A scruffy-looking dog chained in front of a meat market in China was able to escape certain death after seeking help from an animal lover.
Silent plea for help: Bound to be killed for its meat, an American Eskimo Dog at the market in Jilin Province apparently made a desperate attempt to save itself by extending its paw to a passerby on Oct. 26 last year, MailOnline reports. The video recently went viral.
In line with COVID-19 quarantine policies, an annual pet blessing event in Quezon City, Philippines was held via drive-through for the first time on Sunday.
The event, which debuted in 2005, was held in observance of the feast day of St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals.
An untrained German Shepherd has gone viral on Chinese social media for acting as a lookout for his little human, Guanlin, so she could watch TV instead of doing her homework and for picking up the delivery when his owners are not home.
Nuomi, a German Shepherd adopted by the family four years ago, was not a trained canine, but he knows how to alert the little girl whenever her parents are coming, according to South China Morning Post.
The Hong Kong Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department announced on Wednesday that a dog had tested positive for the virus during a recent checkup while not showing any symptoms. The dog had reportedly tested as a “weak positive” for the COVID-19 virus last month in an earlier checkup, reports The Guardian.
A Chinese man has blown the minds of many viewers after building a luxurious 2-story house for his dogs.
You probably begged your parents for a pet when you were growing up. Your classmates had a dog, a cat or even a hamster, but you were left to your own devices. Your strict Asian parents vehemently told you “absolutely no animals” in the house. You cried. It didn’t make a difference. And so, you resigned to Neopets or Club Penguin for another day.
You’re a bit older now and have finally gotten that pet you wanted so much for yourself. Well, guess what? Your parents love that pet to pieces! Sometimes you think even more than they love you.
A video of a little girl getting plenty of love and smooches from her pet parrot Mai Mai is melting hearts on the Internet.
The adorable moment was captured in Taiwan on Nov. 2.
A video posted on Facebook has gone viral for showing a female pet owner singing to her dying pet dog as he takes his final breath.
A Japanese Twitter user recently shared a rather unconventional, unique, and allegedly effective method on how to get your lost cats back – and it involves talking to another stray cat.
Twitter user @charlie0816 recently took to social media to share what he learned, and said that apparently, speaking to other stray cats in the area and asking them to tell your cat to come home is a sure fire way to get your lost pet to return to you.
Residents were shocked after finding dead bodies of a dog and a cat outside a residential high-rise in Chongqing, China Thursday last week. Many suspected the animals were thrown from the building during a domestic dispute between a husband and his pregnant wife.
The incident reportedly happened on September 6 at around 5 p.m. when a woman, whose name was not mentioned in the report, heard a loud thump on the ground while she was walking her dog in the city near the high-rise residential.
A 7-month-old dog has gone viral after a video showing his undying loyalty to his disabled owner by helping him push his wheelchair through the streets of Davao City, Philippines was posted on social media.
The heartwarming moment was first captured and shared online by Facebook user Misis Faith. L Revilla on June 30.
A popular YouTuber in Japan sparked outrage among many Japanese netizens after releasing a video which shows the channel’s owner apparently abusing his pet hamster.
Angry netizens are now calling for the arrest of the person behind Japanese YouTube channel Ham Ham Exploration Party for the abuse of a hamster.