Funny & Cute Animals

This Woman Is Honored To Have A Wild Deer Nap In Her Lap40s

This Woman Is Honored To Have A Wild Deer Nap In Her Lap

Animals are amazing creatures! They can bring joy to our lives even when we are feeling low. Sure, there are some animals that you do not want to get anywhere near, but then there are some that you just want to cuddle with and love just like this deer here. Now, when you think of a wild animal, cuddling is not something that easily comes to mind. Sure, they might like to communicate, get to know you, see if you are a good person or not and then they just move along, mostly by running away from you. This poor soul, however, has a very deep and loving connection with the woman, because she owes her her life. Naturally, when you sense someone you love close to you, the first thing you want to do is cuddle with them. In this adorable video, watch as a deer falls asleep in this woman’s lap! Sadly, the deer is blind and deaf due to an unfortunate close encounter with a vehicle. Luckily the good Samaritan in this clip saved the deer and took it in as a part of the family. Faith in humanity restored! It is very sad what happened to this animal. Good thing that this human came along when they did or else the unthinkable could have happened to this deer. Animals should not have to suffer due to our negligence, at least this person is out there atoning for someone else's wrongdoing! Footage filmed in Alabaster, Alabama, USA.

Silverback Gorilla Exercising Dominance Receives Dose Of Karma47s

Silverback Gorilla Exercising Dominance Receives Dose Of Karma

A hilarious footage has emerged of an over-confident male gorilla exercising dominance in his zoo enclosure. However, his heroic act was tainted with an epic slip up. Who would have known that even a silverback gorilla can slip up? He slipped so much that he did the splits! Adorable! Imagine going to the ZOO to visit all those exotic animals, only to have a 375 pound male gorilla lunge at you in his enclosure! In this clip, we see a massive silverback male showing visitors and other gorillas in his enclosure that he is the alpha! Glass or not, watching a gorilla charge at you only to pound on its chests, is definitely a scary experience! In this video, we are fazed by what the huge mammal is trying to achieve, but eventually, karma takes things in her own hands. This is typical behavior, it is just what male gorillas do. They just exude that dominance and they want to show that any way they can, while making a lot of noise and fuss about it. The pounding of chests and the angry charging, makes gorillas seem pretty scary to be around! In this compilation of several footages, we see a male silverback gorilla exercising dominance in a zoo enclosure. In the first footage we see a male gorilla pounding his chests, showing the others who’s in charge. Next, he charges straight down the grass with such incredible force, but slips in the process. What an embarrassment for such alpha male, we’re sure! Next time, we hope he learns how to hold his horses, and exercise his dominance elsewhere! We have seen male gorillas in action many times and we know their dominant behavior. If you haven’t stumbled upon harsh gorilla dominance, make sure you stick around for a moment to witness the action as a self-confident male beats his chests for attention. It's all for recognition!

Competitive Parrot Takes Up Screaming Challenge Against Human1m07s

Competitive Parrot Takes Up Screaming Challenge Against Human

This is the hilarious moment when one very competitive parrot tries to outspeak its human by loud screaming. Charley likes to scream and she likes her screaming contests. She starts off softly and as you get louder she gets louder. Charley is definitely the winner! Footage shows a parrot sitting on the leg of her human, enjoying a quiet time in the living room. Moments later, we hear a screaming noise in the distance and realize that owner is trying to tease its pet, by mimicking her screams. The overly-competitive parrot quickly takes up the challenge and tries to outspeak her human by screaming from the top of her lungs. How adorable! Family feud in the making! It is hilarious how quickly this parrot accepted the screaming challenge and engages in a long, fierce discussion with owner. Every time the owner makes a noise, the parrot uses high-pitched voice to outspeak her loving human! This might be the most adorable fight we have ever seen! There is no doubt that Charley likes to scream and always likes to win at her screaming contests. She starts off softly and as you get louder she gets louder. You won’t win a battle with this overly-competitive bird! Hilarious! Animals lovers prepare to have your heart melted as this priceless moment will warm up your hearts! In this video we are introduced to the pet parrot Charley who is captured screaming at her owner as part of a family challenge. Don't you wish that you had a pet bird like Charley at home to scream with?

