Funny & Cute Animals

The Toddler Puppy Band24s

The Toddler Puppy Band

Have you ever heard of the Toddler Pupper band? Well you should watch this clip and fall in love because it is the cutest thing you will see today. A girl plays the recorder while her dog howls and together they create beautiful music.

AFV
Published: October 10, 2017153 views
Bearded Dragon Goes Nuts For Blueberries30s

Bearded Dragon Goes Nuts For Blueberries

Frankie the bearded dragon absolutely loses her mind over blueberries. Take a look how excited she gets every time she spots blueberries on the floor. When feeding time comes for Frankie, it is priceless to watch his reaction to blueberries. Don't feed your dragon with nuts, train him with blueberries instead. The pitter patter of her reptilian feet means she’s ready to eat! No matter the hour, Frankie the bearded dragon is always ready to chase down some blueberries, and not even a slippery hardwood floor can stop her! So adorable to watch and will change the way you look at blueberries too. It is so cute to see Frankie run head over heels to get to the blueberry in no time. His happy feet make funny noises as he rushes in to get his treat. This video will melt your heart! Bearded dragons have a reputation for eating a LOT! They can eat you out of house and home as bug-hungry babies. But as they grow older, they need less protein for fueling rapid growth and more nutrient-packed bearded dragon vegetables for maintenance, which means that feeding them gets cheaper. Just as each bearded dragon has its own personality it will also have its own favorite and least favorite foods. So if one thing doesn’t work, try something else. It’s all part of the fun! We all know what's Frankie's favorite fruit and food in general, so bring those blueberries to the table!

twobadgals
Published: October 4, 2017Updated: October 10, 20171,159,943 viewsVirality: 8%
Affectionate Parrot Is A Master Of Air Kisses And Compliments59s

Affectionate Parrot Is A Master Of Air Kisses And Compliments

“So sweet! So smart! Sweet! Sweet, sweet, sweet.” Einstein the Grey Amazon parrot is one self-absorbed bird! He loves to perch up on his owner’s shower and chant to himself, and sometimes to his owner. Because that is how much he loves her! The species is common in captivity and is regularly kept by humans as a companion parrot, prized for its ability to mimic human speech, which makes it one of the most popular avian pets. An escaped pet in Japan was returned to his owner after repeating the owner's name and address. They are notorious for mimicking noises around their environment and using them tirelessly. While they are highly intelligent birds, they need enrichment and attention in captivity or they can become distressed; feather plucking is a common symptom. However, they may be prone to behavioral problems due to their sensitive nature. Grey parrots are also highly intelligent, having been shown to perform at the cognitive level of a 4– to 6-year-old child in some tasks. New experiments have shown that grey parrots can learn number sequences and can associate human voices with those humans' faces. Einstein the parrot chants the word "sweet" and dishes out a compliment while blowing air kisses to the flowers on the wall. Such an affectionate parrot!

Einsteinparrot
Published: October 4, 2017Updated: October 10, 20174,776 viewsVirality: 5%
Cockatiel Holds On Tight While Riding Into Town19s

Cockatiel Holds On Tight While Riding Into Town

All companion birds are awesome, but the cockatiel seems to be on the top of the list. They are tiny, but very loud and vocal birds, making your home a tiny exotic paradise in the urban jungle. The best part about these tiny colorful birds is that they can be super compliant, especially when their owner develops a close-knit bond with the bird. Then they grow to trust them, even enough to sit on a toy skateboard and let the owner drag them on a leash! That is so cute! Check out this cute little guy; he has some chores to do today. As you can see all he needs is a ride to town so he can get down to business. Take a look as this cockatiel hitches a ride on a skateboard while his owner is pulling him along. Don't let go! The cockatiel bird that is a member of the cockatoo family endemic to Australia. They are prized as household pets and companion parrots throughout the world and are relatively easy to breed. As a caged bird, cockatiels are second in popularity only to the budgy. The highly social cockatiel thrives on close bonds with the members of his flock. For the captive cockatiel, that's you. It's not a daunting challenge to strike up a friendship with your bird. but building a relationship with your cockatiel requires the same strong foundation as a human bond: time, trust, respect and mutual affection.

