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ACTUALLY CUTE

Need to smile today? Look no further. Here's a selection of actually cute animal media to make your life a little brighter. 

NEED TO SMILE TODAY?

Look no further. Here's a selection of actually cute animal media to make your life a little brighter.

(submit your own cute to whyanimalsdothething@gmail.com) 


Buttercup's first lap-nap, two years post-adoption. Submitted by S. Leppla. 

Buttercup's first lap-nap, two years post-adoption. Submitted by S. Leppla. 


Sadie the service dog posing primly on the job. Submitted by Sammy431. 

Sadie the service dog posing primly on the job. Submitted by Sammy431. 


Kip and his dog friend in the background. They're slowly learning to play. Submitted by Lunarshores. 

Kip and his dog friend in the background. They're slowly learning to play. Submitted by Lunarshores. 


Gertie helps her human stretch before ballet rehearsal. Submitted by J. Oliver. 

Gertie helps her human stretch before ballet rehearsal. Submitted by J. Oliver. 


Rachel, the birthday goldendoodle. Submitted by L. Stevens. 


"This is Billy, my 13yo Arabian gelding. I got him eight years ago from a local horse rescue; he'd been donated as a yearling and adopted several times, and he always got returned. He's the sweetest, smartest horse I've ever met, with more personality than any human I know. He plays fetch, unzips coats, unties himself, unlatches gates, and gets into general mischief when he's bored. These days he's living the good life. He loves to trail ride, pulls a cart, races barrels, carries flags, and teaches young horses how to behave (and have some fun, too)." - Submitted by Indyago

"This is Billy, my 13yo Arabian gelding. I got him eight years ago from a local horse rescue; he'd been donated as a yearling and adopted several times, and he always got returned. He's the sweetest, smartest horse I've ever met, with more personality than any human I know. He plays fetch, unzips coats, unties himself, unlatches gates, and gets into general mischief when he's bored.

These days he's living the good life. He loves to trail ride, pulls a cart, races barrels, carries flags, and teaches young horses how to behave (and have some fun, too)." - Submitted by Indyago


"[This orphan's] name is Dapple Bean, and she's about 4 weeks old now. When we got her she was less than a week old, her eyes and ears weren't even open. She's learning how to cat from [our other cat] and has been doing a great job. - Submitted by Akira


Bugsy, submitted by ClockworkLayton

Bugsy, submitted by ClockworkLayton

Monty, submitted by ClockworkLayton

Monty, submitted by ClockworkLayton

Sharky the cat gets the zoomies in a weird way - he chases his tail in strange acrobatics and then grooms for a good long time. Since it's not a compulsive behavior and isn't harmful to him, it's pretty damn cute. Submitted by Neofeliis