Bunny rabbit plays Jenga with little girl1m13s

Bunny rabbit plays Jenga with little girl

A little girl was playing the game Jenga when Tex the bunny rabbit decided to join in. He kept knocking it down and throwing the pieces around, so his owner set the GoPro up to catch him doing it. He even lets her build a tower over his head with the pieces of the game. Tex is a house rabbit and has always been very playful with the children's toys, he is very friendly and loves affection, he is a Rex breed of rabbit, his fur is like velvet to touch. He is also 10 years old which is incredible as the major drawback is that a Rex has a shorter lifespan than a lot of other breeds. Generally speaking, they are expected to live around 5-6 years if not neutered, a neutered rabbit can have its life extended to around 10 years. They got Tex of a family member 7 years ago now and he is not neutered, so its quite something that he is ten and still very playful. Rex rabbits have a relatively calm temperament and are generally very good-natured. They are intelligent and affectionate, very maternal (often mothering other rabbits), and enjoy company. They can be quite boisterous and playful, but are usually good with children and other pets. Special Requirements: Rex rabbits do not need grooming, if necessary they can be cleaned by wiping over with a damp cloth. Also, Rex rabbits are prone to sore hocks.

Wild Lizard Caught on GoPro Leaping into the Air to Catch a Wasp! 34s

Wild Lizard Caught on GoPro Leaping into the Air to Catch a Wasp!

Wild Lizard caught on a GoPro Camera Leaping into the Air to try and catch a wasp! My Daughter Saw some movement on holiday in Spain in the bushes so she thought she would set up her GoPro camera in there, well we weren't expecting to catch this. The Lizard Jumps into the air and just misses the wasp, This Reptile must be Hungry! Its funny because me & My Husband were only just discussing whether a Lizard would eat a Wasp, my husband said the wasp would be too quick for them, I guess he was right! Surely the Lizard would get stung badly if he caught it! We are now determined to find out if they actually eat Wasp's next time we are on holiday hopefully we will catch them in action again :-D

Bunny Rabbit Begs like a Dog for Girls Food! 1m03s

Bunny Rabbit Begs like a Dog for Girls Food!

Tex the Bunny Rabbit Begs For Girls Dinner like a Dog! Tex The Rex Bunny Rabbit Jumps Up on the Sofa & Begs for Girls Dinner, when she doesn't give him any, he keeps Licking her to try and change her mind! It's like he's saying I'm giving you lots of kisses now you can give me something in return! Tex is a Rex rabbit, he is a house rabbit as he gets really sore feet if he is on grass for too long! The Vet said he is allergic to grass, I know sounds crazy right! Lol but his feet get so sore that they bleed sometimes so he just has quick runs in the garden, but he always has the run of the house unless we our not in! Tex is at least 9yrs old now he is a rescue bunny and has been with us for 7 and a half years! He is very playful and we othen say its like having a puppy having him as he picks up the kids toys and try's to join in with them playing, he jumps up for cuddles, jumps around like a nutter just like a puppy does & licks us. Please see our other videos of Tex & our other animals on Rumble and YouTube CassieStudios thx for watching 🙂

Puppy Desperately Wants To Play With Bunny Rabbit 2m00s

Puppy Desperately Wants To Play With Bunny Rabbit

Buddy the puppy dog was super scared at first of Tex the bunny since it was very unusual for him to find himself surrounded by a bunny. So, he didn’t know how to act and behave. But once Buddy got to know his friend, he isn’t the shy puppy any more. This time he just wants to play and he is showing that clearly to Tex the bunny. However, this time is different than the last time when Buddy was the new member of the family and had to get used to the new home. Now, he is at ease with himself and wants to show that the first impressions are sometimes false. He is such an adorable and playful dog that he will do anything just to catch the attention of the rabbit. Unfortunately, this time is the other way round, Buddy is in the mood for his playing games and Tex isn’t. Somehow, they can’t find a middle ground to put their friendship on the same wavelength. Tex is so confused with Buddy’s behavior, that he is not really sure how to react. Even his ears go in different direction pointing that he is torn apart between taking the plunge and join the dog’s antics or stay on the outskirts of the home playground. Buddy is so desperate. He lies on the floor just to show Tex how eager is he for his company. Oh my, nothing helps, Tex doesn’t share the same passion for crazy activities around the living room as his friend Buddy does. Moreover, what is with the barking ? It makes Tex jump to his feet. We hope that in the next video we will see Tax and Buddy chasing each other in the friendliest way possible!

