"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.
Harold the cat was saved from almost certain death having been found "running through traffic on a highway."
More than 275,000 people have watched the video in 48 hours, with one user saying: "So cute keeping track of his person."
"The inspection is finished, prepare the food hooman," one TikToker wrote of the footage, while another commented: "That's the electrician."
"Thanks to the app, we know that on some days he meowed over 4000 times a day," creator Lucas Fischer told Newsweek.
A viral video shows a canine that is "patient on the outside but bursting on the inside," according to one TikTok user.
"I probably laughed much harder than I should have," one user said.
A feline's sense of smell is 14 times stronger than a human's, so when a cat is gone for even a short time, its housemate won't recognize its altered scent.
Brandon Bennett has been delighting followers on TikTok by decking his dog out in an array of festive outfits.
"We're just hoping he makes it. He still has a long way to go," Natalie Thomson from Stray Rescue of St. Louis' told Newsweek.
"He's definitely plotting your death," wrote one Facebook user, while another posted, "He was a cute toast but is an even cuter avocado!"
"Buy another dog that looks the exact same and give it to him," wrote one TikToker, while another posted, "It's good that you both love him so much."
The older brother said that the 9-year-old will "never be the same again," adding: "We're devastated. We don't have words to describe the feeling we have now."
"Birds are so smart, and this is too cute," one commenter wrote.
Over 7 million people have watched, with one writing: "The golden strategy is to hold steady and let their opponent expend all their energy before they ATTACK."
"Dogs love their grandparents," one commenter said.
The mom-of-three said she would "never" trust her teenage daughter again after the incident.
"On this day I was a little bit late to give her her share. She was excited," the dog's owner told Newsweek.
Over eight million people have watched the "hilarious" TikTok video, and it seems this owner isn't the only one to have once assumed the worst for their pet.
Ollie the cat's hilariously confused look around his owner's empty apartment has been delighting viewers online.
According to a study from 2016, golden retrievers have a higher likelihood of being obese than other dog breeds.
Ozgur Gevrekoglu, who was reportedly shot by his dog, had become a father less than 2 weeks before his death.
Kakoa and Sky hosted four of their doggy friends for Thanksgiving, including Corky the pug, who was very late for dinner.
"At least the carpet got a deep clean," wrote one TikTok user, while another posted, "Just look at his face, it's 100% not him."
According to a wedding expert, 60 percent of her clients don't want children at their wedding, but dogs are a different story.
This week's runners-up include a hunter/gatherer cat, a young-at-heart black Labrador, and stray-turned-house cat.