An Owl's Unique Friendship With A Cat Attracts Visitors To This Japanese Cafe43s

An Owl's Unique Friendship With A Cat Attracts Visitors To This Japanese Cafe

Everyone, meet the two most adorable little buddies in Japan! Fuku-chan is a 5-year-old little owl and his best friend is Marimo, a 2-month-old Scottish Fold kitten. Now, we have spoken about these peculiar combinations for a very long time and by now nothing is too out-of-the-ordinary. But these two are so popular in the world of Hukulou Coffee, that the patrons that visit this locale are mostly attracted by the incredible connection this bird has with the cats that call the cafe their home. Located on Osaka, Hukulou Coffee is an owl cafe, a place where you can get your steaming cup of joe with a side of owl cuteness. If that doesn’t tickle your fancy, then get this - Fuku-chan has become best buds with the cafe’s youngest resident, Marimo! The adorable pair has been introduced to a myriad of websites all across Japan and people are swooning over them. What is not to swoon over anyway? Sadly, what people seem to be missing here is the sad truth behind these increasingly popular owl cafes. In order to reach their popularity, where folks will be calling them “beautiful” and “heart-melting”, they need to capture the wildlife, ergo rid them of their freedom so that patrons can interact with the birds that call the inside of the establishment their home. Kent Knowles, president of the Raptor Conservancy of Virginia, says that getting people around wild critters as if they were your run-of-the-mill cats and dogs is a terrible idea. We hope that Fuku’s friendship with Marimo offers him at least some comfort, albeit rare, amidst the frightening life in café captivity. Fuku will probably never be able to live in the wild, where he would be able to find lots of his own kind, but it's a small relief that he has found such a loving companion in this tiny kitty.

Dog And Parrot Can’t Have Enough Of Their Unique Friendship1m01s

Dog And Parrot Can’t Have Enough Of Their Unique Friendship

Dogs are man's best friend - but who's a dog's best friend? According to a video making the rounds, it's a parrot. The video shows a little pup and his tame parrot friend having an old-fashioned romp together in their home. Of course, most birds probably wouldn't be up for playing like this. But this gal certainly seems to enjoy it. The birdie doesn’t share the same amount of energy as its friend the doggie. It looks a bit confused while the dog keeps running in circles waiting for the parrot to become at least more active. But it seems the bird loves being in the center of this game and it doesn’t mind the incredibly playful nature of the dog. The puppy really likes to hang out more with the parrot, so when the parrot turns its back to the dog, this canine zooms in front of its friend making sure that he will get its undivided attention. He just wants to have some fun. What’s bad in that? The parrot seems absent-minded but it tries to be friendly by making little steps towards the dog. However, the dog is not that satisfied with such an action so he goes on barking, running in circles and reprimanding his parrot friend to show more enthusiasm. The birdie being as relaxed as it is, decides that it’s time to listen to its friend and starts jumping shyly and even tries to tease the doggie. But it's clear that whatever the case, this pair really loves each other and their friendship is unique.

Wild Fox Cubs Cheerfully Play On A Backyard Trampoline1m01s

Wild Fox Cubs Cheerfully Play On A Backyard Trampoline

A pair of young wild foxes discover a backyard trampoline and immediately turn their little sharp minds to discovering what it can do. Naturally, being renowned for their intelligence and cunningness, it doesn’t take long for these curious foxes to figure out how to enjoy it! Three fox cubs are caught playing and jumping on a backyard trampoline in Brighton, UK in this heartwarming clip. How cool is that? The playful baby foxes are having the times of their lives bouncing around on the kids’ trampoline in the backyard! They are having so much fun that we are now thinking of placing random trampolines in the wild so as to achieve the same effect. Kidding, but just imagine that! Both, kids and adults enjoy the sheer enjoyment that comes from jumping on a trampoline, but it turns out that this fun factor isn’t just limited to humans. Watch in this caught-on-camera moment as foxes decide to test the high-flying device out for themselves. Adorable! The ‘pouncing’ behavior is used by foxes in the wild, especially when they’re jumping on rodents hidden beneath the snow. This video shows three wild foxes bouncing around, playing, and biting at one another, while exploring the trampoline. Cuteness overload! This video serves as proof that when foxes are not roaming the forests and fields hunting or outwitting everyone else, they behave just like humans do— they work hard and then they play hard, which we find especially true when it comes to a kids' trampoline left waiting in the backyard. As these three foxes are joyously playing on the bouncing device, occasionally nipping at each other’s faces, we cannot help but remember John Lewis’s Christmas commercial. It is adorable to witness that animals also want to have a moment of joy and play!

