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Our Top 10 Animal Sidekicks

posted by The Daily Fluff June 28, 2018 0 comments

We all think that our pets are superheroes…they can run at lightning speed, make us happy when we’re sad, and have super senses when it comes to food! We’ve come up with a list of our top 10 favourite animal sidekicks from the big screen!

  1. Timon & Pumbaa (The Lion King)

Why have one sidekick when you can have two! Timon and Pumbaa are the ultimate sidekicks. They’re silly, wise-cracking and caring, and did we mention they sing two of the world’s greatest songs? ‘Hakuna Matata’ and ‘Can You Feel The Love Tonight’.

  1. Scooby-Doo

Scooby is one of the most iconic sidekicks in TV history. He’s Shaggy’s best pal and together they helped solve many mysteries…with many silly mistakes of course, and the help of a few scooby snacks along the way.

  1. Hedwig (Harry Potter)

Hedwig and Harry were the best of friends. She could manoeuvre windows and doorways to successfully deliver parcels (sorry Errol). But most notable of all, she sacrificed herself to save Harry…yep, we’re still recovering.

  1. Donkey (Shrek)

This waffle loving legend is just that…a legend. He sings, befriends almost everyone, and marries a fire breathing dragon. If that’s not the definition of a legend, we don’t know what is!

  1. Dug (Up)

He’s a talking dog! That’s not the main reason we love Dug but being able to communicate with man’s best friend is a definite pro! Dug is bubbly, loves squirrels and won’t take no for an answer – all signs of an excellent sidekick!

  1. Dory (Finding Nemo)

Anyone who can speak whale is a friend worth having if you ask us! Dory is a fun-loving, friendly, short term memory loss suffering fish – what’s not to love? She also gave us some fabulous life-long advice when she said – “just keep swimming”.

  1. Maximus (Tangled)

The noblest horse of them all. Even though he doesn’t speak, Maximus is hilarious – like funniest horse in film history funny. He has impeccable tracking skills, the nose of a sniffer dog and is as noble as noble can be.

  1. Marcel (Friends)

Oh Marcel, where do we begin? Ross adored his capuchin monkey Marcel. After authorities learnt that he was an illegal exotic animal, a chase to find and capture Marcel took place. He ended up in a zoo and then later on ended up a famous movie star monkey!

  1. Slinky (Toy Story)

This little dachshund is truly an asset to our old friends Buzz and Woody. Without Slinky’s exceptional flexibility, the Toy Story gang would be spread far and wide! Go Slinky!

  1. Garfield

Garfield, the orange, fuzzy tabby cat is all of our heroes. He hates Mondays, loves coffee and adores lasagna…can you get a more relatable sidekick?! Did you know that Garfield has been around for 40 years? Crazy right!

How did we go with our top 10 animal sidekicks? Is there any that you think we’ve missed? Let us know in the comments below!


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8 Signs Your Pet Loves You

posted by The Daily Fluff December 31, 2017 0 comments

Ever wonder what your pet really thinks about you or if they are just using you for food? We pour so much love into our four-legged best friend. While they can’t say ‘I love you’ there are other, sometimes bizarre, ways in which they show their affection.

In preparation for Valentine’s Day here is a list of the many ways our pets show their love:

  1. They bring you ‘presents’:

Although not what you’d normally put on your wish list, it is always the thought that counts. Cats are natural predators, so in leaving the odd dead mouse or bird for you, they are either teaching you how to hunt or showing off their abilities. Either way it’s a loving gesture.

Dog’s bred for hunting will do this as well as it also shows they are a top dog!

  1. Snuggles:

If your dog likes to sleep in your bed and cuddle with you then it is a big sign that they like you. Especially after feeding time or in the morning when their motives aren’t food related.

Cats like warm and safe places to sleep, that is mostly your lap and sometimes, for inexplicable reasons, your head.

  1. Tail wagging:

Body language is an excellent way of reading your pet’s mood. When a dog is wagging their tail or their ears are lifted it is safe to say your pup is happy that you are around.

The tail is also a useful tool for reading cats. The word is if a cat’s tail is up and twitches a little that cat is sending off friendly vibes.

  1. Hanging out and following you:

If you’ve ever wondered why your pet follows you around the house or waits for you outside the bathroom, it’s simply because they enjoy your company. Dogs are pack animals and love being around family.

While cats are notoriously independent they are not above seeking company as well.

