"This horse is so well-mannered," one user wrote.
Izzy the cat has worked out that if he positions himself in front of the doorbell camera and lets out a few meows his owner lets him in.
Viktor Makarov recently suggested using the animals as suicide bombers in Ukraine to blow up tanks after previously suggesting the dogs be sent to China.
Riley the Golden Retriever loves playing fetch and going to Starbucks.
Denzel the dog was a flurry of tail wagging and paw tip-tapping in the resurfaced viral clip.
"It was very considerate of them to take their fur coats off before getting in the water," commented one TikTok user.
According to a study, 47 percent of American pet owners across the country experience anxiety for having to leave their pet.
"Everyone should take fighting their demons this seriously!" one TikToker wrote, while another commented, "I assume cats are trying access another dimension."
"OK! who let the cat time-travel again?" one user said.
According to the video, Buxton "had enough" of his sister Pivot doing zoomies with a squeaky toy around the couch.
"The force of his biting was shaking my head, but I finally pushed him off...something from his mouth flew through the air and hit the wall."
"I keep replaying this in my mind in case I ever need it," one TikToker wrote. Another posted of the vet behind the method, "Dr. Williams for president 2024."
"I'm literally crying, thank you for adopting that cute cat," one user online said.
Wally the cat's crestfallen expression prompted a whole lot of "awws" when the video was shared online.
The birthday party fail has been watched more than 13 million times on TikTok, with one viewer commenting: "This is why you train your dog."
"One couple drove seven hours to get him, but they decided not to get him because of his refusal to respond to them," said the dog's new owners.
Newsweek spoke to the experts to find out why washing your dog more than once a month is bad for their health.
Several users on TikTok were amused by the "hurricane" and "tornado" style moves of the dog in the latest viral video.
"Ninety percent of dogs tested with Embark will have at least one dog in Embark's database as genetically related as human first cousins," said Embark DNA.
Viewers believe the unusual breed might be a mix between a pug and the typically bald Chinese crested.
The condition, which sees dogs exhibit a loud, hacking cough, can be caused by a combination of viruses and bacteria.
"I'm crying just at the idea that he might never know how cute he is," one TikTok user wrote.
Almost 87,000 people have liked the viral tweet, with one commenter saying, "You most definitely better have given that poor boy dino nuggets."
"Sprinkle the tree with cayenne pepper," suggested one TikTok user, while another recommended an "aluminium foil tree blanket."
"I'm never going to your house. Can't take the judgement," joked one TikTok user.
Can animals really make friends? Scientists believe only a select group of mammals are able to form strong bonds.
The TikTok video led users to ask if it's "whiskers fatigue," with one writing, "My cat expects treats then acts like Gordon Ramsay when there is none."
One TikTok commenter described Belle as "perfection," while another declared: "I would give my life for her."
"He loves a good cuddle. I could spend hours just hugging him or laying on his back in the field," cattle farmer Chrissy Chin told Newsweek.