Funny & Cute Animals

Playful dolphin takes extreme liking to young man1m33s

Playful dolphin takes extreme liking to young man

When Nic and Cameron took a trip to Cuba they both agreed that meeting dolphins face to face was a lifelong dream that needed to be fulfilled. But they had no idea just how thrilling the experience was going to be. Bea, a large female dolphin, took quite a shine to Nic and she repeatedly flirted with him, splashing water in his face, kissing his cheek, rolling on him and constantly trying to get as close as she could. Nic's friend, Cameron, watches from the side and Bea even gives Cameron a little attention, but it's Nic that she keeps coming back to. The rest of the people in the water laugh with delight at Bea's antics. They watch with a little envy as she keeps coming back to Nic. At one point, it becomes clear that Bea would like to push Nic off to the side, as if she wants him all to herself, away from the other people. Bea repeatedly squirts Nic's face with water in a playful bid for attention. Even the trainer seems amused by Bea's obvious crush on Nic and she asks Nic if he has any fish in his pocket. The trainer asks Bea if she likes Nic and Bea nods enthusiastically and squeals as if to say that she does. Bea circles the group, leaps out of the water into the air and cavorts with each of them in turn. Bea also enjoys belly rubs and they all took turns rubbing Bea as she rolled around in the middle of them. As the guests were leaving, Bea swam around them, showering them with kisses and making her adorable squealing sounds. Cameron was able to capture the final moments near the edge of the pool as Bea came up to him for to say goodbye. You can see the obvious delight on his face as she swims off. There are few creatures as endearing as dolphins and meeting one up close is a dream come true for almost anyone.

Woman Wants To Pet The Sheep But They Keep Running Away1m00s

Woman Wants To Pet The Sheep But They Keep Running Away

When you go and visit a foreign land somewhere, you will probably want the immersive experience, right? Going where the locals go, do what they do, eat where they eat? How about going to some remote area, where the folk lives privately, off the land, raising their livestock? It might just be the best way to experience this country you are visiting. But when you see their furry sheep, you don’t think of a farm worker. You think of the poodle you once had as a kid and just want to pet it and hug it and squeeze it. It would be like going to a factory line; you can’t hug the worker mid-job because he reminds you of your dear uncle Joe! This is exactly how these sheep felt when one tourist felt compelled to pet them because they were just. So. Fluffy! Up in the mountains of Switzerland, a tour group stumbled across a herd of sheep. This lady wanted to pet them but they kept running away from her. Eventually, her sister joins in but watch as the sheep run away for her as well! Notice how peculiar those sheep look? They are called Valais Blacknose Sheep, a breed native to Switzerland and Germany. There are several breeds of sheep that have a black face, but what distinguishes the Valais from the others, other than the unique texture of their fleece, are the black patches on the legs. To be honest, if we were in her spot, we would probably want to pet them too!

Happy Horse Runs Around And Jumps Through Obstacle Course2m01s

Happy Horse Runs Around And Jumps Through Obstacle Course

This is the adorable moment when a joyous horse soars through air in breathtaking fashion during impressive free jumps. This young Dutch warmblood mare named Incredible C loves to play. Here she is caught on tape jumping Stal Wilten's indoor course by herself, surely practicing for her next round! Chances are you've seen plenty of videos of horses and riders conquering tall fences together, but in truth, horses don't need riders in order to jump fences. This video shows a talented horse free jumping over several fences while having a time of her life. The horse is well-balanced, moving naturally, and demonstrates beautiful form over the fences. Great joy girl! Free jumping refers to setting a horse up to jump fences on his own. Usually, horse owners set up jumping chutes which run down one side of the arena to direct the horse toward the fence, keeping him from running out around the side of the fence. Footage shows a young horse, playfully running around and jumping through obstacles just for fun! Judging by the way she runs and hops, this female is definitely well-trained! She soars in the air and scores with flying colors! Free jumping can be a useful tool for developing a horse's confidence and balance, since the horse must learn how to use himself over fences. However, it's very important that you properly set your horse up for free jumping. It may be tempting to ask your horse to jump higher and higher fences, but asking too much of your horse too soon can risk physical injury and may damage his confidence. Remember that jumping is strenuous on a horse. Jumping sessions need to be kept short in order to give the horse plenty of time for recovery between sessions. Some breed registries require that a horse be free jumped to assess their talent. This free jumping assessment is used when horses are young and aren't yet broken to saddle, but free jumping also allows us to see the horse's natural talent without the influence of a rider. There are many reasons to free jump a horse, but if you're going to give this practice a try, make sure you have an experienced equestrian to show you how to properly free jump your horse.