Myfluffybirds
Published: October 2, 2017Updated: October 10, 2017949 views
Great Dane Plays with Kittens16s

Great Dane Plays with Kittens

What is better than a strange animal best friends clip? Nothing I tell you, NOTHING. You have to see this clip that I have filed under cutest video I have seen today. An adorably awkward Great Dane plays with a couple of tiny tiny kittens. Check out the video and comment cuteness below because its cute.

AFV
Published: October 9, 2017176 viewsVirality: 91%
Puppy Walks Like A Human7s

Puppy Walks Like A Human

Ever see a puppy that moves just like a human? Well get ready because this pupper is not only walking on two legs he is also moving quick and most likely wants a treat. Check out the cutest puppy youll see all day and comment below. Does your dog do any walking on two legs tricks?

AFV
Published: October 9, 2017158 views
Sad Geese Cry For Each Other After Being Separated For The First Time48s

Sad Geese Cry For Each Other After Being Separated For The First Time

Ruth and George, two prize-winning geese are used to being with each other on the farm at all times. When their owner put them in a competition at the local county fair, they were separated in the barn for the first time, and their cries will break your heart! Geese are family animals and are not used to being alone. They are extremely loyal too. They mate for life and are fiercely protective of their partners and offspring. It is really sad to watch and hear these geese cry for each other's company. They cry and shout out loud to one another. Who would have thought that geese are so emotionally connected? Maybe geese aren't good looking but they have a great personality and are super sweet. They are great friends and can show appreciation. They may be separated and stay in different cage, but their hearts are bonded for life. It is so sad to hear them communicate to each other during the entire time. They seem to be genuinely sad for being separated. No worries though, they were reunited shortly after! We learned that geese are emotionally attached to their friends and mates, but we didn’t know they were narcissistic as well. Watch this goose attack its own reflection. It is obvious geese are needy and cry for attention, but they are also very friendly and enjoy hanging out in their flock for a gathering party.

CoolVids
Published: October 3, 2017Updated: October 6, 20172,344 viewsVirality: 1%
Black Jaguar Cub Loves To Play With Caretaker36s

Black Jaguar Cub Loves To Play With Caretaker

This little baby might be only a month and half, and still very clumsy, but he sure loves to practice his predator skills on the people who take care of him! Watch out for the cuteness monster! Black jaguars, despite some belief, aren’t actually black. Their fur appears black because of the excess of a pigment called melanin, although is you look closely (in pictures, not in person!) you will be able to notice the spots. These cats may appear big and intimidating, but in essence they are not the natural born killers we all are taught to believe. The internet is swarmed with videos of big cats interacting and playing with humans, as if they were family. The black jaguar was considered a separate species by indigenous peoples. English naturalist W. H. Hudson wrote: “... in the hot region the Indians recognise three strongly marked varieties, which they regard as distinct species – the one described; the smaller jaguar, less aquatic in his habits and marked with spots, not rings; and, thirdly, the black variety. They scout the notion that their terrible "black tiger" is a mere melanic variation, like the black leopard of the Old World and the wild black rabbit. They regard it as wholly distinct, and affirm that it is larger and much more dangerous than the spotted jaguar; that they recognize it by its cry; that it belongs to the terra firma rather than to the water-side; finally, that black pairs with black, and that the cubs are invariably black.”

NataliaCara
Published: October 1, 2017Updated: October 6, 20178,649 viewsVirality: 1%
Amazon Parrot Gives The Greatest Rendition Of 'O Sole Mio' You Will Ever Hear3m03s

Amazon Parrot Gives The Greatest Rendition Of 'O Sole Mio' You Will Ever Hear

Parrots are probably the only creatures on Earth that will never cease to amaze us. Their abilities to make your day are absolutely out of this world. They can be low key when they feel that we need them to be, and then turn into the best playmates we could ever find. If there is one thing they are known for, it’s their ability to sing and imitate sounds. What most people don’t know is that not every bird can speak, but most of them can learn how to whistle, and they’ll probably do it better than a human. This makes us a bit envious but the following clip would definitely make up for it. Meet Adrian, an astonishingly beautiful Amazon parrot who can give Luciano Pavarotti a run for his money. This talented birdie gives an on point rendition of ‘O Sole Mio’ performed by Pavarotti. He is perched on his owner’s shoulder and seems to be a bit shy to start singing but slowly but surely, and with a bit of coaxing from his owner, Adrian shows us he has some mighty pipes. The cute bird is so into the performance, he sometimes forgets himself and belts out the notes at the top of his voice, and his antiques have our hearts melting.