  1. Eye contact and kitty winks:

Did you know that when your cute kitty winks at you or squints they are saying ‘you’re alright?!’ It’s like a stamp of approval that shows that they trust you.

Dogs are less complicated. Sometimes all you need to do is make brief eye contact with a pooch and they are bounding over to you with a goofy look on their face.

  1. Showing their belly:

When cats show their belly to you it is a sign that they trust you. If you’ve ever had a cat scratch you when giving their tum a little rub they say it’s because it’s a breach of their trust.

On the other hand, most dogs love having their belly scratched. A dog rolls over as a sign of trust as well, but they may just want to scratch a place they can’t reach.

  1. Playing:

Playing catch or tug-of-war with your pup is a good way to strengthen your bond. There’s no harm in a bit of roughhousing as well if it doesn’t go too far. It shows that your dog likes having fun with you!

But it’s not just dogs! Cat’s love playing with their owners as well! A curled tail usually means they are in a playful mood so it’s time to bring out the toys!

  1. The big welcome home:

It’s one of the more obvious signs when you come home and your furry best friend is nearly knocking over furniture in their excitement to see you. They may spring down the hall, rub against your legs, and then pretend they never cared you left.

What are some signs your pet loves you? Comment below.

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15 Fun Facts About Cats

posted by The Daily Fluff September 1, 2017 0 comments

Are you like us and love cats? How much do you actually know about the feline species? Well, we might just blow your mind!

Here are some fun cat facts to test your knowledge because you can never know too many facts, especially about our feline friends.

Read on below for 15 fun fact!

  1. A group of cats is called a clowder
  2. Adult cats only meow to communicate with humans
  3. Despite the constant association between cats and milk, most cats are actually lactose intolerant. So maybe hold off giving your cats a lot of milk.
  4. If you’ve noticed your cat seems to always be sleeping don’t worry, it’s completely normal. The average cat can sleep 16-18 hours per day
  5. Cats have the ability to jump approximately 6 times its height
  6. If a cat falls from 5 storeys up they have about a 90% chance of surviving. They really live up to the idea that a cat always lands on its feet!
  7. Cats greet each other by touching their noses together, similar to how us humans handshake when we greet each other
  8. Cats are unable to taste sweet things
  9. Cats were worshipped in ancient Egypt and were often considered sacred. Something cats seem to have not forgotten to this day
  10. Similar to how each human has a unique fingerprint, each cat has a unique print on their nose
  11. Most female cats are right pawed while most male cats are left pawed.
  12. Cats can make over 100 vocal sounds. In comparison, dogs can only make 10 vocal sounds
  13. A female cat is called a ‘queen’ or a ‘molly’
  14. Cats spend a large portion of their waking hours cleaning themselves. According to Cornell University’s College of Veterinary Medicine cats typically spend 30 to 50 per cent of their day cleaning and grooming themselves
  15. When a cat rubs against you it’s not just a sign of affection. They are actually leaving their scent on you as a way to mark their territory. Essentially letting other cats know that you belong to them.

Did you find any of these facts interesting? Any that took you by surprise? Let us know in the comments!

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4 Fun Indoor Games to Play With Your Cat

posted by The Daily Fluff April 5, 2017 0 comments

Think cats only love to sleep all day? Think again! Contrary to popular belief, cats are just as active as dogs, and need daily exercise as much as they do. However, you simply cannot take your cat for a walk outside. Think of the chaos that would happen! That’s why we’ve come up with a list of fun games you can play with your cat right in your very own home!

  1. Fetch:

Despite what you may think, cats love to play fetch like dogs do! Get a small sized toy and wave it in your kitty’s face to get their attention. Throw it across the room in an easy-to-access space and watch as your puss chases after it. You’ll be surprised to know that your cat is likely to pick it up in their mouth and bring it back to you. If they don’t bring it back, that’s okay! Try reinforcing a fetching behaviour by rewarding them with treats or a nice pat. Otherwise, just pick the toy up and throw it again. You’ll be able to get some exercise too!

  1. Chasey:

This game can come with hilarious results. It involves a string, a feathered wand or even a stick from your backyard (make sure it’s safe). Grab your cat’s attention by dragging it across the floor in their view. Your kitten’s eyes will grow big as they notice the strange presence that has invaded their space. Slowly back away as the object is pulled from their view. As you move, your cat may wiggle their butts in anticipation. When they’re ready, your wild cat will pounce! Feel free to get creative by increasing and decreasing the speed of your dragging, or even waving the object in the air. Your cat will run, jump and leap as they try to catch its prey. They will not rest until their foe is defeated!

