Dress your pup in style this Winter with doggy wear that will also keep your pooch seriously warm. Perfect for dogs of all shapes and sizes, these sweaters and jackets are seriously unique and also chic. From hand-knit sweaters to specialty jackets, this collection of posh Winter wear will have your pup ready to get cozy for a brisk walk around town.
Moms, consider yourselves warned. We parents are not likely to win a bet with our kids that plays out on Facebook.
Case in point: Newton, MA. dad Dan Urbano, who promised his 7-year-old son a pet cat if his Facebook plea for one garnered 1,000 likes.
Urbano apparently thought he had nothing to worry about, but his son's post included the adorable photo to the left (click to enlarge it). It garnered 110,000 likes within hours of its appearance.
Over the weekend, the family became the happy new caretakers of a shelter cat named Hairietta L. Pawturr, whose middle initial stands for — what else — "like."
Perhaps I wasn't vocal enough about my love for Animal Planet's ode to all things small and fuzzy, Too Cute, so let me be clear: it's the awww-somest hour you can spend with your television. Take this clip, for example, of Reginald the long-haired Persian kitten being introduced to the world of bathing and Pantene-commercial-worthy blow-drying:
And if that's not life-changing enough, I introduce to you Pipsqueak, the baby goat whose random acts of head-butting and spaz-tastic hopping prove to be too much for a litter of Jack Russell pups.
Today might be Hug a Bear Day, but if there's one rule you can count on while camping or hiking, it's that bears don't take kindly to embraces. In fact, if you encounter an adorable grizzly, polar, or kodiak while out on the trail, you should avoid eye contact and walk slowly away so as not to provoke or startle them. And even if you encounter a huggable-looking baby bear, get away while you can because his protective (and much larger) mother is undoubtedly nearby. Bear cubs sure are cute, though, so we thought we'd celebrate this unusual holiday with a roundup of cuddly ursine photos. And if you get the urge to give one a squeeze, please grab the nearest pal or teddy bear instead!
Cute alert! The new "Gerber Baby" has been announced and the honor goes to 8-month-old Mary Jane Montoya from Fresno, California.
The cutie's parents, who say they're "bursting at the seams with pride," will be putting the $50,000 prize toward her education.
As a fun bonus prize, Mary Jane got to meet the original Gerber baby, 85-year-old Ann Turner Cook, who is still the face of Gerber's advertising campaigns.
We love when friendships exist despite differences, so of course we can't get enough of this unlikely pair. Watch how Snowflake the puppy helps Pipsqueak, a pygmy goat, become friends with the rest of the puppy pack — then show your kids. So cute!
Adopt a Shelter Dog Month is not quite over, and Lauren Conrad is doing her part to help the abundance of pooches looking for love all across the country. Stopping by her local shelter last week, the style icon unexpectedly scooped up a friend for her other rescue pal, 4-year-old Chloe. Dubbed Fitz, the teeny pup seems to be getting along splendidly with his new family and living the good life, taking plenty of naps and even helping mom with the laundry.
Of course, there are plenty of adorable adult and senior dogs who need homes, too, so don't pass up a companion with a little gray on his nose. In the meantime, we can still gush over this aww-mazing pup!
Source: Instagram User laurenconrad
The adorable carrot-top Francois langur monkey born at the San Francisco Zoo just in time for the city's hometown Major League Baseball team's victorious run through the postseason finally has a name! Within minutes after the Giants completed their four-game sweep of the Detroit Tigers to win the World Series, the zoo announced the babe's new moniker, inspired by one of the outstanding members of the world champion team. Know what it is?
Source: San Francisco Zoo FacebookTake the Quiz
With Halloween approaching, I can't help but think about the super-spooky, iconic image of an ominous black cat. Black cats may get a bad rap when it comes to more superstitious folk, but to me, they're as cute and cuddly as the next furry feline. And coincidentally, today is National Cat Day which gives us even more of a reason to check out these pictures of spooky, yet sweet, black cats!
Our kids aren't the only ones who latch onto a favorite stuffed animal for comfort. These photos from Pawnation show how orphaned baby animals are often temporarily comforted by a plush surrogate until a real foster mom can be found. Click through to see all the photos — they're too sweet for words!