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Published: March 8, 2018946 plays$3.04 earned
Piglet Celebrates His Second Birthday As A Shark On The Beach14s

Piglet Celebrates His Second Birthday As A Shark On The Beach

This video is a real proof that the phrase ‘as greedy as a pig’ stands true as pigs’ appetite is simply unrelenting. Pigs will constantly be in search of food and their intelligence means they will soon learn to open cupboards and root through bins. This "rooting" behavior is natural to them and it is important they have the opportunity to display it even on a beach like this one. Pop the pig is celebrating his second birthday as a shark on the beach. With his funny outfit, he munches through the cake at the speed of light. Not even a tsunami will stop him. After watching this video, we are sure that you will move over Jaws since you have found the most terrifying shark attack ever captured on camera. You shouldn’t curl up in a ball and fear for your life because this is not just an ordinary shark. In this case ‘the shark’ stumbles its way onto dry land and comes across an uneaten cupcake. And when this opportunistic scavenger comes across food, he eats the whole thing and sometimes the plate too, as seen below. Pop is nothing less than gregarious, greedy and hedonistic. This determined little beast gives so much pleasure by watching it. It makes your mouth water and crave for something sweet. He is a voracious eater and he looks like it will virtually eat anything. And just in case you’re afraid of going in the water after seeing this vicious beast cover its face with blue frosting, keep in mind that there’s little to fear from sharks, as this piece will tell you.

Prissy_Pig
Published: December 29, 2015215,642 views
Red Squirrel Turns The Tables On Prankster1m03s

Red Squirrel Turns The Tables On Prankster

Peanut is a red squirrel who lives on a remote island in Parry Sound. He became very friendly with the cottagers who also lived on this island and he showed up every day, looking for peanuts. He became more and more tame until he would sit and eat peanuts while Dave and his family sat nearby. He will even take peanuts from their hand now. Dave decided to have a little fun with Peanut and he left a peanut that was held down with an elastic band. He also put a camera on the deck to record Peanut's reaction. But Peanut showed that he was not a fan of being pranked and he cleverly turned the tables. Peanut immediately began to chew the deck with his razor sharp teeth. Taking chunks of wood off quickly, he was determined to get at the bottom of the elastic that held the peanut fast. Dave saw what was happening and decided it was time to call a truce. He untied the peanut and left an even bigger pile for Peanut, hoping that all was forgiven. Red squirrels are a delight for cottagers because they are easily tamed and willing to come close to gather peanuts or other treats. Almost as adorable as chipmunks, they can easily be convinced to take food from a child's hand. They spend their days collecting and storing food for winter. Although they primarily eat seeds from spruce and pine cones, red squirrels also love peanuts, corn and mushrooms. Less than one quarter of the red squirrels born will survive the first winter. It's no wonder they take food gathering so seriously. Harsh winters and lack of food stores are not the only threat to a young red squirrel. They are preyed upon by hawks, owls, foxes and wolves. Hopefully Peanut will return to the cottage deck in the spring for more treats.

Mini Pig Throws Temper Tantrum While Waiting For Breakfast4m28s

Mini Pig Throws Temper Tantrum While Waiting For Breakfast

Check out how Sammy reacts when his breakfast isn't ready on time. So spoiled! No one wants to wait for their food, right? That is why going to a restaurant can sometimes be such a traumatic experience. You go there, you sit down, order your meal and then have to wait for the allotted amount of time for that meal to be prepped, while sitting in a room where other people are already deep in their dishes! Sammy here probably feels just like that. Sure, there are no piggies around him that make him slobber, but just the thought of the meal that he is about to down makes him foam at the mouth. He’s not hungry anymore - he is HANGRY! So much so, that he is even banging the coffee table in the living room in protest. His owner scolds him each time, but the pig is having none of it. Where is his breakfast? He looks like a rabid dog, saliva dripping from his mouth, growling at his owner. Faster, woman! She lowers Sammy’s placemat for him and serves him his meal, to which he doesn’t waste a second, he just jumps right in there. If any one of you ever wondered where the saying “eating like a pig” comes from, boy, are you in for a treat! Obviously you have never seen these animals eat, but you are about to! With that big, sloppy nose, Sammy keeps pushing the dish that holds his food and smacks his mouth in delight, sending chunks of grub all over. Thank goodness for that placemat and the towel beneath it!

