Because even domesticated animals like to act wild, these are two compilation videos (first cats, then dogs) assembled by Youtube channel Funny Video Compilations featuring pets interrupting people’s at-home work videos and news interviews. There are some SOLID interruptions in there, and I highly recommend watching both videos back-to-back with
Because pets are the best and deserve the best, this is a video from The Dodo detailing an Australian dog dad who cut two pairs of eye and snout holes in his home’s fence so dogs Billie and Seymour (aka the peekaboopuppies) can greet their mom as soon as she
This is a video of Lindy the husky losing track of a treat under her own paw. She can smell it and knows its nearby, but can’t find it. I’m sure there’s a metaphor for life here somewhere. Probably something about searching for true happiness. Or maybe your car keys.
This is a video of a man who was allegedly locked out on his third story balcony by his husky Sky (possibly Skye or Skie, but probably not Skiiiiiiy), who, after enough groveling on the man’s part, decides to let him back in. My dogs? My dogs would have never
Because you’re a dog and you never know when NFL teams might be holding open tryouts via submitted internet videos, this is a compilation of bulldog Charlie ‘the bulldozer’ tackling every trash can and recycling bin he can get his paws on to impress potential talent scouts. And let me
This is a video of Buster getting caught after trying to run away from home like I did when I was six. I packed enough peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to almost last an hour! The guy in the video is able to track Buster thanks to an Apple AirTag
This is a video of a Jack Russell demonstrating her (Jane Russell?) technique for exiting an above-ground pool, utilizing the pool’s skimmer to make an easy exit. Very cute. Of course it’s important to keep an eye on your pets around the pool to ensure their safety. Thankfully, I don’t
This is some home security cam footage of a lady pushing a brown bear off a cinderblock fence and into her neighbor’s yard (your problem now) after it takes a swipe at her dogs. Of course the only reason it took a swipe at her dogs was because the bear