बिल्ली से नफ़रत करने वाले डॉग्स और लोगों सभी दिल थाम कर बैठो क्योंकि अब आपके सामने आने वाली हैं हसीन, ख़ूबसूरत, जानशीं बिल्ली Gary. इसे देखकर नफ़रत कर ही नहीं पाओगे. इसकी काली-काली आंखें और झबरे बाल आपको Gary से प्यार करने पर मजबूर कर देंगे. इसकी एक फ़ोटो ने इंस्टाग्राम के सभी लोगों की हार्ट बीट बढ़ा दी है.

Gary की लाइफ़स्टाइल देखकर अच्छे-अच्छे चौंक जाएंगे. आइए आपको Gary से मिलवा देते हैं.

1. Hot, Hot!

2. अरे! बस बस

3. घूमना तो मुझे बहुत पसंद है

4. मेरे भाई का कहना है कि हज़ारों में इसकी बहना है…

5. बर्फ़ ही बर्फ़

6. मुझे जाने दो!

7. So Cute!

8. क्या हुआ?

9. तैनु ये चश्मा सूट कर दा

10. इतनी प्यारी कैसे हो?

11. गोरे-गोरे मुखड़े पे बैंगनी चश्मा

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As some of you know from time to time I post tips on how to be a responsible user of our public lands. This #whiskerwednesday I have another tip that frankly I can’t believe needs to be said. It’s based on a post from a popular local instagrammer I came across yesterday. . The spring is baby season for most animals. If you encounter young animals – bunnies, birds, bears, deer, bison, elk, or anything else – don’t pick them up. Wild animals will sometimes leave their young unattended, this does not mean they are in distress or need your help. . Not only should you not pick them up, you should also not take them on a hike so that you can take photos and then post for your Instagram followers proclaiming how you saved a poor abandoned animal. . What you actually did was separate that animal from it’s parents and likely condemned it to die. . If you are genuinely concerned about the welfare of an animal, call a local conservation authority and let an expert evaluate the situation and decide on how best to help them. . . . #greatgramsofgary #hiking #petsofinstagram #cats #catsofinstagram #forest #sunglasses #pets #cool #whiskers #tent #canadianrockies #explorealberta

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12. प्यार हो गया मुझे तो

13. शरारती!

14. गुस्सा नहीं होते!

15. अब मान जाओ!

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A couple of days ago I wrote a post answering the most common question I get – how to train your cat to walk on a leash. Today I’m going to answer the second most common question I get: *why* did you train your cat to walk on a leash. . First and foremost, most of the places we adventure are mostly national and provincial parks, which require all pets to be on leash. Not only is this considerate to other trail users, it helps reduce your impact on the local animal population and avoid human-wildlife conflict. . Free roaming cats are efficient predators and can have significant negative impacts on small mammals and birds. . They are also viewed as prey for many of the other animals that live near us – coyotes, bears, owls, foxes and wolves would all love to have a tasty Gary snack and he’s too pretty to be food! . Training him to walk on leash lets us explore some beautiful places together safely. . . . . . #greatgramsofgary #cats #catsofinstagram #pets #petsofinstagram #lake #cloudy #mountains #reflection #hiking #getoutside #explorealberta

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आज तो Gary के दीवानों की संख्या बढ़ जाएगी!

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