WTF Report: “More animals are like…”

I know, I know. It’s a cheap shot. Using animals to pad your blog posts? How original.

But as the famous Internet saying goes, “When in doubt—cute animals!”

So here are a few more videos that have animals in them.

Recipe: Take 5 ducklings and 1 yo-yo. Add motion. Enjoy.

The following video, in addition to being objectively entertaining, also teaches us an important lesson about determination: Never give up, keep going, even if you’re facing an immobile statue that refuses to engage with you in any way. Miracles do happen. (Not in this case, though.)

Whoever came up with this next video is both a comedic genius and willing to tiptoe along the edges of the “animal cruelty” border. I’m not sure whether forcing kittens to ever-so-gently smash into each other in slow motion qualifies as cruelty. What I do know is that this amuses me more than it probably should.

That’s it for me. I will be back with further, more word-filled posts in the near future.

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9 thoughts on “WTF Report: “More animals are like…”

  1. Aww! These are sweet! You get an A plus!!!
    We had a big ole cat who was tough as nails. One day he walked into my studio where we had just put a large cat statue. He bowed up, spit and hissed, whacked it good and left the room. We still laugh about that.
    Great post Daniel! I look forward, as always, to more words, videos- whatever you got. Keep it coming!

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  2. This was just what I needed as a break at work 🙂

    That dog video is the best! Poor guy couldn’t understand why that person was just ignoring him! And whoever made the cat crash video must have been very bored (but a little bit genius, too 🙂

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  3. I feel like that dog when I’m trying to get my sons’ attention.

    I think the person who filmed the kitten clip needs to have the same thing done to him. Bet he wouldn’t think it was so funny if a giant rammed him and his friend together repeatedly. Which, of course, is very likely to happen…

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