Funny & Cute Animals

Horse's Irregular Facial Expression Indicates Health Problems1m25s

Horse's Irregular Facial Expression Indicates Health Problems

We are sure you will agree that horses are one of the most majestic and beautiful animals on the planet. Despite the fact that they can easily crush us with their sized and immensely powerful hooves and therefore inspire fear, horses are very tender and beautiful creatures. And they show their tenderness in a wonderful way. Many people love their horses, take care of them and provide them with a natural life of the highest quality. But they cannot understand how horses communicate their gratitude, affection or even convey their reaction back to people who handle them. Just like a cat that folds on its lap, or a puppy that licks its nose, the horse has ways of saying that they love you. Horses are amazing animals and extremely perceptive to their surroundings. They are a prey animal whose evolution has helped them develop highly tuned senses that are able to pick up subtle communicators and body language to help them survive. When you stand among a herd of horses, you will see that they respond to every eye movement, ear flicker, or tail swipe of the other horses. And they read and respond to our non-verbal cues and body language too. They are so sensitive that even your breathing will give them clues about your mood and intentions. If we could be as perceptive as horses, we would no doubt process information in a way that would allow us far greater communication with each other. This horse is Prinz Harry, known as Harry, and he was a racehorse in his former life. He collapsed on the track several years ago due to cardiac arrhythmia and the diagnosis changed his life forever. He found his way to a very unique farm, The Mane Intent, near Peterborough, Ontario, where he lives with 9 other horses . Together, they work with people in a variety of situations to work miracles. They assist with leadership skills, experiential learning, and sometimes healing after traumatic or troubling events. Harry has definitely found his calling here. Harry is working with Dave, a police officer who found his way to the Mane Intent by coincidence. What is truly remarkable is that when they became paired up to work together, Dave was also struggling with cardiac arrhythmia, exactly as Harry had. Dave was facing his own challenges as a result and he was trying to come to terms with how the condition would affect his life. As they stood quietly in the ring, Harry made his way over to Dave and he began to show his teeth and tilt his head in what appears to be several exaggerated yawns. Anyone who understands horses can tell you that this is believed to be a purging of stress or tension. It may be a release of their own tension or the reaction to the tension that they sense from those around them. It's an unusual behavior which is meant to have great significance in an interaction such as this. Dave is a serious animal lover who came to The Mane Intent simply for the human/animal connection that the farm offers, but what he left with was a new outlook. After seeing that Harry had found a higher purpose and a beautiful life on this gorgeous farm, Dave realized that obstacles can sometimes be life's way of moving you in a better direction.

Parrot interrupts cantaloupe carving to enjoy a treat1m05s

Parrot interrupts cantaloupe carving to enjoy a treat

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 loves cantaloupe. In the summertime it is always in plentiful supply at the produce section of the market. Particularly the Tuscan variety, they are an exceptionally sweet melon with a rich, unctuous flavor. Marcia, his owner was busy preparing a cantaloupe when Einstein decided he wanted a snack. His owner put aside the task and let Einstein enjoy himself. Einstein was on a mission to obliterate the entire fruit! Marcia rescues the cantaloupe from demolition and moves it to a place where she can safely slice off piece for Einstein. Cantaloupe is not only tasty it is very nutritious too. Cantaloupe is an excellent source of vitamin C, vitamin A, and beta-carotene. It is also a good source of potassium and contains B vitamins. The vitamin A found in cantaloupe is important for eye health, making your eyesight stay sharp and healthy. Vitamin C aids in wound healing and helps the body make collagen, a protein essential to maintaining strong bones and skin. Cantaloupe is also rich in beta-carotene and rich in antioxidants. Einstein does enjoy helping in the kitchen, however, much care and attention is always in practiced when knives and heat are being used. Einstein's after is the number one priority. Would you like a parrot helping when preparing meals? In the video, "Chatty parrot like to help in the kitchen" ( ) Einstein helps to make a salad and carries on a conversation with his owner. 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 ( ) 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!" Music Credt: Carefree by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license ( ) Source: Artist:

