Everyone loves videos with animals being adorable and cute. Recently, the Ad Council has crafted three aww-inducing Public Service Ads (PSAs) featuring puppies, baby goats, and hedgehogs! Yes, hedgehogs (of course we had to share that one).
Not only are the videos adorable, they help spread an important message about prediabetes. Did you know that you can do a quick one-minute prediabetes risk test while enjoying French bulldog puppies at play, baby goats in pajamas at a barn disco party, and hedgehogs at a pool party? Knowing your risks could help you avoid getting diabetes later, so be sure to take the quiz (that is, if you can concentrate on it with all the cuteness happening). You can also take the one-minute risk test at DoIHavePrediabetes.org, where you can also find practical tools and guides.
I mean, how cute are those hedgehogs at the pool party? I think we need a hedgie hammock now. Don’t forget to take the quiz and learn your risk. Thanks to the Ad Council for sharing these adorable animal videos with us to share with you!
We all know that our pets love to have all of our attention. This video proves it, while the people are trying to get a yoga workout, the pets are trying to get the attention! They sure are some funny pets. Does your dog or cat get in on the action while you are trying to workout?
Don’t you just love the adorable quokka? Sadly these little guys are decreasing in the wild. They aren’t fearful of humans, and often can be seen posing for cute photos online. Luckily their cuteness might just be the thing that saves them, since people usually save what they love.
Learn more here, and if you are on Instagram, follow the above account for more adorable pics.
SoulPancake has teamed with Puppy Chow to release their new #PowerofPuppies video and help raise pet food donations for shelter dogs in need. For each video view, Purina will donate one pound of Puppy Chow Natural to Rescue Bank (up to 500,000 pounds). Please watch and share the adorable video, you will be glad you did. Seriously, it’s so cute!
Are you ready for some cuteness?! KITTEN BOWL III is on Su-purr bowl Sunday, Feb 7th at 12 PM ET/PT, 11C only on the Hallmark Channel.
The highly anticipated four-legged game is hosted by Beth Stern with play-by-play announcers John Sterling (iconic radio voice of the New York Yankees) and Mary Carillo (award-winning reporter, sports analyst and commentator) and special guest appearances by Commissioner Boomer Esiason, Kevin Nealon and many more. This year, the half-time show is cuter than ever when the feline players will be introduced to a team of puppies for the first time.
Additionally, Hallmark partnered with Snaps to launch Kitten Bowl III emojis, available on the Apple Store and Google Play store. The keyboard includes emojis of the cat-letes including Rob Gron-Cat-Ski, Howie Longhair and Coach John Hairball.
Angela Megrey, Vice President, Social Media, Crown Media Family Networks said “the shareable and adorable keyboard emojis not only connects our fans to the Kitten Bowl franchise, but also helps spread increased awareness for ‘Pet Project,’ Hallmark Channel’s advocacy in pet adoption”. We love that it helps spread the word for pet rescue, and the emojis are really fun too!
You can also see cute Cat Center updates by visiting Cat Center! Hallmark Channel’s CAT CENTER shares weekly FFL highlights and updates hosted by John Sterling and Mary Carillo. You can get to know some of the players before the big event on Sunday!
Beyond being super cute, Kitten Bowl also helps spread the word about animal rescue! All adoptable kittens were provided by North Shore Animal League America and Last Hope Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation and have since found forever homes.
Best Friends was curious about people dressing up their pets for Halloween, so they did a survey. More than 6,000 people responded, and the results are now in a fun video:
We love a cute costumed pet, especially if your pet enjoys it too! Not all pets do though, but if you happen to fall into the “yes, I dress up my pet category,” you may enjoy the online photo gallery, which you can check out here. Anyone can submit photos of their own pups by uploading them directly to the gallery or by using #BFHowloween on Twitter or Instagram.