There's no use fighting it, just give in to the awww.
Perhaps you're partial to the classic "ibex-as-ninja" footage, or the guy who writes great songs but then sings them so gratingly as to make it difficult for anyone to listen to them. Or maybe you like the one with the death-dealing golden eagle or the leopard. They all have their merits. But for true goat-video lovers, I think this is likely the single greatest goat video of all-time.
Orangutans! Ring-tailed lemurs! Golden monkeys! Polar bears! AND THEY'RE ALL BABIES! It's like nature WANTS to get on the Internet!
Are baby seals cute? Of course they are. Tiny versions of anything are cute. Anyway, enjoy.
Here you will find a picture of a dog feeding a lamb with a bottle. I KNOW.
This is sweet and all but I can't imagine any scenario that doesn't play out badly for the hen.
"They say all dogs go to heaven. Apparently some come from there too."
I'm not gonna lie, I really needed this today. If bears are not your thing, there's bonus footage of a pig and a dog frolicking together below.
"On a lighter note, here is video of Russian polar bear patrol officer and researcher Vladilen Kavriy singing two polar bears to sleep with a lullaby." It is a good thing they included the video, because the rest of the article is pretty much bad news.
The draw here is supposedly the picture of the polar bear cub doing a "yoga" position, but I think the last photo, where she snuggles up against her mom, is pretty adorable.
So some people think that there are not enough cat videos on this website, which, you know, I understand how scarce cat videos are on the Internet, it is virtually impossible to find them anywhere! But in deference to the feline-deprived, here is a story about a tigon cub. Tigon = lion +tiger. Who knew? HAPPY NOW? Anyway, to balance that all out, here is a video that features baby polar bears, which I think we can all agree are cooler than cats of any kind.
"Forget the three little pigs hiding from the big bad wolf. These six little pigs have found a new friend in a maternal French bulldog named Baby. The Lehnitz animal sanctuary outside Berlin said Baby took straight to the wild boar piglets when they were brought in Saturday, three days old and shivering from cold. Sanctuary worker Norbert Damm said Wednesday that, as soon as the furry striped piglets were brought in, Baby ran over and started snuggling them and keeping them warm, even though they're almost her size." Why yes, there ARE photos.