Need a quick break from the monotony of work, the grind of school or simply the crushing boredom of non-Internet life? Welcome to Vine Time, where we take a look at three Vines that for a brief, shining moment (six seconds, to be exact) make us smile, laugh or say, "What did we just watch?"
Move over, guard dogs; guard cats are moving in on your turf.
On Tuesday, we were in awe of a cat who shooed away a mountain lion while sipping her morning coffee. Today, Nani the cat shows felines the world over how to send a black bear back where he came from (while safely protected by a glass door).
In a YouTube video posted by Eagle River, Alaska, resident Darlis Elliott, the 2-year-old Savannah cat watches silently inside as the sizable bear sniffs around outside on the porch.
Ladies first. Respect your elders. Blah, blah, blah!
These societal courtesies are nice and all, but manners are moot when water slides are involved.
Even man's best friend ditches his loyal nature when confronted with the inviting, wet plastic of an inflatable slide.
Take that, you big bully!
This brave feline sweetly meows as it stares into the eyes of a ferocious mountain lion – with just a glass door separating them – and prompts the large animal to go on his merry way.
The standoff begins with a very shocked owner finding his fluffy cat deeply engrossed in a staring contest with the big guy, who looks to be almost the size of a zoo lion. (Imagine bumping into this guy with your morning coffee, ah!)
Puppies, they grow up so fast.
If Destiny's Child was actually a girl group made up of goats who live in northern Maine, it would look a little something like this.
Known for their bold fashion choices, adorable goats are back again to prove human clothes look better on hooves. Today, we have triplets who are modeling the latest in chunky knit sweaters.
We've teamed up with one of our favorite sites, BarkPost, to bring you and your four-legged friends even more adorable pet videos, photos and must-see stories. Check back every week for new furry fun from BarkPost!
Good news: Now you can write off all those hours spent watching cat videos at work as medical expenses.
Gus Van Sant tried; now cats want a piece of the Psycho canon.
In this shot-for-shot recreation of the thriller's notorious shower scene, the terrified actors are replaced with rowdy kittens.