Everyone, meet Charlotte. Charlotte is a baby flying fox from Brisbane, Australia.
Recently, heavy rains in Brisbane have damaged the local flying fox population, with casualties including Charlotte's parents. Fortunately, there are people like Denise Wade, a videographer who takes in orphans like Charlotte and cares for them until they're strong enough to return to the wild.
Wade's clearly going above and beyond for her charges: Look at the TLC Charlotte is receiving in this clip.
As true Harry Potter fans know, Luna Lovegood's protective patronus – the spirit animal of the Wizarding World – is a rabbit. Now the actress who played Luna in the films, Evanna Lynch, is showing bunnies in the Muggle World some love.
Lynch, 23, is raising awareness for End the Cage Age, an animal-rights campaign organized by the French branch of Compassion in World Farming, a worldwide farm animal welfare group.
Long hair, don't care! That should be this trending fluffball's motto.
Atchoum, which means sneezy in French, is a furry feline (and potentially part Muppet) from Quebec, Canada, who is quickly earning fans online, according to Mashable.
The 9-month-old cat has a condition called hypertrichosis, which occurs in humans and animals. Hypertrichosis causes excessive hair growth. Most of Atchoum's extra fur sprouts out of his face, giving him a unique appearance that his owners have kindly chosen to capture on Facebook and Instagram.
This little guy is ready for some football.
On Super Bowl Sunday, Arizona, the Clydesdale horse, was welcomed into the world just minutes before Budweiser's "Lost Dog" commercial aired, reports KSDK.
Arizona was born at Budweiser's state-of-the-art breeding facility, Warm Springs Ranch, in Boonville, Missouri. The 340-acre farm is where the beer company raises and cares for its signature horses.
No new friends! That's this kitten's motto now.
There's FOMO, and then there's the feeling we get when we are sitting at our desks while other people are playing with puppies in their offices.
This is the ultimate Super Bowl rabbit trick: With one command, this long-eared little guy pushes a tiny cart into the room bearing a fresh beer.
It also might be the ultimate rabbit trick for any occasion, and possibly the only trick you've ever seen a rabbit perform. Whatever the case, the bond between the video's creator and his girlfriend's rabbit, Wallace, is a special one.
Animals are here to once again show us that differences shouldn't stand in the way of friendship. In this case, our starring pair is dealing with a bit of a height contrast.
Unable to fist bump or hug, the horse and tiny goat in this video have to get creative. Using his small but powerful legs, the goat propels himself into the air to connect with his buddy.
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