Parrot Has Full-On Conversation With Reflection In Mirror26s

Parrot Has Full-On Conversation With Reflection In Mirror

There are tons of videos with parrots imitating owners’ speech, parrots swearing, parrots singing, but this is one of the rarest videos with a parrot that has actually learned to recite a book. When we think of our pets, happy thoughts spring to our minds. They are fun to be around and looking after a pet enriches your life. It makes you more responsible and pets can grow you up just like little children do. We know that the positive energy of a pet can hardly be replaced with anything else. It is true that when we are feeling down in the dumps, our pet is the one that can brighten up our day. People keep all kinds of pets, from hamsters and skunks to lizards and parrots . Whatever the type of a pet, one thing is true - you will never feel alone again. Anyone who has ever shared their heart and home with a pet will readily tell you all about how much their animals are full of personality, life, and surprises. Each type of pet brings different qualities to the table and when it comes to birds they are oftentimes quirky to the extreme. This is especially true for parrots. These birds are super intelligent and capable of learning all sorts of neat tricks and words, some even hold conversations. They can be loud or quiet, boisterous or reserved, problem-solvers or laid-back. Sound contradictory? That’s because parrots are individuals with individual personalities. Some generalities among species are recognized, but keep in mind that any bird can be the exception to a generalization. The lady in this video is a happy owner of a Ringneck parrot named Marnie and he is inexplicably excited to see himself in the mirror. Listen along as has tons of things to say to himself! Once he sees himself in the mirror, he picks up a conversation with himself and it may be the squeakiest one you have heard in years. Who said that talking with yourself sounds crazy? Of course it isn’t. Sometimes we need expert advice!. Talking to his own reflection in the mirror is something that Marnie enjoys the most. He can’t have enough of his charming looks and he supplements it with his funny speech. After a while it becomes like a game for him which he is so deep into. He can go on talking and talking without a break and he is so happy and content with himself. Birds will be birds, with all of their quirks and caprices, and Ringneck parrots are no exception. Marnie is not one of those shy birds. On the contrary, he is bubbly and enthusiastic, constantly busy and lively, allowing little time for rest. We find his antics extremely entertaining. His voice is high-pitched, with a squeaky-squawky repetition. What a lovely parrot! What is he trying to say? Is it giggle, tickle or some other “oral scribble”? Who knows? Since he is so handsome, we are sure that he says “Give me a kiss” to himself repeating it a few times up until the very end of the video when he really kisses his reflection in the mirror. We can call it a day!

Nothing is as Cute as a Newborn Horse who Wants to Cuddle1m05s

Nothing is as Cute as a Newborn Horse who Wants to Cuddle

This is Felix, a three week old foal who lives on a beautiful farm near Peterborough, Ontario. He spends his days playing and wandering in the meadows with his mother, Fling, an exceptionally well-dispositioned mare. Felix runs and plays with great enthusiasm. After running full speed and jumping all around, he's understandably tired. Felix had been playing with his new buddy, Dave, on this particular sunny day. He chased Dave around and then Dave chased him. But when enough was enough, he flopped down on the ground at Dave's feet and rolled like a giant puppy who wanted a belly rub. How could anyone resist?! Felix lay on some straw and demanded attention with his hooves, just like a dog will paw at it's owner for affection. He wiggled and pushed his way right up against Dave, who was only too happy to get down on the ground for a cuddle with the baby horse. What's even more surprising than a baby horse who wants too cuddle is a patient and tolerant mother who will allow it. Fling is an exceptional mare, and her dispposition is as gentle and as friendly as you can imagine. Horses are huge animals and they are naturally wary, even of humans. For Fling to graze contentedly nearby without objecting was truly remarkable. Even when Dave leaned right over Felix to rub his belly, Fling didn't bat an eye. She did keep a careful watch, never straying too far from Felix as he napped and cuddled. Mares will not venture far from their foal's side in the first few weeks when they are especially vulnerable to predators. Ever ready to defend her baby, Fling would be protective if the need arose. But Felix was obviously enjoying the attention and Fling was obviously aware that her precious baby was in no danger. Is there anything as cute as a cuddly newborn horse?

