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Man's Best Friend? Try... Little Girl's Best Friend!

In this insanely cute video, a rescue Basset Hound named Zoe plays with her small owner, a girl named Charlotte, and it's impossible who is having more fun:

Charlotte, who is stomping in place and laughing? Or Zoe, who is running and jumping all around at the sight and sound of Charlotte's stomping.

It's like some sort of choreographed dance and it really could not be cuter.

Okay, maybe it could be cuter. Like, if a dog taught a baby how to crawl.

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Draven Rodriguez, a senior at Schenectady High School in upstate New York, doesn't ask for much in life.

But he's had one simple dream since last year: he wants his yearbook photo to be the following professional picture, snapped of him and his cat, Mr. Bigglesworth, along with a handful of lasers. 

"I'm not trying to make any statement," Rodriguez told The Daily Gazette. “Other than my photo is ridiculous and this is how I am."

A Kid and His Cat

Anticipating a negative response from the administration, Rodriguez preemptively started an online petition to allow for the image's inclusion in the upcoming edition of the yearbook.

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You know the saying, right? A tired dog is the best dog.

Well, we've got a new one for you: a stoned dog is the best dog.

The folks at YouTube channel CHSupercuts have compiled a number of clips from various home videos filmed by the owners of canines who just got back from the veterinarian.

These pets just received heavy doses of anesthesia or other sedating medications... and the results are hilarious, as the dogs forget how to fetch or even just how to stand up straight.

IMPORTANT NOTE: No dogs were harmed in the making of this video. They're all totally fine. So feel free to laugh away!

Animals aren't the only ones affected by medication, of course.

Remember this young woman who cried over the death of her molars after getting her wisdom teeth pulled?

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For the first time since September 11, 2001, a national hero returned to the site of our nation's most horrific crime today, 13 years after terrorists took the lives of over 3,000 American citizens.

Say hello to Bretagne.

This 15-year-old golden retriever is the last surviving rescue dog from that awful day, and she walked the memorial site this morning with her handler, Denise Corliss.

Bretagne Photo

"After 9/11, everybody - all of us, felt such sadness," Corliss told NBC's Tom Brokaw. "We all wanted to help. I just felt so honored that we were able to respond. I really believed we could find somebody - anybody, if we could just get to the right void space. But our reality was much different."

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The following video depicts a bunch of puppies learning how to do stuff.

That's really all it is... but what else does on need?!?

There are puppies learning how to eat; puppies learning how to go outside; puppies learning how to swim and just... puppies. So, so, so many adorable puppies.

Good luck not wasting hours of your work day viewing this footage over and over and over and over. It's every bit as adorable as it sounds:

In the mood for other examples of puppies being incredibly cute?

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Ready to be inspired, pet lovers human beings around the world?

In July, we posted photos of a two-legged dog named Turbo who jets around in a homemade wheelchair and is living his life to the fullest.

Now, it’s time to meet a canine who belongs to YouTube user Jason Sanders and who broke both of her front legs jumping off a six-foot deck.

But she did let the casts on those legs stop her from moving around? From living a happy and excited existence? No way!

Watch her hop in and out of a door like a kangaroo in the following video, nary a concern in the world:

Like Anderson Pooper, perhaps this little guy will one day enter himself in a competitive dog race.

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As has already been made clear, cats often take control of dogs

But such furry friends don't simply exert dominance over their four-legged counterparts; they often show their human owners who's boss as well.

Remember that family who called 911 out of fear of their ferocious feline?

It was easy to laugh at the time, but the following video is far less humorous. It gives people plenty of warning about seemingly serene cats and how they can often go on the attack.

Consider this a (hilarious) warning to all: cats can be dangerous!

Of course, they can also be adorable. Especially when they snap selfies.

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Every now and then, a dog will exert his dominance over a cat. 

Case in point: this Great Dane, who frightened the heck out of a feline when it tried to sneak past him in the kitchen.

But, to the possible surprise of many, this is typically an exception. More often than not, cats are the ones bossing around their four-legged counterparts.

Admirable case in point: HERO CAT!

But cats need not save the life of a young boy in order to prove to a dog that he or she is boss. The following gallery depicts these contrasting pets going about their everyday lives, with there being no doubt whatsoever about who's in charge...

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Remember the cheetah and the dog who chased each other around and acted as total best friends late last year?

Or the baby cheetah and baby who formed a tight bond this summer at the San Diego Zoo this summer?

Well, the latter pair is back in the news... for the most adorable of reasons!

Raina, a female Rhodesian ridgeback, recently traveled with her best pal Ruuxa, a male cheetah cub, while the latter had surgery at to fix her bowed legs.

The dog remained by the cheetah’s side throughout the procedure, onlookers confirm, also hanging closely around when the cub awoke from sedation.

San Diego Zoo Safari Park officials say the two have been best friends since they were paired together at four and five weeks old.

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We already know that Great Danes hate to wake up

They also don't like it when cats try to sneak past them in the kitchen.

And now the following video confirms that at least one Great Dane named Dinky doesn't like it when his fellow pet gets love from his owner.

Watch Dinky throw tantrum that rivals any reaction you've ever seen from any toddler:

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