A stowaway skunk has found a ride for the long trip back home – or maybe not so long, depending on her behavior.
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This dog lives the life other dogs only dream about, helping with quality control for a dogs-only bakery operated by her owner. Here’s the part I really like. Her owner used to be a florist. So, one day the dog comes to work expecting more boring flowers, and finds this stuff instead. No wonder pets are endlessly optimistic and extravagantly hopeful.
Who could have guessed that the next big trend would be nun-matador bars? But here they are, wildly successful – at least, you know, in cities that have both nuns and matadors. Of course, you may have different ideas about what’s going on in this photo. Try your hand at a clever caption, and send it our way via Post a Comment.
This one is going to strike some readers as odd, but others — including me — will see it as an idea whose time has come. It turns out a substantial number of U.S. companies let employees bring their pets to work, and if you’ve ever seen a big office with a few nice dogs walking around, it’s a very soothing sight.
Bad news for folks who desperately want to be trampled or gored by a large animal… You’re probably going to have to go to Spain and throw yourself down in front of a charging bull in Pamplona, because the U.S. version of that macho rite of passage just isn’t going to happen.