These adorable baby British shorthairs are introduced to a baby chick! Safe to say, this may be one of the cutest videos featuring the cutest actors.
There you have it. The ultimate cute to complete your day.
What is it about owls that captivate us so? Those big-all-knowing-eyes? The way they can turn their head nearly all the way around? What about those beautiful feathers?
Did you know that there are about 200 different owl species? Wow, that's a whole lot of cuteness to admire!
It's been a long week and we're feeling everything this tiny sloth is saying... sleep!
If you weren't feeling tired, we're sorry but this video will definitely get you there quickly. We're all aboard this snooze train together, and there's no getting off until we catch up on some much-needed Z's.
The adorable sloth featured in this video is baby Moses (he is now 6-years-old), a sloth who was abandoned and rescued by a dog. This video of Moses is him on his second day of life! No wonder the little babe is so sleepy. Moses currently resides at the Sloth Sanctuary of Costa Rica.
It should be illegal to be this adorable.
We happened to scroll upon one of the cutest tweets we've ever seen. Twitter user, @plumbpop, shared her handmade bonnets for her baby chicks!
We had an immediate "awww" reaction and needed to see more baby chicks wearing tiny bonnets and hats! And while we were searching for that, looking to satisfy our craving, we came across Julie Persons of Etsy. Julie Persons specializes in tiny bonnets and hat made for baby chicks! Talk about hitting the jackpot!
Julie Persons' Etsy shop "Chicks in Hats" is everything you could want and more. Check out the cutest chicks rocking the cutest hats!
We shared an update from India's Tiger Reserves earlier this morning, and we're happy to hear the numbers for these endangered animals have been climbing, over the years!
However, there's always more work to be done! On this day, it's important to raise awareness for their conservation. Sadly, tigers have lost 90% of their natural habitat and their population has dwindled down to less than 4,000. India shared a report that revealed their tiger population increased from 1,400 in 2014 to a total of 2,967. That's more than double! While there is still a long way to go, it feels like we're on the right track.
Let's continue to help this beautiful species thrive by spreading the word and donating what we can! You can even adopt a big cat at World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF).
A big congrats to San Diego Zoo and to the mother, Rosalita, who birthed two endangered ring-tailed lemurs on July 8, 2020.
The twins, one male, and one female (yet to be named) went through the Zoo's veterinarian's quality wellness check, to make sure everything is fine (ie, nursing properly, gaining weight, etc).
Both twins have yet to be named but are in good health and very loved by all, especially their mother.
Yeleny Smith, wildlife care specialist at the San Diego Zoo knew Rosalita would be an excellent mother from the start, "She immediately exhibited all the appropriate behaviors of a lemur mom—being very attentive, grooming them, placing them in the appropriate nursing position, encouraging them to nurse and tending to their every need. These births are significant, as they allow us to continue to learn and share knowledge about this endangered lemur species."
What a sight it must be! According to San Diego Zoo, the 13-day-old twins are often seen "clinging to their mothers' belly" as she often nurses them and relaxes in the sun.
Who else is currently looking up San Diego ticket prices to see these two precious babies? Both San Diego Zoo and San Diego Zoo Safari Park are open but with added safety and health protocols.
Story via San Diego Zoo Global ZooNooz
Ugh, it's Tuesday again? The only thing worse than Mondays is Tuesdays. Thankfully, at I Can Has Cheezburger, our Tuesday means this weekly dose of cute to help keep the bad vibes at bay!
And we must say, it does a splendid job of doing so! And lucky for you, you're right on time for this prescription refill!
Get ready because this week is the cutest week yet (just like last week's)! We've got the pics and vids to turn you into a pile of mush!
Bringing the cuteness every week - stay tuned for next week's dose! If you missed last week's dose, and you need an extra cuteness boost, check out last week's here.
So smol and so cute.
We all know cats can transform from a solid-state to a liquid one, this isn't new. However, the balled-up form, also known as "loaf," is one of the earliest forms a kitten masters. Practically from the moment, they are born, they are masters of the balled-up position. And this position is one heck of a cute one.
Literally, just a ball of cuteness you can hold in your hands. Who wouldn't melt over that? We're melting just thinking about it.
How is your weekend going so far? Looking to spice up things with some more fun?
Well, look no further, 'cause we've got the most adorable baby animal GIFs to keep you happy & warm inside.
Sure, all animals are cute, but there's nothing quite as cute as the miniature version of them.
So, take some time out and start scrolling.
Few animals have the power to make us smile quite like alpacas and llamas. There's just something about these awkwardly cute animals that's difficult not to like.
Now...what if all that cuteness will be delivered to you in a mini version? Yes! we have some of the cutest baby llamas (and alpacas) photos for you. You're welcome.
Kids and animals are a double dose of cuteness.
Photographer Andrea Martin celebrates the joy that comes from these duos in her sweet photos featuring a small kid and a baby animal, cuddling in a rural setting.
As the mom of four children, Martin understands the magic and knows how to embrace their mutual playfulness as well as when to hit the shutter in exactly the right moment.
This group of puppies, in pup-ticular, are just too cute!
Learning to swim is at first very scary stuff, but you just got to go for it and take that plunge! Of course, with someone to supervise you and in this case, there were a few supervisors! Some hoomans and a very proud mama lab!
Watch these puppies take on swimming for the very first time! They all did so well!
Maybe we should move to Alaska if this is the result!
Roland Rydstrom from Anchorage, Alaska, has some unexpected but completely welcomed guests during his COVID home office.
A mother moose and her two adorable calves appeared in his backyard just a bit before 9 am and camped out there all day! And the photo series Rydstrom shared on Facebook proves it was a peaceful and enjoyable time for a mom and her babies.
Some of the quoted comments below are comments from people on the original post. We just felt the need to share them since they were the perfect commentary.
Enjoy this peaceful moment! And thank you, Roland Rydstrom for sharing this moment with the world.
Take a sip of this cool and refreshing gallery of baby animals being their adorable baby selves.
What could be better? Take a moment to bask into their purity and wholesome before finishing up the rest of your day, it might prove to do some inner calming.
We hope you have a wonderful weekend!
Once a week, your cuteness prescription will always be automatically refilled for your viewing pleasure!
Nothing -- and we mean nothing brings on those warm mushy feeling like a huge dose of animal cuteness! We scoured the internet to bring you the cutest animal pictures of the week! Bringing you cuteness every week - stay tuned for next week's dose! If you missed last week's dose, and you need a cuteness overload, check out last week's here.