Funny & Cute Animals

Parrot provides hilarious housekeeping entertainment31s

Parrot provides hilarious housekeeping entertainment

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, doing animal sound imitations and acting silly. He also enjoys singing and dancing in some of his video compilations. With his amazing talking abilities, and funny antics, Einstein the talking parrot’s videos will keep you entertained for hours! Einstein is better at making messes than doing any cleaning. When it comes to cleaning he tends to be more moral support than anything else. Whenever he sees his owners clean, (which is often when you own a parrot) his owners would always say, "Gotta clean". Einstein soon learned what cleaning meant when he saw his owners with a rag or towel in their hands. The phrase "red butt" was learned by Einstein as a result of his owners playfully calling him a "red butt chicken". Einstein combined the two phrases "Gotta Clean", and "Red butt chicken" to make the hilarious phrase "Red butt clean". The cleaning song Einstein sings is a result of a little tune his owner sang one day while cleaning. Einstein heard the tune and liked it! Einstein often sings it whenever he watches cleaning activities. Note: The owner was not doing any cleaning with chemicals while Einstein was in the bathroom. Doing so is dangerous and pet birds should always be in other rooms away from cleaning products as they can be deadly. If you would like to watch more videos of Einstein, visit his channel page on Rumble here: https://rumble.com/einsteinparrot/ 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. As previously mentioned, Einstein is popular on many social media sites such as YouTube @einsteinparrot, Instagram @einsteinparrot, Twitter @einsteinparrot, and Facebook @einsteintexanparrot. Living with a parrot is a big commitment. Parrots live a very long time. A parrot such as Einstein can live to be 50 or 60 years old. Many larger parrots like Macaws can live to be 100 years old. They all 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, a large cage is an investment and plenty of play perches to spend their out of cage time. Specialized veterinarian care is also required. Most of all they require your companionship and a forever home. Many people decide after the first few years of parrot ownership that the responsibility is too great and the parrots become neglected and sometimes abandoned. When that happens they are sent to parrot rescue facilities to be adopted by a new family or some spend their lives in sanctuaries. It is often said, "Having a parrot is much like raising a 2 or 3 year old child for the rest of your life!"

Running baby rhino doesn't want to go inside for bedtime1m49s

Running baby rhino doesn't want to go inside for bedtime

This is a greater one-horned rhino calf that just doesn't get tired. Getting bigger every day, he's four month old in this video. Akeno just loves to run around his habitat. After being outside nearly all day, it’s time for the little one and his mother to go inside, so they can let the dad Beni out for him to enjoy the bigger enclosure for the rest of the day. Just one little problem, Akeno is having none of it. He just doesn’t want to stay in the back long enough for the staff to close the door. He has still too much energy to burn off and wants to run. He’s running around the pond, bumping into mom Asha. Asha keeps going inside, but also comes back out again to see where her son is. Looks like dad has to wait a bit longer for his dinner and the bigger enclosure!

Persistent Talking Parrot Repeatedly Asks For Ice Cream57s

Persistent Talking Parrot Repeatedly Asks For Ice Cream

Parrots not only repeat what we humans say, many times they use what they have learned to pronounce to let us know what they really want. This beautiful parrot wants a delicious ice cream, we are sure that he knows very well what an ice cream is, and that he has tried it before, to want it so insistently. Ice cream! ice cream! ice cream!.... Stop watching Youtube and give me my ice cream, that's all this funny talking parrot thinks. Anyone would believe that this parrot is having a heart attack, because we can see in the video how his feathers rise, because he has a fan very close to him, to appease the intense heat. That added to the fact he does not stop saying that he wants an ice cream, its owner does not want to stop the computer to look for his ice cream. This parrot believes that because he is so tender and knows how to speak, he can make you stop watching Youtube, just because he wants an ice cream. The tongue of the parrot is dry, we imagine that sensation of the very cold ice cream in his dry tongue, that must enchant him! On hot days there's nothing better than eating ice cream, even if you're a talking parrot. Watching this parrot eat ice cream must be a lot of fun, we all know they love to lick around and enjoy the textures, even more if it's a soft ice cream. He does it! After insisting repeatedly that he wants an ice cream, the funny parrot realizes that his owner has risen from his chair. It's funny how he looks when he finally looks at the chair and sees that his owner is gone. He flies behind his owner to make sure he goes straight to the fridge to get his ice cream. We don't know what the other part of the story was, and if this insistent parrot managed to get his ice cream. We hope he'll soon share another video of him eating ice cream, with those pupils of the contracted eyes that characterize parrots when they're excited, we love that, it's one of the funniest gestures these birds make when they're happy, nervous or just excited about eating ice cream . Parrots are that kind of pets that it's hard to get away from, or separate from, even if it's for a while. They are very faithful and always want to be on your shoulder or very close to you, to learn from you and repeat what you say. Many people go out on the street with their parrot on their shoulder, like pirates, simply because they are conceited and anyway convince us not to separate from them. If you insist on ignoring them to see how they will react, most likely if the affection is very strong, he will fly towards you like this funny parrot did at the end of the video. They fly towards you and walk through your body as if you were a branch and belonged to them. How adorable! They are unique pets and there are no other pets that are equally stubborn.

