America has gone doggone crazy for animal videos. But there's no need to search the internet for funny, cute or heartwarming clips — the best ones are right on your TV!
Whether you're interested in animal rescue, veterinary medicine, wild life or just enjoy watching cute pets run around, there's a show for everyone. Here's our roundup of the best animal shows and docu-series on cable TV today.
Maine Coon cats may have been favored by pirates, but one Texas cat owner is so fed up, he may toss poor Wolfie off the plank. On the return of My Cat From Hell on Saturday (8/7c, Animal Planet) ...
Animal Planet is venturing into scripted programming with its first ever film starring Martin Sheen, the network announced at Thursday's Discovery Communications upfront.
Based on the true events that inspired Herman Melville's Moby-Dick, Revenge of the Whale features Old Thomas Nickerson (Sheen) as he tells his story about being a cabin boy on the ill-fated voyage of the whaling ship The Essex. The two-hour special, a co-production with the BBC, also stars Jonas Armstrong and Adam Rayner.
Cat owners need to become more literate ... about reading cats.
Cat behaviorist Jackson Galaxy wraps up his fourth season of Animal Planet's My Cat From Hell on Saturday (8/7c) and boils down why people misunderstand their feline friends. "We really try to read them through dog-colored glasses and are trying to look for these very specific types of responses that are very much human-based," Galaxy tells TVGuide.com. "And if we don't see them, we assume that they don't care.
Ready for a double dose of feline trouble?
On Saturday's My Cat From Hell (8/7c, Animal Planet), Jackson Galaxy has his hands full with some hairy hellions. First, there's Sherin and her cat Gus, a very, very vocal Bengal cat. Gus' constant nighttime yowling keeps her awake. Check out the clip below to see how Sherin's dad feels about Gus: