Wife Texts Husband She Brought A Dog Home While The Pic Shows A Coyote ….

When this wife, “Kayla Eby”, sends her husband Justin a text saying she brought home a dog,  but in the picture you can clearly tell it is a coyote,  hilarity ensues.  LOLOL


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19 Everyday Sights In Australian Backyards

Just another day in the ‘burbs of an Australian backyard! Spiders eating birds. Pythons eating wallabies…YIKES! 

1. This nonchalant appearance.

This nonchalant appearance.

2. This fella just hanging around.

This fella just hanging around.

3. This spider snacking on a snake.

This spider snacking on a snake.

4. This Hungry Hornet.

This Hungry Hornet.

5. This Compost Bin Invader.

This Compost Bin Invader.

6. This Guinea Pig Cage Invader, now too fat to back out.

This Guinea Pig Cage Invader, now too fat to back out.

7. This Morning Caller.

This Morning Caller.

8. This Hungry Late Night Visitor.

This Hungry Late Night Visitor.

9. This Midnight Snacker.

This Midnight Snacker.

10. This Beer Snake.

This Beer Snake.

11. These Three Metre Snake Skins Just Lying Around.

These Three Metre Snake Skins Just Lying Around.

12. So Ummm, Where Is It Now?

So Ummm, Where Is It Now?

13. This Guardian Of The Garage Door.

This Guardian Of The Garage Door.

14. This Spider vs Dragonfly Battle.

This Spider vs Dragonfly Battle.

15. These Epic Battlers.

These Epic Battlers.

16. This Angry Chap.

This Angry Chap.

17. This Christmas Beetle.

This Christmas Beetle.

18. This Dazzling Visitor.

This Dazzling Visitor.

19. This JOYOUS Scene!

This JOYOUS Scene!

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Cat Got Your Tongue?

We’ve all had trouble with our animals, but I don’t think anyone can top this “Cat Got Your Tongue” story!  LOLOL

Calling in sick to work makes me uncomfortable. No matter how legitimate my excuse, I always get the feeling that my boss thinks I’m lying. On one recent occasion, I had a valid reason but lied anyway, because the truth was just too darned humiliating. I simply mentioned that I had sustained a head  injury, and I hoped I would feel up to coming in the next day. By then, I reasoned, I could think up a doozey to explain the bandage on the top of my head.

The accident occurred mainly because I had given in to my wife’s wishes to adopt a cute little kitty. Initially, the new acquisition was no problem. Then one morning, I was taking my shower after breakfast when I heard my wife, Deb, call out to me from the kitchen.

“Honey! The garbage disposal is dead again. Please come reset it.”

“You know where the button is,” I protested through the shower pitter-patter and steam. “Reset it yourself!”

“But I’m scared!” she persisted. “What if it starts going and sucks me in?” There was a meaningful pause and then, “C’mon, it’ll only take you a second.”

So out I came, dripping wet and buck naked, hoping that my silent outraged nudity would make a statement about how I perceived her behavior as extremely cowardly. Sighing loudly, I squatted down and stuck my head under the sink to find the button. It is the last action I remember performing.

It struck without warning, and without any respect to my circumstances. No, it wasn’t the hexed disposal, drawing me into its gnashing metal teeth. It was our new kitty, who discovered the fascinating dangling objects she spied hanging between my legs. She had been poised around the corner and  stalked me as I reached under the sink. And, at the precise moment when I was most vulnerable, she leapt at the toys I unwittingly offered and snagged them with her needle-like claws.

I lost all rational thought to control orderly bodily movements, blindly rising at a violent rate of speed, with the full weight of a kitten hanging from my masculine region. Wild animals are  sometimes faced with a “fight or flight” syndrome. Men, in this predicament, choose only the “flight” option. I know this from experience. I was fleeing straight up into the air when the sink  and cabinet bluntly and forcefully impeded my ascent. The impact knocked me out cold.

When I awoke, my wife and the paramedics stood over me. Now there are not many things in this life worse than finding oneself lying on the kitchen floor buck naked in front of a group of “been-there, done-that” paramedics. Even worse, having been fully briefed by my wife, the paramedics were all snorting loudly as they tried to conduct their work, all the while trying to suppress their hysterical laughter–and not succeeding.

Somehow I lived through it all. A few days later I finally made it back in to the office, where colleagues tried to coax an explanation out of me about my head injury. I kept silent, claiming it was too painful to talk about, which it was.