Puppy Shies Away Around Bunny Unsure How To Behave1m56s

Puppy Shies Away Around Bunny Unsure How To Behave

Buddy the black puppy is a new member of the family. However, he is not the only pet in this household. There is Tax, too. Tax is a bunny rabbit and a very cute one. Since Buddy has to get used to the new home, it is very unusual for him to find himself surrounded by a bunny. So, he doesn’t know how to act and behave. This is actually the first time he meets Tax and his reaction is adorable. If it wasn’t for this video, we wouldn’t have known that dogs can be afraid of such innocent creatures as rabbits. Having watched the video, we are sure the Buddy is one of thoses dogs who needs more time to get to know their friends . Imagine being taken to a totally new environment, with a totally different concept of living and new faces around. Of course he is reluctant to relax. On the flip side of the coin, Buddy is dying to play with his new friend. We are not sure whether he is just scared at the same time or he needs to make some space for himself before venturing in any kind of game. Every time the bunny goes near him, Buddy runs away. Tax is no threat at all to this emotional puppy but everybody is different. The bunny follows his own rhythm of getting around the house and Buddy just wants to join in, and he doesn’t know how. Finally, he plucks up the courage and goes near him doing what dogs do when they want to get to know somebody - sniff. Once he realizes that Tax can be his best buddy, he might feel more secure and show how dogs can really play.

I'm a Celebrity "Kids!" Watch how these kids take up a brave "Bug" Challenge! 8m52s

I'm a Celebrity "Kids!" Watch how these kids take up a brave "Bug" Challenge!

These two Sisters Cassie and Keira had a great idea and decided they would like to take part in a Challenge as close like to the Bush Tucker trials on, I'm a Celebrity get me out of here TV show, it took a while to convince their parents though, but eventually they succeeded. They bravely Held Live insects with their eyes closed eg. Crickets, Little Worms, Locusts & Huge worms and then sit in the bath with them crawling over them. But when they fail to guess what the insects are correctly they must eat a dried dead insect! Their idea but safe to eat of course! A lot of screaming went on but these girls were determined to succeed in the task! they had the great idea of sitting in the bath so that the bugs wouldn't get all over the house! After the trial had finished we brought in their pets "two bearded dragon lizards Rango and Blaze" to eat up all the insects the Lizards must have thought it was their Birthday, who do you think deserves to win this Challenge? Cassie the older sister age 10 or Keira the Younger sister age 6? Comment what you think :-D Thanks for watching Hope You Enjoyed and please see our many other videos on Rumble and YouTube by Subscribing to CassieStudios! Bye

Daughter Throws Snowball With Hidden Stone inside "Just misses Dads Head!" 43s

Daughter Throws Snowball With Hidden Stone inside "Just misses Dads Head!"

Daughter Throws a Snowball at her Dad not realizing it has a stone in it and just Misses Dads Head! We were all So excited to Finally have some Snow as it had been teasing us for days, snowing a bit then stopping again, we were all begging for the snow to settle so the kids could play in it! We Live in England and the last time we had snow was five years ago, so when it finally settled enough to make snowballs we were all straight outside gathering enough snow to throw at each other, but this nearly ended in an injury when our daughter managed to pick up a snowball with a stone in it without knowing and throw it at her Dad! The Stone Only Just missed her Dads head and then hit the fence at some force making a loud Bang! Our Youngest Daughter also fell over slipping on the snow as she was running very excitedly to play, but she was fine and picked herself up and carried on playing. We all still had a Lovely family time playing in the snow and it even snowed more later that day enough to make a big Snowman! But it was a close call for Dad and Keira, but we have learnt our lesson from this, to be more careful even if you are supper excited :-D Be sure to check out our other funny Videos of our Pets and more and also CassieStudios on YouTube Thanks.

