Home Column 5 Videos Of Cute Animals To Get You Through The Week

5 Videos Of Cute Animals To Get You Through The Week

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, providing you with that much needed mid-week rush of endorphins.

This week’s animal column features an adorable fawn, a very loud sheep and a good amount of playfully cute dogs. Check them out.

A frenchie head rub

RELATED: 5 Videos Of Cute Animals To Get You Through The Week

Dogs receiving massages are a common sight on this column, but the person who recorded a video is actually using a head scratcher instead of a random object that also serves as a massaging tool.

A confused puppy

Whistles and sharp sounds are confusing for babies and puppies, sometimes for grown dogs too. Even if they get scared and confused, these sounds bring out great reactions that make for good videos.

A screaming sheep

 

View this post on Instagram

 

A post shared by Animal on Planet 🐾 (@animalonplanet) on

This video is perfect, showing us a stressed out sheep lying on it’s back as it gets ready to scream. My recommendation is to watch the video with headphones on, sit back, and let the it loop for as long as necessary.

Bambi

View this post on Instagram

I'm laying on the concrete like this because you thought I was abandoned and scared me out of the bushes where I was sleeping. I was waiting for my mom to come back. I'm a newborn baby trying to blend in and hide. You’ll find me in the craziest places. I’m in your flower beds, under your cars, on your porch, in parking lots, next to business buildings, under your deck, (you get the point) When my mom places me in the early morning hours when it’s dark and quiet she doesn’t realize when she tries to come back, that I’m in a busy parking lot or backyard with kids and dogs…. but if I’m not up wandering around, crying out for my mom, I’m ok. If I’m curled up in a ball resting I’m staying where my mom put me. My mom is like a ninja, most people don’t see her. She nurses me and watches from a distance to protect me. If I do cry for help, my mom is there in a second!!! I appreciate your kindness but I don't drink water or eat carrots and apples, just my moms milk. I'm scared and I want my mom who is across the street watching and waiting for everyone to go away and leave me alone. She takes excellent care of me, if people would just give her a chance. Please, before you take me, assuming I’m abandoned, call your local Wildlife facilities, SPCA Wildlife department , Animal Control or your state Fish and game. For Wildlife facilities near you, google wildlife rehabilitation in your city and state!!! Fuzzy does a good job but I want my mom to raise me in the wild 😉 PLEASE SHARE❤️ #educate #fawnseason #callfirst #bestnonpayingjobever #spreadtheword

A post shared by Fuzzy Fawn Wildlife (@fuzzyfawnwildlife) on

RELATED: 5 Videos Of Cute Animals To Get You Through The Week

Although this video is more of a compilation of photos, we all need this kind of adorable energy in our lives. It also contains information on how to help fawns if you encounter one on the street, helping them stay safe and reunite with their mothers.

A dog playing pool

Dogs are talented creatures but it’s always surprising to see them mastering a new skill. Although this guy is kind of just sticking his head inside the pool table’s pouches, I’ve never seen another dog do this so I’m considering it a skill.

FOR A WEEKLY DOSE OF THE FRESH TOAST

Hand selected from our editors with all the latest news and entertainment with a side of cannabis.

Must Read

Wine Or Weed: Why You Don’t Need To Choose

Jamie Evans, also known as The Herb Somm, celebrates both wine and cannabis in her work as a San Francisco Bay Area event producer and wine/cannabis sommelier.