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Published: March 8, 20181,207 plays$2.50 earned
Miniature Horse Hangs Out In Owner's Kitchen35s

Miniature Horse Hangs Out In Owner's Kitchen

If you allow this miniature horse into your house, you will find it sleeping on your couch and in your bed, and if you stroke its abdomen, it will quickly go to sleep. If it gets bored, it may want to borrow one of your toys. If it gets hungry it may search the fridge for a snack or more certainly it will rummage through the garbage bin. But we are not sure whether this miniature enjoys playing with the bin or it is in the mood of munching the leftovers. It seems that this horse is a great companion and it loves attention from his owner. It is so gentle and its calm nature allows people to quickly become comfortable around it. With his affectionate nature, it follows the owner around and it just loves to be petted, scratched and brushed. Let’s not forget that carrots are what makes this miniature horse happy and leaves it with a sweet taste in its mouth ready for more games. It is friendly, playful and curious. The garbage lid definitely leaves the horse puzzled as to why it does not want to stay up in the air so it can uninterruptedly sniff and ruminate in the garbage. With its lengthy and angled shoulders, long and flexible neck, well-formed forearms, wide-set eyes, large nostrils, pointed ears, the miniature gives an impression of a horse that perpetually seeks attention and is in a mood to play. In spite of its muscular nature, when finishes its unsuccessful attempt to open the bin, it moves to his owner smoothly and gracefully. Its easy-going attitude and love for social contact makes this horse even more likeable.

Excited Parrot Enjoys An Inventive New Way Of Flying1m12s

Excited Parrot Enjoys An Inventive New Way Of Flying

Einstein loves this piece of trim he took off of the dishwasher. One day he perched on it while his owner was picking it up off the floor. She walked around with him perched on it and discovered he really enjoyed riding on it! So she started spinning around the kitchen giving him a merry-go-round ride experience. He was absolutely enamored by this effortless way to "fly"! Just like a child, he didn't want to get off of the ride. So around he went again! If done for very long, the owner would get dizzy, so she decided it was enough fun for the day and in protest Einstein slapped the plastic part on the counter a few times! 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!

Sea Lion Mesmerized By Kid's Teddy Bear 32s

Sea Lion Mesmerized By Kid's Teddy Bear

At the Alaska SeaLife Center one sea lion finds itself spellbound by a fluffy teddy bear toy and it cannot help but be drawn closely to the glass of the huge aquarium just to have a closer look at the toy. With his long torpedo shaped body that is well designed for movements both in the water and on land, this sea lion cannot have enough of the bear on the other side of the glass. We can see that the sea lion is a very social animal and it is clear that has a variety of methods of communicating. And the way it tries to communicate with the teddy outside the aquarium is totally adorable. It is like finding your partner in crime and seal it with a kiss. This highly intelligent animal is so entertaining and at the same time very timid, and it definitely does not want to be separated from the toy. See how it rotates its hind flippers forward and uses all four limbs when moving about in the water so it can place his head as close to the glass as possible. If it could only hug or kiss this friend of its. The sea lion is large-eyed and has a playful look. The color of its skin ranges from pale to dark brown and yet it somehow appears black when it is moving. It seems to be more curious about the bear than it shows. And it expresses its closeness and interest for the toy in the most unusual yet manageable way ever.