Family Find a Beautiful Wild Deer in Forest "Then Realize they are Surrounded!" 2m44s

Family Find a Beautiful Wild Deer in Forest "Then Realize they are Surrounded!"

We Saw a Beautiful Wild Deer, but then ended up surrounded by them! Me and my Family Spotted a Beautiful Big Wild Deer at The New Forest in the distance whilst riding our bikes on a day out, so we stopped and walked quietly to find him. We found him and it was such an amazing experience to be So close to such an amazing wild creature, we just watched him for ages as we couldn't believe how close we were, when we got a bit too close for his liking he suddenly darted off, but when we turn and looked around us we realized we were surrounded by loads of Deer in all directions, and it became a bit worrying as we had our three Children with us and didn't know if they were likely to charge at us or not! So we told the Children to move very slowly and quietly, After quite a bit of time sneaking around the forest we finally made our way out of the forest safely! What an Amazing but a bit of a Scary Experience at the same time. If you ever get a chance to see these Amazing Creatures close up do it, they are just Beautiful, we felt like we were on a film. Some Facts: Male deer are called bucks. Females are called does. Male deer grow antlers every year. The antlers fall off in the winter. Does have one or two babies in the spring or early summer. The babies are brown with white spots. Bobcats, coyotes, and mountain lions prey on deer. Deer can run up to 30 miles per hour to escape. They can also jump 30 feet. Males sometimes fight over females. More about this trip on CassieStudios YouTube Channel. Many Thanks for watching.

Child Acts Sedated! When Parents had to wake her for Medicine 3m49s

Child Acts Sedated! When Parents had to wake her for Medicine

Sleepiest Child Ever makes it a nightmare to Wake in the night to take her Antibiotic's and sleep talks. Cassie had a nasty ear infection so had to take antibiotic's, but she made it very hard for us every night taking her Medicine as it took us ages to wake her enough to take them every time! She didn't know what she was doing, kept trying to lay back down, was sleep talking and couldn't even tell us her name, well not right anyway! Cassie thought her name was "one" and when she eventually takes her antibiotic's she grips onto the Medicine syringe with her teeth, then when we asked her to have a drink as she normally likes to have a drink after taking them she just puts her mouth down onto the rim of the cup, was So funny! anyone would think she was sedated! Cassie had a fall when she was younger got concussion and had to stay in hospital for the night and be woken up every hour but the hospital thought there was something wrong with her and so did we, as every time they tried to wake her it took ages and she wasn't responding properly, but now I realise that was her and that's what she is like normally, I am So glad that she has finished her antibiotic's and is all better now because although it was quite funny it was hard work every night. Please don't get poorly again anytime soon Cassie :-DD Cassie is ten and is a You tuber and her name on YouTube is CassieStudios, she does Art tutorials, gaming, travel, pets & funny Vids Please check it out, Thanks.