  1. Boxes of Fun:

For the D.I.Y master, why not build a box fort for your little adventurer to explore? Create a cubby house by grabbing some cardboard boxes and cutting out entrances, passageways and pits for your cat to scavenge through. Your curious kitten with love conquering and claiming themselves to be the king or queen of the castle! Try throwing in a ball or some food to liven up the quest. After all, every great explorer needs a fun challenge to keep the story interesting!

  1. Hide and Seek:

This classic game can be played in a number of ways so you and your cat will never be bored. If your cat is the seeker, hide in a spot and peak out so they’ll notice you. Watch as your little predator stalks you like you’re their prey. Be careful. Cats can be crafty and will sneak up to you before you know it. If you prefer to be the seeker, lay out some paper bags for your cat to hide in. Of course it’ll be easy to find them as they cannot keep still in their teeny tiny forts. Make sure the bags are handle free to avoid choking. Have some fun and poke the bags. Your cat will whip out their paws so their disturbance will be gone!

It will be impossible for you and your cat to be bored with this list of games. Every day will be a fun-filled feline frenzy!

What are some fun indoor games you play with your cat? Comment below and let us know!

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10 Fun Facts About Rabbits

posted by The Daily Fluff April 4, 2017 0 comments

When someone says Easter, what comes to your mind? Chocolate, eggs, and of course, bunnies! Rabbits are one of the cutest pets to have around. With their twitching noses and fluffy ears, it’s impossible not to fall in love with them! In keeping with the Easter theme, we’ve decided to pay tribute to our favourite fluffy hoppers and come up with a list fun facts about rabbits!

  1. Rabbits or Bunnies?

Rabbits and bunnies are the same animal. There is no difference except your preference of name! However, they are different to hares, who are larger, have longer ears and are typically less social.

  1. Litters of Litters:

It is pretty well known that rabbits have large litters. They can start producing from the age of one, with litter sizes ranging anywhere from one to sixteen. But another fun fact is that they can have multiple litters in one year. Rabbits are only pregnant for about a month and they can be impregnated right after giving birth! That’s a lot of babies!

  1. A Green Diet:

Rabbits are herbivores, eating only plants, grass and weeds. A healthy diet for a rabbit includes plenty of fresh green vegetables and grass. Some treats can include fruit, carrots and sultanas. Rabbits are also fast eaters. They can chew up to 120 times a minute!

  1. My Dear Rabbit:

A male rabbit is called a buck and a female rabbit is called a doe. Yep, that’s right. Just like deers!

  1. I’m a Morning Person:

Rabbits are crepuscular, which means that they are most active in the early morning and night. If you’re an early riser, then rabbits are the pets for you!

  1. Beauty Bunny:

Rabbits are very good at grooming themselves and their partners. They have cleaning sessions around five times a day. That will save a lot of money, time and water!

  1. Home Sweet Home:

Wild rabbits live in underground holes called burrows, and a group of burrows are called warrens. Warrens can be built as deep as 3 meters, and they have multiple entrances for quick escapes. Now that’s home improvement!

  1. Tooth Sweet:

Rabbits are known for their cute little front teeth, but those aren’t the only ones they’ve got. Rabbits have a total of 28 teeth, and their teeth never stop growing. It’s perfect for all that chewing!

  1. Bunny with Brains:

Domesticated rabbits can easily be trained. They can quickly learn how to use a litter tray, as they have very good memories. This means they can remember where everything is in their territory. And we can’t even remember where we left our keys!

  1. Hippity Hop:

Rabbits are very playful. They love playing with their toys and can be taught to play fetch. Whenever they’re happy, rabbits jump in the air with joy, flicking their feet and head. This adorable motion is called a binky!

These fun facts about rabbits are great to know if you’re a bunny enthusiast. Keep them in your pocket to wow everyone at your Easter party!

What fun facts do you know about rabbits? Comment below and let us know!

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6 Things Your Dog Doesn’t Think You Understand

posted by The Daily Fluff March 1, 2017 0 comments

It’s safe to say that you and your dog are best buds. No one can argue about your special connection. However, you two are different species. So there are some moments when your pooch may feel like you’re not quite feeling their vibe.

That’s why we’ve come up with a list of 6 things that your dog feels that sometimes you don’t understand so you can both get on the same page!