 Black 2,000-Pound Bull Devours Entire Loaf Of Bread1m25s

Black 2,000-Pound Bull Devours Entire Loaf Of Bread

Gus is a big boy with a big appetite. He's a full grown, intact bull who is more than 2,000 pounds of solid muscle. He spends his day wandering in his meadow with 20 other cows and their calves. Gus doesn't have to answer to anyone. He does whatever he wants, whenever he wants to do it and there isn't anybody as big as he is to tell him otherwise. And if Gus wants to eat a whole loaf of crusty French Bread, then Gus can have it. It took him about a minute to completely inhale this big loaf as Dave ripped off chunks and fed them into Gus' cavernous mouth as fast as he could. Gus is a big softy at heart and his nature is a lot more gentle than you might expect. This is exceptional among bulls. They are usually dominant, often aggressive, and difficult to trust around humans. Dave has been visiting this herd for several months and has become quite familiar with the cows on this farm. It was a surprise to him when he met Gus face to face recently because Gus had been living elsewhere and had not been in this meadow before. Dave stopped for a break while riding his bike, and he started eating a sandwich. Gus pushed his way through the herd and boldly walked right up to Dave, helping himself to the sandwich. Dave didn't argue with Gus one little bit. In fact, he was frozen on the spot, completely unsure of what the bull might think of an intruder in the meadow with his ladies. When Dave spoke with the farmer later, he learned that Gus is a very friendly bull who has been accustomed to people since birth. He also has a penchant for bread and sandwiches, as Dave already discovered on his own. The farmer told Dave that he was free to visit the herd, as always, and that Gus wouldn't give him any trouble, especially if he was offered a few slices of bread. Surprisingly, research done by Cornell University shows that a diet high in baked goods has no ill effects on cattle or bulls. The same study tells us that cows really enjoy bread. With that in mind, Dave has started meeting Gus in the meadow on a regular basis to share some doughy treats. Bulls are heavily muscled, especially around the shoulders and the neck. Their bones are thicker than cow's, their hooves are bigger, and their head is even made up of a much more solid skull. This allows them to fight for breeding rights with other males, and to protect the herd from predators . These differences are very apparent when looking at cows or bulls. The sheer size and power of a full grown bull is unmistakable. They are one of the largest land animals in North America, closely matched by bison and bull moose. As with any animal, caution should be exercised when interacting with them, especially when food is involved. It is never wise to approach a bull. Unless of course, that bull is named Gus, and you have just been to the bakery to get him a snack.

Published: August 5, 2018596 plays$0.52 earned
Elephant Baby Battles Herd To Get Mom's Milk1m35s

Elephant Baby Battles Herd To Get Mom's Milk

In an elephant herd, some members may not be as strong or as healthy as others, but everyone is part of the family, without exception. Sick or injured elephants are surrounded by the others and encouraged to stand, for instance. Elephants use their trunks to massage the weak elephant's shoulders and head. They also use their trunks to prod sick elephants to their feet and will attempt to use their bodies to support that of an injured or sick elephant. When traveling, healthy elephants often turn and look back at their slower herd mates, stopping and waiting for those elephants to catch up before continuing to move forward. Elephants are well known for their compassion and empathy towards others and just like humans they experience joy, grief, and a whole array of emotions. It is easy to guess how an elephant is feeling just by one short look at its face. But not always. There too in the elephant heard are tricks and power games members play on each other. Elephants have the reputation of the sages of the animal world and it is not strange to put this wisdom into use when moving the piece of the elephant dominance chessboard to their advantage. For illustration, this is how smart they are: they were seen using tools such as sticks to get to ticks, palm leaves to drive away flies. As the Institute of Nature Institute notes, "many young elephants in the wilderness develop mischievous habits to clog a wooden bell that they wear around their necks, with dirt or clay so that they do not make noise during banana rides on the farm at night." Elephants steal bananas, while the owner of the farm quietly sleeps and does not hear the robber. These are the Elephants from the Chester Zoo in Cheshire, England. With four cute calves in the herd and all different ages it can be quite challenging to get to mother’s milk and queuing is not one of their strong points. When you haven't got any patience, you just push the other one out of the way. Aayu the older male of the calves is nursing first when the one-month-old baby Anjan pushes in and get swiftly pushed out of the way again by Aayu, but then he gets pushed away by the bigger female Indali as she decided she wanted some of mom’s milk too. Aayu thinks maybe pushing backward helps but he just gets a shove up his backside from Indali. Little Anjan tries its luck again when Nandita is suckling but gets pushed away. This time mom intervenes with her trunk and kicks out. With the elephants, there is a lot of pushing and shoving going on. Chester Zoo has got seven Elephants, including four calves in the herd of the Hi Way family. They are: Thi (born 24.04.1981), Sithami (born 31.12.1997), Sundara born 07.03.2004), Nandita (born 20.08.2015), Aayu (born 18.01.2017), Indali (born 17.12.2016) and the new arrival Anjan (born . 17th of May 2018) They also have Anjans dad Aung Bo (born 17.07.2001) and female Maya the oldest born 1966. Habitat loss and fragmentation is the biggest threat to the Asian elephants. Also, scientists at the zoo leading the global fight against the elephant disease called endotheliotropic herpesvirus, also known as EEHV which there is currently no cure for. You can see more of this wonderful Elephant family in this video here on Rumble at:

