Internet-famous cat Lil Bub dies at age 8

Internet-famous cat Lil Bub dies at age 8

However, Bridavsky said he did not expect Lil Bub to pass away so soon."To say that our family is devastated would be an understatement But most importantly, BUB has made a huge difference in the world of animal welfare, and in the lives of millions of people worldwide" Bridavsky wrote.

Grumpy Cat dies aged seven: 'Some days are grumpier than others'

Grumpy Cat dies aged seven: 'Some days are grumpier than others'

The seven-year-old cat, real name Tardar Sauce or Tard, became one of the internet’s first “petfluencers” after gaining fame online for her perpetually gloomy gaze, launching an empire worth millions.

Viral sensation Grumpy Cat has died at 7

Viral sensation Grumpy Cat has died at 7

Tardar Sauce first became known in 2012 when Bryan Bundesen, the brother of the cat's owner, Tabatha Bundesen, posted a picture on Reddit that said, "Meet grumpy cat.".

Fury as puppy bought and dumped on SAME DAY - warning over click-and-buy CRISIS

Fury as puppy bought and dumped on SAME DAY - warning over click-and-buy CRISIS

The tragic stories of Truffle the 12 week old Jack Russell and April the tiny cockapoo are being highlighted by Battersea Dogs and Cats Home to show how people are buying pets on impulse over the internet.

The internet is obsessed with Knickers the giant Australian cow

The internet is obsessed with Knickers the giant Australian cow

In the world of cows on the internet, Knickers is kind of a big deal. That means Knickers gets to live out his days on the 3,000-acre property "coaching" the normal-sized cattle about where to graze, and presumably eating everything until Australia is a barren continent.

Dogstars … is it time canine actors had their own Academy Award?

Dogstars … is it time canine actors had their own Academy Award?

From Dogs – a new Netflix series about our relationships with canines – to Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs via Italy’s Oscar-nominated drama Dogman, shaggy-dog stories have been inescapable on-screen in 2018.

Why populists adore cats – and use them in their political propaganda

Why populists adore cats – and use them in their political propaganda

Fans of Matteo Salvini, Italy’s rightwing, populist deputy prime minister, have been sending him images of their cats so he can post the cute, furry faces on his Facebook page and give his relentless attacks on migrants a more cuddly setting.