THIS JUST IN: Pouch Pals

Orphaned and lost, Anzac the kangaroo was rescued by Wildabout Wildlife Rescue Centre in Australia. And that’s where the five-month-old joey met Peggy, an orphaned wombat.


The pair have become inseparable friends, cuddling up inside the same pouch.


Story and pics from the Herald Sun, Australia.

Kitteh Uses Bun For Pillow

Takes a sec for the video to kick in here People, but it’s worth the wait.

This kitteh has decided to hunker down, and couldn’t find a pillow or a hoomin to take advantage of. What’s the next best thing? The family bunneh, natch.

Merci, Vashbros.

A Match Made in Heaven,

With a detour in the deep blue sea. Sealed with a kiss! Oh my cod!


Via Pawnation, where you can dive right in to the story!

Just Your Standard Pup vs. Tiger Video

Peeps, we’d love to tell you what’s happening here, but we we have zero backstory on this video. How a tiger cub came to be in an apartment and befrend the family chihuahua, we have no idea. We can say this, though — that couch is doomed.

Whiskers And Horns

Paws and hooves

Short and long tails.

It is not our differences or our samenesses

That determine our capacity for friendship.


Sometimes, I think we could achieve world peace by imitating the animals, malikimran.

Who? Who? Who…

Will let me bite their fingers and give me head skritchins?

Owl never look at owls the same way again, inMoTion1980.

Two blorps R better than one

Miss Beluga meets Mr. Sea Lion. I foresee a long and blorpy future for this couple.


Blorp domination from Dominik.

Textbook Interspecies Snorgling

Look at this, People. A kitteh has decided to pass out on a pillow. Except this pillow happens to be a…tortoise. Hardest pillow evah!

Discovered on The YouTubes from Navarrasbabies.

Murkin Is My New Hero

Just get your mind out of the gutter, ok?

I am talking about this awesome dog named Murkin and his amazing owner, dcjannelle. She adopted Murkin and he helps her foster kittens in need. Here’s a beautiful example of Murkin’s work:

Fave Frame™

Live To Ride. Ride To Live.

I used to climb trees.

Now I climb my Harley, let this lady human sit behind me and we ride these mean streets letting the wind blow freedom right into our faces.

This is the life I was meant to live.


The Post and Courier says Suki Mixson’s pet squirrel, Zipper, has been riding motorcycles since she was a baby.

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