Wednesday, August 17, 2022

5 Videos Of Cute Animals To Get You Through This Week: October 7

This week we have a dog inside a watermelon, a dog who never learned how to walk down stairs, a cat in a potato sack, and more!

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 cute animals include a dog inside a watermelon, a cat in a potato sack, a cat who really wants to jump but is scared, a dog who never learned how to walk downstairs and a hungry hamster.

Another dog inside a watermelon

I think I talk about dogs inside watermelons every couple of days. Again, I don’t know why this is such a thing but it works. I guess all you need is a patient dog and some nice watermelon chopping skills.

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A cat in a potato sack

This isn’t really a potato sack, but it’s close to that. This poor guy is chilling inside his sack only to be disturbed by another cat, who jumps all over him. Still, our cat is comfy in that bag, and it stays there.

Schitt’s Creek cat

No cat has ever doubted themselves as much as George, who can’t make up his mind. In a way, that’s for the better. That pile of books and DVDs does not look strong enough to hold up a cat.

A dog who can’t walk downstairs

Luckily for all of us, this dog never learned how to walk downstairs. Good boy.

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A hungry hamster

This hamster, called Potato (!!!), eats some spaghetti with his little paws. You’re welcome.


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