Great Dane puppy tries to impress cat1m02s

Great Dane puppy tries to impress cat

Mikey the Great Dane is quite the talkative and entertaining fellow. Watch and laugh as he rolls around and pounces, trying to impress Jack the cat. Jack is not overly impressed, but is happy Mikey has learned to respect his personal space!

Self-assured baboon takes a seat and holds up traffic42s

Self-assured baboon takes a seat and holds up traffic

Baboons are highly intelligent animals, full of mischief and tricks. Without a doubt, they know what they are doing. So when this cocky monkey swaggered out on the road and calmly took a seat right in the middle, he understood that there were cars coming his way. He didn't seem to care that he was in the way as he walked. And he didn't seem to care that he was blocking the whoole road. Without much of a concerned look, the baboon sat down and stared straight ahead as if he refused to even acknowledge the car that just went by or the car that was inching forward. Eventually, he gave a slight look to his left, but rather than looking to see if he needs to move, his look seems to be more about checking to see if people in the car are paying enough attention to him. Even as the car with the camera inches forward, the baboon continues to look to his right and straight ahead, completely ignoring the car. He looks everywhere except at the car. The car was travelling through a safari where the baboons and other animals roam free, protected from poachers and even other predators. This monkey's antics were not annoying in the slightest and the occupants were actually delighted to get such a close look at the animal. They were quite content to watch photograph him, amused at the near human-like behavior and attitude. The baboon likely understood as well that sitting in the road like this would possibly provide him with some entertainment of his own. In a safari situation where spectators are confined in the car and the animals roam free, the effect is reversed. For the baboon, he was seeing people in confinement while he enjoyed the freedom. Baboons are highly social animals with a need for a large, natural environment and lots of space. To confine them to cages in zoos, with very few of their own kind to interact with is far from ideal. Most animals experience great stress when food is provided in a setting that forces them to compete with animals to eat quickly or miss out. These baboons are free to eat whenever they chose without competition. Safaris like this one allow visitors to see animals in their natural environment. Funding from visitors is also used to assist with conservation efforts that benefit animals in the wild.

Enormous bull comes to get bread and a head scratch1m14s

Enormous bull comes to get bread and a head scratch

Gus is an enormous bull, tipping the scales at about 2,000 pounds. He is solid muscle and extremely powerful. Yet, he is a big softy who loves a slice of bread, or ten, as well as a good head scratch. Dave has been visiting Gus every week or two as he walks or cycles past the beautiful farm where Gus lives. Gus got so big from eating big meals and he loves bread most of all. What's surprising about him is that despite his tremendous size, he's as friendly and gentle as a pet dog. By nature, bulls are usually grumpy, aggressive and not to be trusted. It's never wise to turn your back on one or to put yourself in a position where you could be injured. They have enough power and strength to do a lot of damage in a very short time if they chose to. But Gus is an exceptional bull. He was raised on a farm where he had a lot of interaction with people right from birth. Gus roams in a lush meadow on a beautiful farm in Millbrook, Ontario. He’s got a lot of company too. He’s the only male in a herd of about 30 lovely female cows. Gus is living the life! Gus developed an appetite for grains of all sorts, especially bread. This is not unusual for cattle, and Cornell University even did an extensive study to determine the effects of feeding cattle bread and other baked goods. The result was that the animals did very well on a diet that was very high in bread. Gus' taste is not that unusual. What is unusual is the way he will approach someone for a slice of doughy goodness. He literally begs like a dog would beg for a slice of sirloin. The farmer who owns Gus is fine with him having visitors, and with him being hand fed. If you walk slowly into Gus’ pasture and you call him, he’s likely to wander over curiously. He’ll actually hustle a bit if he sees that you have a slice of bread. A tongue, longer than seems possible, shoots out and wraps around the slice of bread like a large hand. The slice of bread completely disappears with about three quick chews. Gus doesn’t disappear when the bread is gone. He’s as fond of a good head scratch and face rub as he is of the treats. Gus will turn his head and nudge you like a big dog does when you stop petting it. It’s hard to tell which part Gus likes best!

