Funny & Cute Animals

Great Dane shows off her toy to cat buddy1m55s

Great Dane shows off her toy to cat buddy

Ellie the Great Dane loves her toys and her feline friend Jack. Watch and laugh as Jack politely sits on the piano bench and watches Ellie's performance with her stuffed animal, giving Ellie the occasional swat with his paw to show some interest in the game.

Parrot and owner share meal and special bond29s

Parrot and owner share meal and special bond

Einstein the Talking Texan Parrot and his owner share a special bond that many people experience with their pets. It is fitting that on a day like Father's Day, the two of them would share a special meal. We are, after all parents to the animal companions in our lives as they depend on us for food, shelter and love. Jeff sits down to a dinner of steak, farro, green beans and broccoli. All of these are favorite foods of Einstein and Jeff. Einstein immediately starts to eat the farro! Jeff jokingly says, "Hey! Don't eat my dinner!" The look on Einstein's face was one of uncertainty until Jeff gives Einstein reassurance that it was OK and offers some grain to Einstein. If you share your life with any animal you come to realize they do understand you. It might the tone in your voice or the body language you exhibit. The human animal bond goes much deeper that you might think. 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!

Gopher eats apple in the most adorable way47s

Gopher eats apple in the most adorable way

Gophers are one of the largest rodents in North America. Part of the squirrel family, they are close cousins of the marmot and the groundhog. They are abundant and resilient, able to survive in almost any climate and terrain. They are also extremely cute when you get a close look. Normally shy and reclusive, they run for their burrows at the slightest sign of danger. Almost any movement will send them on a full trot in the direction of safety. The sight of a gopher at full speed is extremely comical due to their abundance of body fat which makes them jiggle like a bowl of jello. This isn't surprising, considering the fact that gophers spend the majority of their day eating and sleeping. They eat grass and plants of almost any kind, but they also adore fruits and vegetables. This large, female gopher has just given birth to several babies who are still nursing. They eat solid food too, but they are not yet weaned. Apple slices left beside her hole were irresistible for her and she grabbed hold of one and stood on her hind legs like a little person to gobble it up. This is a wild gopher, but it lives in a field beside an area with high pedestrian traffic. It was surprising how comfortable it was approaching the human who was offering a treat. But, as it turns out, somebody else has been feeding this gopher almost every day for two years. While the camera was recording, a young man walked by and dropped a piece of sandwich at the opening to her burrow. When asked if this was a normal occurrence, he explained that he always saves a piece of his lunch for the gopher and leaves it on his way by each afternoon. Sometimes she runs toward him eagerly as he gets close. He has found that she likes fruit, vegetables, bread, and even cookies.

Curious cows and calves gather to watch and follow drone1m07s

Curious cows and calves gather to watch and follow drone

There is a beautiful farm near Millbrook, Ontario, Canada with a wide expanse of land that is made up by lush, green pastures and meadows full of grass, clover, and wildflowers. This farm is home to a herd of very happy cows who spend their time grazing and relaxing in the sunshine. Many of the mothers have recently given birth to new spring calves and they enjoy the fresh summer air, occasionally wading into the ponds to cool off, or to cover themselves in mud. The calves run and play together, taking frequent breaks to nurse on their mothers' milk. The cows are well taken care of here and they are treated very well. This is a farm that runs much as things used to, when the cattle led a more natural life. A drone was sent up in the air over this farm on a warm, summer day. The intent was to capture footage of the green countryside and beautiful property, as well as the herd of cows enjoying the nice weather. The cows have never seen a drone before, so it was a mystery how they would react. Several high altitude flyovers got no reaction from the cows. The drone was slowly brought closer and lower until it became obvious that the cows were not bothered by the drone, or the noise. Surprisingly, the cows were curious about the mysterious flying object. They walked closer to inspect it, mooed curiously and then slowly gathered in a circle to stare up at it. The drone was slowly backed away and the cows did something even more surprising. They followed it and tried to get a close look.

