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Via SaveAFox
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We could watch animals bouncing on trampolines forever. In fact, we now solely believe that trampolines are no longer for people but for animals' enjoyment. It's certainly far more entertaining to watch an animal discovering a trampoline. 

SaveAFox Rescue is a domestic fox sanctuary, and this sanctuary looks like a fox's dream! There are so many gorgeous foxes around and the sanctuary provides them with cool fun toys such as this trampoline! 

All we can say after watching this adorable video is that everyone ought to watch out -- one of the foxes has just learned how to land a double backflip!

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Just a reminder from an adorable stoat kit to stop and enjoy the simple things in life! Such as bouncing! Bouncing on a trampoline is something everyone can relate to and look fondly back at the memories. Remember the trampoline game 'Popcorn'? That was a good time. 

Anywho, this is certainly a treat of a video! British wildlife artist, Robert E Fuller, has built the ideal habitats to help encourage wildlife into his garden. He uses nest cams to study their behavior and uploads the best videos he captures onto his YouTube channel for free! If you like the videos and wish to support his work, there is a PayPal set up

Now, let's get bouncing with an energetic stoat!


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Via Samron
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Weee! As a human, trampolines are pretty fun. Sometimes, it can be a bit scary if there are too many people on and everyone is jumping at different times (or at the same time), but overall, it's always a fun time. 

And now we know that we aren't the only creatures on Earth that enjoy a good bounce. Apparently, these foxes got onto a trampoline in someone's backyard and decided to enjoy life with some bouncing. 

As if we didn't love foxes enough, just add trampoline bouncing to their never-ending list of cute

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This week, two young Rocky Mountain goats have been introduced to their new home in Oregon Zoo and simply can't contain their bouncy, fluffy selves. The mountain goats are 5-month-olds — a male named Murphy and a female named Lena. Murphy and Lena are joining some adult goats Sassy and Montane in the rocky Cascade Crest habitat near the zoo's main entrance. 

Amy Cutting, who oversees the zoo's Great Northwest area had this to say, "We are so happy to welcome these kids into the herd. They started scampering around their new habitat right away, and soon enough Sassy and Montane will be showing them the ropes."  

Even though the young goats are very young, that haven't stopped them from mastering the art of hopping from rock to rock! 

Cutting continues to talk about these goat kids, "These kids came from Olympic National Park, so we're especially grateful we can provide a home for them here. Mountain goats are a non-native species in those mountains, and it's critical for that unique ecosystem that they be removed"  

All we can say after watching these adorable bouncy kids run around... man, we wish we had that energy. 

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The Easter bunny could use a side-kick, right? Well this little pup sure would be perfect for the job! My vote is yes!!!



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By Genevieve
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Ginny has a very squee way of getting your attention when begging for food. How could you say no?!