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The Great Dane in the following video is named Rooster.

But he might as well be called Charles... because it's very clear who's in charge among the pets in this household!

Watch now as Rooster teaches a valuable lesson to an 8-week old puppy (some might refer to the little guy as Rooster's paw-tégé) about how to treat a bird. Namely:

Look, but never bark at or touch.

Pretty cute stuff, right?

Nearly as cute as this Great Dane who refuses to wake up and this Great Dane who wants to play with a baby.

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Cats are very popular with other animals these days.

This Saint Bernard really wants to be pals with this kitten... this feline is happy to be licked to adorable death by a deer... and the following cat is in heaven because he's hanging out with his best friend.

Who just happens to be a horse.

Posted by Alexandra Meulemans, the footage features some serious nuzzling from two seriously unexpected pals. But who are we to judge?!? They sure do look happy, don't they?

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Future monarch Prince George, who celebrates his first birthday Tuesday, is seen looking at butterflies with fascination in two newly-released photos.

The youngest royal family member has his eyes set on the beautiful insect during an outing with his doting parents, Prince William and Kate Middleton.

Prince George, Butterfly

The images were shot at the Sensational Butterflies exhibit at London's Natural History Museum by John Stillwell of the UK's Press Association wire service.

He also took the photo released Saturday of Prince George walking (running, some might say, as much as a toddler can do so) in his Petit Bateau overalls.

"He was fascinated to see the them fly but a little scared when they got a bit close to him," Stillwell says of the prince's encounter with the Blue Morpho butterfly.

Stillwell says he kept his distance and used a long lens so William and Kate, both 32, could relax and enjoy the peace at the exhibit with their son."

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Sorry, Saint Bernard who tried to befriend this cat. You may not wanna watch the following video.

Don't take it personally, but the kitten featured in the footage below is quite receptive to the gentle kisses being licked upon him by a most unexpected source: a deer.

No, really!

It's as adorable as it is surprising, as one of nature's cuter animals take very kindly to one of man's cutest pets. See them bond peacefully her:

Is this the cutest cat video we've ever seen?

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It remains one of the most endearing videos in the history of the Internet:

Kristen Bell on Ellen, revealing to the world how she reacted when her husband surprised her with a sloth on her birthday.

Bell totally, completely and utterly lost it - and we now understand why: these little animals are adorable!!!

The following photos were snapped at a sloth sanctuary in Costa Rica and they totally make us wanna live forever at a sloth sanctuary in Costa Rica. Or at least marry Dax Shephard so he can gift us with one of these little guys.

Prepare to be AWWW-inspired and click through the pictures now:

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Good news, idiotic men who fail miserably at trying to seduce women online:

You're not alone!

Many dogs around the world have also been known to attempt various things - jumping, catching treats, looking through windows - only to tragically fail at these everyday life tasks.

And the saddest most hilarious part? They're often caught on camera!

Don't worry: the only thing that will hurt upon clicking through these photos and GIFs is your funny bone. No canines were seriously harmed while falling flat on their adorable faces. Enjoy!

Here I come, couch!
Did someone move these pieces of furniture farther apart when I was asleep?!?

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As has been previously documented, dogs often make unexpected friends.

Take this horse and this canine, for example.

But these surprising relationships can go both ways, as evidenced by Pigalina, a baby animal who was sadly rejected by her original owner.

Fortunately, Melissa Suko of PIGS Animal Sanctuary in West Virginia took in the inquisitive teacup pig, giving Pigalina a happy home and new best friend: a Pit Bull named Levi!

As you can see in the following GIF, these two are totally close pals now. According to Pigalina, at least.

Levi seems content to just lie around and nap, but at least he doesn't mind when his little playmate tries to nuzzle up to him:

Piglet Loves Pit Bull

Totally adorable, right?

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Sometimes, a lemur hops into a baby carriage at the zoo. It just happens.

But most the time, animals need not go to such lengths in order to find comfort: they can just turn to their mothers or their fathers.

In the following photo gallery, we highlight 21 creatures that have one very important thing in common with human parents around the world: they love their kids very, very, very much.

Whether this means giving them a tongue bath or carrying them across the water on their backs, the affection is real and it's adorable.

See for yourself:

Otter-ly Adorable
Shhh... be very quiet. This otter is fast asleep in his mother's arms.

Of course, animals can also express a different kind of affection.

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Over the past couple weeks, the Internet has shared a good laugh over Purrmanently Sad Cat, a seemingly depressed feline who always looked unhappy.

But Web users know there's no joking around when it comes to what truly must be the world's most miserable polar bear.

His name is Arturo and he resides at the Mendoza Zoo in Argentina, which is the first problem. Why would a polar bear ever be housed in South America?

Sad Polar Bear

For two decades, the poor animal has suffered from temperatures in the mid-to-high 60s, with very little access to pools of water. Moreover, his recently lost his only polar near companion… in all of Argentina.

"[Arturo] is basically going insane," Bill McDonald, CEO of the Winnipeg Humane Society, tells CBC News.

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The official website for the Tanganyika Wildlife Park in Goddard, Kansas, does not advertise that visitors can expect a ring-tailed lemur in your baby carrier.

But it might as well!

In mom Angie Widener's case, that scenario actually occurred, as she was astonished to discover the creature on her 9-week-old sleeping child's head:

Lemur, Baby

Strollers are not allowed in the facility's lemur exhibit, so mom brought baby Finley in in her car seat, which she proceeded to set on the ground.

She was watching her two older children feed the animals when a stranger pointed out casually, "Um, ma'am ... there is a lemur on your baby."

That there was.

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