Sneaky Mini Pig Steals Little Boy's Candy 13s

Sneaky Mini Pig Steals Little Boy's Candy

This comical video begins with a little boy playing with his pet mini-pig in the kitchen. He has a big plastic bag filled with suckers. You can hear the grandmother say "What's happening?" She is clearly concerned that the pig has ingested the candy with the wrapper and stick included. She decides to use this situation as a teaching moment for both her grandchild and the pet pig. She tells the small child "Say no Bella!" She admonishes the mini-pig saying "Bella, you can't eat candy!" Then she asks the sneaky little pig "Did you eat an orange sucker?" She quickly removes the bag to let this little piggy know she has been a naughty girl. The term mini-pig is a word that is technically inaccurate. A mini-pig is not an actual breed of pig. It is just a smaller breed of domestic pig. There are many terms for these animals that you will see on the internet. They are often referred to as micro-pigs and tea cup pigs . Technically, all newborn piglets could be called mini-pigs. They are often cute and pink and absolutely irresistible with their unsteady movements and cute little snorts. The trouble is, they don't stay that size for long. The truth of the matter is that these so-called "mini-pigs" can reach a size of 180 pounds and they can survive as long as 20 years if well cared for. Most of you are familiar with the pot-bellied pig trend that started back in 1986. They were marketed as pigs that you could walk on a leash, share your bed with and even toilet train. Sellers of these pigs insisted that your pig would remain forever tiny and easy to care for. People were quick to latch on to this new fad and soon there were people adopting these pigs all over the U.S. and Canada. The sad part of this story is that people quickly discovered that they were not so easy to look after and as each day passed and their piglet increased in size, reality began to sink in for these pet owners. Sadly, many of these pigs ended up being euthanized or simply abandoned. Some of these pigs were lucky enough to be moved into sanctuaries. Unscrupulous breeders have been known to underfeed and almost starve their pigs in order to maintain their small and appealing size. Inbreeding is also a common practice as well. Part of the problem is that the breeding of these pigs is not well-regulated. There are reputable breeders, but you really need to do your own research. Education of the public is very important. Somebody considering purchasing a pet of this nature really needs to know what they are getting into. You need to understand the nature and biology of a pig and have the proper facilities to contain an animal like this. A purchase of a miniature pig should never be an impulse buy. If you were to take on a pet of this nature, you should have the right environment so that as the animal grows and changes, you can accommodate it and keep it healthy. Clearly, the grandma in this video is monitoring her pet and making sure that her playful little piggy stays out of harm's way. If you enjoyed this video, kindly share this clip on social media with your friends.

