It’s impawsible not to smile at Super Scooty. She’s a mixed breed handicapable pup with some very real beginnings. But don’t be fooled by the goofy grin, behind her happy demeanour is a girl who’s tough as nails.
Chester is a red fox who doesn’t let his lack of a limb slow him down. He’s got three legs, a shiny fur coat that would make Lucille Bluth jealous, and a heart of gold. Chester lost his leg while out for a walk with his human and his best friend Spike the border collie in November, 2013.
Monty might not be purr-fect but he’s definitely paw-some. He’s a cat born with a chromosomal abnormality, which causes him to be missing a bone in his nose. It makes him a little more sneezy and a lot more adorable.
Norbert, a 3lb philanthropist mixed breed mutt is one of a kind. He’s a “philosopher, intuitive healer, and fashion-forward snappy dresser”. Or at least his mom thinks so.
If you’re like us, your Instagram feed can never have too many cute animal pictures. We’ve put together a list of our favourite, sassy canines and felines who can’t seem to keep their mouths shut. Literally.
Diddy Kong and Yeti Kong are two tiny “finger monkeys” (marmosets) who are living the good life in Miami, Florida. They have over 1 million followers on Instagram, and are famous for their adorable monkeying around. Check out their first viral video below.
In 2012, Claire Stoneman picked up a great dane pup that was the runt of the litter. Little did she know, he would end up being in the Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s tallest dog at 7’6” standing upright. Tipping the scales at over 200 pounds, Freddy towers over his 5’4” human.
Loulou the pug is a SnapChat filter come to life – she puts the bae in basic. No joke, this pug is cuter than anything (and anyone) we’ve ever seen. Loulou’s Instagram was created as a byproduct of Markus Muller’s brainchild, Meet The Pugs.
Could pitbulls be the newest trendy purse-pup? Probably not, although we would love to see someone try to fit one of these pooches into a handbag. That being said, there are some celebrities who wouldn’t trade their pitties for the world, much less a wallet-sized Chihuahua.
In Tanzania this summer, a wild lioness was captured on film nursing a lone leopard cub. Lost and alone, the baby somehow found it’s way to the mother lion who nursed it back to health. This is the first documented incident of cross-species behaviour between wild cats.