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Bart the cat has had a rough week. He was hit by a car and declared dead, after which his heartbroken owner asked a neighbor to bury the beloved feline. But five days later, the neighbor was shocked to see Bart above ground, meowing and looking for food. It appears that Bart had been knocked out pretty hard, having suffered some major injuries, and just needed a really good rest. After a trip to the Tampa Bay Humane Society, the (lucky?) cat is expected to make a full recovery, though he's probably used up all nine of his lives. Share this on Facebook? MORE ON PAWNATION: Bunny Bartender Brings Beer to Thirsty Human Happy Horse Rolls Around the Grass Dog Feels Terrible for Falling on...

Out of beer? Have no fear! Wallace the bunny bartender will gladly roll his cart to you with a fresh brew in tow. Best part? You can tip Wally in carrots! Share this on Facebook? MORE ON PAWNATION: Seal Pup Hops Aboard a Sea-Doo Adorable Goat Nuzzles Friendly Horse Cat Is Confused by Waterbed...

We all know we're supposed to brush our dogs' teeth, but few of us do. In fact, 95 percent of us don't. But it's hard to dive in if your dog makes a face like this whenever you get out the brush. Watch the video to see this Poodle mean muggin' at the sound of an electric toothbrush. Share this on Facebook? MORE ON PAWNATION: Puppy Is So Excited to See Its Owner Pug Parodies Mariah Carey With 'All I Want for Christmas Is Food' Tortoise Helps Struggling Friend Get Back on His Feet...

NEW YORK - When naturalist Paul Rosolie wanted to focus attention on the destruction of the Amazon rainforest, he decided he needed a stunt guaranteed to get people looking. Paul Rosolie. Credit: lwpkommunikacio/Flickr So the staunch environmentalist offered himself as dinner to an anaconda -- and was prepared to be swallowed alive, filming every moment. But in the end, Rosolie wasn't exactly ingested by the snake, disappointing viewers who expected a journey into the belly of the deadly beast. Instead he let the anaconda coil around him before calling the mission off, fearing he might get seriously injured. Anacondas, the largest snakes in the world, typically suffocate their prey befo...

If you've ever shuddered at the thought of meeting your maker by way of a shark attack, here's your chance to feed your fear and visualize it, without having to die in the process. A remote camera towed on the back of a boat captured this footage (below) of a great white trailing behind and then deciding the camera looked like it might be something it could eat, or at least hurt. The footage, shot off the coast of Cape Town, South Africa, was taken by a diver and award-winning underwater camera operator named Charles Maxwell. Maxwell always uses a remote tow camera following behind his vessel when he's on the water during a shoot. In this footage's less frightening moments, dolphins and...