A Family of Five Ferret Brothers Adopt a Rescue Kitten and Accept Her as One of Their Own

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Komari Kitten

When a stray kitten, now named Komari, came into the lives of five ferret brothers, they readily brought her into their close-knit family, accepting her as one of their own. Komari was equally accepting of the ferrets and the happy six of them have lived as a complete family ever since.





Komari and Ferret

photos by garo004giru

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Disney•Pixar Lovingly Celebrates 20 Years of Animated Friendship in a New Promo for ‘The Good Dinosaur’

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Disney•Pixar has released a new promo for their upcoming animated film, The Good Dinosaur, that lovingly celebrates 20 years of friendship in their touching movies. The compilation video starts off with the strong friendship between Buzz and Woody in Toy Story (1995) and ends with the prehistoric pals Arlo and Spot in The Good Dinosaur, which is currently set to arrive in theaters on November 25th, 2015.

“The Good Dinosaur” asks the question: What if the asteroid that forever changed life on Earth missed the planet completely and giant dinosaurs never became extinct? Pixar Animation Studios takes you on an epic journey into the world of dinosaurs where an Apatosaurus named Arlo makes an unlikely human friend. While traveling through a harsh and mysterious landscape, Arlo learns the power of confronting his fears and discovers what he is truly capable of.


An Informative Illustration That Explains What Cats Are Communicating Through Body Language

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Cat Language

Artist, animator and animal lover Lili Chin has created Cat Language, an adorable illustrated guide to what felines are saying with body language. This is a companion to her 2011 piece “Doggie Language“, which featured her own dog, Boogie the Boston Terrier.

Doggie Language

Chin has generously made posters of these and other illustrations available for free download.

images by Lili Chen

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What ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’ Would Have Looked Like If It Had Been Made in 1949

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Diane Bullock and Mike Schuster used footage from classic Batman and Superman serials to create a new Vulture Remix imagining what the upcoming Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice film would have looked like if it had been made in 1949.

The 1940s were, in many ways, a better time for superhero filmmaking. The old black-and-white serials about Captain America, Batman, Superman, and the like were comfortingly simple. Instead of sleek armor, the heroes wore costumes that were lumpy and sacklike. Instead of grim brooding, the actors were given to wild exuberance and manic facial expressions. Instead of special effects, there was … uh, basically nothing. Something like Zack Snyder’s awkwardly titled, upcoming mega-blockbuster Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice would’ve been unthinkable for audiences of the period.

in a new Vulture Remix of the