Jackiebuckdaily
Published: October 4, 2017Updated: October 6, 201746,673 views
Cat Enjoys Being Comfortably Groomed By Bird1m03s

Cat Enjoys Being Comfortably Groomed By Bird

Anyone who has watched Sylvester and Tweety knows that one is the predator and the other one is the prey, and knows why it can sometimes be difficult to keep both cats and birds in the same house. However, as challenging as it can sometime be, it's not impossible. Those who are both cat-person and bird-person should take proper precautions and teach these animals to be friends and be together. How often do you see a cat that is peacefully resting on the table, while it has a bird sitting on its back and grooming its hairs? Not in a million years! Usually friendships like these don't occur, but these two will prove you wrong, because they seem to get along just fine. Felix the cat really enjoys being groomed by his birdie friend. Even if he swings his tail in slight discomfort as the bird walks up and down his spine, he looks as he has come to terms with the situation and learned how to peacefully relax and enjoy the bird massage. Felix is a tamed cat indeed, and tolerates the birdie climb his back like a mountain. You will be pleased to watch this video with a dose of disbelief and you will constantly wait for the cat attack. Don't worry there won't be any feathers flying around in this video. If you found this video funny, you should check out some other strange pair in the act of grooming.

Gerrit
Published: October 3, 2017Updated: October 5, 20178,061 views
Who Needs A Vacuum When You Can Have A Happy Mini Pig That Enjoys Lunch57s

Who Needs A Vacuum When You Can Have A Happy Mini Pig That Enjoys Lunch

Meet Ella! She is the happiest piggy out there. Her wonderful personality and charm are just too much to bear. And if that wasn’t enough, just watching her eat her favorite porridge, smacking her mouth with utmost delight and circling the food bowl to make sure she gets every single speck of food out will melt you down before you notice. Who wouldn’t want a teacup piglet as a pet after watching this one munch on her lunch? Just take a look at how enthusiastic this piggy is as she feeds. Too cute! Since they don’t have the restraints during feeding time, baby animals are the most adorable scene to behold at the food bowl! Just look at this adorable pupper during supper! This tiny pup is so hungry, he is wolfing down the food in a matter of seconds. If his eagerness to eat it all isn’t cute enough, his table manners definitely make up for it. He is careful not to eat with his front paws, but there’s no rule in the book about his rear feet. So, he decides to throw caution to the wind, literally, and decides to eat his food doing a handstand. This might not make sense to you, but in his mind, everything is settled.

Sleepy Cockatiel Gets The Royal Treatment 20s

Sleepy Cockatiel Gets The Royal Treatment

Cockatiels are one of the smallest birds in the parrot family, and make lovable and intelligent pets. Cockatiels are social pets who will mimic your voice and happily ride around on your finger or shoulder. They are known for their ability to whistle almost entire songs. Male cockatiels are better are talking and whistling than female cockatiels. In the wild the male cockatiel use sounds to attract females. Although the standard age of cockatiels is 15 years, with proper care, they can live for more than twenty or even twenty five years. The cockatiel was first discovered in Australia in 1770. It did not become popular until the Australian gold rush in the nineteen hundreds.They are very sociable birds and will become unhappy if they are left alone for long periods of time. It’s best to get a pair of cockatiels if you know you’ll be out of your house for long periods of time or are otherwise unable to play with them several times daily. This cockatiel in the video is a real cuddler. Sparky’s favorite pastimes are sleeping and getting lots of scratches. Just like her other cockatiel friends, she is capable of sleeping for as long as fourteen hours a day. Take a look at her reactions as her owner is eager to pamper her with lots of love and care. What a cutie!

