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Animals Understanding The Word 'No' And Not Caring (Tumblr Posts)

Animal owners tend to live under the assumption that their animals don't actually understand them. You look at your hooligan, delinquent cat in the eyes as it's about to drop one of your favorite teacups onto the floor, and you say "no", and your cat looks at your like you're insane/insanely stupid and does it anyway. Maybe they really don't understand for the most part, but some animals... 

Some animals are smarter than we give them credit for. It's not because they don't understand that they're not allowed to do it either. These tumblr posts clearly show that your pets understand exactly what they're doing. They do it because they're jerks. And they're jerks on purpose. And we love them anyway lol.

tumblr posts about animals understanding the word 'no' | thumbnail includes one tumblr post 'Font - wow-david Follow My parrot has a vague understanding of the word “no." He knows to stop doing what he's doing when he hears it, and he knows how to say it. He knows it's a word that is used when he's doing something he shouldn't be doing. However, being told “no" doesn't make him stop doing it in future. If he's ever out of my sight or if l'm not paying attention, I know exactly when he's doing s'
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Are you ready for today's explosion of cuteness? No, you're not, because this tiny viral puppy is about to make you full-on melt. 

It just doesn't want kisses. That's all there is to it. And it is not afraid to tell its owner that it doesn't want kisses - in the most world-shatteringly adorable way possible. Small bark, followed by tiny paw bump on the face, and the owners (along with us) laughing in the most fond way possible. 

This is it, we've reached peek puppy cuteness. What in the world could be more adorable than this? We will be on the lookout and keep you updated. 

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Watch This insightful Short film, released by Greenpeace, to educate us about the protection of endangered African species. You will probably  recognize one of Disney's most famous movies: The Lion King. 

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