According to Native American beliefs, we all have totem or spirit animals. Here are some ways you can find out which animals are symbolic to you.

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Posted by Laurie Kay Olson

Okay, I am all ready to go to that Mardi party. I've heard that they are going to serve Gras. I'm not sure about eating French grass, but a party sounds fun.

Posted by Lady Bee

Dogs and cats typically eat from bowls that sit on the floor, but even raised food bowls can attract ants.

Posted by Kitty Devine

They say that everyone is Irish on St. Patrick's Day. Perhaps the most extreme example of this comes in the form of this adorable St. Patrick's Day Emperor Penguin.

Why settle for a boring pet trim when the Igogo Pet Salon will nick-nack, paddy-wack, give your dog a bone trim!

Posted by Laurie Kay Olson

Whatcha doin'? Can I help? Is it food? I'll be happy to eat it for you!

Posted by Ron Callari

How could it be that a young female Polish cow would rather hang with some beefy bison versus her own species?

Posted by Laurie Kay Olson

I'm feeling so cooped up! If only I had thumbs I could get myself out of this chicken outfit.

So-called 'zebra crossings' aren't just for zebras (actually they're not for zebras at all) but it's good to know that all creatures great and small deserve – and often get – their very own dedicat