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If you were a big star like Justin Bieber, would you ever consider giving a pet away to a fan? Well, that's exactly what the singer did at a recent show. While some might say it was irresponsible for Bieber to give his hamster away to a random person, others would find the notion cute and sweet. Then again, maybe the Biebs should have never gotten a pet in the first place. Future pet owners, take note: always stop and really think about why you want a pet and how you will take care of it before you actually welcome one into your family....

Dog & Bird Share Pasta

Watch these two team up to share some pasta, Lady and the Tramp-style! Related: Dog & Bunny Share Carrot Bird Wakes Cat Puppy v. Ice Cube...

Snickers the Unprickly Porcupine

Snickers, an Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center porcupine who earned the nickname "Stinkers," definitely has a playful streak. He's also sort of a rock star in Alaska. AWCC staff depend on Snickers for more than careful snuggles; instead of trusting Punxsutawney Phil's take on whether or not spring has sprung, Alaskans wait fervently to see whether Snickers can spot his own shadow . See Snickers's prediction from earlier this year, and then watch this clip of him running circles in excitement: Related Posts: 5 Animals Who Can Count Bees Can Tell a Monet from a Picasso: Can You? Cute Animal Video of the Day: Blind Poodle's Seeing-Eye Dog is Her Sister...

Piglet Goes After Great Dane

Babysitting, err, piggy-sitting is actually pretty fun, for both sitter and piglet. Take this Great Dane, for instance. He is about 10 times bigger than this itty bitty piglet, yet he still makes it work. Opposites attract, right?...

Dancing Baby Stingrays

Wait for it ... waaaait for it ... Woo! 50 seconds in and blub-blub-blub, dancing baby stingrays. This video brings us back to our childhood. You know, when we had our dance recitals? Of course, dancing is way cuter when performed by marine life. Bravo, underwater ballerinas, bravo!...

Baby Elephant Rescued From Well

Three conservationists from the Amboseli Trust for Elephants are heroes after they saved an 8-month-old elephant that had fallen into a man-made well in a Kenya national park and then reunited the calf with her mother. The heartwarming rescue operation was captured on video and has been viewed by thousands. Volunteers in two jeeps rushed to the flats in the Amboseli National Park when they heard about the calf falling into a shallow well. They knew they had to act quickly before herders would arrive to water their cattle and force the mother elephant to abandon her baby. The wells which are dug by the Masai tribesmen who live around the national park have become an increasing problem...