Charlie dog died of cancer 2 weeks ago. Scout kitty loved him more than anything.
The first night I brought her home at 5.5 weeks old, she couldn’t sleep unless she was nestled up to my doggy.
Alek Lisefski is a web designer who decided to take everything we know about building a house and flip it on its head. Instead of going in debt for hundreds of thousands of dollars, he built his own home for the low, low price of $30,000. It’s only 8x20ft, but that’s what makes it awesome. It’s a tiny house, it’s mobile and it looks so cool I would give anything to live in it for a day.
This is Lisefski’s tiny home, which was built on a flatbed trailer. It measures 13 feet and four inches tall, eight feet by six inches wide, and 20 feet long, and can be pulled behind a car.
When this dying dog rescued from the streets of India was originally found he looked like a lost cause, as well as the saddest creature you’ve ever seen. The organization Animal Aid Unlimited came to the dog’s rescue just two-months ago in hopes of saving his life and making it worth living again.
When he was first found on the side of the road, the poor pup was starving, dehydrated, suffering from mange and had not experienced any human contact in a long time. A spokesperson for Animal Aid Unlimited said, “He was so exhausted and inward.”
As soon as the dog arrived at the rescue facility they hooked him up to an IV and began treating his many infections. It took 10 days for the dog’s skin to heal, at which point the real transformation began to take place.
The results of his transformation are unbelievable. To think this is the same dying dog rescued from the streets only two months before is not only shocking but also inspirational.
There has been a recent spike in the sales of IKEA doll beds in Japan. Those innovative and quirky Japanese have re-purposed the $20 Duktig mini-bed to allow their cats and rabbits to get a good night’s sleep.
Officially a toy bed for children’s dolls, it appears to be IKEA’s first (unwitting) foray into the pet furniture market.
The beds come with miniature pillows and blankets, and for those owners with more than one pet, they can be made into bunk beds.
Judging by the positively peaceful, sleepy pets in the pictures below, this is surely the beginning of a ‘beds for pets’ movement.
Cop Honors His Beloved K-9 Partner By Saving A Dog From Death Row – Caveman Circus
25 Facts That Will Destroy Your Worldview – Linkiest
Inside Tokyo’s Tsukiji Market: The World’s Biggest Fish Market – Leenks
Badly Injured Pit Bull Goes From the Streets to a Loving Home in 11 Days – Dogster
5 Reasons Why My Cat Would Take Me to Small Claims Court – Catster
11 treats to boost your brain and memory – Retirement Improved
The Top 10 Style-defining fashion trends of the 90’s – OMG Blog
A Look At The Worst And Best Dressed At This Years MTV VMAs – Radass
Papua New Guinea Tribe Smokes The Deceased To Preserve Their Bodies – Slip Talk
Jen Lawrence Leads Top Paid Actress List – Evil Beet
How I fed my family on $50 a week – Rare
Piglet Sold On Side Of The Road Finally Gets The Best New Home – The Dodo
Sarah Hyland’s Modern Cleavage and Legs – G-Celeb
Getting people to eat the world’s hottest pepper extract (Video) – Bad Sentinel
The Funniest Pictures Of Forever Alone People You Will Ever See – Bro My God
Thor is a gorgeous Bengal Cat whose orange fur, stripes and dots, and piercing green eyes make him nothing short of majestic. Named after a god in Norse mythology, Thor’s humans say that he ruler of the land.
“I definitely feel like his servant! Whenever he opens his mouth, we are ready to serve him, but I gotta admit that we get lots of love in place for it!” Rani Cucicov, Thor’s owner, told Bored Panda.
With looks like this, we have a feeling that this handsome feline rarely hears the word “no.” Check him out!
One phrase that changes people beyond recognition
My friend sent me this cool new indie rock artist whose music sounds like a mix between the boss himself Bruce Springsteen and Psychedelic Furs. His name is Wons Phreely and his song Stars sounds as if it should be in a John Hughes film.