Now I've seen plenty of funny videos in my time, but I've still never spotted this oldie-but-oh-so-goodie before peeping it over on Pawesome. Watch rap cat meow his way to the top! Hilarious.
About every six months now my dog gets skunked. And it's awful. I feel sorry for her, but she sure does stink. Each time I deal her skunkiness, I learn something new. Here are the three lessons I learned from each of her run-ins with Pepé Le Pew.
First lesson: No matter how late at night it is, do not let the dog in the house. We let our dog in at 3 a.m. post-skunking and kept her in the bathroom until daylight. Our house smelled like skunk for about a month. No lie. It was awful.
Second lesson: Use warm water, not cold. It helps get rid of the oils.
Third lesson: Use Baby shampoo. It's easier on your pooch especially around the eyes.
See the recipe that wiggle uses and read more
If you were to stop and go through the quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies weighing down your purse or cluttering up your car cup holder, how much do you think you'd collect? $10? $25? Well, according to the experts at Coinstar, the average amount cashed in for eCertificates and/or gift cards at their coin kiosks is a whopping $56 — twice as much as people think they have. Talk about a nice, unexpected chunk of change as we head into the holiday season (especially since so many of us go over budget on holiday shopping!).
Our advice to you: make every coin count! Take a few minutes to grab all the spare change "jingle-belling" in your purses, pockets, car, and desk drawers, then hit your local Coinstar kiosk, where you can turn the contents of your coin jar into cash or no-fee eCertificates from popular brands, including Amazon, iTunes, Gap, and Starbucks. Click here to find the Coinstar kiosk closest to you.
Now that you know there might be more change lying around than you think, what would you do with those extra pennies this holiday?
Now I don't remember the vet-student-turned-circus-employee having a sidekick explicitly labeled as a Jack Russell in the book, but I do recall a scene where lil Queenie climbed up on Jacob's lap, so the size of this pup looks perfect!
Speaking of size, we already checked out one of Robert Pattinson's bigger — 8,800-pound — costars and, since a large part of this story takes place in the circus, I'm sure there are even more animals to be spotted later on along with Queenie the dog and Rosie the elephant. Check out more pictures of Rob and his furry pal in the gallery below.
- Let your home look like a Pack of Dogs with these fun furniture options — Phetched
- I'm jealous of the cool cat that gets this bed — moderncat
- Ally Sheedy adopts a former racing Greyhound — People Pets
- Is your pet too smart for his own good? — Paw Nation
- One vet's view on foster care — Fully Vetted
Last weekend, I went wine tasting down in Santa Cruz with friends and met a cute pooch at one of the wineries! Although, Elvis was a resident dog, I've brought North along with me on one such Napa adventure last summer.While I don't take him on a tour, and I make sure he's safely laying under the table with no spilled alcohol and away from glasses to be knocked over, I definitely see other such pups enjoying these trips while safely lapping water. Is yours one of them?
Source: Flickr User Spigoo