Cute Sausage Dog goes Mad sorting out his Blankets 1m02s

Cute Sausage Dog goes Mad sorting out his Blankets

Dachshund goes Crazy trying to sort out his Blankets. Winston the Dog absolutely loves to be under covers & loves to be warm, watch how he struggles to get in them. Once he finally figured it out he had a well earned nap! Winston or "Winnie for short" as we call him has unusually long legs for a Sausage dog, they are normally a lot shorter. We are soon going to be taking him around the world on a yacht, hopefully he will like it, so if you want to watch him on his journey be sure to subscribe 👍🏻

Bearded Dragon Drawing Tutorial "Using Pencils" Age 10yrs 3m38s

Bearded Dragon Drawing Tutorial "Using Pencils" Age 10yrs

Bearded Dragon Drawing Tutorial with Pencils. Hi I'm CassieStudios I am 10 Years Old and Love to draw. Meet My Bearded Dragon Rango, today I am Going to draw him using graded Pencils & a Rubber to add texture, and to rub out my mistakes of course! I will do a part two to add colour I have more drawing tutorial's and other videos on my YouTube Channel CassieStudios Thanks for watching!

Cuddly Sausage Dog Finds a Cute way to get attention! 48s

Cuddly Sausage Dog Finds a Cute way to get attention!

Winston the Dachshund "sausage dog" finds a really Cute way to get attention from his humans at their level! Everytime we are in the office Winston the Dog try's to get noticed by coming up and sitting on the stairs at our level looking super cute. Well it definitely works, Winston is 5 years old but acts like a baby! Despite their size, dachshunds are known for their courageous nature and will take on animals much larger than themselves. Some may be aggressive toward strangers and other dogs. As family dogs, dachshunds are loyal companions and good watchdogs. They are good with children if treated well. They can be slightly difficult to train. Some dachshund fanciers say there are personality differences among the different varieties of the breed. For instance, the long-coat dachshund is reportedly calmer than the smooth-coat variety, and the wire-coat dachshund is more outgoing and clown-like. Dachshunds were bred as hunters so it is no surprise that many of them like to dig. Some are also barkers, and, in one survey, dachshunds ranked high for destructiveness.

Dolphin's Cheer Sailor's up after a Very Scary Crossing through the Bay of Biscay 43s

Dolphin's Cheer Sailor's up after a Very Scary Crossing through the Bay of Biscay

Dolphin's swimming alongside this yacht with their baby really cheered up some Sailor's on their scary cold and miserable crossing from England to Spain. These man on this 50ft Yacht hadn't sailed this far before and had not crossed the Dangerous, "Bay of Biscay before" They were Very fed up of being cold, extremely tired and bored and were badly missing there family, especially one Dad (Tristan) who was not used to Ever being away from his family! He was finding it So hard that he was calling his wife every day saying he was going to try and come home. His wife kept willing him to carry on, as she knew he would regret not doing it later on. But there was a few really scary moments along the way, one of the days Tristan phoned his wife trying to be brave but the waves were So big and Scary he thought it might be the last time he might speak to her, or though he tried really hard not to let her know how scared he was, She knew from his voice how terrified he was! Tristan's Wife was Tracking him on a App every day "well more like 20 times a day" so she could check they were ok, and most days talking to each other on a Sat phone. But this one day he Totally disappeared off the radar all day and she couldn't get hold of them on the Sat phone either! Tristan's wife was frantic all day trying So hard not to get upset in front of the children, she just was beside herself not knowing what she could do, imagining them at the bottom of the sea. She managed to get hold of a skipper and he reassured her that in the Bay of Biscay there will be times when they won't pick up any signal, this helped a bit but she didn't rest until later that day when she finally managed to get through to them, this moment was the biggest relieve of her life! So these Dolphins were Such a treat for these men, it was just what they needed to pick their spirits up again and they made the journey feel a whole lot more worthwhile, it's amazing how these creatures can make you feel alive again. Good Job Dolphin's :-DD



