I believe I may have met my match. It's almost as though this (devastatingly handsome and debonair) cat knew exactly what I was going to do before I did it. I zigged, he zagged. I suspect he may be aligned with Minou in an attempt to gain full control over the blue chair. If you have any suggestions on how I can defeat him, please let me know... but be hush-hush about it, ok? He may have some sort of cat Stasi thing going on, because it's as though he can predict my every move.
The famed "Shiba Inu 6" have a new challenger group, the "Shiba Inu 5" — just try to look away. I dare you. Born to the same mom, Kika, that had those adorable six babes in 2008, she's back with two lil lads and three lasses in 2010. The cam's now live online during the West Coast daytime, so check back if the video's off when you peek in on the pups' rumbly tummies and tumbly antics.
We've all got someone (or two or three . . .) on our gift list who rocks to their own special beat. So this holiday season, treat them to something spectacular that's easy on the eyes, music to their ears, and perfectly in tune with their personal sense of style.
Not only do Beats Solo HD headphones deliver the superior sound Beats by Dr. Dre products are famous for, but they also look as good as they sound — drenched in colors that are red like a heart, teal like Miami, white like snow, and lots more.
- Tips to help wounded and abandoned pets following Haiti's quake — Dogtime
- Don't bring this to the dog park — Pawesome
- Five extra adorable "cat conversation" videos — Urlesque
- Krebs leashes are made from recycled nylon climbing rope — Paw Nation
- Mmm, kitty can has catnip cheezburger! — moderncat
- Is this kitty 911 call for real? — Dogster
In wintry months, plenty of zoo animals have less exercise time. Unless they're cold weather fans, they can need extra motivation to move it, move it around that enclosure.At the Asahiyama Zoo in Japan, keepers created a special path to let their King Penguins stroll (monitored) daily to counteract this lack of exertion . . . and invite zoo guests to watch nearby.
It's so cute that I couldn't resist sharing additional photos when you read more
Most kitties I know aren't jumping for joy at the sight of the carrier . . . leaping away is more like it. After all, this presence can be a sure signal of vet time and you may end up with battle scratches after the struggles out the door. Now the principle of this alternative carrier is simple: It doubles as a bed — let your cat get cozy in the bottom part whenever you want and, when it's trip time, simply attach the hood and trap kitty inside.
Coming in three colors — yellow, blue, and red ($38–$40), can you see this carrier working for your finicky feline (or small pooch)?
Still more furry faces but, don't worry, there's time to learn! The latest breed-guessing challenge checks up on several of the spaniel types found in the Sporting Group — test yourself and see how well you check out!