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Every once in a while, our furry friends do adorable things that, when caught on camera, make for the best kind of videos. Thanks to social networking platforms, pet-owners from around the world keep sharing these charming moments of their pets for others to watch and feel good.
A clip making the rounds on Twitter shows a white, furry kitty dipped for a bath in a tub watching over a tiny blue whale toy.
The crowned kitty, bathing in fashionable accessories, looks like it is making sure its whale friend is swimming well – like a responsible babysitter.
People love to watch horror films, but for our canine friends seeing a zombie, a ghost, or a mummy on screen is really scary. Luckily, they are always ready to fight back - especially, when the humans are near and can protect them from the monsters.
Sometimes animals can be really friendly with each other - but in the wild, generally life is pretty harsh. Even if it looks as though it's fun, it might be a matter of life or death for both prey and predator. Adrenalin pumps up, and in what appears to be a game of tag a cunning cat is trying to get a slick rodent, and nobody knows who will win.
Life in the wilds can be extremely hard, especially for little animals - or dinner as they're known to their larger predators. Luckily for them, people consider those amazing furballs adorable, and are always ready to put out some food for the cute critters. And they repay us by starring in hilarious video clips.
Tehran will resume full compliance with the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) if the US lifts sanctions that currently hinder Iran's cooperation with foreign nations, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Tuesday.
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