There are amazing little known facts and history about our wonderful furry little friends. Historically pets have been a huge part of peoples hearts and lives. See amazing and little known animal facts below
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preserved, a hunting dog whose bandages fell off long ago likely
belonged to a pharaoh. As a royal pet, it "would have been fed nibbly
bits and spoiled rotten," says Salima Ikram. When it died, it was
interred in a specially prepared tomb in the Valley of the Kings.
This Genetic Mutation is called Double Muscling The National Center for Biotechnology Information
In San Mateo California, Dusty the cat, AKA) "Klepto the Cat" kept a neighborhood under siege for 3 years. Neighbors were robbed by this little stinker until one day ....the owners did some investigating. They knew Dusty could not afford all the stuff on his meager allowance. Everyone got their stuff back and no charges were filed against Dusty.
A Tibetan mastiff became the
world's most expensive dog. Someone in China paid more than $1.5 million for
him, the New York Post reporter
euthanized and survives! Animal Control Officer Scott Prall was the one who
heard Wall-e whimpering in the dumpster.
Tia, a 2 year old Neopolitan Mastiff gave birth to the world’s largest litter in 2005. She delivered 24 puppies by Cesarean section. Twenty of them survived, setting another record of the most surviving puppies.
It sounds like a fable or a fairy tale. The main characters are an
orphaned baby hippopotamus and a 130-year-old giant tortoise. The hippo
was rescued from a natural disaster of biblical proportions, and the
tortoise was meant to be dinner a century ago. But the story of Owen the
hippo and Mzee the tortoise is absolutely true.