Tim Beshara, an adviser to Greens senator for Tasmania Peter Whish-Wilson, tweeted this adorable picture of an orphaned baby kangaroo hugging a teddy-bear earlier this week, “showing the value of a good hug.”
This guy just put all other cat dads out there to shame with his brunch game. Chase Stout and his girlfriend, Kenzie Jones, recently adopted an adorable kitten named Mr. Wilson as a buddy for their pup, Huey.
Soon after Mr. Wilson joined the family, Kenzie had to head out of town, leaving all of the four-legged family members in her boyfriend’s care. Little did she know she had nothing to worry about – other than missing out on a viral family breakfast.
Stout was making pancakes for himself when he realized he couldn’t deprive Mr. Wilson of a hot breakfast. He made them both a stack of flapjacks, telling BuzzFeed, “Obviously I had a stack of three so my man Wilson had to have a stack of three as well.” The adorable pictures he tweeted from the family feast have since gone viral, with over 41,000 retweets so far.
Jill is a 2-year-old squirrel who miraculously survived Hurricane Isaac. Her family found her after she fell from her nest during the hurricane in Louisiana, and she’s been with them ever since.
The cute little rodent has become an Instagram hit thanks to her adorable antics.
These pictures were shared by Reddit user sympson2612 showing the love between the child and the their cat, Tommy!
Without a second thought, the family decided to bring him in and keep him. “We got him his shots, got him neutered, and now he owns every piece of furniture and every person in this house,” he said.
You dress your children every day, so what if you turn the tables and let them pick out your outfit?
That’s exactly what Summer Bellessa did. For five days, her 3 year-old son, Rockwell, chose what she wore from head to toe.
Hello, farmer girl in heels!
“The first few items were great: my Bob Dylan tee, with a gray skirt, and tights. I think I’ll put this in my rotation… But then before I could finish, he pointed to my nude heels.”
The first day Summer came downstairs wearing clothes picked out by Rockwell she imagined a dramatic reaction from her husband. Instead he said nothing, he didn’t notice anything different about her apparel at all.
Cat lovers, brace yourselves. The Animal Rescue League of Berks County’s is running a beautiful “Book Buddies” program, that has kids grade 1 to 8 come into the shelter to read to the cats, with organizers saying that it serves a dual purpose of soothing the cats and upping the kids’ reading levels. The program reportedly got its start after a staffer had her son practice his reading skills while spending time at the shelter. Staff members took note and like it so much that it became a regular volunteer program. Since the project was launched in August 2013, many children (including home-schooled and autistic) who participated in Book Buddies have shown significant improvements in their reading. The Berks County ARL accepts donations through their site.They are also on Facebook, Twitter,YouTube and Pinterest.
Meet Komari. At five weeks, she was found abandoned and all alone. Looking hungry and sickly, she needed a new home.
Meet Martin Studer, the world’s best postman. On his route, he encounters Pippa, a dog who must bring her family mail every single day.
But what happens when there’s no mail? Well, Studer said he has to “improvise” when it comes to what to give her. So, Studer writes Pippa her own mail. Is there a best postman award out there?