Cute stuff to make you smile when it’s time to give your brain a break … You’re welcome to send your own suggestions for cute links either by twitter or leave them in the comments below. Let’s spread the cuteness!
Some cute twitter feeds:
- Emergency Kittens @EmergencyKittens & its Cute Emergency website
- Author Tom Cox’s humorous cat accounts @MySmugCat and @MySadCat
- @WeKittens on twitter
- Love Meow on twitter and online
- Kittens – Dr Elin Roddy
- Look what happened when I asked twitter if there were any dog lovers in the house – yes there are! A whole heap of adorable pictures of adorable dogs bringing joy to mental health tweeps.
- A cat’s purr is the perfect antidote for the gloomy winter
- On Facebook, there’s a Dog Book!
- Buzzfeed – The 10 Funniest Cat GIFs Of The Week
- Guardian newspaper – The amazing world of animals (video collection)
- Baby lion cubs playing
- Cats playing patty-cake with hilarious voice over
- Cat meets snow – what happens when a cat encounters snow for the first time
- Sounds of nature: an hour’s video of a babbling brook with soothing nature sounds
- A musical episode of vintage children’s series the Clangers
- Baby animals doing cute stuff – including a baby hippo feeding & a kitten doing the washing up!
- Bagpuss Songs: ‘We Will Wash It’
- Otters hold hands when they sleep so they don’t float away from each other (HT @444blackcat) & also on video – super cute!
- Lucky Chihauhau (2012 Top Dog Model runner up) YouTube channel – here’s my favourite doggie yoga
- Baby pandas playing on a slide!
- A whole hour of cats doing cute things
- Kitten Nylah sleeping in all sorts of different places
- First episode of classic children’s series Captain Pugwash
- Baby elephants playing, Kenya
- Study showing the positive impact of viewing cute images (2012) – HT Chris Graham Twitter @ChrisGrahamUK) & Dr JH (Twitter @in_psych)
- “When persons experience stress or anxiety, looking at particular kinds of nature scenes rather quickly produces mood improvement and elicits beneficial physiological changes such as lower blood pressure and reduced heart rate” Report on Effects of Healthcare Environmental Design on Medical Outcomes – HT Sarah MacKian (Twitter @Squeakythoughts)