Clever Squirrel Conquers Bird Feeder After Outsmarting The Slinky 35s

Clever Squirrel Conquers Bird Feeder After Outsmarting The Slinky

A hilarious footage has emerged featuring one tenacious squirrel desperately trying to climb on the bird feeder, and just like that squirrel watching got way more interesting than bird watching. It is funny how the little critter is so close, but yet so far away from his target, given the slinky obstacle it has to surmount! Generally speaking, squirrels are known for their acrobatic skills but also for their wily habit of stealing seeds from all sorts of bird feeders, and this funny little thief proves both of these claims! Squirrels are smart! Check out this critter figure out a way around the slinky at the bird feeder. All captured in slow motion via time lapse. Incredible! Watch the adorable footage as this ignorant squirrel struggles to climb on a slippery bird feeder and somehow manages to trick the slinky in order to get to the treat. Reportedly, adding a slinky to a birdfeeder stops pesky squirrels from eating all the birdseed. However, given these critters are very persistent, the slinky is quickly defeated and it is the squirrel that claims victory in the end! The hungry squirrel desperately tries to get to the feeder, but fails the first time because the slinky really got in her way! However, the tenacious squirrel doesn’t allow life to knock it down, and persistently tries to climb its way out to the feeder! After gathering its strength, the critter makes another jump and passes with flying colors! Amazing! Anything is possible with a little bit of practice. When you fail, you just need to try and try again, and again until you achieve your goal. Take this squirrel for instance. Squirrels will do just about anything they can to get to some yummy food, even if that means surmounting slippery obstacles that get in their way!

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Published: May 15, 201841,713 plays$104.82 earned
Friendly Parrot Repetitively Calls Out For Amazon Alexa1m12s

Friendly Parrot Repetitively Calls Out For Amazon Alexa

A clever parrot has quickly figured out how to call on Alexa in this heartwarming clip. In the video, the owner is filming the hilarious moment when a parrot is flirting with owner’s Amazon Echo device. Watch as the parrot calls out for Alexa over and over again, much to owner’s amusement. The Amazon Echo’s Alexa replies to vocal requirements, and while most of the time those requirements come from a human, other times their feathered friends get in on the act. A lovely African Grey parrot amusingly asks her new best friend, Alexa, to come out and play. Adorable! Check it out as this clever parrot learns how to say 'Alexa' in order to turn on Amazon Alexa. It is hilarious how this friendly parrot controls her BFF Alexa to do everything! Do you also have pets who like to play with Alexa? Share your experience in the comments below! Gray parrots are renowned for their conversational talent. A resident of the rainforest, accustomed to sleeping on tall trees, when given the necessary conditions, flourishes as a pet bird. This is one of the most popular exotic birds, which easily gets used to domestic conditions. Over time, with a good attitude, the parrot becomes attached to the owner and begins to endow it with its love. In this case, the friendly parrot became attached to his owner’s automated device. How cool is that!? Judging from this video, gray parrots have so much love to keep going on but also have domesticized so well that they start giving their love to the most sophisticated home appliances. Another funny video has emerged of a woman discovering the items her pet parrot has saved in her Echo device shopping list. Adorable!

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Published: May 15, 2018382 plays$0.93 earned
Einstein The Talking Parrot Is Anxious To Visit The Veterinarian1m13s

Einstein The Talking Parrot Is Anxious To Visit The Veterinarian

Let's face it, medical exams are annoying! You are poked, prodded and sometimes stuck with needles! The indignities continue on and on! Yet, these visits are necessary to maintain our pets health. Parrots must also have routine veterinary visits at least once a year. These visits are stressful on both the bird and its owners. The bird has to be restrained in order to be examined. That is not easy to do with a parrot who has a beak that could do serious damage to human flesh when it feels threatened. Usually, the parrot is placed in a towel to be restrained for the entire exam. This is both uncomfortable for the bird and the doctor is hindered by the bulk of the towel. Dr. Osofsky ABVP is a board certified Avian veterinarian. To gain this certification it requires additional training above and beyond what is required to practice veterinary medicine. Dr. Osolfsky will only use a towel to get control of the bird and then quickly takes it away. This makes for a much experience. The parrot must be held by the neck with their feet supported. The vet assistant in this video is doing an excellent job! It looks like the parrot is being strangled. Don't worry, birds are chest breathers. If held around the chest, the bird would suffocate. Einstein passed his medical exam with "flying" colors! He also got a tasty treat for being such a good boy! 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!

