Saturday, October 1, 2022

5 Videos Of Cute Animals To Get You Through The Week: May 20

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 a dog model wearing a flower crown, a pug looking romantically at the camera, a couple of gorillas hiding from the rain, and different types of kittens. Very wholesome, very positive. Check them out below:

A dog who models

This gorgeous video reminds me of one of those amazing Beyonce photo-shoots or an elaborate take on the Coachella crown. Only it’s better because the star is a gorgeous puppy who sits very still until she spots a spoonful of peanut butter. She can only act professionally for so long.

Melancholic pug

If you’re looking for a relaxing video that might also make you cry, look no further. This short clip will satisfy all of your pug needs and will make you want to pet/adopt one within the next minute. You’ve been warned.

Gorillas hiding from the rain

No one likes to get wet when it rains, least of all these gorillas, who are unable to hide how much they hate it. At first, they seem content with hiding under the small roof, but then, as the first brave gorilla takes the plunge and inspires the rest to follow suit, you can tell how much they regret it.

Foster kitties

It’s really hard to go through the videos on this column without wanting to open up an animal farm. In this clip, two kittens engage in a really active grooming/playful session that looks fun and cute but also a little angry.

Baby sphinx

While Sphinx cats are not everyone’s cup of tea, there’s no way you don’t feel anything when you see this tiny kitten who can barely keep its head up. Look at its ears! Listen to its mews!



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