was rescued by a man who calls himself ‘St. Nick’. Jeff Hayes and his brother-in-law were heading home to the North Pole, Alaska when they stopped in northern BC.