Myfluffybirds
Published: October 3, 2017Updated: October 5, 20173,332 views
Adorable Baby Goats Find Jumping To Be Their Favorite Pastime 30s

Adorable Baby Goats Find Jumping To Be Their Favorite Pastime

Baby animals are cute, but there is nothing more adorable than baby goats. They are the most lovable souls with attitude and their stubbornness is only cute while they are young, so we leave them at it. Millie and Mocha are only a week old, but they're already full of energy. They try to scale anything they can find, they jump in the air and they chase each other through the yard and over obstacles.It’s like they carry a steam engine on their tiny tails and they can not and will not be stopped. Goats are some of the most entertaining animals you will find. They climb everything, eat everything and will get into mischief at any opportunity. Even the sounds they make are funny. They spend their day running at full speed, stopping to nurse milk from their mother, or to have a little nap and recharge. And boy, do they recharge fast! Their mother, Hazel watches and keeps a protective eye on them as they explore or as they sleep. Looking after baby goats is a full time job and Hazel is as busy as a mother can be. These two little rockets may cause her anxiety attacks all day long, but at the end of the day, having them sleeping by her side is worth it all.

WildCreatures
Published: September 29, 2017Updated: October 4, 2017759 viewsVirality: 1%
AFV Celebrates 28 Years of Cats4m10s

AFV Celebrates 28 Years of Cats

AFVs 28th season kicks off on Sunday, October 8 at 8/7c on ABC. Dont miss it. Check out this entertaining compilation of the funniest cat videos we have acquired over the last 28 years. Which year was your favorite? Let us know in the comments below.

AFV
Published: October 3, 2017163 views
These Moroccan Tree Climbing Goats Are Responsible For Your Favorite Beauty Oil15s

These Moroccan Tree Climbing Goats Are Responsible For Your Favorite Beauty Oil

It’s not-so-recent discovery has taken the world by storm - the liquid gold of Morocco is now on almost everyone’s vanity table. The virgin oil from the nuts of the Argania tree is the most sought after cosmetic product in the world and for a damn good reason. The antioxidants, Omega-6 fatty acids, and the linoleic acids help fight fine lines, reduce inflammation, heal acne, and minimize scars and stretch marks, makes your hair healthy and so much more. The Argan tree might not be aesthetically pleasing to look at, but that’s fine, because we and these tree climbing goats are loving its nuts! These fearless Moroccan goats casually hang out in an Argan tree! Known for their extraordinary climbing abilities, the goats are attracted to the fruits of the Argan tree, and allow themselves to reach it. You can catch this sight on the road between Marrakesh and Essaouira in Morocco. Here’s how they became responsible for the Argan oil - cosmetic companies may use expensive technology to wring out every last bit of that liquid gold from the nuts, but Moroccan locals wait for the nuts to pass through the goats, before picking them up, washing them thoroughly and grinding the pulp to squeeze out the oily juice.

sammy_feds
Published: October 2, 2017Updated: October 3, 20172,230 views
This Family Of Raccoons Will Do Anything For Popcorn1m20s

This Family Of Raccoons Will Do Anything For Popcorn

Out of all the members of the animal kingdom, raccoons have to be the most resourceful of them all! Colloquially, they are called by many names - trash pandas and masked bandits, and for a very good reason. If you live somewhere near a wooded area, chances are big that you will find or have found a raccoon on your property in the past. They are scavengers, meaning they search for their food instead of lurking in the bushes to hunt. As humankind has grown in size, so has the raccoons’ scavenging area. But their resourcefulness has come to shine as they found a new source of food - people’s trash and sometimes their generosity. At a popular tourist location in Montreal, Canada, this family of raccoons show up looking for whatever they can get. Watch as the mother and her 5 babies climb right up onto the people around them. They even sit on their laps! When they finally find a tourist who's willing to share his snack, they all crowd around eating popcorn together! There is, however, one thing that you should always have in mind when considering feeding wild animals near your house. By all means, do not let them associate your own house with the food they receive. You might get tempted to leave food out on your porch or in front of your door. Just remember that raccoons are adventurous animals, some more than other individuals and they might see this as an invitation to discover what other treats your house might offer!

