Funny & Cute Animals

Discriminating parrot has specific dinner request53s

Discriminating parrot has specific dinner request

Einstein affectionately walks around the bath tub blowing kisses to the towel. Then his attention turns to his hunger. He asks, "Do you wanna grape, sweet potatoes, broccoli?" Then he announces, "Wanna go eat?" He also knows the kitchen is the place to go if you want good food! He asks to go to the kitchen and starts demanding to go eat! Asking for corn, you can tell he must really be hungry. Smacking his beak, he exclaims, "It's good!". However, not any type of corn will do! He specifically asks for "sweet corn". This is a parrot with discriminating taste! Einstein the Talking Texan Parrot is a silly, smart, and popular parrot who loves to talk and entertain! He likes to have conversations with his owners, talking and acting silly, and doing animal sound imitations. Watch him sing and dance in his video compilations! With his amazing talking abilities, and funny antics, Einstein the talking parrot's videos will keep you entertained for hours! Einstein parrot is also famous for some of his silly quotes and sayings. Online, Einstein the talking parrot is popular across many social media platforms. Einstein's favorite places to talk at home is perched on the shower wall, in the kitchen on his drawer, and on his screened in back porch. As stated on his website, Einstein's mission statement: "To entertain and bring joy, to foster the human-parrot bond, and to convey that parrots are deserving of immeasurable amounts of patience, nurturing, and companionship." Einstein's website (www.einsteinparrot.com) is designed to inform you about the care of parrots and also entertain you. Living with a parrot is a big commitment. Parrots live a very long time. They require a lot of care, proper nutrition, training, time and patience. Parrots need a lot of attention and lots of toys and activities to keep from being bored. Parrots are also expensive. It is often said, Having a parrot is much like raising a 2 or 3 year old child for the rest of your life!

Bossy parrot makes demands to plastic fruit container1m18s

Bossy parrot makes demands to plastic fruit container

Einstein's favorite place to play is on the counter in the kitchen where he can play with his toys and other "recyclable" items that are made bird safe for him to play with. He can be very bossy as he plays with a plastic fruit container, saying "Up!" to it several times. "Up" is the command used when by the owners when they want Einstein to step onto their hand. Obviously, this plastic fruit container is not cooperating! He continues to command it and when it refuses to step up, Einstein tells it to "Be sweet!"! This is also what the owner will often tell Einstein when he is not cooperating! Then Einstein says, "Here look!" As if he wants to show the fruit container something. Obviously frustrated, Einstein tosses the container to the floor teaching it a lesson! Einstein the Talking Texan Parrot is a silly, smart, and popular parrot who loves to talk and entertain! He likes to have conversations with his owners, talking and acting silly, and doing animal sound imitations. Watch him sing and dance in his video compilations! With his amazing talking abilities, and funny antics, Einstein the talking parrot's videos will keep you entertained for hours! Einstein parrot is also famous for some of his silly quotes and sayings. Online, Einstein the talking parrot is popular across many social media platforms. Einstein's favorite places to talk at home is perched on the shower wall, in the kitchen on his drawer, and on his screened in back porch. As stated on his website, Einstein's mission statement: "To entertain and bring joy, to foster the human-parrot bond, and to convey that parrots are deserving of immeasurable amounts of patience, nurturing, and companionship." Einstein's website (www.einsteinparrot.com) is designed to inform you about the care of parrots and also entertain you. Living with a parrot is a big commitment. Parrots live a very long time. They require a lot of care, proper nutrition, training, time and patience. Parrots need a lot of attention and lots of toys and activities to keep from being bored. Parrots are also expensive. It is often said, Having a parrot is much like raising a 2 or 3 year old child for the rest of your life!

Pet Rat Really Loves To Be Pampered1m04s

Pet Rat Really Loves To Be Pampered

Let’s be real for a moment here. When we think about pets, the most unusual thing we think of are pet rocks. They are the best really; you can pet them and squeeze them and they will not let out even a peep of protest. Plus, you don’t have to feed them or clean after them. Score! But not once have we thought about keeping a rodent as a pet. Why would we? Surprisingly, rodents make the best pets. They are small enough even for the smallest of apartments, they can be entertained for hours on end with simple items as toys, cleaning up after them is fairly easy and they love affection. It is like the perfect splice between a cat and a dog, minus the biting and scratching. So if you or someone you know is contemplating the idea of keeping a pet rat, show them this clip. This handsome fella is in love with the process of pampering and he lets his owner know it. The owner, armed with the simplest of toothbrushes, strokes the head of the brown little fella with all the love and affection a human being can muster. And the pet is really enjoying the brushing; he even squints his eyes in delight. Ah, bliss… But it seems he is not alone! The rat’s cagemate caught up on the action and wanted some for himself. But our first hero doesn’t want to share his toothbrush, so the moment he caught wind of competition, he ran off.

