A touching ode to cloven-hooved desperation as translated by Adrian Mumsey, performing a song called The Lost Sheep.
An excerpt of a wonderfully zany 1930’s film.
This crazy bird thinks a boat is its mate, and the dog on the boat is a romantic rival.
Cats are quantifiable, despite egregious protest.
I’m not very prone to the warm fuzzies, but this is a powerful testament to nurture over nature.
I never thought I’d feel sorry for a shark, but this critter puts up with a lot in the name of cinema.
Apparently the scene is from this movie.
Some animals have it, some don’t.
An eagle eye of the tiger.
An animated tragedy detailing a flightless fowl’s quest for the skies.
The difference between us and animals is that after a bender animals don’t have a self righteous spinster shaking an angry finger in their face.
Clip is from the 1974 documentary, Animals are Beautiful People.