Unreal Animals

See why this animal has the heart of a lion. What a turn of events!32s

See why this animal has the heart of a lion. What a turn of events!

This adorable little mouse has the heart of a lion! When this little guy comes face to face with a large fluffy dog, he doesn't just run away, he stands his ground and stands up to the big dog! You just might think that this dog is more afraid of the mouse!

Published: July 7, 201613,140 viewsVirality: 7%
Do Cats Really Love Mice?50s

Do Cats Really Love Mice?

The tale of Huan the cat, Jerry the mouse, and a very unusual friendship.

Published: June 14, 2016Updated: July 3, 20167,155 views
Large geese family effectively use cross walk45s

Large geese family effectively use cross walk

Dash cam footage captured a family of geese carefully crossing the road on a pedestrian crossing, like every clever member of society. These geese recreate the classic Abbey Road photo, except instead of the Beatles, we can see them walking to safety on the other side of the road. How adorable is this? They cross the street at the crossing like it's instinct, which is unbelievable. Maybe they were scouting out the area for a bit, watching other people cross the same road, abiding to the cross walk. Animals can pick up on things fast! You won't believe how well-trained they are as they use the cross walk perfectly!

Published: June 12, 2016Updated: June 27, 201691,317 views
Piglet becomes best friends with kitten3m06s

Piglet becomes best friends with kitten

Master Julian has no idea that he is a pig. In fact, he thinks he's a cat! So of course he grew up with his best friend, Chairmen Meow, not realizing he looks any different than his feline friend. Full Story: According to Catherine Besch, co-founder of Vietnam Animal Aid and Rescue, Julian is an ordinary farm pig. Yes, she loves him dearly but she promises all pigs are like Julian - intelligent, affectionate and a bit naughty. Cat saw Julian and his siblings on a motorbike heading to town to be raised and within 6 months slaughtered. When she saw the piglets, she knew she could only take 1 and she made the agonizing decision and picked Julian. Master Julian lives like a king. As a piglet, he slept with his human but his BFF was Chairman Meow a stubby tailed, orange and white tabby. The piglet and the kitten grew up together. One becoming proportionately larger than the other -- but size didn't matter for these two who are still best friends 1.5 years later. Today, Master Julian is 250 lbs and sleeps on the floor. His purpose in life is to educate the Vietnamese that animals have a name, a face and in this case can also be a friend. ✿ Follow PAWsitive on our socials: Facebook ➔ http://bit.ly/PawsitiveFacebook Twitter ➔ http://bit.ly/PAWsitiveTwitter G+ ➔ http://bit.ly/PAWsitiveGooglePlus ✿ Special thanks to Vietnam Animal Aid and Rescue Website ➔ vietnampetsandvets.com Donate ➔ https://www.gofundme.com/hoianvet Facebook ➔ https://www.facebook.com/vietnamanimalaidandrescue Twitter ➔ https://twitter.com/vnanimalaid Instagram ➔ https://www.instagram.com/vietnamanimalaid/ ✿ Crew Director: Hai-Lam Phan Producer: Dawn Poomee http://www.memetics.tv/ ✿ Music provided by Creative Commons Attribution music by Josh Woodward The song was not modified in any way. "Disappear" (Instrumental) by Josh Woodward Free download: http://joshwoodward.com/song/disappear Find more of Josh's music here: http://www.joshwoodward.com Creative Commons Attribution music by Jelsonic The song was not modified in any way. "Time is Picking Away" by Jelsonic Find more of Jelsonic's music here: http://jelsonic.com/royalty-free/ Creative Commons Attribution music by Chris Zabriskie The song was not modified in any way. "Prelude No.6" by Chris Zabriskie Find more of Chris's music here: http://chriszabriskie.com/ To see the full Creative Commons License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... ***All people, locations, photos, footage and logos have been used with express written consent from all parties.***

The most adorable animal love story you will ever see!3m09s

The most adorable animal love story you will ever see!

You have never seen a love story like this before! ‘Don’t Forget Us Pet Us‘ strives to create second chances for animals that otherwise would not have one. While we love all of their animals, Spartacus, the baby goat, holds a special place in our hearts. When Spartacus was born his mom left him in the field. His owner found him and had to give CPR and brought him back to life. He still suffers some medical issues due to his circumstances but he is truly a miracle baby! One very special friend, a baby emu, has helped bring Spartacus back to life. This is truly the most incredible love story we have ever seen! These adorable animals get a better life that truly counts. They also find ways to give back to the community and places where comfort is needed most. Their animals have traveled to Newtown, CT, Short Term Crisis Shelters, Homeless Shelters, attended Hospice camps, and have reached out to South Coast Neediest Families and nursing home residents. Don’t Forget Us Pet Us is not only changing animals’ lives but people around the country as well!

