The fattest pets in the world! (volume 2)

Some new photos of fat animals. The cats are so fat that even can't move. Also you can see the fattest rat in the world. Hope you'll have fun.


Little Fluffy Friends

Have you ever dreamed of having a rabbit? I've decided to buy a couple of them after looking at these photos. Aren't they marvelous? :D

Interesting info:


A healthy indoor pet Rabbit can live between 5 and 15 years. If a rabbit becomes bonded to its humans, the rabbit will often display affection by following, chasing, and eventually resting close beside their humans. In some home environments, they can develop an affinity with cats and even dogs. They can be caged indoors in a small area, but can also be trained to live as free-roaming pets, similar to cats and dogs, although they do like to chew and will chew anything including carpet and electric cords, which must be removed from the rabbit's reach, by running wires high along walls, or protecting with rugs, mats, carpets and furniture. As pet-rabbit medicine, diet, and living environment improves, the rabbit's life span increases.


Amazing Macrophotos of the Spiders.

They surround us but we don't pay attantion, some of us are even afraid of them. But they are so cute and exciting! Enjoy it!

Interesting information:
Arachnophobia is a specific phobia, an abnormal fear of spiders. It is among the most common of phobias. The reactions of arachnophobics often seem irrational to others (and sometimes to the sufferers themselves). People with arachnophobia tend to feel uneasy in any area they believe could harbor spiders or that has visible signs of their presence, such as webs. If they see a spider they may not enter the general vicinity until they overcome the panic attack that is often associated with their phobia. They may feel humiliated if such episodes happen in the presence of peers or family members. The fear of spiders can be treated by any of general techniques suggested for specific phobias.
Arachnophobia is also the title of a 1990 film, as well as a spin-off video game, in which (fictitious) deadly spiders overrun a small California town.

The fattest pets in the world!

It can happen even with your little yellow canary if you feed it whenever it wants. Think about 7 kg rabbits, 15 kg cats, 4 kg hamsters and more than 30 kg dogs! Aren't their owners ashamed of spoiling lives of these animals?