Sunday, April 26, 2015

Boy Shows Middle Finger To Monkey. What Happened Next Will Put You In Stitches!

In this video, a young man walked by a wild monkey and provoked the animal by giving it the middle finger. The man seems to have forgotten that Karma is a big component throughout India.

Being polite is the best policy even if you deal with animals!


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Source: viralvideosgallery.com

Saturday, April 25, 2015

He Put His Sick, Old Dog In The Pool—But When This Happens Next, I’m In Tears

You’re about to meet an incredible husky named Kane, and his very devoted pet parent.

One day, Kane’s back legs stopped working. He’s very old, too old for surgery and he hurts. Unfortunately, pain medication only helped so much. Instead of giving up on his beloved best friend, Kane’s dad decided to try something new.

He found that taking Kane for a swim was the only thing that really helped. Many owners find water therapy a highly effective treatment for their pets recovering from surgery, older pets with arthritis or mobility issues, or those with paralysis. In the pool, Kane became weightless and felt no pressure causing pain in his back legs. It’s was such a relief for Kane’s family to know that while he was swimming, he wasn't hurting.

All too often, owners give up their dogs because they aren’t puppies anymore. Senior dogs require more patience than the average pup, so when I see families like Kane’s giving them the love and respect they deserve, my heart melts.

Watch how kind and caring Dad is with Kane. And the best part? Only a couple days after this poolside therapy session, Kane was up and on his feet again. Sometimes, he stood up and walked by himself.

“We’re not sure how long Kane will be here, but as long as he is I’m going to make sure he’s as comfortable as possible,” says Dad. “Every day he tells me how much he appreciates it!”


What an amazing video. If only all dogs — especially senior dogs — were treated with so much care and compassion. Please SHARE this video with your friends on Facebook!

Source: pool-dog.littlethings.com

Friday, April 24, 2015

They Feed Their Dogs In Separate Corners, But Watch What The Adopted One Does

Bonnie, a stray dog that this family adopted, refuses to eat alone anymore. I did not see this coming!


Source: www.sunnyskyz.com

Thursday, April 23, 2015

A Ballerina Starts To Dance, But When The Horse Does THIS, My Jaw Dropped

Are you a fan of music? Dance? Horses? Then you’re about to fall in love.

In the fall of 2012, a short film entitled Instinct of Color showcased four colors by nail polish brand OPI. The result is one of the most stunning commercials I’ve ever seen.

OPI enlisted ad agency DAN Paris. Together, they created something so brilliant, you have to see it with your own eyes. Suzi Weiss-Fischmann, OPI Executive VP and Artistic Director, said, “Today, nail color can convey feelings and emotions, expressing on the outside what the wearer is feeling on the inside. In this short film, four women communicate through dance and color. With a trained Thoroughbred who could replicate the dancers’ moves with very little digital enhancement, we were able to capture the unique, energetic and creative culture that epitomizes the OPI brand.”

The star of the ad is, of course, the beautiful horse named Lady in Black. Described as a thoroughbred, the horse was trained by French equestrian stunt trainer Mario Luraschi. While some of the dressage movements are indeed authentic, Lady in Black’s incredible movements are also thanks to some very skilled Photoshoppers, along with 3-D animation.

According to the website: “We animated, rendered and tracked 3-D legs into many of the shots showing the horse making a series of complicated dance moves. The goal was to have a seamless photorealistic look to both animation and render. The 3-D model was painstakingly matched to that of the real horse, which was then followed by our talented team of animators that worked to replicate realistic movements based on the footage of the original horse.”

Animation or not, this commercial goes way beyond a beauty ad. Check out Instinct of Color below... This is a straight-up masterpiece!!


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Source: ballerina.littlethings.com

 

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