Animals can be desultory. We’ve all seen a cat or a dog get distracted by the things around them, be they a shadow or a leaf floating across the breeze, or a squirrel out the window.
Although penguins are certainly suited for cold climates, smaller and younger penguins may be more nesh than others.
In the video the famous fainting goats are walty as they tip over in their fields.
Some of the cats in the following compilation video are nebbish when it comes to certain vegetables.
Ladronism describes the behavior of these sneaky raccoons who have found a snack in the neighborhood cat’s food bowl.
A ‘barton’ is an archaic word meaning a farmyard.
These little dogs in the video can’t be thought of as particularly chthonic themselves (they are just too cute!), but they do seem to be quite concerned with what is happening beneath their paws.
The panther’s herpetic or creeping motion was caught on tape, giving audiences and the trainer a good laugh when the panther was caught in the act.
The birds in this video have orthian calls, high pitched caws and squawks that allow them to communicate with one another and attract a mate.
The dogs in this video have had their kelter disrupted. They have gotten stuck in doggy doors, been tripped up by chasing their toys, and have fallen for a variety of reasons.