“What’s the matter?” They all asked, “Cat got your tongue?”


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30 Signs Your Cat Might Be Plotting To Kill You

Do you ever get the feeling your cat might be plotting to kill you?  These felines just may raise some concern! LOLOL


They give you this face after a bath.

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You catch them staring at you from behind a wall.

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They whisper in tongues when they want to be let in.

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You get the feeling that someone is always watching you… and it’s always them.

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You’ve found the words “You’re next” written in mouse blood on your books.

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You’ve sworn that their ears are turning into devil horns… but that’s just your imagination, right?

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They’ve started to take on oddly human-like features.

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You frequently find them scheming in strange places.

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They always sit in the places where the light makes them look extra creepy.

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You’re starting to feel like they’re targeting your other pets as well.

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They have begun stalking your family members.

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You’ve caught them watching you everywhere you go.

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They’ve tried to smother you in your sleep.

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They look way too much like the evil masterminds you see in movies.

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They’ve started to find new angles of attack.

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They hover over you as you sleep.

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They give you this face for any reason whatsoever.

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You hear mechanical noises when their eyes glow.

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You often feel like you need an adult when you’re around them.

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They rub their paws together and say, “Yes… YESSSS.”

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Their meows sound suspiciously like the word “soon.”

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You’re never sure if they’re coughing up a hairball or just laughing maniacally.

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This happens.

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Everything you do provokes a look of disgust from them.

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They’ve been a little “different” since they were kittens.

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They’ve started to eat your food. ALL of your food.

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They’re starting to resemble an actual supervillain.

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You’ve suspected that they know how to use electricity to their advantage.

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They try to be friendly, when in reality, they OH GOD PLEASE SOMEONE SAVE ME!

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Pets Halloween Costumes

Halloween will soon be upon us and if you like to dress up your pets for the special day, here are some awesome ideas for pets Halloween costumes that will have them Trick or Treating in style!


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Bat Kitty pet-halloween-costume-03

Cerberus Guardian Dog pet-halloween-costume-04

Cat – Race Horsepet-halloween-costume-05

Lion Cat pet-halloween-costume-06

Skeleton Horse pet-halloween-costume-07

Super Huskypet-halloween-costume-08

Vampire Hedgehogpet-halloween-costume-hedgehog

Batpug pet-halloween-costume-10

Harry Potter Dogs pet-halloween-costume-11

Princess Leia Kittypet-halloween-costume-12

Skeleton Dog pet-halloween-costume-13

Mario Catpet-halloween-costume-14

Cop And A Burglar Golden Retrievers pet-halloween-costume-15

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15 Animals That Will Hunt You Back

All big game animals can be dangerous when injured or cornered, the following list shows the top 15 most perilous animals to hunt, where the hunter may become the hunted!



African Bull Elephants


For the seasoned African hunter, the elephant is a coveted trophy hunt. But, as the world’s largest land animal, he can be a challenging and dangerous target. African elephants differ greatly from their Chinese or Indian cousins in size and temper. Male African elephants (bulls) stand up to 13 feet tall and can weigh over 7,000 pounds. Elephants are also exceptionally intelligent.

Combining their weight, size and intelligence, elephants also have an aggressive streak and have been known to go on rampage or charge hunters.

Spotted Hyenas


The spotted hyena is Africa’s most common large carnivore. Over the years, humans and hyenas have come into close contact in Africa, leading to mutual predation. Reputed to be cowardly and timid, the hyena can be bold and dangerous, attacking humans and other animals. Hyenas will readily feed on human corpses and may develop bold behaviour towards living humans, having acquired a taste for human flesh.

Hyenas stand about 36 inches at the shoulder and can weigh up to 150 pounds, depending on the animal’s origin in Africa.



Leopards are nocturnal hunters and hunting them with a light is illegal. This makes them incredibly challenging to catch in the dark and all the more dangerous for the hunter.

 A leopard’s diet varies greatly, depending on what’s available, from dung beetles to adult elands weighing up to 2,000 pounds. These large cats will also take domestic livestock when other food sources are scarce. Leopards are the kings of stealth and will stalk close to their prey and then run a short distance to take it down. They kill through suffocation by grabbing their prey by the throat and biting down. Leopards have been known to take humans as prey.



Although known to be less aggressive than the larger crocodile (which is illegal to hunt in North America), attacks by alligators are not unheard of, especially in or near cloudy waters where the attack can often be a case of mistaken identity. Alligator bites are serious injuries, due to the reptile’s bite force and risk of infection. As human populations increase, and as they build houses in low-lying areas or fish or hunt near water, incidents are inevitable where alligators invade, or appear to invade, human life.