  1. “Speak in Dog, Please”

Do you ever have those moments when you’re trying to give your dog a command, but no matter how many times you raise your voice, they just won’t listen? Well, that’s because they don’t speak English. They may understand the tone of your voice, but without body language, they may just look at you with a dumbfounded expression. If you ever have trouble giving your pet commands, try matching a hand gesture with each one so your dog can have a visual cue too. For example, if you want your pup to sit, point to the ground while speaking.

  1. “Is it Dinner Time?”

Whenever you’re in the kitchen, you may find your pup standing behind you giving you the puppy eyes. While this may seem endearing, your dog might be thinking that it’s dinnertime, even after you’ve just fed them. This may turn into a discipline issue, especially if they get in your way or if they become aggressive. Teach your pet a signal to make them leave the room or to stay in a spot that’s safe and away from you. If they do the right thing, feel free to give them a treat afterwards.

  1. “That Walk Was Quick”

Your dog may love going on walks with you, but if you’re one of those people who likes to jog or only has time for a quick walk around the block, your dog may not be able to stop and smell the roses…or anything, for that matter. Going on walks isn’t just exercise for dogs; it’s also their time to go out and explore their world. You wouldn’t like it if your friend wanted to go home after spending five minutes at the shops. Even if you’re just walking around the block, let your dog embrace their surroundings. They may sniff around or go to the toilet. As long as you still have them on your lead, let them have a good time while you’re walking.

  1. “Well This Is No Fun”

After a long day at work, all you want to do is cook dinner, watch TV and go to bed. However, while you’ve had a busy day, your dog has been sitting at home waiting for you to come back and do something fun. But if you neglect them, your pup may get a little stir crazy and act out in different ways, like chewing up your shoes or hiding in your wardrobe. If you’re unable to take them for a walk, spend at least 15-30 minutes playing training games like teaching them commands or hiding something for them to find. That way they’re stimulated and learning some obedience skills.

  1. “Please Don’t Be Mad”

Dogs respond easily to the tone of your voice and body language. So if you’re acting tense after having a bad day, your dog is likely to absorb all that negative energy and become tense themselves, which could make them aggressive. However, dogs are the perfect medicine for a bad day. Take some time to relax and let them know you’re okay. Lie down on the couch, give your dog a pet and maybe even do some meditating together. Your pooch is the master of the downward facing dog, after all.

  1. “P.S, I Love You”

To your pooch, you’re their entire world. You’re their chef, maid and playmate. While you may have a life away from your pup, your dog feels differently. That’s why it’s common for them to feel lonely whenever you’re not around. This could lead to more acting out. If this is an issue for you, there are a number of ways you can improve this. Leave out some toys, talk to a trainer for some tips, or drop off your pup at a friend’s or a doggy day care. As long as you always come home, they won’t miss you for very long.

No matter what happens, you and your pooch will still be the best of friends. With these tips, your relationship can only become even stronger!

What are some issues you and your dog struggle through? Comment below and let us know!

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3 Fun Ways to Spend Summer With Your Pet in Melbourne

posted by The Daily Fluff January 23, 2017 0 comments

Stuck in a weekend rut? Sometimes going to the beach again and again can get a bit repetitive. In order to fully enjoy summer, you and your pup should try new things. And luckily for you, Melbourne has a wide range of pet friendly activities for you two to enjoy together.

We’ve come up with a few suggestions so that you and your pet can have the best summer ever!

  1. Visit a café:

Melbourne is well known for its buzzing cafes. If you think you can’t enjoy them with your pooch, think again! There are many cafes around town that caters to both you and your pet. The Stray Dog Café in Glen Waverley not only offers hand made burgers, but they will give your dog a free bowl of chicken for them to nom on. The Farm Café in Abbotsford has delicious treats and rustic views of the children’s farm. Your dog will feel right at home! Crowded House in Williamstown offers your pooch a bowl of water after they’ve had a big day of running around the nearby beaches. Kew Nursery and Café not only have gardening supplies for your shopping enjoyment, but it has a lovely garden scene for you and your pet to enjoy. If it’s a hot day, head to the dog specialty café, Dog House! Not only do they have a wide range of ice creams, but they also have plenty of yummy treats for your dog, such as meat muffins, bones and steaks!

  1. Go the movies:

Who says you can’t bring your pet to the movies? Summer is the perfect time to attend outdoor cinemas, where you can watch the latest releases and good old classics. And guess what? Your pet can come along too! QV Outdoor Cinema has pet friendly cinema sessions up until February where you can cuddle up to your pooch while watching a flick in the city. The sessions also raise money for Lort Smith, Australia’s not-for-profit animal hospital.

