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Dr.  Burstyn and his feline friends demonstrate how to pick up a cat in a way that is comfortable for the cat and safe for you.  A must watch for anyone with a feline in the family.


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The proprietors of the Sunflower Farm Creamery in Cumberland, Maine shared this adorable video of their 48 rambunctious baby goats running around and playing in their cozy pajamas: " We have had 48 Nigerian Dwarf Goat kids born at the farm in the past two weeks. Now they are anywhere from 3 days old to 2 weeks old. They are getting so feisty so today we decided to let most of them out so their mamas could have their morning grain in peace without the kids jumping in their food and we had a fun pajama party. Our granddaughter Max especially loved it. Even the barn cat Virginia thought the kids looked pretty cute. A number of people have made us pajamas over the years so that we have a way to keep kids warm if they are born on super chilly Maine nights. But since we never get to see them all in action, I thought it would be a fun way to thank the sewers by making a video showing off all their work! 



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If you work with cats in the office everyday, you can probably relate! … Anyone else have a office supervisor?

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Mohan, who is one of three Red Panda Cubs born at Symbio Wildlife Park, has created a frenzy of cuteness across the internet as footage of him losing it over belly tickles and being affectionate with Zoo Keeper Beth Sticker was released onto the Zoos Facebook Page. Mohan is not only off the scale adorable, but actually plays an integral part in the long term survival of the species. He along with his siblings play an important role in the over-arching captive management breeding program that Symbio is part of, and he will one day too have a family of his own. With there believed to be less than 2,500 Red Pandas left in the wild, namely due to habitat loss and poaching, you have to say their future is definitely in some mighty cute hands, or paws. 

Via BBC Earth
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In this amusing clip from the BBC documentary nature series The Secret Life Of Primates: Baboons, British zoologist Charlotte Uhlenbroek narrates as a troop of facially expressive baboons check out their reflections for the first time.