One Española Island tortoise is credited with saving his species by having sex with literally everyone. The tortoise is named Diego (assumedly after the San Diego Zoo where he came from) and he’s a total stud. He started out as one of three remaining males of his species.
If ‘sexy’ isn’t the first word you would use to describe chickens, you aren’t alone. The fine art photo project Chic!ken, however, might make you reconsider. The chickens are the ultimate boujee birds, strutting their feathers in front of photographers Moreno Monti and Matteo Tranchellini.
A fishmonger cat named Dog (yes, you read that right) is blowing up the world of pet fashion. Chó is a cat owned by a fishmonger, whose name literally means ‘dog’ in Vietnamese. Chó’s owner, Lê Quốc Phong, chose his name based on the cat’s personality.
Drop the doggy Xanax. Forget about Poochi Sushi and Reiki for your cat, let’s take a stab at pet acupuncture The traditional Chinese practice has recently found its way into your pooch’s paws. Pet owners have started gravitating towards the alternative medicine in order to treat their four-legged friends’ ailments.
Cricket’s a one-eyed pony who moonlights as a night-time corgi express. This video was taken by Cricket’s mom when she came home unexpectedly one night. She busted the dog and pony during what was clearly the most epic adventure that ever took place.
Canuck the Crow has a rap sheet a mile long, causing mischief and mayhem wherever he goes. The crow is half-domesticated, half-wild, and all hilarious. From stealing active crime-scene evidence to being hired as an actual employee at the PNE the crow is an urban legend come to life.
Sloths, also known as the kingpins of the underworld. Or, at least this one is. Sort of.
The internet without cat videos is like The Beatles without John Lennon. Probably still exists, but who cares. If you’re a cat owner yourself, you can understand exactly why the internet loves cat videos.
Emotional support comes in many forms including, apparently, a peacock. A woman brought her massive emotional support peacock to the Newark airport and attempted to fly to LA with it, even going so far as to buy the bird a seat of its own. Airlines will allow emotional support animals to fly with their owners as long as they can fit comfortably in front of the passenger’s seat without obstructing the aisle.
Two bears and a 5-month old mountain lion were found with serious burns following the Thomas Fire in Southern California. Hero vet Jamie Peyton was enlisted to help develop a plan for the wild animals. She’s the Chief of the Integrative Medicine Service at UC Davis Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital, and came up with the idea that potentially saved the animals lives.