The Weekly Buzz! Elephants May Hold Cancer Cure, Raccoon Thinks She's A Dog, & More

It's been a busy and buzzy week for news relating to pets and wildlife.  You've got to see the Russian robo-cockroach, the raccoon who think she's a dog, and the lost chicken who was found drinking out of a London game store toilet.  Also find out why what researchers have learned about elephants may lead to a cure for cancer.  See the sweetheart of a kitty who saved her master from committing suicide. There's more, of course; check it out!

10 Really Funny & Memorable Photos From The 2015 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards

The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards are a tribute to funny and fun wildlife photography; excellent photography comes first, humor second.  Founded by Paul Joynson-Hicks, himself a wildlife photographer, the Awards are a tribute to the sanctity of wildlife as well as to the wildlife photographer who brings the majestic images of these creatures to us. 

Decorate With Animal Gargoyles This Halloween

Decorate your home with accents from the Middle Ages for Halloween this year with gargoyle statues. You can choose between Small Creepy Halloween Gargoyles or Large Creepy Halloween Gargoyles. Both come with flashing red eyes to scare the pants off your guests.

The Weekly Buzz! Elephant Bash, Alligators On Helium, Cat On Your Head? & More...

A birthday bash for elephants, cats on your head, alligators on helium, and pet poisons, with pet advice from Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson... These stories and more are here for your curiousity at the Weekly Buzz!

(Just) 10 Brilliant Photo Finalists From The Wildlife Photographer Of The Year Awards

Yes, just 10 unbelievably brilliant photographs to show you from the group of 100 finalists of the British Natural History Museum's Wildlife Photographer of the Year Award 2015.  The competition is now 51 years old, the oldest and most prestigious wildlife photography challenge in the world, open to professional and amateur photographers of all ages.   If you're considering entering next year, you will be welcome, but take a look at the kind of competition you'll be facing....

Want To Keep Safe During An Epidemic Or Disaster? Let These Animals Guide You

The American Public Health Association (APHA) has prepared 'Ready, Pet, Go,' a public service calendar for kids and adults on the importance of being prepared in case of an epidemic or natural disaster, occurrences that are more prevalent every year.  The calendar is about teaching kids (and adults!) protective tips through lessons learned from animals and even insects like bees!  Read on to see some of the neat photos and captions in the calendar....

The Fastest Snail In The Galaxy! The Animal Video Of The Day!!!

This snail has some serious hardware under the hood... um... under the shell.