It is said that Pomeranian's are the cutest breed of dog around. That is certainly true considering their fluffy fur and adorable faces. But, have you ever heard one of them sneeze?
If you happen to be new to the dog market, this video will certainly help you make a decision about which breed to choose. Pomeranians are known for their compassionate and gentle nature. They also have innocent faces. The Pomeranian in this video proves to be one of the cutest dogs around.
Roux is making his internet debut, and it's an unforgettable one, making everyone laugh with his adorable sneeze and stealing the hearts of viewers all over the world! more >>
Who wouldn't love a baby miniature horse? This tiny energetic equine will steal your heart. Its owner, Sterling Bartow, joined YouTube recently to share his farm animals with the world, and his video is quickly becoming a hit. Watching this adorable little horse chase him around will brighten your day.
As the two run and play together, it's obvious that they have a very special bond — the mother horse can't help but act a little jealous. Miniature horses are known to be friendly and attentive toward humans for the simple fact that they are sometimes kept as companion animals. Like all horses, though, they should be treated with love and respect, giving them lots of room to roam and exercise as needed.
From the looks of things, it seems that this horse will have a great life with Spencer and his family. Hopefully, Spencer will continue to post videos so we can watch this delightful little horse grow. more >>
Officials at the Smithsonian's National Zoo in Washington were ecstatic after a rare giant panda gave birth to twin cubs on Sunday.
Mei Xiang, the giant panda, brought forth twin cubs on Sunday, to the joy of the National Zoo officials. After three decades of frustrating efforts in breeding pandas, they now have a template for caring for the cubs to help them have a greater chance of survival, according to The Guardian.
The newborn panda cubs are still blind, pink, and covered with thin white fur. Both are healthy, with one weighing 4 ounces and the other weighing 3 ounces at birth. The sex of the cubs will not be known until after officials conduct neonatal exams at a later date. more >>
Rumor has it that cats are sometimes not seen as warm and loving family pets. But for those who believe that, be aware — this is just an old cat myth. Wait until you see this baby's face when her cat visits her crib!
This baby is full of pure joy when she's introduced to her family cat. You can see pure excitement in her eyes. Believe it or not, cats love to cuddle. When they are in the mood they love getting attention, and won't turn it down. This adorable little girl knows exactly how to give her cat attention. It looks like a friendship that is starting very early, right in front of your eyes.
If you want to make someone SMILE today, be sure to SHARE this video with him or her. more >>
A deep sea species related to jellyfish was filmed underwater off the coast of Angola, earning it the nickname "flying spaghetti monster."
Workers from the BP Global oil and gas company recently videotaped a multi-tentacled Bathyphsa conifer, a siphonophore marine animal, making its way along the ocean floor 4,000 feet underwater on the Angolan coast.
BP employees were collecting underwater video footage using a remote controlled underwater vehicle when they spotted the translucent many-armed creature and dubbed it the "flying spaghetti monster." The term was first coined by the satirical religion/social movement, Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster. more >>
While criminals are often put in prison for a good reason, society tends to forget how difficult life can be for people who truly want to reform their ways. These men rehabilitate themselves by loving and caring for these horses.
After their release, inmates usually finds themselves falling back into old habits and are unable to get a job or develop useful skills. Finding an honest living becomes extremely difficult for them. While there is no excuse for committing a crime, life after prison doesn't make it easy for those looking to change their bad behavior.
Maryland has come up with an amazing program that helps give inmates the skills that can be used to find employment upon release. Programs like this empower inmates to better themselves as they learn new skills to use after their release. more >>