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Say what you will about viral videos of cats and dogs — goats are truly having a moment on the internet. We can’t get enough of them! Our daydreams are all about owning mini goat farms in the bucolic countryside. Wouldn’t that be the greatest life? If you share our dream, but know it will probably never become a reality, we’re here to help you get your goat fix. Watch these precious baby goats doing what they do best: jumping, climbing, dancing and wearing sweaters.
Yay, Arthur! After several attempts, this 4-day-old fella leaps onto some bales of pine shavings. The best part of this precious 40-second video comes at the very end — at 0:39 — when Arthur does a triumphant little jumping dance that pretty much sums up how it feels to finally accomplish your hopes and dreams.
What did you do on your first day of life? Well, on day one of her life, Violet climbed up a rock and climbed down it. You go, Violet.
Just look at those ears flapping in the wind! And that shake at the end. We can’t even.
Hop to it! Johnnie the pygmy goat watches his human friend hop across the kitchen. After a few seconds, he catches on to what she wants him to do and totally one-ups her hopping skills with his awesome moves.
Like many human kids, this furry kid wants some attention from Mom right this very second, and Mom is not having it.
We recommend playing this every morning when you first wake up (or just in general when you’re feeling blue). Prospect will lift your spirits.
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Dogs have a hard time with the booming, crackling noises of fireworks, making July Fourth their least favorite holiday. Many owners took to social media on Independence Day to show how they kept their anxious dogs calm and safe. But Twitter user @Victoria_Eve stole the show with two adorable photos of her pets. Her cat seemed to know that her dog was “terrified,” so the sweet feline went and cuddled with her to make her feel better. “My heart is still crying,” the owner wrote in the caption on the images, which were favorited and retweeted thousands of times. — Read it at the Huffington Post