Seriously! This is the side of Justin Bieber we need to see more of!
So sweet of him!
Plus he revealed to everyone just WHY he likes to grant his fans wishes!
Ch-ch-check out his acceptance speech (above)!!!
So, uh, if you're viewing this site on a computer, you might want to have a seat!
Not just because it's a more comfortable way to surf the web either, but because we're about to break some bad news and we don't want you going all wobbly-like in the knees!
Apple is discontinuing support for the Snow Leopard operating system!!! After four years of fantabulous functionality, they're pulling the plug!!
Wow, really?! Why Apple, why? According to sources extremely close to the situation, about 20% of Mac users still use Snow Leopard!
That's one in five! Two in ten! SEVEN IN THIRTY-FIVE!
Somebody catch that kitty!
A leopard that wandered into the Indian city of Meerut is causing sheer panic and has reportedly injured at least two people now!
OMG! Look at the picture (above) of it jumping off the side of a building as a man dodges out of its way!
Schools throughout the region were closed after the big cat prowled into a hospital, a movie theater and an apartment complex, all while
Ricky Gervais is always looking out for the animals!
Because he's a kind-hearted, wonderful human being.
Like that time he said hunters should be called cun– well, we'll let you go check it out yourself… LOLz!
Ricky was back at it, this time, criticizing hunters by tweeting out the following pic:
Snow leopards are such incredibly beautiful animals!!
Their cute kitty faces, fuzzy fur, coloration and general adorbzness just kills us every time.
How could you even begin to imagine upping this cuteness factor?
Simple! Just add another kitty!
That's right, two super cute snow leopard cubs were frolicking around Central Park Zoo.
The little kitties are so ridiculously cute, we wanna just jump in there with them and start rolling around.
Though they're honestly already big enough to probably eat the heck out of us.
So we'll settle for just watching this vid on repeat.
Check out the video (above) for some super cute snow leopard cubs just adorbzing around their enclosure.
It really wouldn't be Halloween without pumpkins!
And it wouldn't be a fun Halloween without a little (a lot of) pumpkin destruction!!
Who doesn't love to smash pumpkins??
We know some big cats at Big Cat Rescue in Tampa, Florida who DEF love to smash up pumpkins!
It's pretty amazing how these cats immediately know what to do.
They enter their enclosure, see a bright orange, foreign object and immediately go in for the kill!
Lions and tigers should be given fruits and veggies to destroy on a daily basis!
We'd watch an entire TV show based around big cats destroying food! LOLz!
Check out the video (above) to see some cutie cats demolishing some pumpkins in the cutest way possible!
Rumer Willis is one seriously lovely lady, so of course we were innerested to know what she was wearing for Halloween!
Turns out she went with a relatively standard Halloween costume…
A tight costume and cat ears.
Boom. Done. Standard girl costume. She wins Halloween.
There's a reason that type of costume is so standard… it's a classic and it looks good!!
She looks FAB rocking that leopard print!
She looked so good, Rumer had to share some shots (above) and even grab her pooches for a quick photo shoot!
Her pups don't look all that happy… probably because her costume is so convincing that they think she's a real leopard!
If dogs and cats don't get along, we can assume dogs and big cats DEF don't get along!
Lookin' good, Rumer!! Just make sure your pets don't band together to take down the new leopard in their home. LOLz!
[Image via Rumer Willis.]
If you ever plan on heading to the UK and visiting Chessington World of Adventures, leave your sexy leopard print clothes at home.
We're looking at you HARRY!! LOLz!
Zookeepers at the safari park noticed a change in animal behavior after a new attraction launched.
Visitors are driven off-road through a 22-acre Serengeti-style reserve. The animals get to roam free in the reserve.
A spokesperson for the zoo said: