Monday, June 5, 2023

5 Videos Of Cute Animals To Get You Through This Week: July 29

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 plenty of adorable animals. There are a couple of dog videos, including a small bothering a big one, and another featuring a pug hiding inside a watermelon. There’s also a clip of a loving squirrel and a little dancing goat. Check them out!

Cute and annoying

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One of the funniest characteristics that all small dogs or puppies share is the need to mess with dogs that are much bigger than them, like the little guy in the video above. This puppy is called Boo, and is pulling and biting annoyingly at the tail of a much larger animal. The big dog might be Great Dane or something like that, but at least it doesn’t mind.

Dancing goat

While this goat might not be dancing on purpose, it’s dancing on accident, which is more than enough for me. I want this video to play on a loop forever.

A gentle squirrel

While having a squirrel for a pet sounds like something completely out of the norm, this little squirrel’s behavior is very similar to hamsters and other pet rodents. The text of the video lets us know that the scratches and bites that the squirrel is giving are soft, which is reassuring because she has some seriously long claws.

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This video features Boo once again, proving that there’s nothing cuter than a puppy who’s entitled and excited. Boo is very loud and argumentative but completely adorable.

Pug in a watermelon

I’m not sure why this trend of dog’s heads hiding inside watermelons is still ongoing, but I’m grateful. These dogs always seem so surprised.



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