If you need further proof that dogs are infinitely awesome, I present to you exhibit A. Here’s a pretty awesome video of two Corgis playing the timeless playground game of tetherball. Your move cat fans…
Here’s a seriously awesome video of some dude feeding his pack of dogs. If there were ever a pack leader, this guy is the epitome of it. I’m pretty sure this guy gather a small army of dogs and take out a small country with his amazing abilities.
Here’s a damn awsome video of a little French Bulldog getting his janitor on and picking up and cleaning litter at a local mall. He must have heard the job pays 10 bones an hour BA DUMM CHHH! Enough with the bad jokes and just watch the darn video already…
Not to get down on cats in any way, but can anyone show me a video of a cat dancing the freaking Salsa? I think not. This will be the most awesome dog video you see this week, guaranteed!
Baloo the bear (1000 pounds), Leo the Lion (350 pounds) and Shere Khan the tiger (350 pounds) have the most unusual and unlikely friendship between them.
They were rescued eight years ago during a police drugs raid in Atlanta, Georgia. The three friends were only cubs at the time and were kept by drug barons.
After the rescue they were sent to the Noah’s Ark animal rescue centre in Locust Grove, Georgia, and it was decided to keep the animals together.
Here’s a pretty awesome stop motion animation entitled, Nowhere Near Here, that uses a combination of light with stencils and long exposure photography to tell the story of a dog running around the city at night, doing whatever a dog does. It’s not your normal cute animal video, but it still has an equal if not greater payoff and plus the music kicks ass. Röyksopp’s "What Else Is There" if anyone was wondering.
Here’s a pretty heartwarming story of a German Spitz named Rowan, who was born without any eyes, using the technique of echolocation to get around in the world. From Urlesque:
Rowan barks and uses the resulting echos to determine his location in the woods near his home. He might not be able to see, but this echolocation trick lets him get around just fine. He’s also got a superpowered sense of smell, so he knows when it’s dinnertime. The only difference between Rowan and normal dogs is that Rowan wants to play all night, because he doesn’t know the difference between night and day. D’aww!