About a week ago Michelle Parden (or Redditor RorschachBulldogs) showed some incredibly sweet photos of her bulldog Hammie being incredibly protective to a group of foster kittens. Born from a local stray cat, the kittens all ended up being adopted to loving homes, but for the limited time when Parden had them all in her house, she was able to capture Hammie the bulldog,…Continue
Whether you think they're beautiful or bizarre, it's safe to say that the Sphynx, a breed of hairless cats, is one of the most interesting-looking cats in the world. The roots of the breed can be traced back to only the early 1960s. Though sphynxes are known for their strange outwardly appearance, or what some describe as their buttery skin, you may be surprised to…Continue
Added by alice on July 8, 2013 at 9:00am — No Comments
After seeing Tokyo-based photographer Aya Sakai's adorable photos of her baby boy and their French Bulldog, we knew it would just be a matter of time before we came across a similar set of heartwarming images between a child and his or her pet.
Saint Petersburg, Russia-based…Continue
Added by alice on April 1, 2013 at 8:30am — No Comments
This cat sculpture made entirely out of plastic forks was just too adorable not to share! Spotted scaling a tree in Kiev, Ukraine, the whimsical piece of public art was created by Ukrainian artist Constantin Skretutsky, who's known for his use of unusual materials. He's behind a number of quirky sculptures scattered around the city some of which can be found…Continue
Added by alice on September 16, 2012 at 9:00am — No Comments
If this doesn't look like the crankiest cat in the world, I don't know what does. (That's why I like dogs!) This past weekend, Carli Davidson, the pet photographer most well-known for her Shake series took this incredibly funny picture of Eywa the cat. Eywa is actually a model for Davidson's ongoing Shake series and this photo was one of her outtakes.
"Eywa is a…Continue
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In its documentary Extraordinary Animals In The Womb, National Geographic captured rare highly detailed images of animals at various stages of gestation. Now you can see fetal dog, elephants, penguins, and dolphins still inside the womb.
Using advances in scanning and imaging technology to trace the gestational paths of animals outside the human family, the documentary footage is actually a combination of digital…
What does a cute kitty normally dream of? Well, have a look and you'll find out.