Is there anything more intriguing than beautiful blue eyes? Elvis Presley was known for his.
Elvis Presley was “The King” indeed. He had the talent to cover Simon & Garfunkle’s “Bridge Over Troubled Water” with such emotional surge, that it left the song’s creators wondering how they could compete with his version. He sacrificed his beautiful side burns for his nation. He even knew how to make a white, bell-bottomed jumpsuit covered in rhinestones look cool.
Not to mention the man’s devastating good looks. It’s hard not to experience a crazy little thing called love when you look into Elvis’ blue suede eyes.
But he’s not the only creature in the world to bestow such radiant irises….
For instance, you may call a Siberian husky nothing but a hound dog, but Fido has a Caribbean beach’s worth of blue in his eyes. As do tigers, horses, and even lemurs.
Here are 20 animals that out-blue The King:
A colt from the blue.
You don’t need to go into the wide blue yonder to find this stunning wolf.
This Siamese cat is truly feeling blue.
This Australian shepherd has the eyes of the bluest skies.
This swan looks like a creature from the Blue Lagoon.
This Weimaraner pup has serious peppers.
Of course a horse can have azure eyes.
This rare blue-eyed owl came out of a clear blue sky.
This cat has a case of the moody blues.
This lovely lemur is blazing blue.
Grey crowned cranes have insane irises.
Devil in a blue … hiss?
Blue eyes on a white cat looks purr-fect.
Lorenzo Lamas may not have blue eyes, but this llama does.
This emu has eyes as ice-blue as an igloo.
You only find koalas with blue eyes once in a blue moon, but it can happen.
Tigers with blue eyes look grrrrrr-eat!
A blue-eyed puppy can make anyone sunny.
This kitty proves that being black-and-blue isn’t always a bad thing.
Why so blue, goat? Is life that baaah-d?