Biggie Smalls loves heading to the QV outdoor cinema with his parents!

I’m a movies man so I love sitting back on a deck chair and relaxing under the stars at QV doggy and deck chair movie nights. I can eat snacks and nap too.

However, if you prefer for you and your pup to get back to nature, Moonlight Cinema in the Botanical Gardens is also pet friendly. Running until April, you and your pet can lie out on the grass among the trees and watch a movie under the stars. There is also the drive-in cinema in Coburg, where you two can cuddle up in the comfort of your own car!

  1. Attend a food truck festival:

Do you and your pooch want to eat some yummy nibbles while having fun at the same time? Summer in Melbourne has you covered! There are plenty of food truck festivals happening that not only offers mouth-watering food and beverages, but they also allow you to bring your best friend! The Coburg Velodrome Food Truck Festival starts it all off on Australia Day, running until the 29th. It has it all: food trucks, circus performers, live music, wrestling rings and outdoor cinemas. They also run daily food-eating competitions, not only for humans, but for dogs too! Your little winner can show it’s competitive side and eat as many snags as they can in three minutes. Don’t worry; there will be a vet on side to make sure they don’t stuff themselves silly. There is also the Food Truck Park in Preston that runs annual festivals with a wide variety of themes such as BBQ and beers, tacos, Indian street food and pizza. Plus, your pet can come along to mingle with other pups and make new friends!

Need some more great ideas? Here are some of our contributor’s favourite ways to spend summer in Melbourne!

One of my favourite spots to go in Melbourne on a warm summers day is Warrandyte River. Always plenty of pups for me to play with, lots of shade for mum (and for me) to laze around in, and endless water for to splash in! Perfect day if you ask me! – Bentley 

Bentley’s not the only one who loves to splash around in the water!

The beach is the best! I love swimming and then rolling in the sand. Digging holes and chasing my brother through the dunes. It’s perfect on a hot day to cool off!! – Lil Kim

What are some fun activities you and your pet love doing during summer in Melbourne! Comment below and let us know.

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Puppy Play Date 101

posted by The Daily Fluff January 23, 2017 0 comments

It’s important for your pup to make new friends. It increases their socialisation skills and helps them stay calm and friendly around others. However, your dog can also help you socialise at the same time!

Looking for new friends? Look no further! Puppy play dates can be beneficial for both pup and owner.

If you’ve never had or been on a puppy play date before, here are a few ways you two can be ready before the big date!

Obedience Classes:

If you have an adorable little puppy, they’re most likely to be rambunctious, wild and looking for fun. Some obedience classes will be needed to ensure that they are well trained so that they behave on their date. You can take this opportunity for you two to make new friends. If you’re both new, talk to some other owners and ask for tips on how to better train your dog. If you two have been attending for a while, give some tips to some new owners. Also make sure your pup is socialising as well. Slowly allow them to meet other dogs that are the same size as them so that they don’t get intimidated easily. Once they’re used to meeting new friends, they’ll be able to approach anyone with friendliness and discipline.

Go for a walk:

An easy way to make new friends, especially once your pooch is well trained, is to take them for a walk. This is a great way for your dog to be exposed to breeds of all shapes and sizes in your neighbourhood. Once they’re comfortable meeting new dogs, you can take them to the local dog park where they can run and make new friends. At the same time, you can strike up a conversation with local dog owners. Laugh along together when the dogs do something cute or funny. Ask them any questions you have about raising your pet. Talk about a recent movie you saw. The conversation topics are endless!

Join a Playgroup:

There are plenty of playgroups around where you and your dog can make new friends. Google a local group that benefits both you and your pooch. Once you find one, head on down and make some new friends! Depending on your dog’s breed, joining a playgroup that caters to a certain breed may be beneficial for your pup. Especially if your pup is small, having them around the same breed or other small dogs may help them be less intimidated than if they were around bigger ones. Once they’ve settled in, strike up a conversation with other members about how your dogs are the best pets ever!

The Play Date:

Once you and your pup have made new friends, you can organise a play date! Make sure it’s at a home that’s safe and large so they have plenty of room to run around and have some fun! Also make sure that your dog is comfortable around new people and environments. You don’t want any accidents to happen if they’re shy! Set your pups up in a backyard with their new furry friends and sit down, relax and have a coffee! Just be sure you keep a watchful eye on the little ones.

What tips do you have for puppy play dates! Comment below and let us know!

