Check out some of the cutest animal pictures that went viral last year. What is it about these adorable cute creatures that makes us feel so good inside?
Anyone who is passionate about pets will enjoy seeing these cutest animal pictures. They will warm up even the coldest hearts!
Nature is truly enchanting and fascinates us with its surprises and beauty. From incredible birds to cute cats and adorable puppies to fluffy tailed squirrels these amazing exist and are found in every corner of the world. We have put together a collection of enchanting images we hope you will like.
So lets kick off our collection of the 10 cutest animal pictures from last year.
Top 10 Cutest Animal Pictures From Last Year
1. These Jeans Are Now Mine
2. Give Us A Hug
3. Now It’s Time For A Group Hug
4. Please Make It Rain
5. Calm Down Everyone, Calm Down
6. Even Cats Like To Spoon
7. Just an Owl Doing Yoga
8. Meet The Happiest Seal In The World
9. Waiting Patiently To Capture The Perfect Photo Of A Squirrel
10. Ever Seen A Baby Hedgehog?
Bonus Cuteness Picture
We hope this collection of beautiful pictures will brighten up your day and possibly put a smile on your face. If you liked these cutest animal pictures then share them with a friend so it may put a smile one their face too.
Why Do We Find Some Animals So Cute
Baby lambs, fluffy ducklings, cute kittens, why do we find these animals so adorable?
According to scientists it is because we are biologically programmed to like cute little human babies and also have the urge to want to take care of them. Many animals, especially baby animals, triggers this response in us humans making us go all gooey inside and want to take care of the animal.
It even works on inanimate objects too such as cars, people find them cute and immediately want to purchase it and take it home.
What does seeing something cute do to the brain
When you see something cute and adorable your brain is flooded with feel-good chemicals called dopamine which makes you feel all warm and fuzzy inside and puts a smile on your face. It also compels you to want to touch it, cuddle it and take care of it.
Your brain records that good feeling to memory, letting us know to do it again. The emotional response triggered by the cuteness also stimulates the motivation to care for the animal, hence the urge to pick it up and give it a big old cuddle.