You think you know your pet, but do you *know* your pet? Would you, for example, say your guinea pig is a Betty or a Veronica? What's your iguana's opinion on repealing the Glass-Steagall Act? Most importantly, DO YOU EVEN KNOW YOUR FERRET'S MYERS-BRIGGS PERSONALITY TYPE????!! Is your pet ... an INTROVERT?
In case you haven't noticed, us humans are really annoying, especially when it comes to pets. We dress 'em up in embarrassing costumes and bathe them til they hate us and honestly? We can't blame them at all for retaliation.
If we all didn't love anthropomorphic animals so much, there's no way Disney would be as successful as it is. It turns out there's something better than cartoon animals acting like people though -- real animals acting like people.
There's nothing surprising about our pets getting into shenanigans when we're not looking. Sometimes we find the little buggers in the act, and what results is adorably hilarious. But other times, we're not lucky enough to catch them red-handed, although their guilty expressions totally allude to trouble.
Perma-kitten Lil Bub took the internet by storm last summer. Since then the feline, who has a bone condition which leaves her paws deformed and her mouth open and will stay small because she's a dwarf, has been viewed millions of times on YouTube and is a force on Facebook and Twitter.
Until yesterday, the Broadway production of the Truman Capote classic 'Breakfast At Tiffany's' had been notable for starring 'Game of Thrones' mother of dragons Emilia Clarke in the Holly Golightly role. But now it's an animal actor who's getting all the ink.
The internet has a longstanding, undisputed love of cats. Just because we love something doesn't mean we have to think it's perfect, though. Cats, for example, in addition to being cuddly and adorable, are basically huge jerks.
It looks as if that obesity epidemic that America finds itself in has spread to the feline population. Perhaps our FLOTUS can tackle that next, but until she does, we'll settle for this news anchor's giggling coverage.
The public has spoken and Monopoly will cast away the boring old iron token, a symbol of domestic housework from a simpler time (it's not even an electric iron), which has been included in the board game for almost 80 years.
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