While ago, we wrote a post about cute wild mice and today we will talk about pet rat. You might find mice are lovely when they are outside, but when they are actually at your home, especially when they are not invited, you probably won’t tell any cuteness from them. However, there are still many people choose to raide them as pet and they are acutally pretty cute as well. They are not gross or filthy. They groom themselves just as much as cats do and they are also incredible at learning tricks quickly. For example, they can recognize their own names, roll over or play catch just like dogs. They are also very affectionate with other rats and their favorite humans, too! Here we have 30 photos to prove our point, pet rat is lovely and cute!
When something comes in mini size, they are usually cuter than their normal size fellow. Miniature pigs, also known as micro pigs, pocket pigs, or teacup pigs, have seen an increase in popularity in being kept as pets. They are intelligent animals and can be house-trained. They do not shed and tend to keep themselves clean. Hence, many people love to have them as home pet and you can find a lots of adorable pictures about those miniature pigs. Here we rounded up 40 cute photos from internet. Take a look and hope them make your day.
The short-tailed weasel, or stoat, is an adorable little creature. When it’s in its pure white winter coat, it is called ermine. In the spring and summer, its fur is a reddish brown. Here we have collected some cute photos of ermine during winter time. When surrounded by snow, you may not notice the presence of this little creature, unless you spotted his beady black eyes and his tiny pink nose. Take a look at these adorable animals and it can make your day.
Ready to move by Jacques-Andre Dupont
Starting in the summer of 2014, LA-based artist Lili Chin presented the series “Dogs of The World”, which is a collection of 192 canine breeds by their geographic origins. From Asian dogs to Russian dogs, from French dogs to English dogs, Chin successfully create these cartoon-style illustration that highlight the unique appearance of each dog. Chin’s work is not only enjoyable but also educational, certainly helpful for any dog love or potential dog owner. If you like Chin’s work, you can purchase prints, tote bags, t-shirt, bedding and pillow case in her Society6 store.
PS: All the rights belong to artist. For further information, please contact Lili Chin on doggiedrawings.