It's Catmas Day and the Furkids have a happy Catmas song for you to enjoy! Santa Paws brought some coins for the jukebox so just press play then scroll down to the illustrated lyrics and sing along! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-tJtsKngXJU ...
Sometimes you've got to laugh to keep from crying, right? There is nothing funny about the global pandemic which is ravaging our shores, but if we don't chuckle a bit we will all go bonkers. Here's Rick Wilson's spoonful...
The Furkids first heard “Dancing Cheek to Cheek” when their Aunt Marti played it for them. It’s one of her favourites so they wanted to sing along to it for her birthday. Just one small problem, they've misplaced their...
On this first day of 2022, the Funday Furkids team offer up a prayer for the New Year. They are holding all of you in their hearts as they look to a brighter future of loving, laughter and caring...
I don't know what the back story between Chris Rock and Will Smith is, if any. Rock was presenting an Oscar and made a crack about "G.I. Jane 2" which has something to do with Jada Pickett Smith having...
Today’s banner image features two Australian native rosellas. The Furkids chose them because their beautiful feathers have all the colours associated with Catmas. They also signify the Furkids' return to their feathered friends for Day Seven. It’s time to...
The Twitterverse has proven to be a wonderful space for fur, feather and fin kids of all kinds. They're a delight whenever they appear in a timeline, with tweets that run the gamut from informative to playful, majestic to...
Twitter DJ @LennaLeprena played this song recently on Rock Station Lenna, the music time machine! Not many of the Furkids team were around in 1976 when the song was first released so, for most of them, it was the...
Art is a unifying human experience. The Kennedy Center Awards are an annual event which honors our nation's artists. This year will be another normal event, with the President and First Lady in attendance. Gone are the Trump years...
As we bid farewell to the old year and greet the new, there’s no better song for the occasion than the Scottish traditional, Auld Lang Syne, for old times. In the cusp between the past and the future, the Funday...

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