As with all crocodilians, and as opposed to many mammals where size eventually diminishes as the animal gets older, healthy alligators continue to grow throughout their lives and the oldest animals are the largest. Very old, large male alligators reach an expected maximum size of up to 15 feet in length, and weigh up to 1,000 pounds. But larger specimens have been reported.

Wild Boars


Found in many countries around the world, the wild boar has a long history with humans. While domestic pigs, both captive and feral, have been in North America since the earliest days of European colonization, it wasn’t until the 19th century that wild boars were introduced to the New World. Wealthy landowners released the boars as big game animals.

A wild boar is very a tough animal and hunters need to make sure the shot is in the kill zone. An injured wild boar can turn on a hunter and become very dangerous. Although they don’t have claws, they do have sharp tusks, which can cause a lot of damage if the hunter is gouged.

Although their size varies greatly depending on environment, a western wild boar can reach up to 440 pounds.

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Adult male polar bears can weigh up to 1,500 pounds and reach almost 10 feet in height, making them the largest predator on Earth. Given their massive size; a sense of smell that is second-to-none, being able to detect seals up to 1.6 kilometres away and under three feet of ice; and sprinting speeds up to 40 kilometres an hour, the polar bear is one of North America’s most dangerous animals to hunt. Although their typical prey is seal, polar bears will kill and eat pretty much anything they can stalk and catch – including people.

For hunting, the polar bear has a few tricks to rely on. When still-hunting, the bear uses its excellent sense of smell to locate a seal breathing hole and crouches nearby, waiting in silence, for a seal to appear. The bear may lay in wait for several hours. When the seal exhales, the bear smells its breath, reaches into the hole with a forepaw and drags it out onto the ice. The polar bear kills the seal by biting its head to crush its skull. The polar bear also hunts by stalking seals resting on the ice, getting in close and then rushing the last 30 or 40 feet for a surprise attack. With hunting methods such as these, and a coat that helps the bears blend seamlessly with the surrounding snow, hunters need to be acutely aware of their surroundings.



Also known as a mountain lion, puma or panther, this North American big cat is intelligent and curious, known to stalk hunters just to observe their behaviour. In the majority of cases, cougars mean no harm and fade away into the background before a hunter can take notice. But on occasion, when a cougar attacks a human, he usually has no hint of the cat’s presence until it’s on top of him. The primary danger from a cougar is not being charged while hunting – it’s being stalked and attacked before you have time to bring your gun to your shoulder.

Cougars are the fourth largest cat, with adults standing up to 35 inches at the shoulder and adult males reaching 7.9 feet in length. Males typically weigh between 115 and 220 pounds.



The North American bison is one of the largest of the world’s bovines, known for its vitality and unpredictable temperament. Herds of bison were slaughtered for their hides during the 19th century, similar to elephants hunted for their ivory in Africa, but hunting these animals one-on-one is a potentially dangerous adventure.

Bison are generally not as aggressive as their African cousin, the Cape buffalo, but they are much bigger and can be difficult to kill. If they feel threatened or take exception to a hunter’s behaviour, they have been known to charge. With the bison’s massive frame and horns, this could spell disaster for the hunter standing in the way.

There are two subspecies of bison in North America – the plains bison and the wood bison. A bison has a shaggy, long, dark brown winter coat, and a lighter-weight, lighter brown summer coat. Plains bison are often in the smaller range of sizes, and wood bison in the larger range. Head-and-body length ranges from 6.6 to 11.5 feet long, the tail adding 12 to 36 inches. Shoulder height in the species can range from 60 to 73 inches and weight can range from 700 to 2,000 pounds.

Tuskless African elephants


After hundreds of years of being hunted for their ivory, there is a shift happening in the gene pool of African elephants and a larger population is tuskless, both male and female.

In areas where elephants are overpopulated, some parks have permits for hunters to take tuskless elephants of either sex, but generally hunters will be looking for cows. Cow elephants are notoriously more aggressive than bulls and protective of not only their own young, but also other young in the herd. Tuskless bulls also tend to be more aggressive than tusked bulls.



Lions and other African big cats are some of the most challenging and dangerous animals to hunt. With exceptional night vision, keen intelligence, fearlessness, speed and agility, a hunter can quickly become the hunted. There have been several documented cases of man-eating lions in Africa – lions that specifically target humans as prey.