Published: August 5, 2018140 plays$0.18 earned
Yawning Mini Pig Is Ready For Bedtime7s

Yawning Mini Pig Is Ready For Bedtime

Tucked under a pile of blankets and getting ready for a nap, this cozy little pig is guaranteed to make any animal lover's heart melt with its adorable yawn. Although only seven seconds long, this simple video perfectly captures the little pig's sleepiness, coziness as well as overall cuteness as its owners film its preparation for a little nap. The cozy atmosphere may make the viewer sleepy too, but most importantly it illustrates the kind and loving nature of pigs which, to many people's surprise, makes them great and loving pets. Despite not being as furry as kittens or as playful as puppies, pigs have proven to be highly intelligent making them lovable companions to those willing to embark on a journey of having a slightly larger and more unusual pet. Nonetheless, before adopting this smart and cuddly animal, potential owners will need to familiarize themselves with the nature of pigs' behavior as well as getting acquainted with their unique needs, their potentials and their limitations. They will also need to be willing to spend some time training it but also allowing the pig to get itself acquainted with its new surroundings. Unlike other types of pets who are perfectly content with exclusively indoor space, for pigs, however, open outdoor space is a must as it enables them the freedom to explore new territory while being surrounded by nature. Therefore, before making a cozy sleeping space for their little pig, owners will have to make sure that all requirements are met in order to create an ideal living situation for their lovely new pet. Only then will they be able to provide a great home for their pet pig and create mutual love and trust between them. Additionally, if adopted at a young age, pigs will have plenty of time to familiarize themselves with their owners and their new territory and will grow up happy, healthy and highly social which, in turn, will ensure many adorable moments such as the one captured in the video above. Therefore, some changes may have to be made in the household but if comfortable with its surroundings, the pig will allow its owners or their children to play with it, pet it, cuddle it and even build adorable little pillow or blanket fortresses for it to slumber in. If shown love and patience, the pig will return it. If properly trained and cared for, the pig will eventually develop trust in its owners and get comfortable with its new home and its loving new family. And lastly, if you do decide to add a little pig as an additional member to your family, or you already have one, film it, or photograph it as it may brighten somebody's day upon seeing it. For now, however, you may take seven seconds of your day and watch this short but sweet video of a tiny pig's big yawn and you might just wish for one of your own or you may feel a desire to take a cozy nap instead.

Hungry Bull Steals Cyclist's Sandwich Out Of His Hand2m06s

Hungry Bull Steals Cyclist's Sandwich Out Of His Hand

Dave gets out on his bike when he can and he often stops for a snack or a drink at the side of the road. He has a few favorite places to rest, most of them near a meadow with horses or cows. He loves animals and he takes advantage of any chance he gets for a little visit. He has gotten to know a few of the local farmers and he always makes sure that they don't object to their animals being given a little treat, or to Dave having a close up visit. This herd of cows lives on a farm along Dave's biking route and they belong to a man, also named Dave and his wife, Cathy. Their farm is a beautiful expanse of rolling pasture with a few ponds and a woodlot where the cows wander freely. Because the cows have become very used to human interaction and kindness from their people, they don't mind a visitor. Farmer Dave has no objection to a visit over the fence like this. Dave got to know the farmers recently when one of the cows, "Flo", had her calf right beside the fence and he slipped under it when he was born. Dave had stopped on his way past and was filming the cows in the pond. Flo cried and bellowed, pacing back and forth as if asking for help. Dave eventually realized she needed help and he pushed "Sparky" under the electric fence, despite the two of them getting a few little shocks. The video went viral on Rumble and the calf got his name as a result. This is how Dave met the farmers and now he stops to see how his little cow buddy is doing. Dave loves his Gopro cameras as much as he loves his cycling and he records almost everything that involves animals. Dave even had a camera on his helmet which was also running during this encounter. As Dave slipped past the fence and into the meadow, he left a camera at the fence to record the moment. What he expected was that Flo and Sparky would come up for a curious sniff as they sometimes do, and maybe even a little treat. Dave happily munched on his sandwich and shared some lettuce from his wife's garden with the cows. What Dave did not realize was that there is a newcomer in the meadow. Gus, a 2,000lb fully intact bull, now resides in the meadow with the herd. Dave began to realize that things weren't going as expected when he noticed a big, black cow emerging from among the red and tan ones. He looked to his right and stopped mid-chew as he picked up on some things that very different. This "cow" was much larger than the others. His head was almost twice the size of the females' heads and his shoulders seemed impossibly large. He didn't have horns but the unmistakable genitalia beneath the beast left no doubt in Dave's mind that he was male. Dave had never seen a bull this close before and he wasn't sure how to react. It was obvious that the bull was not charging and his approach seemed curious as opposed to angry or aggressive. A bull this size has no need to fear a cyclist or any other creature. He also has no reason to tolerate a stranger in his meadow paying attention to his women. Dave decided to remain still and see what the bull had in mind. He was hoping that remaining motionless would cause the bull to walk past. Dave couldn't believe his eyes when the monstrous animal walked up nonchalantly and took the sandwich right out of his hand. He can be heard muttering "Whoa bull" nervously but it didn't stop the giant sandwich thief from helping himself. At that moment, Dave didn't want the sandwich as much as he wanted to leave, but he was frozen on the spot. Surprisingly, the bull took the sandwich with all the gentleness of a well-trained pet dog. He sniffed curiously and then opened his enormous mouth. One slice of bread fell to the ground as the bull made the other one disappear. He sniffed at the slice on the ground and then it disappeared too. When your head is this big, a sandwich can fit in your mouth like it's a cracker. The bull sniffed Dave for a few seconds and even sniffed the camera on his helmet. Dave didn't dare move as he felt the hot breath on his face, the bull's face only inches from his own. The animal stood patiently as if waiting for another sandwich to appear and then he calmly made his way back into the middle of the cows. Dave commented at that point that he had lost his appetite. When the bull was looking the other way, Dave slipped back over the fence and out of the meadow. He later spoke to the farmers who told him that "Gus" is actually an exceptionally friendly bull and that Dave was never in any danger. Gus does like being hand fed and he especially likes bread. Since he was a very young bull, he had been given an occasional treat. He is also very comfortable with people and has never been aggressive. Dave was even invited to visit Gus again if he likes. Studies conducted by Cornell University actually show that cows and bulls have no trouble with a diet that includes bread, even in large quantities. If Dave does visit Gus again, he will be sure to bring an extra sandwich for him. Or two. Lucky for Dave, Gus is not a typical bull. An animal this large could easily kill a grown man and bulls can often be very unpredictable. Entering a meadow with a bull is never advisable.