The naughtiest rudest bunny ever! Try Not To Laugh Challenge Tex Is a Rex Rabbit and is Very friendly but he was caught out on camera being Very Rude, he's So Funny though. Watch how rude he is, he rubs his bottom along the floor, burbs, eats loudly, and even swears at the end, but don't worry its bleeped out! Tex is a house rabbit and he thinks he rules the house, he purposely knocks over our drinks, Knicks the kids toys, helps himself to his food & ours if he gets a chance, He is such a naughty but funny boy! Rex rabbits are ideal as pets, as they are hardy and intelligent. The name is derived from the Rex gene, which is responsible for its straight hair that grows perpendicular to the body, and curly whiskers and eyebrows. The emergence of this breed was a result of the recessive mutation of the Rex gene. These rabbits come in standard and mini versions. They are medium-sized rabbits that are very popular as pets. Rex rabbits are also raised for their meat and fur. However, the practice is not common; as they are smaller, as compared to certain other rabbit breeds. They are also frequently seen as show rabbits. One of the factors behind the popularity of Rex rabbits as pets, is its friendly nature. Even though, personality and temperament are based on genetics to a certain degree and the extent of socialization of the animal; in general, it can be said that, these rabbits gel well with humans and other pets. Rex rabbits have a motherly nature, and are often found to be used as foster mothers for raising young ones of other rabbits. Their activity level can be rated as low to moderate. These rabbits rest during the daytime, and get active in the evening and early morning hours. They are playful, and are also easy to handle. They like holding, cuddling and patting too. It is said that, they are the most intelligent among the different rabbit breeds. They can also be potty trained with much ease. They are so gentle in nature, that Rex rabbits are considered as ideal pets for families with kids. However, make sure that the kids know about proper handling of these animals. They can also be nippy at times. Males may get aggressive, as they get sexually mature. So they are sterilized before five months of age. A diet of timothy hay and commercial rabbit food is sufficient for these rabbits. You may also feed adult Rex rabbits with alfalfa (Lucerne) hay occasionally. Even fresh green leafy vegetables can be included in their diet; but, make sure to introduce new foods gradually. You may also feed them with small amounts of vegetables, like corn, cauliflower and carrots; once in a week or fortnight. However, avoid cabbage and lettuce. In case of commercial rabbit pellets, ¼ cup a day is said to be sufficient for a rabbit, for every two kilograms of its body weight. Soft watery foods have to be provided to the kits that are below the age of five months. Hay has to be provided daily, along with a regular supply of fresh water. In short, Rex rabbits are excellent pets with a lifespan of five to six years. Proper care, including a balanced diet, good hygiene and an ideal housing may help you in raising healthy Rex rabbits. If you are interested in raising them as pets, it will be better to have a thorough knowledge about their requirements. Approach authentic breeders for buying this rabbit.

Dragon Love "Je t'aime" 1m17s

Dragon Love "Je t'aime"

Male and Female Bearded Dragons Love each other so much! Watch how much these bearded dragons Love each other, the female Blaze Bobs her head from her Vivarium wanting the Male bearded dragon's attention, the Big male lizard Rango is So excited he slides across the wooden floor to get to her, looks So funny. They have a loving cuddle at the end! The unique behaviour's of bearded dragons make them one of the most special Reptile and pet that many people love. It doesn’t matter if it is lively captured in wild or bred in captivity, you may see different types of behaviour's you can observe from them. These are common bearded dragon behaviour's that you may see most of the time. A better understanding of bearded dragon behaviour may help you in taking care of them because certain behaviour's may carry their language. Bobbing Head If you have a bearded dragon as your pet, you may notice that another common type of bearded dragon behaviour would be head-bobbing. This happen more often to male as head-bobbing is a sign of masculine and supremacy to other disrespectful male dragons when they are housed together. Bearded dragon may show this for courtship to female dragons. Arm waving As compared to the bearded dragon’s behaviour of head-bobbing, arm waving is the opposite sign. It is shown by subordinate male dragon, females and juveniles as obedience to the more dominant dragon. The posture is shown as they will lift one of its forehands and wave while stand on its legs and a hand. If you’re breeding your bearded dragon, and notice the female dragon is waving its arm. It might be a sign the female is rejecting the male’s courtship. Tail curbing This is the sign of alertness that shown by adult bearded dragons. This is a posture that they will bend their tail toward their body or head. This means that the bearded dragon is staying attentive and it’s a sign of healthy dragon.