Parrot sings his rendition of classic country song1m47s

Parrot sings his rendition of classic country song

Max recites his clever version of part of the old country song "Oh Lord It's Hard To Be Humble". He switches out some words toward the end and when he refers to "Emma", the family dog who has since passed away. He also showcases his amazing skills by doing a short sing-a-long!

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Published: May 14, 2018110 plays$0.14 earned
Chinchilla Indulges In Relaxing Massage10s

Chinchilla Indulges In Relaxing Massage

Small, furry pets can make wonderful companions for both children and adults, and chinchillas are no different. Check out this adorable little chinchilla as it receives a loving massage from its caretaker. Too cute! With short forelimbs and long, muscular hind legs, this chinchilla resembles a rabbit, but its ears are much shorter and rounder. It has large, black eyes and bushy tail and it loves when it is being massaged around its head. Especially the part under its chin and on the neck. Then it curls up in a soft furry ball and it leans its head sideways to show how it is actually enjoying the massage. We know that massages have therapeutic effect on our bodies and it’s the same for this animal. The chinchilla enjoys it so much that it is on the verge of falling asleep. It would rather be exploring or maybe climb on its caretaker rather than being restrained, however, human touch makes it very calm and relaxed. Though this rodent is very active and playful, when it comes to massages it melts away and what is more, the chinchilla likes being held and cuddled like a dog or a cat only in this way. However, it has its own ways of expressing affection to its owner. This chinchilla’s fur is so velvety that the best thing about it is simply holding it as it brings a piece of mind when watching it. Chinchillas can make wonderful pets for the right family. They are smart, inquisitive, and loving animals. These adorable creatures are social animals and need a lot of interaction. A lone chinchilla requires a great deal of attention and can become very attached to its owner.

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Published: May 14, 201820,313 plays$42.91 earned
Hungry baby fawns wag tails out of happiness11s

Hungry baby fawns wag tails out of happiness

These fawns at the Sweetbriar Nature Center are growing up so fast! You'll love the way their tails move when they are eating. Did you know that not only dogs and cats wag their tails (for totally opposite reasons), but that deer, lambs, goats and even ducks may wag their tails out of contentment or anticipation of a treat?

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Published: May 10, 20183,518 plays$6.11 earned
Sound Of Parrot's Beak Provides Unique ASMR Experience3m04s

Sound Of Parrot's Beak Provides Unique ASMR Experience

Have you ever heard a sound that created a delightful, tingly sensation in your scalp? Then it trickles down your head to your neck and shoulders, leaving a marvelous relaxation feeling in its wake. Then you have experienced ASMR or autonomous sensory meridian response. Before it was known as autonomous sensory meridian response, there were some pretty creative names for the sensation. Some called it "brain massage," "head tingle," or even "brain orgasm." There are many triggers to this sensory experience. Whispering is the most common, but others includes the sound of someone rummaging fingers through a box of beads, crinkly paper or plastic, tapping on a keyboard, tapping finger nails on glass, or running fingers over the bristles of a comb or hair brush. To some people the sound of a parrot grinding it's beak is a trigger for ASMR. The sound may be creepy to some, but the rhythmic sound is found to be very relaxing to others. It is normal for parrots to make this sound before they go to sleep. It shows the parrot is very relaxed and contented. It's a sign of a very happy parrot! There are many ASMR triggers. ASMR is not to be confused with being sexual. There is no arousing element to the experience. Instead it is deeply relaxing, much like meditation. 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!