Parrots squabble like siblings over notebook paper40s

Parrots squabble like siblings over notebook paper

Loki is a white bellied caique and Willie is a green Quaker. They act just like siblings, being sweet to each other one minute and then fighting over a notebook the next. Loki is bigger and older and usually wins the little squabbles. In the video, Loki uses his foot to win this one, then starts to laugh!

Published: August 1, 201814,674 plays$17.17 earned
Playful Newborn Foal Falls While Playing In Pasture1m44s

Playful Newborn Foal Falls While Playing In Pasture

Felix is a playful and happy foal who is three weeks old. He lives on a beautiful farm near Peterborough, Ontario, along with a few other horses, some cows, and a few dogs. He lives a carefree life and has access to several pastures and paddocks which he can romp and play in alongside his mother, Fling. The two are a joy to watch as they wander, graze, or lie in the sun. A typical foal in many ways, Felix often becomes playful and bounces in the air or runs around spontaneously, testing out his new legs. But Felix is not yet as coordinated or as graceful as his mother. In this video, we see him happily sprinting and kicking up his heels and we see his mother joining in the fun occasionally too. Felix hasn't mastered the art of cornering yet and he leans too far into his turn, causing his legs to slide out from under him. The moment turns from joyous to scary as Felix goes down hard, colliding with the dirt. He slides and ends up with his head being driven down into the ground. Alison, the owner of the farm watches as Felix rolls over, balanced momentarily on his head with his neck twisted painfully under him. The laughter stops as the man holding the camera ask Alison if Felix is okay. For a moment, it looks as if the poor foal might be seriously injured. Fling hurries in to check on her baby and she sniffs at him and waits. Felix lies on the ground, recovering, and everybody holds their breath. It's a good thing that a newborn foal is flexible or this spill would have caused a serious neck injury. Alison helps Felix to get his legs under him so he can get up. Felix eventually manages to get to his feet and he stands and looks around. Poor Felix seems confused and has temporarily lost his desire to run around the paddock. But after a few more minutes, Felix shakes it off and decides that its playtime again. Horses are naturally tough and being young, Felix is able to bounce back from a fall like this without any trouble. Within a few minutes, he is back to doing what foals do and he trots around again, ready for more playtime. But perhaps Felix will remember the lesson that comes with a fall and he will take the corners more cautiously. Felix is a very friendly little foal who is more curious about people than most horses . Following his mother's nature and temperament, he is more comfortable with human interaction and more content with close human contact. He seeks affection, much like a family dog, and enjoys playing with anyone who will chase him or run away from him. Felix is getting a lot of attention from Alison's family and from people who come to the farm to visit Fling and Felix. They have become a very popular pair. He is so adorable!

