cute: December 2010 Archives

275x250.jpgAn abandoned baby orang-utan has made his way to new home -- by travelling as a first class passenger on cruise ferry.

11-month-old Silvestre was rejected by his mother at Santillana Zoo in Spain and as a result was being taken to Monkey World sanctuary in Dorset.

But because he had to be kept close to his keeper, special permission was given from the British authorities for him to travel on board a ferry.

As a result, Silvestre had his own four-bed cabin for the journeyand spent most of the time swinging from the ladders and bunks.

With that sort of behaviour he should fit in perfectly on a EasyCruise holiday.

A video of a salsa-dancing dog has become an online hit -- and how could it not, it's a salsa-dancing dog!

Since going online earlier this week the 34 second video has been viewed more than 300,000 times.

Wriggling against a glass door, the dog appears to be dancing the Mambo as salsa music by La Excelencia is played in the background.

The uploader of the video says the dancing dog "gets every door opened for him" by showing off his moves. And fans online have certainly been impressed.

However, some doubters claim he's not dancing… but more likely trying to get at some sausages he's being taunted with behind the glass door.

275x250.jpg A photographer who scored a surprise hit with a quirky calendar featuring dogs in yoga poses is at it again, this time with puppies and kittens.

Dan Borris creates the wacky images with the help of his yoga instructor wife Alejandra, who coaxes the animals into certain positions.

He then takes photos of each animal and uses Photoshop to combine them and make it appear as though the cats and dogs are in actual yoga poses.

The calendars have become a hit around the world with orders flooding in from Russia, Japan and Europe… and people in each country think they're being original with jokes about Downward facing dog.

A video showing a family of ducks being being blown around by a powerful gust of wind has become an online hit.

The clip, which has been viewed more than 2 million times on YouTube, shows a mother and nine ducklings waddling along at a racecourse in Toronto

But then, as they cross an open paved area, a gust of wind catches the ducklings and knocks the little ones off their feet.

As the wind hits again it sends them flyin all over the place and the mother begins to panic and runs around trying to make sure they are all okay.

At this point, if you listen carefully enough, you can probably hear the 'Awwws' of another YouTube user nearby watching the same clip.

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