Attentive Raccoon Gently Grooms And Pampers His Pig Best Friend54s

Attentive Raccoon Gently Grooms And Pampers His Pig Best Friend

A heartwarming clip has emerged of a caring raccoon taking care of his pig best friend. Dawson the raccoon loves cuddling up to his buddy Hamilton, the pig. Watch as he grooms him and lays with him in the cozy bed, tucked under the warm blanket. Adorable! Now, a pig and a raccoon might not have a lot in common. Imagine one hyperactive dude with attention issues hanging out with a laid back fella who loves to eat. It would be like oil and water, right? Have we got a treat for you! Brace yourselves folks, because Dawson the raccoon has found the best nap mate in this adorable piggie! This unique friendship between a raccoon and a pig will immediately warm up your hearts because the special bond these two share is absolutely amazing! Footage shows Dawson massaging his buddy with his tiny raccoon hands, pampering and grooming the pig to perfection! Hamilton is fast asleep on the couch, dozed off by the incredible work his buddy makes with his fingers. The talented raccoon must have mastered the technique that makes pigs sleepy, and sent his friend to dreamland! Dawson is caught up in the role, working his fingers to the bone! Moments later, he decides to join his buddy for an afternoon nap, and he lays next to his sleeping pig buddy! Hilarious! These interspecies friendships is what we love most about our job here. Watching endless hours of videos with all sorts of different animals cuddling and playing in harmony warms our hearts and makes us wish we had such pets around. Seeing how even sworn natural enemies can learn to love and respect each other really makes you put a finger to your forehead and think some things through. What a way to live!

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Published: January 14, 2018477 views
Golden Conure Flaunts Epic Dance Moves Rocking To Impress Partner10s

Golden Conure Flaunts Epic Dance Moves Rocking To Impress Partner

A heartwarming video has emerged of Topaz the Golden Conure, famous for his dance moves, flaunting his feathers for the camera. His addictive zest for life has captured the hearts of viewers around the world. Now he is set to capture the attention of a new admirer. He's got the moves to impress and he wants to teach the world how to move to the Topaz shuffle! Adorable! Also known as the Queen of Bavaria, the Golden Conure is a very rare and highly endangered species, which is protected against collection and importation, and it is very expensive too. It does make a spectacular pet though, being both very beautiful and affectionate. It is quite intelligent too which make it easy to tame and train. They can be good talkers, but they can also be very loud sometimes. Golden Conures are very lively little birds, though in captivity they will rarely fly. Rather they choose to climb about, perform acrobatic maneuvers, and be quite comical. Human companionship is greatly enjoyed and they can be very affectionate. A favorite activity is to chew, so be sure to provide lots of wooden toys to keep them from becoming bored. It is believed that this bird has one bad habit, which is possibly due to its high energy need, and becoming bored in a limited space without enough activity or stimulation. It is recommended that you give them plenty of toys and freedom of movement. That is what this owner did and was amazed by this bird’s talent to dance. Watch as this cheeky parakeet flaunts its dance moves, rocking to a DMX song. Incredible! The bird moves to the rhythm and is no shy to shake the booty!

