When Cheyenne March brought her new bearded dragon home, she wasn’t sure how her cat would react.
Baby the cat is 4 years old, and cats aren’t exactly known for welcoming new pets into their homes with open arms.
Charles, the little female lizard, was small enough that March was concerned her cat may gobble her up. Surprisingly, Charles walked right up to Baby looking for a cuddle. The curious cat nuzzled the scaly creature, and then something unbelievable happened.
The bearded dragon and the furry feline became best friends!
The incredibly unlikely duo began to spend their days bird-watching, cuddling, and even going for walks together. March was understandably shocked by her pets’ newfound friendship, and started documenting it for the world to see.
Scroll through below to see how Charles and Baby spend their days together, and then watch the video of this odd pair in action!
Have you ever thought about packing up your belongings, hopping in a car or boat, and living life off the grid? Maybe life in the city is too stressful, or perhaps you want to get more in touch with nature – whatever the reason, there’s definitely something romantic about living life on the move.
Liz Clark felt something inside of her that made her want to quit her job as a bartender and sail around the world. Clark doesn’t come from a wealthy family, so it’s not like she could just take one long vacation and never worry about working. No, Clark would have to somehow make a living among the waves, and it wasn’t going to be easy. Fortunately, she was given a boat on the condition that she documented her adventures everywhere she went. Clark agreed, and off she went into the unknown.
That was 2006. Now, ten years later, Clark has made a name for herself as a surfer and environmentalist living what she preaches. On her website, Clark explains, “This isn’t just a surf trip, it’s a lifestyle that has allowed me to reduce my daily impact on the earth and live closer to nature.” It’s a hard life, but one that’s no doubt rewarding. Over the course of ten years, she’s visited countless countries, met all kinds interesting people, and even crossed the South Pacific with her mother. Then, in 2013, she introduced another crew member onto her tiny ship. But this new First Mate was no weathered sailor, instead, she was a 6-month-old rescue cat named Amelia. Check out the images below to see how one adventurous kitten changed the entire course of Clark’s journey.
In 2006, Liz Clark quit her job as a bartender and decided to sail the world. She was lucky enough to receive a Cal 40 sailboat for free, but on one condition: that she would document the adventures she went on around the world.
Since before her human baby companion was even born, Panda the cat has been working to keep him safe. “Once I got pregnant she started following me around the house, tucking her head on my belly, purring. She loved him and kept him safe for 9 months inside, now she does the same on the outside! Unconditional love!” Liel Ainmar Assayag, Panda’s human, told Love Meow. “Now, 3 months later, she jumps on the bed near him, smells him, sits next to him. You can clearly see she loves him from the beginning!”
Though the 2.5-year-old feline now adores her household’s new addition, she was a bit confused when he first arrived. Panda soon took a moment to smell the baby boy, realized he was her friend, and has been staying close by him ever since. Assayag made sure to add, “The cats are not allowed in the baby’s bed when the baby is in the crib, but every time I put the baby in the crib I can see lots of cat fur all over the bed—they were guarding the bed for him. They call me at night when the baby is crying, laying down beside him to keep him safe…”
We have a feeling that Panda will end up being a great babysitter.
While the Tokyo subway system might seem confusing for many, this cat laughs at them all. The smart feline has been spotted taking the city’s Seibu Ikebukuro Line at least several times. And he seems so cool about it! No map needed.
Passengers first noticed this feline on the city’s Seibu Ikebukuro Line back in 2013, and continue to spot her from time to time. Other passengers have also noted his excellent subway etiquette – he always tries to make himself as compact as possible (except for an occasional cat nap which doesn’t seem to bother anyone). I don’t think the cat actually buys a ticket to ride the subway like everybody else does, but I guess you don’t need one when you’re this cute!
Meet Honey Bee, a blind cat from Fiji with a beautiful spirit and a wonderful message of hope. Once upon a time Honey Bee lived at an animal shelter called Animals Fiji, but today she happily lives with her 2 loving humans and 4 other cats all the way in Seattle. After first adopting a blind cat, her owners likely didn’t know what to expect, but turns out Honey Bee is just like any other cat with eyes. Actually, Honey Bee is arguably WAY more incredible.
First and foremost, unlike most scaredy cats this brave cat LOVES to go hiking. On BoredPanda.com her owners write, “When we go hiking, we take her on our shoulders or with a leash. People say they love dogs because you can take them hiking, but Honey Bee loves hiking, too!”
Meet Roux, this amazing cat has only two legs but a full heart and loving personality. The adorable kitty was adopted by Jackie Deak Akey in Louisiana and since turned into an Instagram sensation with over 120,000 followers, what do they find in this particular cat? her winning inspiration nature and a playful mind that’s what. Despite her deformity, this one-year-old cat hops about like a bunny and loves to play just like all other cats. Jackie who works at a veterinary clinic in New Orleans first heard about Roux from an animal shelter who said that she had been surrendered to them because her deformity was stopping her from burying her waste in the litter box. Join the thousands who already follow this brave cat! Instagram
This is Roux and as you can see she was born with two legs
Toco the cat shares a special bond with his baby brother… who just so happens to be a human. Since the moment the baby boy was born, Toco has stood by his friend’s side and seems to act as his guardian angel. As the little boy naps, Toco curls up next to him and occasionally mimics his sleeping position. When the toddler goes to play and adventure around his home, Toco always tags along to keep an eye on things. The best part is that, as the young boy grows up, Toco grows with him and allows their adorable connection to grow stronger.
To see what the feline-human duo gets up to next, make sure to visit their photo feed on Instagram.
Seven goofy chihuahuas, including little Yuta, Hana, Nami, Mocha, and Kuma, live with their human mom in Bangkok, Thailand. The canine family is comprised of five siblings and their Chi-Chi two parents. However, the chihuahuas as a whole live under the supervision of another family pet — Ritchie the cat. That’s right! Ritchie the cat plays father-figure to these seven tiny chihuahuas, and the bond between them is being documented on social media by their loving owner.
Whether they’re snuggling in bed, relaxing outside in the sun, or chilling peacefully on their favorite wooden bench, Richie is always by the pups’ side, keeping a close watch and letting them rest against his fluffy white-and-gray coat. Who says cats can’t be maternal… or in this case, paternal?!
In times of political crisis, humans aren’t the only ones who suffer. When fleeing from war-torn countries, families struggle to make the difficult trek to safety, let alone stay united with their pets who come along for the journey.
Sadly, this was a case when a family fleeing from Iraq got separated from their adorable cat Kunkush on their journey to the Greek island of Lesbos.
This Turkish Van cat traveled to Lesbos with his family, who were fleeing Iraq. Unfortunately, amid the chaos, Kunkush and his family were separated.