CoolVids
Published: September 27, 2017Updated: October 3, 20174,505 viewsVirality: 1%
We Will Let You Decide Whether This Is A Statue Or A Live Cat5s

We Will Let You Decide Whether This Is A Statue Or A Live Cat

We can’t be certain whether this is some sort of a mannequin challenge or if this feline is simply deep in thought, but Juno the Angry Cat looks like she is frozen in time and space! Sitting on the edge of what looks like a shelf of some sort, the camera pans over a gorgeous charcoal-and-white fur, fluffy and curly for days. Chest and shoulders back, front paws placed next to each other, ears up and narrow pupils; this cat looks like she is scanning for something! We get a close up of Juno’s amber eyes, getting as close as possible, yet the cat doesn’t, move, she doesn’t even blink! What the hell is this? If we didn’t know any better, we could swear that this is a taxidermied likeness of a very old and beloved furfriend, captured in all her glory. But a slight movement of the chest can be noticed as she takes shallow, even breaths, while scanning for whatever is behind whoever is filming this gorgeous feline! It is quite interesting to watch your cat sit frozen like this for a good period of time, but this peculiar behavior stems from their wild days. Even though they are our fat, lazy companions today, in the past they were savage hunters and stalkers, so sitting motionless while their prey was moving out front was the great way to stay silent and scout the situation, before pouncing for the kill. Today they might not be killing more that the insufferable human toe or the rogue finger under a pillow.

Junotheangrycat
Published: September 28, 2017Updated: October 3, 20176,030 viewsVirality: 22%
Newborn Silkie Chicks Get Excited For Their First Taste Of Strawberry55s

Newborn Silkie Chicks Get Excited For Their First Taste Of Strawberry

Silkie chickens are one of the most beautiful of all the poultry. They are named for their attractive plumage, which has the soft feel of silk and are friendly and calm birds that can make great pets. These Silkies in particular are only a few days old and the veterinarian who owns them brought them to work with her. Introducing new and varied foods is important for their development. Here, they are seen getting their first taste of a fresh strawberry. It does not take them long to figure out that strawberries are a delicious food. They peck eagerly at the fruit and even flap around in excitement! These chicks are adorable as they strut around, devouring the strawberry. Silkies are known for being an unusual breed. They have black skin and bones, blue earlobes, and five toes on each foot instead of the usual four as seen in other breeds of chicken. In addition to their agreeable personalities, Silkies have beautiful plumage and colors and they are featured often in poultry shows. It might be curious to see chickens eating fruit of any kind, but they do actually consume a varied diet. If done in moderation a few strawberries can be beneficial to your chickens. While all good chicken feeds will contain enough nutrients for a balanced diet, variation from what is ‘essential’ can be good for your chicken. Occasionally giving your chickens little treats every now and again, such as a small portion of fresh strawberries it can have health benefits to your chicken.

WildCreatures
Published: September 29, 2017Updated: October 2, 20172,938 views
Colorful Parrot Proudly Demonstrates Talking Skills20s

Colorful Parrot Proudly Demonstrates Talking Skills

Meet Mr. Sunrise, the very talkative budgie bird. He will proudly walk you through his daily routine of learning new words and slurs. He has a very positive persona and will make you fall in love with his over enthusiastic charm. He is bound to put a smile on your face that is for sure. Songbirds and parrots are the two groups of birds able to learn and mimic human speech. Pet birds can be taught to speak by their owners by mimicking their voice. Some people want a pet that they can exercise and play with, and some people want a pet that will help keep them warm at night. Also, there are those of us who want a companion that we can talk to. We want a voice at the end of a long work day welcoming us home with, "Hello, darling, how was your day?" For people who wish to have that type of companion in the form of an animal, a talking bird fits the bill very nicely. Talking birds are birds that can mimic the spoken language of humans. There is debate within the scientific community over whether some talking parrots also have some cognitive understanding of the language. This video will introduce you to the repertoire of this talkative yellow-green budgerigar. He is a real tongue twister and you will be left for words when you hear him say things like "Mr. Surprise in the house", "cutie patootie", "hasta la vista baby", "Sparky-Parky", "Hakuna Matata", "I am a pooping machine", "kiss-kiss (kissing sound)", "How are you? Parky" , "hasta la vista baby bird" and many others. For those of you that enjoy this video and hope to get a parrot, I caution you that besides the cute talking, birds also spends many hours a day just clicking, honking, whistling, clucking, and begging for junk food, more nuts, more fruit, more showers, etc.

