“But it’s the new black, Dad! Everyone is doing it!”
Photo by ©Kendall Hallett
"My cat. Is MY cat. Don’t text him, don’t snapchat him, don’t touch him, don’t tweet him, don’t even look at him. He’s MINE!!!"
"Don’t judge our love."
Photos by ©Bert Jonkhans
Because We’re Happy to Have the Best Volunteers!
What does the staff at the New Hampshire SPCA do to show how happy they are to have the best volunteers? DANCE! We love our volunteers and are inspired by their compassion and commitment every day! This is a video to show them how much we love and appreciate all of their hard work!
Video/caption by New Hampshire SPCA
Joes Ahonen is a magician and “mentalist” from Finland who decided to test how dogs respond to magic tricks by making treats disappear in front of them. The reactions from these dogs? Priceless!
Via Viral Forest
Grace, those really aren’t band aids!!
Photo/caption by ©Carol Matteson
They won’t fucking let me take a shower in peace.
Photo/caption by d-o-n-t-b-l-i-n-k
"Kiss me, I’m IRISH."
(even the cat is kissing the dog at background!)
Photo by ©Esther The Wonder Pig
"He is your friend, your partner, your defender, your dog. You are his life, his love, his leader. He will be yours, faithful and true, to the last beat of his heart. You owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion."
Artist Creates Surreal Pictures With Shelter Animals To Help Find Them New Homes
Talented Hungarian photographer Sarolta Ban (whom we wrote about here and here) is back with more of her distinctive surreal images, but this time there’s a noble purpose behind her work – each image is meant to portray a shelter animal in a new light and help them find a loving home.
Everything seems to have begun with one image of a white dog that, according to Ban’s Facebook, she adopted. She went on to create a whole series of images featuring furry friends that are looking for homes.
She also started collecting images of animals from all over the world that are looking for homes. She plans to create beautiful images for them as well, and will gift copies of these beautiful images to the people that choose to adopt them.
“Abandoned dogs sadly have really few chances to appear on a photo that will help them get out of the shelter… [one] that stands out from the crowd, and ‘speaks’ to a person,” she explains on the project’s page.
If you enjoy her artwork, be sure to check out her page as well and buy a print or even get acquainted with a new furry friend!
Via Bored Panda
Animal Clothes Hangers via Design You Trust
Things dogs learn from cats.
Illustration by ©Jim K Benton
Cats Stealing Dog Beds: The Supercut 2013 Compilation