Jeremi Lorenti and his buddy were driving down the street when they suddenly came upon a skunk wandering in circles with a cup stuck on its head. Sure, they could have driven on, but compassion compelled them to stop and save the poor creature from becoming just another roadkill statistic.
With a punishing avalanche barreling down upon them, things quickly go from bad to worst case scenario for a tribe of poor Chamois goats.
If there is one video on the entire Internet that you desperately need in your life right now, it's the one of a five-year-old Corgi named Meatball merrily scampering around a homemade merry-go-round.
He's been dubbed "Tippy the Fainting Squirrel" for fairly obvious reasons: This foraging black squirrel just can't seem to stay upright for more than a few seconds.
The "Hang In There Kitty" can go ahead and let go: Humanity has found itself a new spirit animal.
Here it is: Your definitive, irrefutable video evidence that the herds of sheep out there are just looking for a cause to rally around, and that cause could literally be absolutely anything, even random sentences.
This video of a dachshund dentist and its big kitty client comes with absolutely no context, but one thing is abundantly clear: This is by far the cutest cleaning symbiosis in the Animal Kingdom (suck it, hippos and oxpeckers).
Portland Police Traffic Officer Mark James was in hot pursuit of a traffic violator caught going 52mph in a 35mph zone when his "high-speed chase" was abruptly interrupted by a family of ducks trying to cross the street.
Somewhere, deep within the dark wintry woodlands of Old Russia, a tenacious pit bull is tugging at the bark of a tree branch forever on the cusp of becoming a stick, yelping and gyrating as he goes.
Mondays are bad news. So are Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, as a matter of fact, but we'll get to them later.
Looking for an educational video that features a knowledgeable, clean-shaven adult accurately and respectfully mimicking the food consumption habits of various wild animals using poise, dignity, and a sippy cup?
There is so much to like about this video: The very, very clever raccoon navigating his way across a makeshift two-rope bridge like a furry James Bond; the Toronto housewife providing National Geographic-ready narration that gives Randall a run for his honey; the nuclear bomb blast toward the end of the video heralding a post-apocalyptic world in which raccoon overlords force humans to produce everlasting mountains of garbage for them to consume.
It was really only a matter of time before cats stopped being frightened of their own reflections and moved on to the next stage: Spending all day in front of the mirror practicing their Jazz Hands.