So why did the chicken cross the road? More importantly, why does the chicken in this video complete a challenging obstacle course? Yes — that's right — an obstacle course.
With the guidance of one little girl, the creature successfully overcomes multiple physical challenges, culminating in an epic hoop jump.
Defying the stereotype of being a bird brain, the flightless gal successfully takes orders from the human being and does surprisingly well. more >>
Cats. What can you say about them? They purr, they scratch, they meow, and they steal toys from the neighbors.
In a video captured by cat owner Borut Birsa and uploaded to YouTube in mid October, a real feline decided to create its own companionship.
The cunning kitty pays a visit to the neighbors, clamps its jaw around a plush stuffed toy tiger, and carries it across the street to a meadow. more >>
Whoever said that rodeos were only for adults? This improvised rodeo in Mississippi has all the trappings of a darn good time.
OK, so it's not like he's riding an actual beast for 8 seconds, but one tiny tot does very well as he tries to stay atop a blue foam horse.
As one boy opens a wooden gate, out comes the hopping wild blue creature, doing everything it can to throw the brave little tyke off its hide. more >>
There may be honor among thieves, but apparently no such honor exists among the canine breed.
When an owner of two dogs asks them which one did their business in the kitchen, it does not take long for one to dime-out the other.
OK, so maybe the tattletale is actually the guilty party and the other dog is wrongfully accused — the trial is still pending. more >>
Size doesn't matter when it comes to a love of cuddling. Just ask this 1-month-old baby elephant in the Asian nation of Thailand.
At the Chai Lai Orchid ecolodge, the baby elephant recently took a liking to a human being named Allie.
Wanting a warm hug, the placid long-trunked behemoth decides to go in for the kill — killer cuddling of course. more >>
Never underestimate the power of a dream! When one little girl wanted a horse that would eventually win races, many — including her parents — doubted the possibility.
However, Breana Carsey, an 11-year-old Ohio girl. would not be deterred from her dream of a race horse. She asked her dad for a horse and eventually got one named MJB Got Faith.
While the horse was not bred to race, and barely passed the entrance exam, Carsey's faith in the ability of MJB would not be shaken. more >>