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5 Animal Videos To Save Your Week: Jan. 6

This week’s animals feature plenty of adorable cats and dogs. Happy Wednesday!

There’s no better pick-me-up than the one you get when you see a clip of an animal acting silly, which is why we’ve compiled this weekly column. These short videos feature all sorts of animals and can provide that much needed mid-week rush of endorphins, anywhere at any time.

This week’s column goes back to basics, featuring a gorgeous mix of cats and dogs. For some reason, the majority of the dogs featured on this list are Frenchies. Have a look.


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It’s very surprising how such loud and guttural sounds come from a small dog. That is, if you’ve never met a Frenchie. Even if I’d get no sleep again, I’d put up with those sounds for that adorable face.

A great actor

This Frenchie, who’s for some reason inside the bro-iest gym ever, can play dead like no other. Now, someone get him out of there before a weight falls on him.

A buddha sphinx

I have a soft spot for Sphynx cats. They’re wrinkly, grumpy and they make me laugh. This guy, who manages to nap while still holding a yoga pose, will surely convert people who find Sphynx cats’ lack of hair disturbing.

A slow motion fall

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Capturing a falling cat on video is no easy feat, which is why this video is awesome. Also, this cat and its fumbling little paw are very cute.

Please don’t touch

This moody yet totally patient cat wants to be left alone. Instead of hissing the affection away, like some cats I know would, this guy just politely but decisively kicks off the offending hand. Alone time now, please.


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