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Fun Ways to Celebrate Australia Day With Your Pet

posted by The Daily Fluff January 17, 2017 0 comments

Australia Day is quickly approaching and it’s time to start thinking about how to celebrate. Of course, you can’t leave your pet out of your plans!

Australia Day is all about spending time with your mates, and who is a better mate than your furry little friend? If you’re stuck on ideas on how to get them involved, look no further, here are 3 fun ways you and your pet can celebrate together!

Read on for our favourite ideas:

Visit a bar/pub:

Australia Day isn’t Australia Day without good foods and drinks. Luckily, there are many bars and pubs around that are pet friendly and are open on Australia Day. There’s Madam Brussels in the CBD, where you can enjoy a cocktail and sweet treats while your pooch can lie on the turf. Republica in St Kilda offers live music with a scenic beach view that you two can stroll along afterwards. Pubs such as the College Lawn Hotel in Prahran and The Rainbow Hotel in Fitzroy are offering Australia Day events that have food eating competitions, live music, Triple J Hottest 100 countdowns, and, of course, a place for your pet. If you’re looking for entertainment as well, the Coburg Velodrome Food Truck Festival not only offers food trucks, an outdoor cinema, live music, eating competitions and circus performers, but it’s also pet friendly!

Have a BBQ:

Prefer to stay at home? Why not invite your friends and family over to host a BBQ where your pet is the guest of honour? Instead of stressing over where to go where your pet is allowed, get some drinks, throw some good old shrimp on the barbie, play some music on the stereo, and grab a bowl for your pet to enjoy a delicious treat. If your friends and family have pets of their own, invite them over. The more furry friends, the merrier! Plus, your pet will be able to socialise while you do the same. Just make sure that they’re not having too much fun. You don’t want burger patties flying everywhere while the pups run around. If your backyard is not big enough for them to run around in, you can always organize a BBQ at your local dog friendly park.

Take a trip:

Victoria is full of fun and adventurous day trips for you and your dog to enjoy together. Grab your sunnies and drive down to one of the many dog friendly beaches around Victoria like Brighton Dog Beach, Altona Beach, Safety Beach and Port Fairy, and that’s only a small amount! Or maybe this is the opportunity to go on that walk your pet keeps bugging you about. Spend the day together in the Yarra Valley and take a scenic stroll in Maroondah Reservoir Park. Or if you prefer beach views, head to the Great Ocean Road and journey through the Bay of Islands National Park. Wherever you go, there are bound to be plenty of dog friendly cafes that’ll give you two a well-deserved rest once you’re done with your big day.

Australia Day shouldn’t keep you from celebrating with your best friend. In fact, it is the perfect time for it. So get planning, because you have a big day ahead of the two of you!

What are some fun activities that you plan to do with your pet on Australia Day? Comment and let us know!

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The Best Cat Instagrams to Follow

posted by The Daily Fluff January 13, 2017 0 comments

If you’re not sure where to get your fill of awesome cats on instagram we have a few suggestions for you. Here are some of the most recognisable, adorable and hilarious cats that you need on your feed.

Maru and Hana

Instagram name: @maruhanamogu

From Japan, Maru become well known as ‘the box cat Maru’ and things got cuter as the owner adopted Hana. It’s just a wholesome instagram about two best friends who love boxes.

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Princess Monster Truck

Instagram name: @PrincessMonsterTruck

This cutie, a rescue cat from New York, reminds us that every cat deserves a home.  Princess Monster Truck is named after her unforgettable underbite caused by inbreeding.

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Hamilton the hipster cat

Instagram name: @hamilton_the_hipster_cat

This fluffy little guy from San Francisco was once a feral cat and now loves cuddles more than anything. His rise in popularity came from his iconic and downright adorable moustache.

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Sam Has Eyebrows

Instagram name: @samhaseyebrows

Sam is the most concerned looking cat you will ever see. Another rescue cat based in New York, Sam has two black lines that look remarkably like eyebrows. It is glorious.

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Lil Bub

Instagram name: @iamlilbub

Bub is from Indiana US and was born with multiple genetic abnormalities that make her a special needs cat. This celebrity cat even has her own documentary Lil Bub & Friendz.

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Instagram name: @snoopybabe

Snoopy is from China and is also affectionately known as ‘pie face’ by his owner. This exotic shorthair started out as a show cat but found a larger audience on Instagram.

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What are some of your favourite cat Instagrams? Comment and let us know below!