Great Dane Puppy Tries to Flip Frisbee

Posted March 26th, 2015 by admin

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This puppy is trying its hardest to turn over a Frisbee, but the Frisbee is definitely winning. Better luck next time, pup!

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Last month, we suggested that Sauerkraut could be the heir to Grumpy Cat’s throne when it comes kitties with permanent looks of disapproval on their faces. Well, now it looks like another contender has stepped up. This one’s named Pompous Albert, and he’s coming through with a serious case of what is colloquially known as resting bitch face. Here’s what you need to know.

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Albert is a Selkirk Rex, which accounts for his super-plush furball look. And yes, he does indeed resemble a bad-tempered cartoon lamb at times.


Despite we humans deciding that he's giving off some serious resting bitch face vibes, Albert himself prefers to call his intense look a permascowl.


He's named Albert in honor of the inventor Albert Einstein (although the extent of the cat's own innovations has yet to be established).


Albert does not see the humor in trivial things. As he says about these plush mice, "These toys are an insult to my intellect."


Like most modern cats, Albert has a strong desire to disrupt any and all important attempts at human typing.


He's also fond of hopping in desk drawers.


Despite his burgeoning Internet fame, Albert appears to enjoy lounging in a wonderfully ramshackle cardboard abode.


As befits a cat with a no-nonsense-at-all glare, Albert will mess with your trash if the mood takes him. Always proceed with caution.

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Pet Skunk Has a Blast During Playtime

Posted March 25th, 2015 by admin

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Whoever said that skunks aren’t fun was dead wrong. Fiora is one friendly skunk, and by the looks of it, she loves to play. She is just too cute for words!

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Golden Retriever Fails at Catching Food

Posted March 24th, 2015 by admin

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One might think that when a dog is thrown a steak, it automatically will end up in its mouth. Think again, people. This determined Golden Retriever named Fritz is given many opportunities to catch yummy goodness in his mouth, but he just can’t do it. We gotta give him an ‘A’ for effort, though.


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Until four years ago, I had not had the pleasure of sharing my life with cats. My impression of felines until then? They were snooty, stuck-up creatures who took themselves way too seriously and would rather humans leave them alone — unless they were providing food, chin scratches, or an appropriately positioned lap.

Well, that’s still true, but now that I live with them, I realize that’s the fun of cats!

You love them despite — or because of — that essence of feline temperament known as catitude.

For example, while Calvin will come running at the barely perceptible sound of a treat bag being opened, he will easily ignore me when I’m searching for him during my before-bedtime cat inventory. (Something I do every evening to ensure that nobody accidentally spends a night locked in a closet.) 

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Cats are also masters of the glare — the squinty-eyed, evil-purr-sonified stare that makes you very happy that looks don’t kill. The funny thing is, cats are so easily affronted that a human living with a kitty will be on the receiving end of that glower 17 times day, on average, for such rude behaviors as simply adjusting your position without permission, or sneezing inappropriately, or petting the wrong cat body part. Sometimes you never know what offense you have committed. Just ask Dawn.

A cat is never wrong. If you see one miscalculate a jump or knock something down, it is because he or she meant to do it. Nothing is accidental. Everything is intentional. And if you question that, well, they know how to track you down. At least that’s what Athena says.

When you share your life with cats, you can’t help but celebrate their catitude. How do your cats demonstrate their catitude? Tell us in the comments, or better yet, write a haiku.

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About the author: Susan C. Willett is a writer, photographer, and blogger whose award-winning original stories, photography, poetry, and humor can be found at Life With Dogs and Cats. She lives in New Jersey with three dogs and four cats (all rescues) and at least a couple of humans — all of whom provide inspiration for her work. Refusing to take sides in the interweb’s dogs vs. cats debate, Susan enjoys observing the interspecies interaction among the varied inhabitants of her home — like living in a reality TV show, only furrier. In addition to Life With Dogs and Cats, you can find more Lilah, Jasper, and Tucker (and the rest of the gang) on Haiku by Dog™, Haiku by Cat™, and Dogs and Cats Texting.

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Penguin the Magpie

Posted March 24th, 2015 by admin

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