Bearded Dragon Appreciates Owner’s Acknowledgement Of His Presence 17s

Bearded Dragon Appreciates Owner’s Acknowledgement Of His Presence

This is the heartwarming moment when a friendly bearded dragon responds to a human wave by waving back. According to his owner, this is a daily routine that his friendly lizard practices and always greets him back. How cool is that? This loving pet owner has created a neat habit of greeting his pet bearded dragon every time he walks into the room where he rests. Apparently, this polite acknowledgement of his presence resulted in a feedback behavior in his pet! A curious video of a polite lizard waving back at owner took the Internet by storm. Footage shows the moment when this cheeky bearded dragon enthusiastically waves back at his human. Fortunately, this unbelievably adorable moment was captured on camera featuring a cute reptile chilling in its aquarium tank when a human greets it with a wave. Moments later, the lizard stares back at the camera and performs a hand gesture similar to a wave at his owner. Did this reptile just wave back at the camera or are we imagining things? Nope. He did, he most definitely did! And then he did it again! Watch as the curious lizard gazes at the human before waving back at him. Twice! Incredible! Experts stress that arm waving is a very common behaviour displayed by baby and juvenile bearded dragons. The bearded dragon can suddenly raise a front limb and rapidly wave it above its head. This behaviour can be very amusing, because it appears that the reptile is waving and greeting like the Pope does! Arm-waving is seen frequently in juvenile dragons. Youngsters use arm-waving when interacting with each other, even where there is no apparent aggression. They will slowly move one arm in a circular motion and may even switch arms and body position while doing this. It is more frequent with those who are smaller and may be the start of territorial behavior. Juveniles will arm-wave to show submission to an older dragon, particular after the adult head-bobs to indicate dominance. Watching this pet bearded dragon greet back his owner, performing a hand gesture and waving back at owner, with a royal touch! Cuteness overload!

Pet Tortoise Adorably Wakes Up Sleeping French Bulldog26s

Pet Tortoise Adorably Wakes Up Sleeping French Bulldog

A curious video has emerged of a friendly tortoise engaging in play mode with a sleepy French Bulldog. Watch as Leonardo, the ninja turtle, attempt to wake up Peanut, the sleeping beauty pooch from his nap for some attention! Footage shows as the curious turtle reaching out and stretching its neck up to pup’s ear. The sleeping canine wakes up, puzzled by the sneaky intruder. It is funny how the moment this canine raises its head up, the turtle retreats inside the shell. It is a fact that dogs and tortoises can be an unpredictable mix. Cases have been reported of a family dog that has never hurt a fly becoming overwhelmed with an irresistible urge to chew on the tortoise. Even dogs that have lived peaceably with tortoises for years have these lapses in decorum. Both turtles and dogs make wonderful pets, but our canine companions can hurt their reptilian housemates when left unsupervised with them. While it's not impossible to keep both types of pets in your home, you need to provide your turtle with a suitable habitat that dogs can't access and teach your pooch some basic manners to prevent him from using shelley as a chew toy. Watching these two get along perfectly fine has warmed our hearts. Obviously, this French Bulldog is a gentle friend and is not too aggressive with his fragile tortoise buddy. In addition, the dog doesn’t seem to be bothered by turtle’s presence, but seems to be overwhelmed by his friend’s sudden move towards its ear! Cuteness overload! Instagram @peanutthefrenchbulldog

Emotional Cockatiel Sings The Apple Ringtone To Stop Owner From Leaving The House27s

Emotional Cockatiel Sings The Apple Ringtone To Stop Owner From Leaving The House

A hilarious video has emerged of a Cockatiel singing the well-known iPhone ringtone melody to perfection, leaving us wondering why these birds are so good at mimicking sounds. This video is the perfect proof that these feathered impersonators are master copycats of sound! Ben Pluimer filmed this funny video of his friend’s Cockatiel Lucky mimicking the famous iPhone ringtone melody to perfection. Owner explains that whenever Lucky gets upset, he sings an Apple ringtone which usually happens when owner ties their shoes and gets ready to leave the house! Adorable! Lucky the Cockatiel has come up with a clever way to let his family know when he’s displeased, by singing a familiar sound. This sweet video is capturing the hearts of people around the world! Watch how perfectly this adorable bird mimics the iPhone ringtone to persuade owner Mike McCafferty from leaving the house. It is no secret that pets suffer from separation anxiety when their owners leave them at home for the day. Some cry, paw, or give their best puppy eyes to try and persuade their humans to stay, but this Cockatiel's tactic is to impersonate one of its owner's favorite things, his cell phone. This incredible talent doesn’t come as a surprise. Almost all pet parrots bond with one person for life. Pair members imitate each other's calls and come up with their own special talk, kind of like the way human partners do. Pet parrots mimic human speech and other noises because they're trying to be a good mate! This explains everything! Apparently, the cockatiel is associating the ringtone as something their "mate" is saying and copying that seems naturally. This makes sense! As far as the bird is concerned, the sound coming from the phone is indistinguishable from the owner himself. Parrots will imitate random sounds in their environment, and in this case the ringtone has a strong association with the owner.