Ravenous parrot really loves eating pizza!54s

Ravenous parrot really loves eating pizza!

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, doing animal sound imitations and acting silly. He also enjoys singing and dancing in some of his video compilations. With his amazing talking abilities, and funny antics, Einstein the talking parrot’s videos will keep you entertained for hours! Pizza is a universal comfort food. Loved by many young and old. Have you ever seen a parrot get this excited over pizza? Einstein took little time to dive right into this pizza. At one point he managed to get some of the sauce on his face. He bites at the crust which is his favorite part. Picking it up and throwing it down again, this dinner guest was not shy and could learn a few table manners. Einstein hilariously folded the pizza over, a creative move to make it easier to eat. Pizza isn't a healthy food for parrots, and this Margarita pizza was actually prepared for the humans dinner. Einstein was allowed to have a few bites of the crust as a treat. Because of the high fat and sodium content of pizza he was not allowed to eat much of the cheese and sauce. Note: The pizza was not piping hot from the oven, no worries, Einstein didn't suffer any burns. If you enjoyed watching Einstein eat this pizza, then you'll love listening to him talk about pizza here http://bit.ly/2Qy0cFm More videos of Einstein can be found by visiting his channel page here: https://rumble.com/einsteinparrot/ 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. As previously mentioned, Einstein is popular on many social media sites such as YouTube @einsteinparrot, Instagram @einsteinparrot, Twitter @einsteinparrot, and Facebook @einsteintexanparrot. Living with a parrot is a big commitment. Parrots live a very long time. A parrot such as Einstein can live to be 50 or 60 years old. Many larger parrots like Macaws can live to be 100 years old. They all 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, a large cage is an investment and plenty of play perches to spend their out of cage time. Specialized veterinarian care is also required. Most of all they require your companionship and a forever home. Many people decide after the first few years of parrot ownership that the responsibility is too great and the parrots become neglected and sometimes abandoned. When that happens they are sent to parrot rescue facilities to be adopted by a new family or some spend their lives in sanctuaries. It is often said, "Having a parrot is much like raising a 2 or 3 year old child for the rest of your life!"

Monkey tries to escape vet's office by opening door8s

Monkey tries to escape vet's office by opening door

Nobody likes going to the doctor's office and the truth is that feeling doesn't differ too much from species to species. This java macaque monkey is making a run for the front door before the doctor can get there. We have all felt like that at one time or another!

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Published: October 10, 2018140 plays$0.09 earned
Puppy learns To respect cat's personal space1m39s

Puppy learns To respect cat's personal space

Jack the cat is all about boundaries whereas Mikey the 10 week old Great Dane puppy... not so much. Watch and laugh as Jack teaches Mikey respect for personal space. Mikey learns from "paw~sitive" reinforcement and follows Jack to continue their playtime, showing off his pounce moves to his cat buddy!

Rescued baby raccoon preciously climbs new owner32s

Rescued baby raccoon preciously climbs new owner

All babies are playful and that includes baby raccoons. Watch as this adorable little fur ball tries to catch his owner’s finger and climbs all the way up her body like a tree. He is very gentle and does not scratch his rescuer, and you can tell that she is completely used to this sort of game. This adorable baby named Elliott is a six week old raccoon rescue that always loves to be played with and cuddled. This heart warming video shows the two playing a game of fetch the finger in the barn. This infant raccoon was named Elliott after being found alone and abandoned in the middle of a road in Wainfleet, Ontario, Canada. He was so small, he was only the size of a six week old kitten. When found, Elliott was cold, dirty and scared and the Mother or any of his siblings could be found anywhere. Elliott was an orphan and needed a home and fast. His rescuers took him to a nearby farm to clean him up and give him a hearty meal. He was aloud to run free around the farm and quickly became a part of the family, feeling completely comfortable with everyone that came around. The raccoon shares a special bond with his new owners and doesn't like to be away from them. This video shows how close they are! Elliott lived on the farm, coming and going as he pleased, for about six months until the winter weather started to come in. One day, he went out and found a place to hibernate and never returned to the farm. It is nice to think that maybe he found his family or started a family of his own. We are happy to see him having so much fun in the cute video. He was lucky to find such a safe and happy home!

