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5 Videos Of Cute Animals To Get You Through The Week: July 22

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 rush of endorphins.

This week’s column features all sorts of animals: there’s a couple of great videos with dogs, a charismatic squirrel and a little cat that looks like half plushie and half feral. Check them out:

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This little guy, some sort of lynx, wild cat or baby lion, is held by the scruff of its neck with as much ease as if it were a plushie and didn’t weigh a pound. It looks too cute and adorable to be real.

Flying pitbull


This perfectly realized video shows us a pitbull leaping through the air and somehow making a perfect landing on the passenger seat of the car. All shot in slow motion, it’s one of those videos you’ll have to show to your friends.

A squirrel bribed for a photo


I don’t know if squirrels make for great pets but this tiny rodent makes me believe that they are more than up to the task. His name is Peanut and he appears to be happy to pose around with his human just as long as it gets a snack out of it.

A lazy dog


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Sometimes you feel lazy, and when you feel lazy, you don’t want to walk. Unlike us, dogs tend to wear leashes, preventing them from getting lost and giving them the opportunity to be dragged around whenever they don’t feel like walking.

This annoying little tail


This very patient dog is happy to lay around on its back and ignore the tail that’s annoyingly being wagged right on top of its face. How long until someone gets angry and a fight breaks out?



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