Funny & Cute Animals

Friendly Siberian Husky Stops By To Greet Horsies Every Time He Goes For A Walk1m31s

Friendly Siberian Husky Stops By To Greet Horsies Every Time He Goes For A Walk

A heartwarming video has emerged featuring the amazing bond that has been formed between two horsies and a Siberian Husky. It is incredible how this friendly pooch befriended the horses and pays them a visit every time he goes for a walk. Amazing! Footage shows the genuine love between Max and these two horses that live on a nearby farm. Every time Max and his owner pass by, horses come closer to greet him. What an incredible bond! These friendly horsies love to get visits from their new Siberian Husky friend. Watch as this pair horses approach every time Max stands at the fence, calling for them. They have formed a beautiful bond indeed. Have you witnessed a similar friendship? We always praise unlikely friendships between animals. There are plenty of videos where humans and animals form indescribable bonds. However, it is very interesting to witness two different animals form a close relationship. Horses are indeed majestic creatures, and Max the Siberian Husky most certainly agrees. Namely, every time he and his owner Wei Wang take a walk, they visit the nearby farm just to greet the horses. It is amazing how the pair of horses walks up to Max every time he visits and greet him with curiosity. Footage shows as Max approaches and comes for a visit, the horses approach as well and welcome him to come right up to the gate. Watching the horses come nose-to-nose with Max is truly amazing and witnessing this kind of unique bond is something to remember!

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Published: December 28, 20171,975 plays$6.26 earned
Monkey gets new toothbrush for Christmas57s

Monkey gets new toothbrush for Christmas

Angel Bullock the monkey is known for her good hygiene habits such as brushing her own teeth. This 20 year old Java Macaque can't wait to try out her brand new Christmas toothbrush!

Elephant throws sand and water at tourists on safari55s

Elephant throws sand and water at tourists on safari

This video was filmed by two individual tourists, at the same time, while on Safari in a wilderness area of the Greater Kruger Park, South Africa. They stopped at a herd of elephants for a while. One individual specifically caught everyone's attention. Not something you see everyday, this Elephant was digging in the sand for water. Elephants have a very acute sense of smell and rather prefer clean water below the sand than muddy water at the watering holes. With a few kicks in the sand to about a meter deep, fresh water starts cyphering through the sand. The sand acts as a filter delivering fresh water from the below laying water table in the dry river bed. While this guy was sucking up some of his newly found fresh water, he decided without warning, to splash a whole trunk full of water mixed with a lot of sand all over the vehicle and tourists. Listening to the amount of sand hitting the vehicle, it clearly indicates that specific slurp full was not pleasant enough for him and gave it to the people. Was it by accident or intentional? It can be debated. From past experience and understanding how intelligent these creatures are, Elephants very seldom do things just by accident!

Mini Piglet Enters A State Of Nirvana After Constantly Receiving Belly Rubs30s

Mini Piglet Enters A State Of Nirvana After Constantly Receiving Belly Rubs

A heartwarming video has emerged of Clover the mini piglet getting a belly rub at Couple Berry Farms in Vista, CA and entering a state of nirvana. Cuteness overload! We all know that pigs love belly rubs and this cute mini piglet is no different! Watch as he collapses in human’s hand and soaks it all in! What a loving piglet! Pets love any sort of scratching, rubbing and just about any kind of pampering. We are used to seeing cats brushing their legs of their owners in attempt to instigate a bit of pamper love and dogs smiling from ear to ear when their belly is being scratched. A curious video has emerged of another kind of cuddling. Instead of common pets, footage shows a mini piglet pet enjoying his daily dose of love. The tiny piglet is quietly resting in human’s hands, enjoying the nice belly rub. He is so tiny and sweet, we would pamper this pig all day long! Who knew that pigs can be sweet too? Watching this piglet soak up the love and attention he gets, reminds us of the time we were little and out parents would rock us to sleep. This adorable mini piglet has brighten up our day with his wrinkled smile and joyful eyes, as he enjoys his daily dose of belly rub. You would never think that a piglet can enjoy a thorough rub so much, but just as it happens to be, this one does. And he enjoys it a whole lot! His smile will make you spontaneously combust from the cuteness overflow. It’s guaranteed!

