If you are a feline lover and are looking for a dose of feline joy, you've come to the right place. This photo gallery is dedicated to those wonderful furry creatures that populate our homes and give us moments of pure joy.
From their funny grimaces to their hilarious poses, these 14 cats are ready to capture your attention and make you smile. We pick out the funniest and quirkiest moments to make your day a little more feline and carefree. No matter if you are a cat lover or simply looking for a break from everyday stress, this photo gallery will make you feel good and appreciate the comical and charming side of these extraordinary animals.
You will discover a variety of breeds and personalities, but all with one thing in common: the talent to bring a smile to your face. Get ready to immerse yourself in a world of pure feline fun!
As in the rest of the southern hemisphere, winter is slowly arriving in Australia. The cold, snow and frost also arrived in Sydney, one of the continent's most important cities, where one of the country's largest zoos is located.
Snow therefore fell abundantly on the Sydney Zoo, and the animals celebrated the change of season with a bit of play in the snow and plenty of snacks from the park's staff.
Kangaroos, rodents and other animals enjoyed a beautiful day surrounded by everyone's attention, which was certainly good for the harmony of the animals themselves but also for the zoo workers and visitors.
An incredible story comes from Rome, where a snapping turtle (Chelydra serpentina) was found in a private garden in Capena, a municipality on the outskirts of the capital.
It is an animal classified as dangerous to public health and safety, and in fact it is not possible for a private individual to keep one at home. Its bite is in fact very dangerous, the authorities warn, even capable of detaching fingers.
Now, it is thought that this animal is breeding on the outskirts of Rome, creating havoc among the authorities involved in managing the matter. The snapping turtle can indeed be very unpredictable and dangerous, especially if it comes into contact with children who have no idea how to approach it.