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Cat’s reaction after losing her best friend

His Dog Died Of Cancer 2 Weeks Ago. The House Cat’s Reaction Was Heartbreaking

Beggar Cat

This cat begging money was spotted in one of the cities of Belarus. He stays on one place with a note that reads “need money for meat and fish, bless you”. He doesn’t leave his place and protects the money just with his sight. His owner was found nearby. It was an old lady. She told the story that she had rescued the cat from the slaughters, but at that time she had already owned some pets and couldn’t feed them all, so he decided to let the pets earn the money for themselves. [Read more…]

Too Cute For Words

Cats and kittens are adorable pets. They are next to dogs as man’s best friend. They are very charming pets that sometimes. We tend to be over them head over feet. They have this certain charm that we can not resist.

Nothing like your mothers love !!!
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Hanging out with Lions in Orana Wildlife Park

Set in 80 hectares of tranquil grounds, Orana Wildlife Park is New Zealand’s only open range zoo and is located 15 minutes drive from Christchurch airport.  It opened in 1976, and is owned and operated by the Orana Wildlife Trust, a registered charity.

More than 400 animals of 70 different species are on show here. The park offers a range of unique, close up animal encounters at scheduled times. The largest wildlife reserve in New Zealand houses animals in their natural habitats with few barriers or fences, permitting visitors to see them up close and feed the gentler species. Experience unique encounters with lions.


Thrill seekers can experience the awesome lion encounter which takes people through the African lion habitat on board with specially modified vehicle for extremely close views of the “King of Beasts”.

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Whatcha Lookin’ at

Every dedicated cat owner has a range of interactive cat toys at their disposal. All cats become very excited over these, and they are a great way for you to bond with your cat and have some great and fun times with them.

The good news is that there are lots of different cat toys around today that you can choose from. So whatever your cat happens to love playing with, you’re bound to find something they’ll fall in love with.

This is enormous fun and hugely amusing for you, as well as bringing lots of exercise into the day for your cat. This is good for indoor cats that don’t go outside at all, but every cat will appreciate this particular interactive cat toy for sure.

Puppy and the Tiger Kitten

If you are in quest for cute animals photos, you are on the right place.Check out this cute puppy and baby tiger and how going to walk.

Kitten is ready for party

A Lioness Adopts a baby antelope

A short documentary that will open your eyes.  A lioness in Kenya has adopted a baby antelope- and later other cubs from a different animal species. This short touching documentary will open your eyes and rethink about how humane animals can be.

Kitten and monkey love

Kittens and monkeys are unlikely companions but as this photo show, they can get on just great both in the home environment and in the wild.

Look at my claw

A natural behavior in cats is to periodically hook their front claws into suitable surfaces and pull backwards. This marks their territory and exercises their legs, in addition to cleaning and sharpening their claws. Indoor cats benefit from being provided with a scratching post so that they are less likely to use carpet or furniture which they can easily ruin. Cats may extend their claws in hunting or self-defense, climbing, “kneading”, or for extra traction on soft surfaces.