One of these puppies isn’t interested in fitting in, and Japan is more than OK with that.
February is a hard month to face, so why not put on a mask and greet it looking like something else?
Japan is the land of super adorable things and the animals there are no different.
Cats are melting hearts around the country by wrapping tails around their legs, necks and heads to fight the winter chill.
People seriously need to stop chopping onions in here…
Pet owner doesn’t understand why his cats don’t want to show their love like people do.
Turn plain doughnut balls into mounds of smiling edible otters with just a few crafty chocolate moves.
This cat isn’t too cool for a little sub-zero fun.
Ever wonder what it would be like to take a bath with some cute otters? Well, this lucky Twitter user gets to do exactly that — right in his own home!
He’s either lazy, impatient, intelligent, or adorable…or maybe all four!
From chocolates to primate “poop”, fans of Shabani the handsome gorilla have a lot to look forward to this Valentine’s Day.
The pet wearables venture company, Anicall, promises a new device and accompanying smartphone app that can read your pet’s emotions.
Can you spot what’s wrong with this picture? None of these adorable animals are real; they were all made by hand.
The popular bowing cat meme has just become a soft carry pouch.
What was supposed to be a fun reptile show in Phuket, Thailand, soon turned gruesome after a Chinese woman was attacked by one of the snakes in it.
Returning home for the holidays after being away for months at school or work, Twitterers all over Japan are finding their pets’ love is rather short-lived. Or at least their memories are!
Proof that humans aren’t the only ones who enjoy pranking their friends.
Since there’s no spot for the cat in the Chinese zodiac, this Japanese kitty turned to some cute cosplay to get in on the Year of the Monkey fun.
Toy manufacturer Takara Tomy A.R.T.S continues its line of bizarre “gacha” capsule toys with cute (?) animals that have developed enormous underbites.
The medieval Scrolls of Frolicking Animals burst into the mainstream with museum exhibits. Soon, they’ll also be available in local gachapon machines!