In celebration of October 4th being World Animal Day, it seems only appropriate to share with you the videos the writers at NMR actually spend most of their time watching. A little background: World Animal Day was created back in 1931 by a group of ecologists to celebrate all the animals around the world. For us in the 21st century, we celebrate this day by no longer being embarrassed of all the panda-sneezing-dog-with-baby videos we have saved under our YouTube favorites. So put the sound on loud, pop open a beer and ring in 2012’s World Animal Day with as many fainting goat and squirrel videos as you can take.
Cheers, ya filthy animals, and enjoy!
This video, capturing a leopard kill, has become viral on YouTube with 300,000 views in just two days.
Long Johnson Cat