39 facts tagged with Cute Facts
There is a bed called the Cuddle Mattress, where it is divided into layers of foam for your arm to slip though.
A couple had their wedding rings engraved with a waveform of their own voices saying "I do."
Baks the blind boxer has a seeing eye goose named Buttons; a four-year-old goose who leads the pup around everywhere either by hanging onto him with her neck, or by honking to tell him which way to go.
A group of pugs is called a grumble.
Dolphins have names for one another.
Katy Perry has a cat named Kitty Purry.
In 2012, a running partner took his runner girlfriend on a run that ended at the place where they first met. When he showed her his GPS tracker, the tracked route read "MARRY ME".
There was a cable network called The Puppy Channel that, for 3 years, broadcast only broadcast footage of puppies playing.
Squirrels will sometimes adopt orphaned baby squirrels that they’re related to.
When dragonflies mate, their tails form a love heart.
The Savannah is the largest domestic cat breed. It resembles a small leopard and behaves like a dog. They can grow up to 40 lbs, have an eight foot vertical jump, and can be trained to walk on a leash and play fetch.
The Pudu deer is the world’s smallest deer. They live in bamboo thickets to hide from predators, and can weigh up to 12 kilograms .
Measuring in at barely 2" long, the Pygmy Jerboa looks like a cross between a mouse and a duckling - and is extremely cute!
A zoo in China gave a gay penguin couple the opportunity to raise a chick.
Baby rabbits are called kittens.
Rex the German Shepherd was a rescue dog with a bad temper. He refused to be fed by humans and would attack strangers, but he’s a changed dog after falling in love with Geraldine the goose!
Meysi is one of the world's smallest dogs, measuring in at just 7cm tall, 12cm long, and weighing a meagre 250 grams (only slightly heavier than a hamster!)
Rats 'laugh' when they are tickled.
Holding hands with someone you love can alleviate physical pain as well as stress and fear.
When cats are happy, they may squeeze their eyes shut.
Kissing releases masses of oxytocin, a "love potion" that helps couples bond and feel more attracted to each other.
The Angora rabbit is the world's fluffiest bunny, bred for its extremely long wool.
A newborn Chinese water deer is so small, it can (almost) be held in the palm of a hand.
The desire to squeeze and hug cute things comes from the same place in your brain as aggression.
A puppy is born blind, deaf, and toothless.
A group of kittens is called a "kindle".
Ten seconds of hugging a day increases levels of oxytocin, which can reduce blood pressure, thus cutting the risk of heart disease.
When a male gentoo penguin "falls in love" with a female penguin, he searches the entire beach to find the perfect pebble to present to her.
Cuddling (or other ‘love’ acts) helps to heal physical wounds faster due to the release of Oxytocin which is proven to reduce swelling.
A new born kangaroo is small enough to fit in a spoon!
Raj from the Big Bang Theory is married to Miss India.
In 2011, archaeologists discovered the skeletal remains of a Roman couple who have been holding hands for 1,500 years.
Sergeant Stubby was the only war dog to be promoted to sergeant through combat in WWI. He saved his regiment from surprise mustard gas attacks, found and comforted the wounded, and even once caught a German spy by the seat of his pants, holding him there until American Soldiers found him.
Some British police cars carry a teddy bear to console children after an accident.
Cows have best friends and get stressed when they are separated.
There's a young hippo and a 130+ year old tortoise in a Kenyan wildlife preserve who are best friends and they even sleep and play together.
Sandy, an African Penguin, has been in 'love' with her keeper at the Nuremburg zoo since 1996.
Sea otters hold hands while sleeping so they don’t drift away from each other.
One litter of kittens can be produced by more than one father.