Beautiful Raccoon Teamwork by a Mother and Her Babies32s

Beautiful Raccoon Teamwork by a Mother and Her Babies

Occurrence Date: June 16, 2016 Location: Camdenton High School, Camdenton, Missouri, USA "I am a Police Officer in Camdenton Missouri and was working security one evening at the local High School. I saw the mother raccoon on the wall with one of her babies as she was attempting to get her other baby over the wall. The mother raccoon leaned over the wall as the baby held onto her legs so she could reach out and grab the other baby and pull him up. Great example of a mothers love and teamwork! The raccoons have been staying in the wooded area behind the high school and several faculty members have seen the babies out playing a few times in the morning so they are definitely living close to the area."

Published: June 18, 201651,646 views
Rescued crow speaks to his family59s

Rescued crow speaks to his family

This crow is one of four crows (The Freds) who were rescued when their nest fell from a tree. A veterinarian and her family raised the crows and they were released into the wild. They were accepted by a family of wild crows and still come back to visit, four years later. At least two will visit the backyard feeder and occasionally say "hello". This year, they have also started saying "mom" very clearly. They were not intentionally taught to say hello or mom. These birds are incredibly intelligent!

Published: June 5, 2016Updated: June 17, 201640,848 views
Huge snapping turtle comes when beckoned41s

Huge snapping turtle comes when beckoned

A huge snapping turtle visits the dock at the family cottage whenever fish scraps are put out. This swimmer decides to get in the water with the turtle and see what could happen. The turtle comes right up to the swimmer when he is summoned! Not only does he turn out to be gentle, he is extremely curious and even allows the swimmer to pet him under the chin. These ancient creatures are hardly the vicious monsters they are made out to be. This one is almost cute as he appears to be smiling during the encounter!

Deadly poisonous animals2m44s

Deadly poisonous animals

Snakes and spiders aren't the only venomous animals. Beware of bites from these poisonous creatures, who use toxins for everything from hunting to mating.

Published: May 26, 2016Updated: May 27, 201617,028 views
Fearless rat chases down cat!16s

Fearless rat chases down cat!

Check out this incredible footage of a rat continually trying to make contact with a cat. Is this normal? Is something wrong? Let us know what you think is going on in the comments!

Dally and Spanky Attempt 2 Jumps in a Row!14s

Dally and Spanky Attempt 2 Jumps in a Row!

Occurred on May 8, 2016 / Horse Creek Ranch, Hunters, WA, USA Info From Licensor: "Spanky is a 7 year old rescue miniature horse (a boy) and Dally is a 5 year old Jack Russell (a girl). They were just featured on National Geographic wild's "unlikely animal friends. They have been on the David Letterman show and also won the Hot Dog award at the World Dog Awards in Hollywood. They are best friends." - Francesca Carsen

Published: May 20, 2016438 views
Massive parade of ducks literally run to work45s

Massive parade of ducks literally run to work

This flock of over 800 Indian Runner Ducks at the Vergenoegd Wine Estate in South Africa run to work twice a day to keep the vines free of pests such as slugs and snails. They just can't wait to go to work!

Published: May 17, 2016Updated: May 18, 201620,843 views
Bird furiously obsessed with car mirror reflection2m59s

Bird furiously obsessed with car mirror reflection

A bird has a serious bone to pick with another bird it has come across, but there's just one problem... it's only a reflection! Watch it repeatedly attack the mirror in an endless effort to make contact with the bird on the other side of the glass.

Published: May 10, 2016Updated: May 11, 201636,998 viewsVirality: 69%
10 Nightmares of Nature13m39s

10 Nightmares of Nature

Nature is full of all kinds of creepy and terrifying animals. Here are some crazy facts about these 10 nightmares of nature. Let's Connect -- http://www.epicadamwildlife.com/ -- http://www.facebook.com/epicadamwildlife -- http://www.twitter.com/epicwildlife -- http://gplus.to/epicwildlife

Published: March 2, 2016Updated: May 5, 2016226 views
Horses share incredible friendship with Siberian Husky2m20s

Horses share incredible friendship with Siberian Husky

Max the Siberian husky takes frequent walks with his owner to a farm just outside of their community. What's amazing is that a pair of horses walk up to Max every time he takes a trip and greet him with curiosity. Each time Max comes to visit, the horses remember him and welcome him to come right up to the gate. It looks like they are even ready to give him a big kiss! Watching the horses come nose-to-nose with Max shows just how intrigued they are with each other!

Published: May 4, 2016Updated: May 5, 2016131,425 viewsVirality: 2%
Slow motion captures Chameleon's lightning quick tongue bursts39s

Slow motion captures Chameleon's lightning quick tongue bursts

Chameleons are able to project their tongue like a torpedo to capture prey, such as insects. In as little as 0.07 seconds, the elastic tongue is propelled up to twice the length of their body. Faster than the eye can see, Lenny the chameleon catches a cricket and then tries to catch a fly. The action is slowed down with a GoPro to allow for a clearer view. Lenny lives happily at a pet store in Peterborough, Canada.

Bear playing basketball10s

Bear playing basketball

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