When U.S. lawmakers couldn’t agree on raising the debt ceiling, the government shut down for two weeks. Naturally, this had some pretty drastic effects, most glaringly, the National Zoo pulling the plug on its beloved panda cam. When the live feed, which broadcasts the daily lives of two giant pandas, went dark, the Internet did not respond well. At all. The only positive outcome of this lack of round-the-clock pandas was that other animal cams got their turn to shine. But of course, after the two-week deprivation, the Internet breathed a collective sigh of relief when the zoo shared a very important message on Twitter: “The panda cam is back ON!”
Lentil, found on fb as My Name is Lentil, should have been on this list. He was born in February with a cleft lip and palate. He not only survived, but has become an "ambassadog" to thousands of children and adults affected by facial differences.
I love Grumpy Cat. She reminds me of a snowshoe (wonderful breed) that I recently lost.
I miss you Pinky. Such a sweet cat.
Let's see here, during the government shutdown, they turned off an internet camera that probably costs $.50 a day to operate but flew the Obama's dog (left behind by accident) on a private flight to meet the family on vacation. I wonder how much that cost?
I don't think those wheels fit him very well, he's constantly lifting them up.. they are too big, or maybe is the arnes
@Chiroderma he's got new ones now! those were the very first he had. he really get around wonderfully now.