Female Bearded Dragon Waving at Male on Child 2m05s

Female Bearded Dragon Waving at Male on Child

Blaze The Female Bearded dragon Lizard is Waving and Head bopping at the Male Bearded Dragon Rango Whilst sitting on my Daughter she try's to feed her but she's not interested in that! Arm Waving This is when the bearded dragon will stand high on three legs and will raise the remaining leg in the air and wave it in a circular motion. There are a couple of possible meanings when a bearded dragon waves it's arms. One meaning is species recognition. If a bearded dragon waves at another bearded dragon, it tells the other dragon that he/she is aware of their presence. Another meaning is submission. A bearded dragon may wave his or her arm whenever they are approached by a larger bearded dragon or whenever a larger animal approaches the dragon. Bearded Dragon Head Bobbing Head bobbing is more common in males and it when a bearded dragon will repeatedly raise and lower their head. Head bobbing is generally used as a sign of dominance between two dragons. Males will head bob at females to show their dominance during breeding. Other times two bearded dragons will head bob at each other as a sign of territorial aggression. Generally, the faster the head bob the more threatening. If a bearded dragon is head bobbing another dragon quickly, it's generally for territorial reasons. However, if a bearded dragon slowly head bobs another dragon, it can be a sign of submission. Bearding - Fluffing Their Beard Both male and females bearded dragons expand their beards. Generally they will do this as a defensive behaviour to make themselves seem bigger. However, it is not unusual for a bearded dragon to stretch their beards from time to time without being provoked. Blaze is a Red Bearded Dragon, they make great pets and are probably one of the easiest to look after once the Vivarium is all set up how it should be.

Bearded Dragon Swims Underwater like a Fish! 19s

Bearded Dragon Swims Underwater like a Fish!

My Bearded Dragon Blaze Loves to Swim she's showing off to her boyfriend Rango who try's to swim but he cant figure it out! I was lucky to catch my female Bearded Dragon Lizard Blaze swimming underwater Like a fish! I find it fascinating how a lizard swims! Even a desert lizard like a bearded dragon can swim when they are plunged into water. They will do what other animals can do when faced with the same situation, just start kicking their legs and away they go. It is a reflex action. They will use their tails much like a crocodile or alligator will do, swishing it from side to side so as to push them along. In fact, they really love water. It’s not a good idea to drop them in deep water, but swimming in a bath or a tub of water is something that they will love. How to bathe a bearded dragon may seem like a simple task, but there are some important things to know before going forward. One of the most fun and exciting activities you can do with your bearded dragon is giving it a bath. Most bearded dragons love a nice, warm bath every so often. Giving your bearded dragon consistent baths is also very important for proper hygiene. Let’s go over how to bathe a bearded dragon properly. The most important things to remember when bathing your bearded dragon is the depth and temperature of the water. You do not want to inadvertently drown or scold your bearded dragon while bathing! The bath water should be no deeper than the joints (or “knees”) on its limbs. If you use water that is a little deeper then make sure to closely observe your bearded dragon at all times when in the water. If you are bathing a baby or juvenile bearded dragon, a bathroom or kitchen sink may work best to prevent drowning. A sink works well for bathing a very small bearded dragon. An adult bearded dragon can be bathed in a bathtub or even a Rubbermaid plastic storage box, or anything that will hold water. Once you have a suitable bathing area, fill it with warm water. Make sure the water is not too hot. You don’t want to scald your bearded dragon. Using water that is between 85 to 92 degrees F is ideal. This will keep the bearded dragon warm while bathing, but not cause scalds or discomfort. For baby and juvenile bearded dragons, fill the bath with about half an inch of water to one inch. For adults, you can fill the bath with one to three inches of water, depending on its size. Remember, do not fill the bath up too deeply!