Sheep use truck as personal scratching post1m48s

Sheep use truck as personal scratching post

A hilarious moment is caught on camera when a herd of sheep decide to turn this pickup truck into their very own scratching post. Notice how more and more sheep notice what's going on and come to join in on the fun!

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Published: December 22, 201718,981 plays$43.70 earned
Squirrel makes the most of rare & healthy snack41s

Squirrel makes the most of rare & healthy snack

Filmed in Kruger National Park, South Africa. The video shows a little squirrel trying to make the most of this healthy and rare snack. This made for some comical viewing as the little one was running around like crazy, trying to get as many as quickly as possible. Most people will know squirrels to be herbivores. Generally they will feed on most plant foods around such as fruits and flowers, seeds, nuts, roots and bulbs. On rare occasions, after the first rains in this very dry African Wilderness area, these flying ants and termites emerge from their nests in their millions. Highly rich in protein, these insects are enough to turn any herbivore into a carnivore for a little while.

Politically correct parrot has a unique holiday greeting52s

Politically correct parrot has a unique holiday greeting

Einstein loves corn! You can often hear him say "Eat your corn!" at meal time. Einstein never learned the word "food", instead he uses the word "corn" when referring to food. Therefore, it is only appropriate that he termed the holiday season with the greeting "Merry Corn!" It is both festive and multi-cultural! It is the perfect expression for celebrating Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Ramadan, or the Chinese New Year. He does try to say Merry Christmas, "Merry Chrissay" is an admirable attempt! However, he prefers, "Merry corn!" He also blesses you, imitates Santa's jolly "Ho-ho-ho!" and gives a hearty and wiggly wave! Don't forget to admire his feathers as he offers you a nut, his favorite treat. Then it's off to look at the squirrel as he says good-bye. Merry Corn to you too Einstein! 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's 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!

Patient Beagle Loses His Temper After Overly-Affectionate Cat Showers Him With Kisses 2m25s

Patient Beagle Loses His Temper After Overly-Affectionate Cat Showers Him With Kisses

A heartwarming video has emerged of a cat and dog sharing a special bond. Meet Craig the one-year-old Tri-Colour Beagle, and Findlay the four-month-old kitten doing their best to live under the same roof. However, sometimes enough is enough! This adorable cat-dog friendship goes up on the cuteness overload scale. Footage shows a cat and a dog comfortably tucked under a cloth cover, enjoying their alone nap time, cosily nested on the chair. Watch as this needy cat teases and bothers the sleepy dog, not allowing him to nap in peace. The patient Beagle is obviously bothered by the nagging cat, but he tries not to lose his temper, hoping that the feline will eventually stop the wet treatment. Despite of the fact that massages and kisses are very comfortable indeed, there are some times when we have had enough of the love and affection and want to be left in peace and quiet. Well, apparently, this needy cat does not understand the term “privacy” and “enough is enough” so she continues giving the wet treatment to her Beagle buddy, showering him with love and affection. Moments later, we see that pooch lost his temper and decided to stop the cat from bothering him. “It is time to sleep, go away!”, the dog started to see red and went against the cat, trying to teach him a lesson. These two seem to be very good friends and get along perfectly fine, but when it comes to sleep, there are some boundaries that need to be respected!

Curious Polar Bear Cub Experiences Snow For The First Time1m22s

Curious Polar Bear Cub Experiences Snow For The First Time

A video has emerged featuring a polar bear cub being introduced to snow for the very first time. This tiny creature hasn’t had any previous experience with snow and he sure likes it! Augo is a ten-week-old polar bear cub living at the Aalborg Zoo in Denmark. Watch as this adorable polar bear cub frolics in the snow and learns how to have a good time! Footage shows momma bear and little cub playing in the snow. Frockling in the snow, the young polar bear cub is inspecting snow and he seems to like it. Watch as the chubby animal explores the white, frosty snow and goes rolling in it. Precious times! One would think that polar bears are introduced to snow the moment they are born. A polar bear in the wild will be born into ice and snow and will have to struggle to survive the harsh arctic weather and the melting polar ice caps. However, polar bears who are born into captivity, usually have to wait before experiencing their natural habitat. Watch the baby bear sitting and patting the snow while making a cute squawking noise. Obviously, this cutie pie enjoys the white stuff underneath his paws and it is love at first sight! How sweet! This video of the fluffy animal frolicking in the powder melted our hearts away! The curious cub is seen holding on to a rock as it surveys the white wonderland before walking around to touch, feel and smell the snow and play with it. Watch as the cub gets familiarised with the outdoors and becomes a real polar bear.