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Published: October 9, 201837,084 plays$42.25 earned
Mischievous Fawn Tries To Play With Wild Turkeys19s

Mischievous Fawn Tries To Play With Wild Turkeys

Turkeys and deer together, again. These two vastly different types of creatures certainly do prefer to be around each other. Neither species predates on the other, and both instinctively know this. The worst that could happen is you may be trampled if you don’t move out of the way quickly enough. Wild turkeys, though, are surprisingly quick creatures, and unlike their domesticated counterpart, they can fly. It doesn’t look like our little four-legged friend is being territorial. It looks more like she’s socializing , but then, hey! They’re running from me! This is fun, let’s do it some more. The turkeys have young with them, so they must be really trusting of deer in their midst. Could it be there’s some kind of symbiotic relationship here, where the bigger deer provide a measure of security or even act as an early warning system? Well, the system kind of breaks down when one of them starts chasing your family around the lily patch. The fawn is still learning, however, so it could be she is wondering if the turkeys have found something better to eat. Where is her mother? Hopefully, she’s not orphaned. Maybe the other adult deer are just out of view of the camera. The scene is a tranquil one, the brief chase notwithstanding. The videographer immerses us in a bucolic setting on a farm or ranch, with a rustic old chicken coop or tool shed for a backdrop. Don’t you think this scene would make a great painting? All it needs is a rusting old car or tractor sinking into an overgrowth of tall goldenrod and jewelweed. How grand it must be, to be able to look out your window and see nature at play. It’s such a tiny segment of life on earth, yet imbued with forest magic that most of the 7.4 billion people living on this planet will never see. It’s a blessing that a privileged few have been gifted to enjoy, especially if they can quietly observe from a hidden vantage point. There’s no need to despair if you’re not one of them because the gift of nature has been shared with us. We don’t need to know and probably shouldn’t learn the precise whereabouts. It is an idyllic landscape, best preserved in this wonderful video capture. Turkeys , themselves, are wise old creatures with an instinct for survival. It is a wonder that they share the habitat so intimately with deer. Although it may look like they compete for food and resources, they really don’t. Deer eat small flowering plants that grow in the grass, and the turkeys are most likely foraging for seeds. In fact, turkeys are omnivorous, and if an insect or even small snake passes by its vigilant gaze, it will try to eat it. As there are a number of videos out recently that display similar scenes of deer and turkeys coexisting within feet of each other, it’s likely a completely healthy and natural thing, which is less of a truce and more of a community.

Gorilla Tries To Figure Out How To Wear T-Shirt1m26s

Gorilla Tries To Figure Out How To Wear T-Shirt

A female gorilla found a t-shirt but is not sure what to do with it! It is adorable to watch her scurry around, flinging the fabric about, trying to make sense of it all. In the beginning, we see our distant relative shake out the shirt as if she is preparing it for laundry. It is easy to see where our instincts come from! Gorillas are a human beings’ second closest relative behind the chimpanzee. There has been extensive research done to compare our similarities and differences to establish where we came from and how we have come to be. Despite there being a plethora of theories, as extravagant as we are a result of psychedelic consumption unlocking and enlightening the ape mind, we have yet to come to a general conclusion. We know that we evolved from these past family members, but exactly how remains a mystery. Of our genetic code, 98.7% is the same among humans and gorillas. Like us, the family structure is crucial to maintain the emotional bond between beings. Aside from our hands, noses and facial structure similarities, gorillas also endure body odor and the same five sense which ground us to this earth. They communicate in an outstanding manner, between their own species and even our own. There have been numerous accounts of emotional bonds between humans and apes. Remember King Kong? Despite his barbaric size and strength, he had a soft side a created a very strong emotional bond, some would call love, towards an unexacting young woman. The connection they shared was outstanding yet not unique. Many researchers have noted the emotional depth of these animals in their studies. Most notably is Jane Goodall who is known to have exemplified how gorillas and apes use tools in their societies. Jane Goodall is a writer and scientist who has spent years of her life among chimps. She studies them, lives with them and incorporates herself as one of their society. Even more, their family. She studies them in their natural habitat so that we may know more about the wondrous they have to offer. Despite our similarities, the gorilla’s greatest living predator is us, the humans. The threat to gorilla life has increased over the last several years, much as our impact on almost every other species on earth. Gorillas are currently being hunted and poached for their meat in many parts of the world which has increased the spread of disease such as Ebola. Gorillas are also suffering because their homes are being taken away due to logging and mining industries. All over our world where gorillas inhabit, they are under threat due to deforestation and habitat loss. The gorilla in this video is clearly in captivity at a zoo where the habitat conditions have been mimicked to try to emulate their natural lives. As gorillas may soon go extinct in central Africa, a zoo may soon be the only place to view these mysterious creatures. That is until Planet of the Apes happens. Or are we only dreaming?

