From the fine folks at The Dodo, here's a very fun tale about a rooster in the house. They tend to keep call it a chicken, but finally get it right.
The adventures of Kotaro and Hana continue.
I haven't had a video of the two Asian small-clawed otters, so it's time to rectify that. I love these videos, and this time they try sparkling water for the first time. Yes, I know that doesn't sound like much, but it's great fund and even builds with some twists.
From the fine folks at The Dodo, here's another of their wonderful videos -- this about the extremely unlikely friendship between a tortoise and puppy -- Tilly G and Skippy. By the names only and knowing nothing else, I'm guessing you can probably figure out which is the tortoise and which the frisky puppy...
The video is funny on its own, but the use of the music (and timed perfectly) puts it on another level.
Make sure to unmute it --
As I've noted, I'm a big fan of The Dodo, which I think has the very best "adorable animal videos," to the degree that they transcend the concept. In fact, they're so good and such a good organization that they've made several specials for the Animal Planet channel, wonderfully endearing stories about protecting animals.
I've collected a lot of videos from The Dodo, and will post them here from time to time.
And we'll begin with this, about what might be, as the video says, the world’s most adorable badger. It's a rescue named Billie, and as much as badgers are known to be tough, feisty creatures, Billie is just...lovable.
There is nothing I can add to the comment made by the person originally posting this. And the joy of the video is that it isn't just fun repetition, but have fun "twists" as it goes on.
This video is pretty self-explanatory, so all that needs adding is, man, is it endearing. And also, they didn't need the heartstrings music.
I don't like to overpraise something too much in advance, especially for its humor, but I’ve looked at it about a dozen times – and burst out laughing each time. The picture and caption are just perfect together.
The caption describes this pretty accurately. But I love too that the "doggo" really don't react much at the end and takes it all naturally because -- well, you'll see...
I don't know if this should be called "Puppy Love" or perhaps "Follow the Leader," or maybe "Comfort in Numbers" or "Peer Pressure," or something else that can somehow explain this. But it borders between utterly adorable and totally weird. But given that there are five tiny puppies, it's endearing on that level alone.
But stick with it to the end, because I guess when puppies have their minds set on something, there's no stopping them...
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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