Horse's face massage turns into adorable interaction1m15s

Horse's face massage turns into adorable interaction

Blaze lives on a farm near Millbrook, along with many other horses. His paddock meets the road at a spot where Dave often cycles or walks past. The two have become good friends in the past year or two, with Dave regularly bringing Balze a treat. Often, it's an apple or a carrot and once, Blaze even decided that he wanted a drink of Dave's apple juice right out of the bottle when Dave stopped by on his bike. Today, Dave stopped at the paddock and gave Blaze his treat and then got out hiss camera to take a selfie. Blaze stuck his head over the fence obligingly and posed happily. But what Blaze was really interested in was the face rub that started at thee same time as the photos. Most animals have an itchy spot or a spot that they want rubbed or scratched. To find it will guarantee you an instant friend. Dave must have found just the right spot because Blaze's eyes became droopy and he stood still, leaning on Dave, taking it all in. His head was getting heavier on Dave's shoulder as the face massage continued and even his lower lip became very droopy and quivery as this was going on. Whenever Dave stopped rubbing, Blaze would nudge him or move his head over to the other shoulder as if demanding attention on both sides of his face. Horses are remarkably intelligent and also very curious. It's very possible that Blaze was aware that Dave was laughing with delight at what was going on. They also have a sense of humor and respond when people are happy or amused. It's possible that his wobbly lip and playful nudging were the equivalent of a horse laugh. Either way, this perceptive horse seemed to be as happy with the interaction as Dave was.

Rescued Robin Caught Red-Handed Stealing Fresh Pancakes14s

Rescued Robin Caught Red-Handed Stealing Fresh Pancakes

Adorable footage has emerged of a sassy American Robin taking few bites of freshly baked pancakes while nobody is watching. However, homeowner catches the bird red-handed and the little rascal flies away with embarrassment. So cool! The domesticated American Robin by the name of Emby thought that nobody would notice if she steals a few bites of pancakes right off the stove! Her owner caught her red-handed but Emby insisted it wasn't her and tried to get away with it! Cuteness overload! Emby was found when she just a few days old by the family dog, and was raised by hand. Her bird family's nest was destroyed by neighborhood crows, and she fell a long distance to the ground below. Unfortunately, her sibling did not make it. Emby sat in the grass for a long time, hungry and dehydrated and is lucky to have survived at all. Human-imprinting is a form of learning when an animal gains its sense of species identification. Birds do not automatically know what they are when they hatch and visually imprint on their parents during the period of development. If birds imprint on humans, they pick up some habits that they wouldn’t usually have in the wild. Because she imprinted on humans, Emby cannot live in the wild. She is not afraid of dogs, cats or humans, and so would not know to avoid these possible dangers. It is important to note that if a baby bird is found in distress, it is essential to contact a local avian rescue! Watch as the tame creature sits on the stove next to a plate full of pancakes and shamelessly nibbles on the dough. Watching Emby eating her breakfast she reminded us of scenes from Disney movies. Adorable!

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.

Adorably Tiny Hummingbirds Snuggle In Their Nest21s

Adorably Tiny Hummingbirds Snuggle In Their Nest

These teeny tiny baby hummingbirds are so cute snuggling in their nest. Like a crown jewel, the nest of a hummingbird is one of the great wonders in all of nature. They are so tiny, yet so perfect. Few of us have ever seen a hummingbird nest. This is because they are nearly impossible to find. From the ground, they look like another bump on a branch. From above, an umbrella of leaves conceals them. And from the side, they look like a tiny knot, quilted with lichens, plant down and fibers. Hummingbird nests are amazing architectural creations that protect and nurture some of the world's most delicate birds. It may only be 5-8 weeks from the time nest construction begins until the maturing birds leave home, but observing hummingbird nests can be a rewarding and enchanting experience for birders. Hummingbirds build velvety, compact cups with spongy floors and elastic sides that stretch as the young grow. They weave together twigs, plant fibers, and bits of leaves, and use spider silk as threads to bind their nests together and anchor them to the foundation. Hummingbirds choose safe, sheltered locations for their nests, ensuring that their hatchlings are protected from sun, wind, rain, or predators. The most common nest locations are in the forked branch of a tree, along thin plant branches, or sheltered in dense bushes. Thicket-like areas or thorny bushes are especially preferred for the extra protection they provide. Hummingbirds are resourceful, however, and may build nests in unique locations.

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Published: May 11, 2018755 views