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5 Videos Of Cute Animals To Get You Through This Week: August 26

This week’s column features some fluffy cat ears, a jumping cat, a tiny bunny, some hugging otters and an adorable pug.

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 column features some fluffy cat ears, a jumping cat, a tiny bunny, some hugging otters and an adorable pug.

An athletic cat

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This super athletic cat manages to jump over a fence and land perfectly without changing its facial expression. From the angle of the video it’s hard to tell how large the fence is; it’s still super impressive.

Fluffy cat ears

Who doesn’t love to bite on cat’s ears? Especially when they get so angry because of it.

A tiny bunny

This video is short but has everything you could possibly want from an internet video. You can watch it whenever and you’ll feel better.

Hugging otters

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Otters are pretty famous online, and this is one of the best videos around, featuring a little sea otter napping on top of their mom. Come on.

Pug’s butt

https://www.instagram.com/p/B1q9_9fjI2f/

Come for this pug’s adorable butt and stay for it’s silly face after it clumsily falls down.

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