Cats are masters of camouflage! Or are they...you can be the judge of that. These kitties tried their best.
I don't think there's a better animal out there that can portray various characters then a cat. Demon cats are meant purely as a joke, because their scary screams, glowing eyes and evil stares can't go unnoticed. Get ready to freak out and giggle, with these cutest, creepiest demon cats ever!
Move over kitties! It’s time for some “Dog Beards” action in this scruffy canine equivalent of the popular photo meme “Cat Beards.” Look for more photos of people sporting a dog beard by searching in the Instagram tags#DogBeard and #DogBearding.
Milwaukee's Pug Fest is an annual event put on to help pay for medical and dental bills for rescued dogs. This event attracted more that 17,000 pugs and other dogs along with 2,900 humans from all over the US and Canada.
A group of tourists were very surprised when several lions came to their camp looking for food. Luckily, the animals were not interested in people.
Redditor unpajarito submitted the image, above, being referred to as Dragon Cat. The fiery breath of the feline grabbed our attention so quickly that we had to look further into the work of artist Miguel P, aka PSHoudini. The Brazil-based artist uses his skilled hand in digital photo manipulation to produce images that merge two worlds, making for one incredibly surreal shot.
I would NOT want to be in the way of these Bengal white tigers when they are hungry! Australia-based photographer Birte Person wasn't quite as afraid. With the safety of distance, she was brave enough to capture these stunning shots of the rare animals during feeding time at the Singapore Zoo. The almost extinct white tiger is caused by a rare genetic recessive gene within the Bengal tiger species. The gene produces features including white fur, black stripes, and a pink nose. The few white tigers that still survive are in protective captivity although there have been reports of a handful spotted in the wild.
Gwen Maxwell of Sun City West, Arizona, found a coyote puppy that suffered after an almost deadly encounter with a cholla cactus. People could save the animal.
This is just too cute to pass up. You've been warned!
Here is a compilation of very funny and cute cats, who would like to meet their half. Cats also want some love, so here are their pictures from the OkCupid.
Pygmy Marmosets weigh about 3.5 ounces and average 5 inches in height. Given their diminutive stature, it only follows that we would want to see one consuming a bit of pasta…
Kitties never fail to entertain! Enjoy these cute and funny GIF's.
Animals are in so many ways similar to us. Let these funky birds prove it, and make you laugh!
Many people have weird rat phobias, or think that rats are dirty, aggressive or useless. Well drop all of your preconceptions, because rats are truly amazing little animals that make awesome pets. And here are all, hard to argue with, reasons!
A moose decided it wanted to join the party when it took a dip in a private swimming pool at a holiday villa. The group of holidaymakers were shocked when they spotted the beast swimming a few lengths of the pool in Redmond, Washington, before relaxing in the shallow end. The creature looked like it was having a whale of a time as the party panicked about how it was going to get out of the pool and more importantly, if they would have the poolside to themselves again.
San Francisco-based science illustrator Jenny Parks has creatively illustrated an adorable clowder of cats as comic book superheroes, villains and the zombie hunting badass Daryl Dixon from The Walking Dead. Check out these hilarious illustrations.
Ducks meandering in the middle of the road interrupt a police chase and are captured in this dash cam video by the Portland Police Bureau in Portland, Oregon. Police officer Mark James stops the pursuit to escort the ducks out of the road.
You've just got to love stories like this. When photographer Daniel Borris first started his Yoga Dogs series, he had a feeling that it would catch on but he couldn't expect that people from all over the world would eventually see it. "The photos have been written about in magazines from India to Russia and Brazil," he tells us. "There are calendars and other products coming out in the UK, Russia (and the Balkans), Japan, Korea, Germany and, of course, here. So it's pretty exciting! And having just released the book published by Abrams is fantastic."
Cats can be cute and cuddly or they can look ready to claw your eyes out. These cat versions of The Avengers and The Walking Dead‘s Daryl Dixon definitely look like they’ve sharpened their claws. They’re the latest installment in a series of illustrations by Jenny Parks who has forever changed the way we’ll look at our innocent feline friends
Survival can become a challenging task in the wild – especially if you’re smaller or slower than your possible predators. This is why many animal species have developed different ways to camouflage themselves throughout the course of evolution. Ways to camouflage differ depending mostly on three factors: the physiology and behavior of the animal, then those of the predator and the environment, in which the animal lives and hunts its food. Blending in with the environment is the most common approach.
Pallas's cat, also called the manul, is a small wild cat having a broad but patchy distribution in the grasslands and montane steppe of Central Asia. The species is negatively affected by habitat degradation, prey base decline, and hunting, and has therefore been classified as Near Threatened by IUCN since 2002.
Many species are experts at mimicry and camouflaging with their surroundings in order to remain undisturbed or unseen by predators or their prey. The common potoo, without a doubt, is one of the most talented players of “hide and seek.”