Furry, feathered and fishy friends, 2015 version....your pets and funny photos and tails (tales)

Greetings everyone!  We're starting off 2015 with a new version of our pets discussion thread.  Anything can be put on here that you find amusing about animals in general or your pets in particular.  I am starting off with a photo of The Lickasaurus, Katie, our rescue puppy we found in the USA on a visit to a shelter there where my daughter worked at the time.  She still loves to bark at people walking on the other side of the street but doesn't clue in that anyone is at the back door until our cats start growling and go see who it is!  She's adorable but not the sharpest tool in the shed.

This is my lap cat/therapy cat/watchdog cat, Vincent, being attacked by a Christmas bow...that'll teach him to go among the presents!  So feel free to share what you wish and celebrate our furry, fishy and feathered friends. My aunt and uncle in Devon UK used to have a Mynah(?) bird, anyways it imitated the gurgling of the sink and the screech of car brakes as they stopped at the corner outside their house. :)

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This is definitely my cuteness overload for the day....a hamster in a sweater....my goodness how cute! This looks like a baby hamster and maybe it needed the body warmth? I am hoping it could still move, unlike the funny videos of dogs in sweaters that are too tight, or cats that just flop over!

 !!! definitely cuteness overload !

Horse owners don't get represented on here very much and I love horses. This just made me giggle.

Then you have a kitten..okay cheetah kitten but still....and a pug dog...

I'm not a massive Pug fan but he's adorable!

And yes, now I've got that danged song going through my head! All it took was one look at this photo.

And finally this just made me guffaw...

(KFC to anyone who doesn't know, serves deep fried chicken, only chicken)

The truth behind this photo is the guy had his dog team out at his camp in the wilds and this wild polar bear came along and he thought the bear would kill and eat them but the bear just wanted to play with them and he did for half an hour or more and the dogs responded. Then he left.

Here's a scientific explanation:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iHj82otCi7U

And if you want to see a moose up close here's a short film...never ever approach a wild one.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AOm1tBUncqQ

I have to admit, turn this dog black and it's about what our dog looks like when being bathed, lol.

I sincerely hope it's not what I look like when taking a shower!

Okay this is so massively adorable and cute I just had to share it. I thought cats were a royal pain when I'm on the computer but try a baby or mini weasel and see how far you get?  Love this.


The Photos above and the link are all gorgeous. I love the soapy dog he is adorable!

He's certainly very patient.  I've seen horses stick their tongues out the side of their mouths too like he does.  It does look daffy. 



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