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Meet Lottie and Grizzly: Two Dogs Who Achieved Friendship Goals Better Than You Did

Showdog Lottie met Grizzly the rescued dog, and since then they’ve become inseparable.


Having a dog is awesome. Having two dogs is fun. But having two dogs that can’t seem to get enough of each other would definitely brighten your day.

Meet Lottie the Collie and Grizzly the German Shepherd of Ontario, Canada, the siblings/best friends who showed the world that everyone needs a hug.

A video of them posted last month quickly went viral as it showed Lottie putting her paws around her canine pal when asked who her best friend is.

Watch the short clip below and prepare to say “aww…”

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Owner Taylor Duguay said she got Lottie first and trained her to be a show dog. When the Collie was turning one, Duguay got another dog–Grizzly, who was picked up from the streets when he was only seven weeks old. Since then, the two have become best buddies and would spend a lot of time together.

Grizzly showed that he can easily learn tricks, just like Lottie. But Duguay said she didn’t teach them anything about hugging.

“Lottie sort of did it on her own. At first Grizzly wasn’t sure what was going on,” Duguay told DailyMail. “Now when I ask Lottie who her best friend is, you can even catch Grizzly getting ready for the hug and leaning into her,” she added.

The video posted on Lottie’s Facebook page garnered millions of views. These pooches got so popular they even made a guest appearance on Fox & Friends.

Lottie and best pal, Grizzly, getting ready for their guesting on Fox and Friends


When you follow Lottie and Grizzly’s Instagram page, you’ll definitely say they have achieved their friendship goals better than some people ever did.

Just a regular day. Lottie and Grizzly showing the world that a hug a day takes your worries away.

Just a regular day. Lottie and Grizzly showing the world that a hug a day takes your worries away.

That’s what friends are for.


Seriously, when did you last hug your friend? Let Lottie and Grizzly’s friendship story inspire you! Give a friend a hug today and share this story.


This Mosque Opened its Doors to Stray Cats So They Can Stay Safe and Warm

Mustafa Efe considers the furry creatures as “guests” of the mosque.

Stray cats in Istanbul have found a new home in a local mosque. This news recently went viral and captured the hearts of cat-loving individuals all over the world - Muslims and non-Muslims alike!

The Aziz Mahmud Hüdayi Mosque's imam Mustafa Efe has said that they have been allowing stray cats in their place of worship since last year.

In fact, Mustafa considers the furry creatures as “guests” of the mosque and, as you will see on the pictures below, they absolutely feel at home. Actually, some of the cats have even felt really comfy at the mosque that they started having kittens there.

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Largest Creature Ever to Walk The Earth Discovered in Argentina

Gigantic bones of the largest creature ever to walk the Earth have been unearthed in Argentina.

Dinosaurs are diverse group of animals since it varies in size, shape, appearance and mode of living.

They lived millions of years ago known as the Mesozoic Era. This era is divided into three periods; the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous period.

The break up of continents, weather, vegetation and food affected how dinosaurs lived during each period. Triassic period is 250-200 millions years ago, Jurassic period is 200-145 million years ago and Cretaceous period is 145-65 years ago.

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18 Weird and Wonderful Sea Creatures You’ve Never Seen Before

Who would have thought sea creatures like this existed?

How many types of sea creatures can you name? Fish, lobster, shrimp, clams and oysters, seahorse, squid, octopus, jellyfish... well aside from the typical ones we are familiar with and actually eat, there are still lots more undiscovered, unnamed and unseen!

Some scientists say that only around 5% of the sea has been thoroughly explored. The overwhelming water pressure, darkness and temperature as we go deeper in the ocean and its ocean vents, present as major challenges to exploring the sea. But even if we have not been into the pinnacle of discovery, we have made quite some progress. The evidence to that is some of these recent and even old animal discoveries. Some of these are so bizarre-looking you might think they're from a different planet altogether!


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