Clydesdale rolls with complete joy during sunny day46s

Clydesdale rolls with complete joy during sunny day

Belle is an enormous and beautiful Clydesdale horse who loves life. She adores the farm that is now her home. She spends her days in a paddock or in the barn with 9 other horses in the herd. She also runs free in a lush, green meadow next to the paddock, a wide expanse of land with gentle slopes covered in grass and wildflowers. Belle also loves sunny days and the warmth of a summer breeze. Here, Belle has just been let out into the paddock with the other horses. She walked around with her nose in the air and checked out all the sights. Then she chose a spot in the dirt and lay down for a good roll. Horses roll for a variety of reasons, but Belle seems to do this most when she's happy and carefree, as she seems to be on this early summer day. Belle and the others live the good life at an incredible farm called The Mane Intent. It's in Indian River, near Peterborough, Ontario. The Mane Intent is no ordinary farm. The herd has been carefully selected for their unique abilities to work with people in unique circumstances. The farm offers experiential learning and development. Some come here to discover or work on leadership skills. Others come here for introspection and a different perspective on themselves. And some come here for healing or to help with emotions that follow traumatic incidents. Many trauma victims and first repsonders find that horses open up the door to discovery of a path forward after a difficult experience. Horses have been used for healing and therapy for many years and professionals are now recognizing even more how beneficial they can be. The horses in Belle's herd have come from a variety of backgrounds. Some worked extremely hard and some needed a more ideal home, but whatever brought them here, they are all living in a little paradise and accomplishing some amazing things for very deserving people.

Polite deer bows head to receive treats15s

Polite deer bows head to receive treats

This deer is so gentle and polite! He has been taught to bow his head to ask for food. This video was taken in Nara Deer Park in Japan. In this 1600 acre park, over a thousand friendly deer have all learned to bow like this. It has become a popular tourist attraction and many vendors around the park sell “deer cookies” which are healthy for the deer. Feeding them other food is discouraged. It is free to enter and explore the park. Must visit!

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Published: June 18, 201819,618 plays$59.34 earned
Drone captures majestic Clydesdales running with herd1m28s

Drone captures majestic Clydesdales running with herd

On a warm summer day near Peterborough, Ontario, a lush, green meadow lies waiting. The wind bends the wildflowers and long grass gently. Shadows of the few small clouds play across the field slowly. The scenery is a mix of gorgeous green hues and blue and white blossoms. Only one thing would make this spectacular landscape any more beautiful. A magnificent herd of horses strolls in the paddock next to meadow until they see that the gate is open, inviting them to stretch their legs and run free in the sun. They pick up their pace excitedly and each one falls into line as they trot through the gate and into the pasture. Here, they break into a run and make their way to middle before stopping to graze briefly and catch their breath. Suddenly, out of the blue, one of the horses will raise its head, sniff the breeze and burst into a a gallop. The others follow as they make their way up the slope to the upper meadow where they all meet again to stand and graze. Samson, a magnificent and powerful chocolate brown Clydesdale, always takes up the rear. His giant hooves create a thunderous sound as he moves. Harry, the only one wearing a halter, runs more quickly to catch his friend, Sebastian. The two are never far apart. Harry is wearing a fly shield as he is being treated for an eye condition. This magical place is the Mane Intent in Indian River, near Peterborough, Ontario. As gorgeous as this farm is, and as breath taking as the herd is in a gallop, the most wonderful thing about it is actually impossible to see here. The Mane Intent conducts a very unique program that pairs people up with horse for life coaching, experiential learning, and self discovery. The horses also work with first responders and victims of trauma for healing and therapy that has to be seen to be believed. Each horse has a unique gift for connecting with people and a personality that provides beautiful and unexpected results. The herd truly works magic. This farm provides a gorgeous setting for their incredible work, and a beautiful home for a very deserving herd. Some of them have worked hard and now need a more relaxed life. When they are not interacting with and helping people, they spend their days grazing and running in the sunshine, or just relaxing in the shade under a tree.

Monkey gives kitty cat loving kiss1m13s

Monkey gives kitty cat loving kiss

It's no secret the special bond shared between this Java Macaque named Angel Bullock and her rescued kitty Scruffy, and this video just backs up that knowledge. They lovingly play a little "got your nose" before their loving kiss. Adorable!

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Published: June 15, 201812,764 plays$28.50 earned
Orangutan youngster goes totally  ape over popsicle1m18s

Orangutan youngster goes totally ape over popsicle

This is the orangutan youngster from the Paignton Zoo in Devon, England. The zoo staff had a surprise for the Borneo orangutans; they put a giant fruit flavored ice popsicle in their habitat and also a nice big blanket to play with. The popsicle seems to have all kind of stuff in in like mixed fruit, veg and herbs. Yum!

Abandoned kitten befriends gentle husky36s

Abandoned kitten befriends gentle husky

These people found a very malnourished kitten with an eye infection and saved him from the roadside. They took him home and cleaned him up and fed him. He has been purring and loving on everyone since! They have called their rescue kitten Ty, and they hope to get him healthy as quickly as possible.