Myfluffybirds
Published: September 24, 2017Updated: October 2, 201739,087 viewsVirality: 5%
 This Conceited Penguin Is Obsessed With His Own Reflection38s

This Conceited Penguin Is Obsessed With His Own Reflection

This penguin from the Colchester Zoo in England seems to be in love with his own reflection. See how he walks back and forth looking at his face in the mirror with utter curiosity. He even tries to talk to it and shares kisses. Meet Narcissus the penguin. In Greek mythology, Narcissus was a hunter who was known for his beauty. He was proud, in that he disdained those who loved him. When Narcissus came to a pool where he saw his own reflection in the water, he instantly fell in love with himself, not realizing that it was merely an image. Unable to leave the beauty of his reflection, Narcissus lost his will to live and stared at his reflection until he died. Narcissus is the origin of the term narcissism, a fixation with oneself and one's physical appearance or public perception. The same applies for Narcissus the penguin who is deeply obsessed with his own reflection in the mirror, ignoring everything that is going on around him. First he walks up and down the mirror, gazing at his own reflection and trying to outrun it. Then he stops and stares at it, and finally tries to make a conversation. He flaunts with his appearance by raising his neck and making loud noises. He is so full of himself, the real king of the zoo. Have you ever fell in love with your own reflection when walking in front of a mirror?

SloggerVlogger
Published: September 27, 2017Updated: September 28, 20171,527 viewsVirality: 1%
Young Leopard Happily Plays On Tire Swing, Just Like The Little Kitten That She Is57s

Young Leopard Happily Plays On Tire Swing, Just Like The Little Kitten That She Is

This one-year-old leopard loves nothing more than to just hang on her tire swing. Did you know that these animals love to play even though we happen to know them as extremely vicious and dangerous? Have you heard the song "Little Leopard on the Swing" by Khachaturian, this video will sure make the best intro for it! Take a look for yourself as this adorable cat sways on the tree. Leopards are solitary creatures that only spend time with others when they are mating or raising young. They are also nocturnal and spend their nights hunting instead of sleeping. Also, leopards are skilled climbers, and like to rest in the branches of trees during the day. This fellow is no different! They may be fierce, fast and fur-ocious, but sometimes they just want to play! Watch how this cute little leopard enjoys his alone time on the tire swing and plays happily with his tail. Leopards spend a lot of their time in trees. Their spotted coat camouflages them, making them blend in with the leaves of the tree. This cute leopard doesn't know that he is a big cats and acts like a little baby, swinging and swaying in her safe place. After watching this video, you may consider adopting one as your pet!

NataliaCara
Published: September 25, 2017Updated: September 27, 20171,497 views
Adorable baby goat drifts off to sleep35s

Adorable baby goat drifts off to sleep

There is a wonderful farm in Indian River, Ontario where the creatures are more like family than farm animals. The farm is owned by Hamish and his mother, Gertrud. They have just had baby goats, Millie and Mocha, born one week ago. Their proud mother, Hazel, leads them around the farm, exploring and climbing. As with all babies, they get tired after an afternoon of playing and the adorable pair lies down on the ground under their mother's watchful eye. Mocha is especially exhausted and her eyes close as she struggles to stay awake. She rolls back slowly and then startles, only to get comfortable and drift right off again. Millie still has a little energy and isn't quite as ready for slumber as Mocha. She and her mother talk quietly back and forth while Mocha snoozes. Mocha's struggle resembles one we have all faced in class or at a meeting at one time or another. Sleep often wins, no matter how hard we resist. Hamish's farm is home to goats, pigs, sheep, horses, cows and even a hilarious cockatoo named Syd. After the house and the barn were lost in a fire last fall, Hamish and Gertrud have rebuilt and the animals are thriving. New babies are being born and the farm is returning to normal. Millie and Mocha will rest for a while and then they will be up to more baby goat antics.