Tuesday, October 11, 2011 | By: Angela Brown

Tuesday Snoozeday - See, I made a Rhyme

I've found myself feeling a bit of snooze when it came to my Tuesday posts.  So last week, I didn't post on Tuesday.  It worked well, so I'll keep posting the other four weekdays.

For now, here's a fun video some of you have probably seen.  From what I can tell, no animals were harmed in the making of these clips, though I can't say the same for the humans.


Maria Zannini said...

There can never be too many funny dog and cat videos.

Thanks for the smile.

Angelina Rain said...

Loved it!

I agree with Maria, there coudln't be too many animal videos.

Some of them reminded me of things my own animals used to do.

LD Masterson said...

Do cats have bones (skeletal systems)? Has anyone checked?

Matthew MacNish said...

Whoa! What is up with that second cat?

Bethany Elizabeth said...

I love animals. I especially love cats. :)

Jenna Cooper said...

Funny animal videos are my weakness. Thanks for the laugh!

Angela Brown said...

@ Maria - It was my pleasure :-)

@ Angelina - This had me dying laughing...they were so cute

@ LD - I think they have the resilience of children, just take a licking and keep on ticking

@ Matt - I guess instead of going head over heels, it decided to try it in reverse. Weird!

@ Bethany - Plenty of cat clips here :-)

@ Jenna - Glad to bring some laughter to your day.

J. A. Bennett said...

Cute! I love it!

David Powers King said...

Awesomeness. I can always appreciate a reel of animals doing crazy stuff.

Angela Brown said...

@ J. A. Bennett - aren't they just the most coooooky characters?

@ David - Sometimes, animals remind me of children since they do the strangest things.

alberta ross said...

the dogs are scary - I ended up in plaster for 8mths because of one!!:)he was still a friend after! - my friends husband had his ankle broken because of his dog!

like the cats thos' so much more peaceful 'tho the one attacking the toddler was a bit scary too -

all the best for coming week

Angela Brown said...

Oh no, alberta. After reading about your "plaster consequence", my little disclaimer above takes on a whole new meaning.

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