Baby Skunk Is Having A Blast Swimming In The Bathtub30s

Baby Skunk Is Having A Blast Swimming In The Bathtub

You may be surprised to learn that people all over the world have pet skunks and they aren't as strange as you may think they are. Most skunk owners will tell you that skunks are wonderful pets and are very intelligent. Some of a skunk's personality traits can make them a challenge to live with. And did you know that skunks can swim? Here we see young Podrick bathing in a tub. He is active, curious, and will get into everything. He is also prone to stealing items to make his bed softer and can be stubborn and headstrong. He does not tolerate being housed in a cage for extended periods of time. His unique stripe pattern makes Podrick even more adorable. This small, furry animal with black and white stripes that run from head to tail is the same size as a house cat and has a small triangular head and little ears. Fortunately though, this skunk is also friendly, loving, very entertaining, and playful. He is making a few laps around the tub but he is not competing against anyone, it is just his imagination. He can only be a rival to himself or to his owner’s hand. Whenever his owner puts her hand under his body we can see him actually swimming with such a professional vigor and enthusiasm. He looks very funny- like those animated series of short films with Jerry when Jerry thinks that he is running away from Tom but in fact he is running in the spot. Go Podrick, go, we appreciate your swimming abilities and cheer for you.

Squirrel Enforces Her Reign Of Terror At The Bird Feeder31s

Squirrel Enforces Her Reign Of Terror At The Bird Feeder

When Dr. Kristy Hiltz puts peanuts out each morning, her intention is to help the crows that come once a day to get a little treat. She loves all the birds and has no problem with the blue jays having their share. She's also delighted to see the odd red bellied woodpecker. But it is the crows that have captured her heart. It all started in 2011 when a nest of baby crows fell from a tree a few doors down and the parents did not return when the nest was replaced in the tree. It was obvious that they were orphaned and would not survive if somebody didn't help. The crows were brought to Kristy, a veterinarian at the Sherbrooke Heights Animal Hospital, because she was known to treat any animal that needed help, even the wild ones. Kristy and her family raised the crows and they were the most wonderful companions. They slowly became more independent over the summer. They flew away each evening to roost in the trees and returned each morning, squawking for their breakfast. Incredibly, they even learned to say "hello" in a voice that resembled a parrot. They come back each spring and will occasionally greet Kristy and her family with a "hello". They have joined a family of wild crows and will no longer take food from Kristy's hand, but she loves to see them in the trees near the feeder, and it still melts her heart when they call to her, showing that they still remember that summer. Kristy puts peanuts out every day, but the black squirrels don't seem to understand that it is a bird feeder, not a squirrel feeder. This particular black squirrel seems to have taken on the role of enforcer at the feeder and he chases the other squirrels and even the crows away. The crows are smart though and they wait patiently on a nearby branch until he leaves with a load. Then they swoop in, pick up three peanuts and fly off to stash them in a safe spot. Kristy was surprised to learn that the crows will occasionally even say "hello" to the squirrels now.

Adoptable Bunnies Share Positive Vibes During Yoga Class1m13s

Adoptable Bunnies Share Positive Vibes During Yoga Class

Yoga now comes in many furry forms. There is cat yoga, horse yoga, and goat yoga. And thanks to the Metazoa Brewing Company and Treehouse Yoga, we can add bunny yoga to the growing list. This is the third session of bunny yoga pairing in this place. Tickets were sold out midweek and they had a turnout of approximately 80 humans and 13 adoptable bunnies hopping around the room. They did great and brought with them extra love, and attention. Rabbits are easy-going animals and they love being with other rabbits, either in a bonded pair or a close social group. Socializing comes naturally with them and they thrive because of their strong hierarchy system. These gorgeous and winsome rabbits love to be petted, and often lick the yoga students affectionately. Some of them are walking freely around the room, some like to be cuddled in big warm hugs and others just stand on the yoga mats and wait patiently to be spoiled and pampered until their yoga friends finish with the exercise. They are very inquisitive as well, dashing around just to see who their neighbor is by activating their sense of smell. Even though they might not have proper homes and wait for an adoption, they get every love and affection they deserve in this room full of positive energy and bright spirit. All in all, the rabbits prove to be a great experience for this yoga class. It seems that they made a lot of friends and we hope that many yogis were interested in adopting or fostering them.

