Search results for:


Latest Posts 1.52k Posts

Explore photos, videos, activities and stories of pets.

This Photographer Took Pictures of (Dogs- Cats) and Their Owners Side by Side, and They Look Amazingly Alike 🐾 ph Gerrard Gethings (@gezgethings) #FunnyAndCrazyMoments

Jobs by cats...🤣🤣🤣

2 Loves   ·   2 Comments

Paint your pet dogs, cats, and more! 🖌

4 Loves   ·   1 Comments

Cats and kittens can be delightful additions to a family, and between 9 and 12 years old, children start to become more responsible, making this an ideal time to get a cat.

2 Loves

When you hear your neighbour cough 😷 🤣🤣🤣 #funnycat #cats

1 Loves

A Moroccan family is building houses for cats to protect them from the cold of winter and the summer heat. 🏠 🐈

1 Loves

Some curly stuff 🐈 Do you love curly cats? ❤

1 Loves

Pallas cats are wild cats living in mountainous areas with many trees and tall grass. Recently, his flat and round face has captivated netizens because of his funny and cute face.❤ #WildCats #CatsAlwaysCats

1 Loves

Being a cat lady can be good for your health, studies say Sorry, dog lovers! Not only do most of us know plenty of decidedly normal cat lovers, but years of scientific research suggest that cohabitating with cats has zero effect on developing psychosis later in life, reported InStyle. And if that’s not enough to get feline fans purring, a 2009 study published in the Journal of Vascular and Interventional Neurology certainly will. In it, scientists found that cat ownership can be beneficial to our health in a number of ways. Most significantly, researchers observed a decreased risk for death due to heart attack and all cardiovascular diseases (including stroke) among persons with cats. “Acquisition of cats as domestic pets may represent a novel strategy for reducing the risk of cardiovascular diseases in high-risk individuals,” the study’s authors mused. A kitty cuddle session can also ease symptoms of anxiety. As Melanie Greenberg, Ph. D., licensed clinical psychologist and author of The Stress-Proof Brain explained to NBC News, the act of petting your cat releases oxytocin, the bonding hormone or “cuddle chemical,” which can make you feel less stressed. Mark those down as two more in the win column for cats, y’all! Source:

2 Loves

Who Love the Cats? 🐱

2 Loves   ·   1 Comments

As unique as they are, cats also boast an exceptional set of characteristics that sets them apart from every other species on the planet, including other domesticated animals.

2 Loves