It’s not every day you see a pet squirrel. But on the days that you do, how often are they driving?! This (rescued) squirrel seems to be in a rush going some where important, because he’s not enjoying the way his human is driving. Watch this video of him showing the human driver how it’s done. I especially like the part at 0:15 where he pushes the driver’s hand away as if to say, “No, you’re doing this wrong. I’ll handle it from here!”
Any cat person will know that cats feel that they are superior to everyone and every thing – so all other beings can just bow down. That’s exactly what this adorable tiny kitten was thinking, too. He tries to tame this Pit Bull with his PAWers! It’s so sweet to see how this wonderful Pit Bull responded to being pawed in the face and jumped on. She’s probably the most patient dog I’ve ever seen! Not only does she not show any aggression to the little swatting thing, she actually shows affection towards kitty! Who says Pit Bulls are dangerous?! This owner did an amazing job of raising their furbabies! Kudos!
Fennec foxes are legal to be kept as pets in the United States, that doesn’t mean that they’ll be like your typical pet dog. They’re nocturnal and are incredibly energetic and curious about everything.
Originally from the Sahara, those incredibly cute, over sized ears of theirs are to keep them cool, as well as allow them to hear preys moving underground. They have the energy of a young dog, and have the flexibility of a cat! In other words, they’re a handful!
But sometimes they CAN be like your typical Fido. Take this video as an example. Just watching this fox run back and forth and how focused it is made me smile so much! I think my favorite part in the whole video is just watching those enormous ears flop around! And maybe the accompanying intense music in the background. At least its curiosity and energy is being released all at the same time!
Sometimes when the hoomans are busy doing important things on their fancy phones, you just have to improvise.
It was unlike any other day for 27-year-old Luke O’Reilly. He just wanted to do whatever it is, I assume, all young, athletic, cool kids in New Zealand do, go paddle boarding. But regular paddle boarding can sometimes be boring, right? So why not step it up a notch? As told to the Daily Mail, O’Reilly was on the beach when he spotted a pod of orcas (yup, Killer Whales!), when he decided that it would be neat to go out there with a GoPro and see how they’re doing.
He was quickly surrounded by six ocras swimming next to him. One in particular stuck by him for almost 10 minutes and even tried to take a bite out of his board! But being an expertise in the art of balance, O’Reilly was able to stabilize himself and stay on his board. He’s swam with and paddle boarded with orcas before but does not recommend an average person to do the same.
Watch the clip below and tell me if your knees were buckling too!
(Images from 3News)