ANDPOP loves animal videos, and we know you do too. Who can resist the urge of fluffy and cute animals doing funny things?
Animals are entertaining whether they are doing standard animal things like pawing toys, doing human things like unlocking doors, or doing just plain weird things – like making unexpected noises. Why is there not a video of a cat baa-ing? Yes, that is a legitimate question.
It’s obvious this generation is easy to amuse as we have seen animals take over the internet, and in turn, our lives.
HERE ARE THIS MORNINGS ANIMAL VIDEOS:
The Water-phobic Elephant
The Hardwood Loving Kitty Read more…
It’s rare when a dog wants a cat in the house. But when they do, it’s absolutely delightful.
This video is just perfection. “Oh, COME OOOOOOON!!!!!” and just watch it.
It’s Puss In Boots in the flesh. Watch this small cat attack a much larger dog. Does “pick on someone your own size,” even apply in this scenario? Your call. This cat is fierce. I would not want to be on their bad side thats for sure.
Now if only she could only stand up right like this, then I would go out and buy her some little shoes, a hat, cape and a tiny sword:
This afternoon, we discovered two videos of a special animal that aren’t normally featured on the internet. In other words, we found two great videos on— just wait for it— SEALS.
Thats right, these seals scream like humans and even surf!
If puppy and cat videos ever go out of style, I think seals should take over the internet: memes, videos, pictures, all of it. Seals should rule the internet.
Maybe I’m biased because I can’t take anymore videos of weirdly human-like cats, but you can’t deny that seals are really cute.
Watch seals surfing here
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I don’t see why this bird needs a segway since everyone knows flying is a much more efficient mode of transportation, but it’s all about attitude and style these days. This bird certainly has both. The blue segway is so impressive I’m venturing to say it should be sold at PetSmart. Wouldn’t it be such a helpful device for birds that can’t fly?
What kind of Salem witchcraft is this? A black cat and owl were caught chilling together like regular BFFs, bouncing on tree branches, roaming through the grass and chasing after each other. There were a couple close calls when it looked like the cat was going to swat the poor owl’s face off or catch him mid-flight, but it was all in good fun.
Watch it here
If you’re having a bad day, take inspiration from this feathery little bird who doesn’t give two damns about you trying to ruin his R&R time. He was chilling out on the windshield wipers of a car and didn’t deign to move, even after someone turned the wipers on. A zoom in on his face confirms it, ain’t nobody got time for that!
What you need to know about this slow loris: Her name is Kinako and she was domestically breeded at a Japanese pet shop. She also LOVES rice balls.
Fact: If you stare at her for too long, you’ll probably grab the closest thing to you and start hugging it. She looks like she can literally see into the depths of your soul.
Watch it here:
You’ll probably have to punch a wall to feel manly again after watching this video of an adorable parrot fawning over a new, plush bunny rabbit. Apparently Marnie has quite a collection of stuffed bunnies but she always loves getting new ones. She keeps kissing it and telling it how cute it is. I’m pretty sure Marnie is trying to hit on the bunny at one point when she pulls out the old Joey Tribbiani classic: “How you doin?”
There’s nothing un-cute about this entire video. In fact, day old baby goats playing on a see-saw would make a burly lumberjack wearing steel-toe boots and holding a sledgehammer squeal. They awkwardly walk across the plank of wood, not realizing how unsteady it is.
The video inevitably wins our d’aw of the day.
More people should follow this chameleon. As he discovers a running tap, he immediately knows the purpose of it. Because we often forget to wash our hands before eating, I hope that this animal will set a good example and help us remember to keep hygienic before dealing with food.
This is an ode to all those annoying birds who are singularly obsessed with ruining the picnic you planned for weeks, by organizing a discreet army and attacking as soon as the Fritos make an appearance. clipnationdotcom put together this video of hungry birds stealing food from hungry humans. It’s appropriately set to the tune of ”Angry Birds Theme” by Pomplamoose.
I’ve repeated this OVER AND OVER again but I’m partial grumpy things. Grumpy Care Bears, grumpy professors (they’re so cute!), grumpy Smurfs and of course, grumpy animals like Henri the Existential Cat.
Now I think I’ve finally found my future dog in Porter the English Bulldog. Porter is unhappy about something and he wants everyone to know it. What is he so upset about you ask? “Porter is three months old and hates being on his leash,” his owner writes on YouTube. One commenter suggests: perhaps he feel emasculated by the purple leash? Just a thought.
My dog and I have this whole skit. We both imagine we’re both cowboys in a gunfight and when I point my fake guns toward him (my two hands) and say BANG! BANG! he falls onto his back and rolls over. Although it never fails to amuse friends and family, the trick isn’t all that original and tons of dogs can do it. However, I’ve never seen a kitten play dead on command. That’s a first for me.
Having spent many hours with my cousin’s five-year-old beagle, I’ve noticed that dogs will eat pretty much anything and everything they can get their paws on. But like anyone of course, they’ll always have their preferences.
Proving that dogs are just like children, this five and half month old fox red lab is terrified of low-fat lamb jerky. *Sigh* I guess we can’t ever convince these animals to eat something that’s good for them.
Someone give him some allowance. Proving to humans how lazy we are, this donkey is more than willing to finish our chores.
This genius monkey is proof that Pierre Boulle’s Planet of the Apes is not a question, it’s an inevitability. The monkey lives at Welsh Mountain Zoo and just wanted a little help escaping. While it’s pretty adorbz that he wants to unscrew the bolt on the window, I’m pretty sure this cute guy shouldn’t be locked behind glass. I hope some willing civilian unlatches the hinge for him.
Okay, I kind of lied in the headline because I’m not sure if this is actually their first bath, but it’s just TOO. MUCH. CUTENESS. These three-week-old kittens were at an animal shelter with no mother. Some volunteers took the kittens home, made sure they got enough nutrition and gave them proper baths because apparently they stunk. As far as I know, kittens don’t usually take baths but since they were in an animal shelter and had no mother to clean them, they really needed some extra care.