Boy and dog wake up together every morning, have an adorable routine that will melt your heart

The bond that we share with our pets is indescribable. For many of us, they become part of the family and we start to treat them as one of our very own. When it comes to children, the bond becomes even more special as they move through life alongside one another – developing, growing, and learning together.

This adorable video of a little boy and the family dog has been doing the rounds on social media recently and we can certainly see why.

The video shows the boy and his dog going about their morning routine together.

Sleeping side-by-side in their super chic onesies, they wake up and roll out of bed together.

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Before heading downstairs to make their morning coffees and enjoying them together.

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Throughout the video, it is noticeable that this little boy adores his dog. He’s constantly glancing across at him and clearly enjoying the theatrics of the video making. The dog shows an incredible amount of restraint and natural talent as he conquers feats like sitting at a table and standing on his hind legs at the counter for extended periods of time.

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Together, we think they make the perfect best friends.

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I Photographed The Most Adorable Color-Changing Kittens!

These kittens were born with ‘Fever Coat’. Their mama, during pregnancy, likely had a fever or may have been stressed which effects the pigmentation of their fur. This condition is entirely temporary but INCREDIBLY ADORABLE! As they grow older, their kitten fur will fall out and their true color will start to show.

To add to the complete adorbs package, they are named after super villains! They may be the cutest little villains ever!

They will be up for adoption in about 2 months through Friends for Life Rescue Network located in Los Angeles, CA. Email [email protected] for more information!

Bane

Joker

Lex Luthor

Magneto

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Meet The Cutest Animal You’ve Never Heard Of

Ever heard of an aardwolf? If the answer is no then prepare yourself for the cutest animal you never even knew existed.

It comes from the same family as the hyena, which explains why they look so similar, but unlike their bone-chomping cousins, aardwolves prefer to munch on termites, much like an aardvark (the word “aard” actually comes from the Dutch word “aarde” by the way, which means earth).

They’re native to East and Southern Africa, where they live in underground burrows. They often don’t dig the holes themselves however, preferring to inhabit abandoned burrows of other animals. They’re shy and nocturnal creatures, although during the winter they’ll conserve energy by sleeping at night and feeding during the day. They have long sticky tongues which they use to lap up thousands of termites. A single aardwolf can eat up to 300,000 termites per night! An adult aardwolf grows to roughly the same size as a fox, and being monogamous creatures, they stay with the same mate for their entire lifetime. Did we also mention they were super cute? Well, they are. Scroll down to see for yourself.

This little critter is a baby aardwolf

Image credits: arkive

The adults are just as cute as the babies

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Aardwolves come from the same family as the hyena, but these guys have mohawks!

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Unlike their bone-chomping cousins, aardwolves prefer to munch on termites

Image credits: Hennie van Heerden

They’re nocturnal creatures and they live in underground burrows  in East and Southern Africa

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Scientists once thought they were solitary creatures, but actually they’re very family oriented

Image credits: Ohange Namibia Lodge

They often don’t dig the holes themselves however, preferring to inhabit abandoned burrows of other animals

Image credits: Daryl Balfour

They have long sticky tongues which they use to lap up thousands of termites

Image credits: Nigel J Dennis

A single aardwolf can eat up to 300,000 termites per night!

Image credits: Cincinnati zoo

An adult grows to roughly the same size as a fox

Image credits: Animals-Safaris

Being monogamous creatures, they stay with the same mate for their entire lifetime

Image credits: Gerard Lacz

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