A batch of 41 hatchlings was first found on Pulau Satumu, Raffles Lighthouse Island on 6 August.
“I wanted to dress my cat up in Han-styled clothing but I can’t find pet clothes that had designs I liked and were of good quality, so I've decided to come up with my own,” Qiuqiao shared with Yahoo Lifestyle SEA.
A woman is going viral after sharing a video of a strange, “alien-like” creature that seems to have thousands of social media users scratching their heads.
PETA UK's director Elisa Allen believes the coronavirus lockdown has given animals a respite from humans. She has written an open letter with her views.
These photos of adorable pooches were snapped at just the right moment — leading to some truly unusual images. Some of the pups are sticking out their tongue, while others are just looking at the camera — and the results are hilarious.
A Singapore otter family decided that they would make themselves witnesses to a British couple's marriage proposal – and the adorable scene has been immortalised in a photograph.
Following negative feedback from netizens, the Chinese New Year Dog Circus 2018 show scheduled for February 2018 has been cancelled.
It was a fur-filled event on Saturday (2 December) morning as over a hundred corgis frolicked in the sands of Tanjong Beach on Sentosa island.Billed as the “largest corgi event in Singapore history”, organisers SG Corgi Events said 132 of the short-legged dogs made an appearance, beating the previous record of 80.Corgis mingled and mixed, competing against one another in a “Resist Temptation Competition” and a “Royal Corgi Race”. There were also awards for the Best Dressed Corgi and the Best Corgi Butt. Gatherers also witnessed a corgi wedding, complete with dog-friendly cake.Here are the winners:Temptation Race Winner – Waffle Royal Corgi Race Winner – Spock Best Corgi Butt Winner – Derpy Grand Lucky Draw Winner – Bud BudFollow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook.
Riders and their pets will soon be able to call for pet-friendly Uber rides around Singapore when the service launches on Friday (20 October). Singapore is the first city in Asian to launch the uberPET service, said a statement from Uber on 19 October. Uber cited the growing demand for pet-related services in Singapore as pet ownership grows.
For Anthony Chang, aquarium and zoo visits and a desire to be a scientist, inventor and discoverer led him down a path of science, and eventually to marine biology. “As a child, my parents brought me to the Van Cleef Aquarium in Singapore and later the Singapore Zoo and Zoo Negara in Malaysia. All of these zoological facilities had a wide array of animal species, which fascinated me,” Chang told Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore.
Surely it is not uncommon to organise a beauty contest. But how about one for otters? Japan has actually launched the inaugural most kawaii competition for 84 otters from the whole country. This competition, which is open for online voting from 31 August 2017, pits otters from 36 zoos and aquariums in Japan against each other.
Whenever stories of abused or homeless cats surface in the news or social media, many band together to slam the abuser or show concern for the welfare of cats. It was no surprise to see the same support from many local netizens after news broke last week that some cats from the Lion City Kitty – The Cat Museum, Muses & Mansion would need to find new homes urgently. Owned by former radio broadcaster Jessica Seet, the Lion City Kitty is located at 8 Purvis Street, with the Cat Museum on the second floor and the Cat Mansion on the third floor.
Brace yourselves for some extreme cuteness overload, guys. A tiny baby beaver was rescued at a golf course near Calgary, Canada, and…
Since it was founded in 2005, Etsy has been the ultimate source for one-stop shopping for people who want to buy unique handmade goods and curated vintage finds. What it sells: Adorable hand-crafted felt creatures and fuzzy objets d'art, woven straight from a flock of long-horned Lithuanian heritage sheep. Then, after graduating in 2004, we began farming with a small flock of sheep called Šiurkščiavilnės — Lithuanian heritage sheep with long hair and horns.