White tiger and lion get a meaty popsicle on a hot Summer day1m11s

White tiger and lion get a meaty popsicle on a hot Summer day

Animals that have to live in captivity need environmental enrichment: neural and physical stimulation in order to reduce stress and enhance their well-being. Big cats can't hunt when they live in an enclosure, so instead of always just being handed their food, they some times get a bucket of frozen meat and blood. It not only helps them endure hot Summer days, but it also keeps them entertained for a very long time!

Published: August 1, 201824,661 plays$30.51 earned
Lazy Monkey Refuses To Get Out Of Bed2m50s

Lazy Monkey Refuses To Get Out Of Bed

You have probably seen those spunky little monkeys called Capuchin. They have starred in innumerable TV shows, movies, and commercials. But there’s more to them than on-screen fame. They poke each other in the eye as a bonding gesture. They throw rocks at their monkey crushes. Some are kept home as pets and they create unbelievable bonds with other pets in the family. It is amazing how different types of pets get on well and their friendship lasts as long as they live. Monkeys in general are creatures of many talents. Some know how to turn the car ignition key, some know how to make perfect somersaults and some know to juggle. Being a monkey means a short attention span - just like a little child, so monkeys always need a little kick to remind them that they need to be active. If you can call “sleeping the day away” a talent then we have the winner. He is called Davie and he is a Capuchin monkey. Davie is so spoiled that he doesn’t want to get out of bed for nothing in this world. He looks so exhausted so he usually loves to nap. Davie is a funny ape - with his dark brown fur, he behaves like a baby. He surely doesn’t like to be in the spotlight, who turned on that bright light? If you could just please switch it off because this monkey only loves to sleep, sleep and sleep. Davie also likes sucking his thumb, and turning from one side to another. Of course, with so much light, it is a real wonder how he is still able to close his eyes. But what can he do when his favorite hobby is snoozing on the sofa without a pardon? And who said that sleeping is overrated? They were wrong. Just look at Davie- we kind of feel sorry for him for being woken up. Davie doesn’t find the process of waking up exciting at all. He just looks at something undefined in the distance and he behaves like he is not listening to his owner at all. What is more, his most wanted toy is with him in bed, and that is a huge monkey, of course. It gives him support and it takes his anxiety away. Why not? Babies fall asleep with toys, what is Davie different than them? Getting up is out of question. His owner’s soft voice and her gentle touch won’t help either. Davie has switched on the “ignore” button and that’s it. Waking him up is an impossible mission that no one can accomplish, neither Tom Cruise. If you have a monkey pet and you love filming it in every possible situation, we are eager to see your videos, Anyway, what do you think about this video? Make sure you tell us more in the comments down below. If you like what you see, don’t forget to share it with others who might like it as well. It just might be the highlight of their day! Enjoy!

Parrot whistles the familiar ballpark charge tune48s

Parrot whistles the familiar ballpark charge tune

Anyone who has attended a sporting event is familiar with the "charge" tune. The short tune consists of six notes followed by rooters shouting, "Charge!" Occasionally, the fanfare is repeated one or more times. Written by Tommy Walker in the fall of 1946. Einstein the parrot has never been to a sporting event, his owners taught him this famous fanfare. He loves to perform it on a regular basis. This particular day he was on the back porch as if watching his favorite sports team and cheering them on. At one point he asks for a nut and put an imaginary net up to his beak. He also requested some water. Sounds like it's time for lunch and a slice of refreshing cantaloupe. Einstein you're a great sports fan and a very silly parrot! 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 ( ) 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!