Lions range in size from about 380 pounds to 420 pounds, depending on where they are found in Africa, with lengths up to eight feet, two inches.



Hippos are considered to be one of the most dangerous large animals in Africa. They are, by nature, extremely aggressive and territorial, and female hippos are protective of their young. Attacks against humans are well documented, with hippos tipping over boats that enter their water space or chasing humans on land with no apparent provocation.

The hippo is the third heaviest land animal, after the rhinoceros and elephant. Despite their weight and stocky legs, hippos have been recorded as running at 30 kilometres an hour over short distances. Combine these characteristics with their aggressive and unpredictable nature and you have an exceptionally dangerous animal.

Cape Buffalos


Unlike it’s Asian counterpart, the water buffalo, the African Cape buffalo has never been domesticated and is only distantly related to other larger bovines.

Known as “The Black Death,” the Cape buffalo’s unpredictable nature makes it hazardous for humans to hunt and has been known to gore or kill over 200 people every year. A wounded Cape buffalo will ambush and attack its pursuers.

Cape buffalo can stand up to 5.6 feet at the shoulder and weigh as much as 2,000 pounds.

Grizzly and Brown Bears


Grizzly and brown bears are actually the same species – the division is geographical, not genetic. On the coast, they are brown bears. Inland, they are grizzly bears. Abundant forage, particularly the Alaskan salmon runs, provide the opportunity for the coastal brown bears to reach their phenomenal size. An adult grizzly might weigh up to 700 pounds, 400 pounds for a female. A very large brown bear might weigh 1,000 pounds and an exceptional example can tip the scale at 1,600 or more pounds. That is bigger than most buffalo, which in prehistoric times were dinner for grizzlies.

Both grizzly and brown bears are temperamental, ferocious and can be very unpredictable. They are also intelligent and curious.



A rhino’s size and speed once made it one of the most dangerous animals to hunt. Due to excessive poaching, however, most species of rhinoceros are now threatened with extinction. The exception is the white rhino, which can be hunted in South Africa and Nambia. These brawny beasts can measure about six feet at the shoulder and weigh up to 7,700 pounds. Despite their weight, rhinos can charge at speeds of almost 50 kilometres an hour.

Even though they are such large creatures, they are very good at hiding on the African landscape. Big game hunters consider them one of the most difficult and frustrating game to hunt.



Hunted for their fur and for the threat they pose to wildlife, livestock and people, the wolf has been a targeted quarry for hunters for thousands of years. Wolves are generally taken in the late fall or early winter, when their coats are at peak quality, and when the snow makes it easier to track them.

A shot wolf must be approached with caution, as they have been known to play possum. A wolf that has been trapped or cornered by hunters may act aggressively, and older, more experienced wolves may fight savagely.

Male North American gray wolves, also known as a timber wolf or western wolf, can reach a weight of up to 100 pounds and is a species that has adapted well to today’s challenges, capable of hunting large prey.


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21 Examples Of The Best Animal Parenting You Will See

Being a parent is a big responsibility, even in the animal world.  These parents are totally doing it right. Bet you can’t make it through these photos without saying AWWW at least once!

animalparent01Two in the Hand

animalparent02Longing For Each Other

animalparent03Bath Time!

animalparent04Playing Opossum

animalparent05Hairball In The Making

animalparent06Not So Ugly Ducklings

animalparent07Squirrely Baby

animalparent08Bearly Hanging On

animalparent09 It’s A Real Tail Biter

animalparent10You’ve Got A Cling-On

animalparent11Trunk In Trunk

animalparent12Good Kitty

animalparent15Just Horsing Around

animalparent16Mama Snuggles

animalparent17Circle of Protection

animalparent18Otterly Adorable

animalparent19Prairie Dog’n It

animalparent20“Don’t Forget to Floss!”

animalparent21The Softer Side Of Crocs

animalparentcrocsDon’t Go Outside Wet: You’ll Catch A Cold!


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Before And After Photos That Are Sure To Make You Say AWWWW!

 Seeing the transformation of these animals is unbelievable.  These before and after photos show just how amazing it is once they find a forever home.


1) Spokey’s happy day


2) Bumble Bee’s new life


3) Jackson’s a changed dog


4) Pillow’s happy face


5) A brand new Sandy


6) Ned’s ride home


7) Amelia’s Christmas joy


8) Bandit and his treat


9) Little fella, big heart


10) Even a Betta fish needs some love



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