Call them pacifiers, call them binkys, call them bubbies, or call them something else. Fussy babies are not the only ones who like to have them in the mouth.
Enter Max the dog, an otherwise mild-mannered pooch who just does not want to give up his, oh great now I got to pick one, pacifier.
In a video posted to YouTube by the account Daily Picks and Flicks, Max's master tries over and over to get the bubby from his mouth. more >>
For we human beings, treadmills usually invoke a sense of dread and remembrance of failed New Year's Eve resolutions.
But maybe this video of a penguin in research will link such tortuous exercise devices to something much cuter.
In a video recently uploaded to YouTube by Science News, a tuxedo-wearing Batman villain is hastily walking about a treadmill as part of an experiment. more >>
Texas homemaker-turned-lay minister and author Jennifer Wilder Morgan is sharing about her own supernatural experiences with angels in Come to The Garden, adding to the list of recent Christian-inspired movies and books such as "Heaven Is For Real" and "Miracles From Heaven."
In her new book Come to The Garden, Morgan acknowledges how sharing divine encounters can draw people closer to God. The new release also comes with an audio version narrated by Today Show Host and Emmy Award-winner Kathie Lee Gifford.
Inspired by her ministry at Methodist Hospital in Houston, Morgan felt called by God right before her 50th birthday to write about how He has been speaking to her throughout her life, mostly through dreams and divine encounters with heavenly beings. more >>
They are known as man's best friend, a constant companion and helper to humanity that serves as protector, family, and all around buddy.
They can also do their part in washing a car. Okay, sort of. In a video posted to Facebook by the Vermont State Police, one canine helped clean a car the funniest way possible.
A fast-moving pooch, you blink and you might not see the many times that furry helper was able to aid his masters in getting the automobile cleaned up and ready. more >>
Some of you may remember the movie from years ago called "The Horse Whisperer." Others may remember Homer Simpson literally whispering to a horse to tell them to run really fast when the race begins.
Whatever the cultural reference, I bet you never thought that they can exist in real life. Well guess, what? They can exist in real life.
Enter David Lichman, who is able to train horses without the usual brit and bridle, having them go about the beach at Pt. Reyes, California at his command. more >>
It is a loving and powerful moment when an American soldier returns home. And sometimes it is not just human family members who are thrilled to see them return.
When a veteran of the Air Force named Joshua had to leave his two dogs behind, a woman named Tia and her daughter Mariah helped out.
In a video posted to YouTube by Animal Planet, Joshua explained that his time away from his pets was rough, given that they were so far away and he saw them as his "pack." more >>