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Published: April 27, 2016831,932 views
Dogs Love Playing With Fidget Spinner, But Cats Are Unimpressed1m20s

Dogs Love Playing With Fidget Spinner, But Cats Are Unimpressed

It is the IT toy craze that doesn’t seem to be nowhere near meeting its end! Fidget spinners seem to be everywhere these days, in the hands and pockets of everyone, young and old. Kids are doing tricks with them, so we shouldn’t be surprised to see dogs being fascinated with the toy! Fidget spinners were originally invented in the early 90s, but they took the world by storm in early 2017. Marketed as a means for relieving stress and anxiety, they can now be found in every kids and adult’s pocket, and apparently, in families with multiple pets! Two Shiba Inu dogs can be seen completely fascinated with a bright yellow fidget spinner on the floor in front of them. Each of the dogs takes it turn to jump on the spinning toy, making it stop, but then they look at it like something is wrong with it. Why did it stop? The dogs don’t seem to tire from preventing the spinner from making further revolutions around its central ball bearing. Each time their owner spins the toy, they take turns jumping on it with their front paws, as if it is a thick layer of ice that they need to break. But when the cats come on the stage is when the true experiment begins. The two Persians Belka and Fluffball stand on both sides of the fidget spinner, but they absolutely nothing to it. Eventually, the spinner slows down, showing its composing parts, which makes one of the cats reach out to grab it. With zero enthusiasm, might we add.

Acrobatic parrot decorates for the holidays1m20s

Acrobatic parrot decorates for the holidays

When it comes to decorating for the holidays we all experience those times when we teeter from a ladder while putting that star on top of the tree or hanging the wreath on our door. Einstein the parrot faces the same dilemma while hanging his wooden (parrot safe) lights on his drawer. He can't seem to get them placed just right. In his attempt to get them perfect, he decides to walk on them tight rope style! Only to find himself hanging upside down! After hanging like a bat for a few seconds, he uses his wings and safely flutters to the ground. Good work Einstein! 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's 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!

Cute Baby Bat Really Loves Getting Brushed1m00s

Cute Baby Bat Really Loves Getting Brushed

This little baby bat loves her daily brushes. Tahani is an orphaned grey-headed flying fox being raised by Bat Rescue in Queensland, Australia after her mother was electrocuted on overhead power lines. In the wild her mother would be grooming her constantly, so her carer has to take over the job. Tahani will be in care for another 6 weeks before going off to creche with all the other orphans, to practice flight and make batty friends before being released back to a wild colony. According to Batusi Night's YouTube channel, "Australia is home to four species of megabats (flying foxes): Black Flying Fox - Pteropus alecto, Grey-headed Flying Fox - Pteropus poliocephalus, Spectacled Flying Fox - Pteropus conspicillatus and Little Red Flying Fox - Pteropus scapulatus. All four species are under increasing pressure from loss of habitat and feed trees, climate change and human cruelty and harassment. Their natural habitat is in trees along waterways - human development has inhabited or cleared most of these areas. "Australian flying foxes are keystone species, playing a unique and crucial role in the environment as Australia's only long-distance pollinator and Australia's forests and other wildlife depend on them. "Flying foxes are intelligent, social, gentle and curious creatures who deserve a chance at a life free of persecution." The grey-headed flying fox is the largest bat in Australia. During the day, individuals reside in large roosts (colonies or 'camps') consisting of hundreds to tens of thousands of individuals. Colonies are formed in seemingly arbitrary locations. Roost vegetation includes rainforest patches, stands of melaleuca, mangroves, and riparian vegetation, but roosts also occupy highly modified vegetation in urban areas. A prominent example existed for many years at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Sydney. However, the Garden instituted a controversial policy to remove them from the garden grounds. The camp is now dispersed across Queensland.