Whether you're aware of it up front or not, adopting a traumatized animal is difficult. I would know. I did it. And I'm here to tell you one really important thing: Traumatized animals aren't broken, and you can get them the help they need.Read Full Story
Easter isn't just for humans. These sea otters get to enjoy the perks of the pastel-colored holiday as well. At the Monterey Bay Aquarium, rescued sea otters were given Easter-inspired treats to munch on — ice in the shape of Easter eggs and toys!Read Full Story
We've all gotten to that point where we're trying to hard to stay awake, but our body says, "nope, sleep is happening now." That's what I imagine is going on inside this cute little puppy. He was given the task of watching over this sleeping baby, but just can't manage to keep his eyes open.Read Full Story
If Winter the lamb could talk, he would probably say, "It's my party, and I'll bounce if I want to!" This little guy looks like he's just discovered jumping on the bed, and now that he knows it's the best thing ever, he has no intention of stopping.Read Full Story
Bath time can often be a tricky time, because kids and animals alike don't really like soap in their eyes or being wet for too long. However, this little elephant is a huge exception. He loves taking his bath so much, he gets out and gets back into it three times. Which just goes to show, there ain't no party like an elephant bath party, 'cause an elephant bath party don't quit!Read Full Story
You know how sometimes it's extra hard to wake up in the morning? Well, this little guy feels your pain. This adorable chipmunk simply will not get out of bed no matter what important plans he has going on today. He had some bad chipmunk dreams the night before and thus didn't get his full eight hours, so he would like you to hit the snooze button for him, please.Read Full Story
The last time you and your partner, or kid or sister had a fight I bet you weren’t concerned about the innocent pet in the room watching it all go down. Little did you know that your argument might have left an indelible mark on your furry or feathered friend. If you don’t believe me check out this online video of a cockatoo, adopted by a North Carolina woman. The bird appears to be re-enacting vicious fights it must have heard over and over again from prior owners. Listen for yourself, it's pretty disturbing.Read Full Story
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