Industrious Beaver Builds Dam Wherever He Finds Convenient2m33s

Industrious Beaver Builds Dam Wherever He Finds Convenient

Temporarily inside because he's a baby, JB the licensed educational ambassador practices his dam-building skills with whatever he can find. He is NOT a pet, but a permanent education animal with licensed rehabbers. This is really adorable. This little beaver is running all over the house finding things he can use to build his dam . This is a natural instinct that a beaver will feel like they have to do. Natural instincts are hard, sometimes nearly impossible, to overcome, deny, or refrain. This is especially true when you’re talking about wild and nondomestic animals. This cutie is getting everything he can find, including paper, shoes, toys, bags, etc. Part way through, he finds his favorite toy and gets temporarily distracted. This toy is a ball with a rope attached together. Eventually, after rolling it around for a moment, he takes it to the dam he is building. The person filming says that the dam has been moved, so apparently this little guy is still trying to find the perfect place to put and build his dam. It looks like he has chosen the site between rooms where there is located a small staircase to place his dam. Probably the cutest part of this entire video though, is when he approaches his human foster parent. He reaches up for attention from them, and it is just absolutely adorable. The viewer can see his long nails as he reaches up. These long nails would more than likely be a tad bit intimidating for most people, but obviously JB’s foster family is not at all phased. They chuckle as they watch him scurrying around the house trying to find the perfect objects to add to his collection in building his ideal dam in whatever part of the house he wants to build it in. They have extensive experience and training caring for animals like this, thankfully for the beaver . They have obviously grown close to their new house mate. Eventually, the beaver will more than likely be released back into the wild to go and live his life however he sees fit and chooses. In the meantime, he seems to have found a great family to spend his days with. They are providing him with plenty of free reign to run and build dams and exercise. He is also privy to all of the fresh foods and appropriate dietary necessities that he could ever want or need, so he is definitely somewhere safe with people who care about his true well-being. The world needs more people like this family to help care for abandoned baby animals who would otherwise not have much of a chance at all at surviving. We are thankful to these people for taking in JB and giving him such a wonderfully safe place to grow. Hopefully, there will be more videos made in the future to give JB’s fans an update as to how he is doing. We all would definitely love to see what he is up to and how he is developing and growing!

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Published: October 10, 201834,003 plays$27.00 earned
Friendly Pig Gets Endless Cuddles From A Feral Cat45s

Friendly Pig Gets Endless Cuddles From A Feral Cat

Watch this adorable video where this wild cat approaches Hank the pig that is lying on the grass, to give him many caresses with an incredible love. This cat is full of sweetness, and the pig does not get angry because of it, rather it stays calm, because it does not know if the wild cat can change its attitude at any time, because that is how unpredictable and eloquent cats are. Anyone would think twice about it, because they don't hesitate to scratch when they don't like something. Cats tend to be selective when it comes to giving love, as it is obvious that most cats are hateful most of the day, but never miss those moments in which they can be extremely affectionate. The kitten in this video shows all the love in the world to this pig , which must be surprised by the simple fact that out of nowhere comes a wild cat to caress him, and to purr on him, as the most tender thing that can exist. This cat does not take it in such a way with the humans, because it is a ferocious cat, that does not hesitate to give scratches to the one who tries to approach it very much to touch it. The cameras manage to capture that this cat does have a very noble heart, even if it becomes the rude one that hates humanity. We discovered that it is a ball of love that loves other animals, and that we enjoy seeing it, because the coexistence and affection between animals shows us that nature is only one, and there is no barrier that forbids us to embrace a small pig, even if you are a wild and hateful cat. Different studies and observations have proved that pigs are capable of dreaming, forgiving and being more intelligent than dogs, reaching an intellectual capacity equal to or superior to that of a 3 year old human child. This would summarize the peaceful behavior of these animals, which are very noble, you would have to be really evil so that they try to attack you. Pigs like to receive love and also to give it unconditionally, just like canines. We love to see this pig, as well as those who thanks to noble people, can enjoy a full life in a free place where they can fulfill their desires, sunbathe and learn from other animals, and why not receive the loving caresses of a kitten? Many times animals give us life lessons, which make us understand in their way, as there are more important things than consumerism, or absurd differences, those that can separate what by nature should be united and in harmony. It is never too late to soften your heart and get close to anyone you think needs a big hug, this is the message conveyed by this beautiful cat so captivating and loving. How adorable! What did you think of the video? We're sure you also loved it, if so, don't hesitate to like it! Share it on your social networks to reach more people. It can be the best part of your day. Enjoy it!