Shy Gopher Is Too Curious To Resist The Camera35s

Shy Gopher Is Too Curious To Resist The Camera

Groundhogs are one of the shyest animals on earth. They spend a great deal of their day grazing, eating grass and flowers, but they are always ready to run for their burrow at the slightest sound or at the sight of anything moving. We see them from afar but we rarely get a close up look at them. It turns out that they are also one of the most adorable animals on earth. It's not often that we get to see their inquisitive eyes or their furry, round faces close up. It's even more rare that we get a look from so close that we can see every detail of their nose and teeth. This little fellow was at the edge of his hole one spring day when the sun was shining and the birds were singing. A camera positioned quietly at the opening of his den caught him on video as he looked out at the world around his hole. He saw the camera and decided he wanted to get a closer look, as well as a sniff. Although he was timid, curiosity got the better of him and he inched closer and closer until he actually bonked his nose on the camera. He obviously wasn't too worried about it as he came out of his hole and began munching on the grass. Groundhogs, often referred to as gophers are actually much larger and can weigh as much as 13 pounds. Groundhogs belong to the same family as squirrels. They have complex burrow systems that are carefully constructed. No wonder we see them disappear into a hole and then appear again in another part of a field. Groundhogs eat almost constantly in an effort to store up fat for their winter hibernation. They do not stock up on food in their burrows like their cousin, the gopher does.

Lizard Practices Her Bug-Hunting Skills On Computer Screen28s

Lizard Practices Her Bug-Hunting Skills On Computer Screen

We have already told you about Frankie the bearded dragon. She is a 2-year-old rescue who will forever be smaller than normal due to a lack of UVB from her previous owners. It is also why she has a kink in her tail. She is now healthy, spoiled and gets lots of treats. While her diet consists mainly of collard greens, mustard greens and butternut squash. She also gets the occasional fruit and sometimes the digital fly! In this hilarious video, Frankie the bearded dragon trains on keeping her fly-hunting skills sharp with the help of a video game on her owner’s tablet. We can’t tell for sure if she knows the bigs are fake or not, but every time a bug comes out on the screen, she moves like lightning to face her opponent. It’s left, now it’s right. The erratic behavior of the flat bug does not throw Frankie off for one second. She jumps at the opportunity to nose-bump the screen as soon as she sees a fly! Frankie may be training hard on hunting down those pesky flies, but deep down, she loves nothing more than to chase down some plumb blueberries around the floor. The bearded damsel goes nuts when she sees her favorite berry and you can tell. This is a form of enrichment and exercise and it's also hilarious to watch! The floor might be slippery, what with the smooth surface of the laminate and the lizard’s long claws, but that does not stop our heroine here from making her best efforts to reach that blue ball of deliciousness and munch it as soon as possible!

twobadgals
Published: March 5, 2018412 plays$0.69 earned
Kangaroo plays with chicken friend21s

Kangaroo plays with chicken friend

Kangaroos, mini pigs, miniature donkeys, livestock guardian dogs, horses, chickens, cows and more all live together in (mostly) harmony on this farm. Who knew a chicken and kangaroo could get along so well?

Seagulls Engage In Full-Blown Conversation With Their Mirror Reflections45s

Seagulls Engage In Full-Blown Conversation With Their Mirror Reflections

A funny video has emerged featuring a pair of seagulls trying to make contact with their reflections in the mirror, desperately trying to befriend the seagulls standing on the other side. How funny is that? Mirrors can be pretty confusing to animals! Is that a new friend on the other side, or is it me? When these two seagulls came across a mirror window they tried to make contact with those good looking seagulls standing across of them, but the problem was that they couldn’t seem to quite reach them no matter what how hard they quacked and picked with their beak! It's safe to say that we have all been here before. Whether it's walking into a screen door, or pushing on a pull door, we've had our days of shame! It's only natural that on occasions we are dazzled and confused by something and naturally we try to figure out what that really is. Same goes for these hilarious seagulls who tried their best to make a new friend out of their mirror reflection! Too funny! There is nothing more adorable than animals reacting to their reflexion in the mirror ! These two seagulls engage in full-blown conversation with their reflection in the mirror that we feel bad to burst their bubble! Watch as they repeatedly start to communicate, giving themselves nice headbangs! Immediately after noticing a seagull is staring back at them, the overly confused seagulls attack their reflection, again and again! Ignorant animals sometimes do hilarious things, resulting in a hysterical moment that is probably caught on video. Enjoy!

