Who doesn't love a furry kitten? Even rough-and-tumble, chest-pounding gorillas show their softer side when a box of cuddly kittens shows up. Hey, gorillas want some feline friendship too.
In this video, Koko, a 44-year-old western lowland gorilla, receives a box full of kittens for her birthday. She adopts two as pets.
Koko is not your average primate. She's learned several phrases in sign language, courtesy of her trainers who seek to champion what they call "interspecies communication." more >>
In our pluralistic diversity-laden society, there is a good chance that even you have at least one vegetarian in your family.
One study from the Vegetarian Times (yes they do exist), estimated that as many as 22.8 million Americans are either vegetarian, vegan, or "inclined" toward a vegetarian diet.
For some households, this can be a bit tense, with awkward points about what someone or their child should or shouldn't eat. more >>
Since the dawn of time Minions have searched to find an evil master worthy of their service.
While they eventually found that despicable creature, sometimes the Minions take a break from their efforts to fight a puppy.
In a surprisingly brief battle, one puppy attempted to vanquish a member of the ancient yellowy race. more >>
Halloween is a spooky occasion filled with candy, creepy costumes, and jack-o'-lanterns. But human beings aren't the only ones who like to celebrate this national pastime.
A family of meerkats at the Indianapolis Zoo situated in White River State Park showed that they, too, could get into the Halloween spirit.
On its YouTube account, the zoo observed that "everyone goes wild for pumpkin-flavored treats" during autumn — including meerkats. more >>
Talk about an odd couple! While some may think that cats and dogs are always enemies, two furry, four-legged creatures in the Commonwealth of Virginia beg to differ.
Kumbali, an energetic cheetah cub raised in captivity, and Kago, an adopted Lab-mix puppy, both reside at the Metro Richmond Zoo.
At a young age, Kumbali had to be taken from his parents because of complications surrounding his growth and ability to get milk from his mother. more >>
This time Daisy is the one doing the driving. And has paws.
A Maltese-Chihuahua mix that must've realized its human passenger was too young to take the wheel, Daisy went for it, going around town; or at least, a local driveway.
Either way, the canine makes some good turns for a creature that is incapable of gripping a wheel and gives Oliver, who rides shotgun, a rip-roaring fun time. more >>