We love this video of a sweet cat who is trying his hardest to keep a curious little tot from getting into trouble with the stove. Yes, there are adults nearby but kids can get burnt in an instant if no one’s paying attention! Luckily this protective kitty isn’t going to let that happen!
We love Flo. And we love March Madness. And, we love cats! Check out this hilarious video of Flo attempting to coach a team of felines. Regardless of how your teams are doing, they are for sure playing better than this one! It’s #Flosanity Season! GO #FLOCATS!
Smiley is the perfect name for a sweet, blind therapy dog who makes people feel all warm and fuzzy inside.
According to ABC News, Smiley, who was born without eyes, has been making people smile at nursing homes and schools in his hometown of Stoufville, Canada.
Smiley’s owner, Joanne George, says she rescued Smiley from a puppy mill when he was just a couple of years old. Although he was nervous and scared, Smiley immediately bonded with another of George’s dogs, a deaf Great Dane named Tyler.
Tyler turned out to be a perfect role model for the scared Golden Retriever. “Tyler was so bouncy and crazy and happy go lucky.” George said. Smiley took cues from the Great Dane mentor. “He came out from underneath the tables where he was always hiding,” George explained.
Once Smiley was showing his true personality, George could see that he’d make a great therapy dog. And he does. Today, Smiley is part of the St. John’s Ambulance Therapy Dog program and visits nursing homes, hospitals and schools, spreading joy everywhere he goes.
At one nursing home, a man named Teddy never smiled or communicated with anyone…until Smiley showed up one day. George said the staff was amazed. “[Teddy] smiled when Smiley got into his vision,” she explained.
That doesn’t surprise us! Smiley makes us smile from ear to ear just looking at that happy furry mug of his!
What’s more adorable than a sweet Golden Retriever? A sweet Golden Retriever with baby chicks crawling all over him!
According to Today.com, when Photographer Candice Sedighan found out that a feed store near her home in California was going out of business and needed to find a home for a group of newly hatched chicks, she wanted to help. “I decided to take them in until I could find a permanent home for them,” she told Today.com.
The only unknown was Sedighan’s 11-year-old Golden Retriever, Champ. What would Champ think of the fuzzy little intruders?
Sedighan slowly introduced the chicks to Champ. She let the dog sniff them and demonstrated to the pooch how carefully Sedighan was petting them.
She need not have worried about her gentle Golden. He took to the chicks right away and quickly grew accustomed to cuddling with his new friends and serving as a baby chicken jungle gym as the chicks explored their new environment.
“The chicks loved to burrow under Champ’s fur as it kept them warm just as their mother’s feathers would,” Sedighan told Today.
Fortunately for all of us, Sedighan couldn’t resist snapping some photos and a video of the adorable fluffy golden gang.
And, happily the photographer was also able to find a permanent home for the little family of fowl.
Sedighan wasn’t surprised that Champ was so gentle and loving with the little fuzzy chicks. “The wisdom and calm nature of senior dogs is unmatched,” she said.
If the photos aren’t enough, here’s a video of a the big yellow pile of adorable.
I love these guys! They look like a group of ladies spending the day at the spa before they head off to the bar for some Prosseco. This was the most amazing way to start my day.
In honor of Snowmageden 2015 check out this adorable video of animals playing in the snow from our buds at Hooplaha! . It almost makes us want to get our snow boots on and join them! Almost.