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Published: March 1, 201832,953 plays$92.67 earned
Kitty And Pup Engage In Cute Wrestling Match On The Sofa2m09s

Kitty And Pup Engage In Cute Wrestling Match On The Sofa

Footage shows a playful kitty engaging in play mode with a cheeky pooch on the sofa! Drogon the staffy puppy play-fights with the kitten, both six-months-old, in this heartwarming clip. BFF's forever! The needy kitten loves to cuddle and her cuteness is overwhelming. Watch as the overly-affectionate kitten tries to pick up a fight with the playful pooch. How is Drogon supposed to catch any sleep with this cute kitty rubbing against her face?! Just how precious is this? This adorable cat loves her dog companion. She has an extra special soft spot for her friend Drogon, who is a very gentle dog that shows his caring and loving nature. The kitten isn't afraid of him at all, it looks like she wants to spend as much time as she can with Drogon, so adorable! Watch as she jumps on Drogon and play-fights, giving him numerous paw and teeth attacks, while snuggling on the cozy sofa! These two are such great buddies, it's always nice to see a cat and dog getting along with each other so well. They love to cuddle with each other and keep each other company. They've only known each other for months, but it looks like they've known each other their entire life. What a special bond! If you too want to bring two different animals together, the best way to do this is to pair them at a very young age. Just like human babies, this is when they develop their cognitive skills as well as their communication skills, so when they learn that this other animal is a friend, they will accept it as such. No more clichés! Do you have any cute moments you want to share about your own pets? Let us know in the comment section down below!

DJM93
Published: March 2, 201848,077 plays$95.66 earned
Cute Pet Owl Captivated By Windshield Wipers58s

Cute Pet Owl Captivated By Windshield Wipers

Imagine what it would be like to understand everything your pet is saying to you. You’d know when they are truly hungry or when they are just vying for your attention. There would be no more incidents and you’d know when it’s time you put on your clothes and take your pet for a walk. To sum it up, life would be much easier. But not knowing how the cogs turn inside your pets’ mind has some allure too. Not understanding them has made us learn a few new ways to communicate with them. We know that all it takes is a certain look to know when they want us to put them more water in the water ball or that a tilt of the head means that they are confused about a certain thing and they want to learn more. Well, at least we think that’s it, if you ask a cat, they would probably tell you that they are looking at you that way because they think you aren’t quick enough to find the sock they stole from you last week and hid it underneath your bed. Either way, there are some telltale signs and they make our lives easier. At times, ‘though, knowing how our pet reacts to a certain thing can give us quite the entertainment and this footage is a great example for it. Check out this pet owl that is simply fascinated with the windshield wipers of his owner’s car. The reels are turning in his head and he is trying to figure out how they work and why they are on. His head tilt is just the cherry on the top!

Alisha
Published: March 1, 20183,136 plays$11.69 earned
Dog Snatches The Chance To Meet With NYPD Police Horse On Wall Street2m11s

Dog Snatches The Chance To Meet With NYPD Police Horse On Wall Street

Animals are just the right companion to have whether it is that you live alone, or need some company or even the fact that you don't like being bored. Domestic animals, whether it is a cat or a dog, or whatever you have your mind on getting, they are sure to brighten up your day. It is usually when we come home from a hard day's of work that we need to snuggle up in or bed and hopefully have a companion that is there waiting for us and willing to offer some fun times and some cuddles. This case in particular is just 'a little' out of the ordinary. If humans perhaps happen to walk by such a gloriously looking animal such as this NYPD horse, we might take a look from a fair distance and keep on walking. Maybe stop for a minute and stare at this beautiful being. The story with this French Bulldog however is a bit different then what you would expect. When we say that, we mean that this little French puppy its just way too curious not to go ahead and introduce itself to this NYPD horse, which is on duty by the way. His fierce attitude and brave ways are just enough to pull on the leash and get his little nose into the nose of the horse so he can figure out what this huge creature actually is. This French Bulldog is ecstatic to meet a very friendly police horse as the two share a precious interaction. Adorable!

Frenchie
Published: February 26, 20186,300,164 views