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Oh George.

Three siblings have become viral stars after recording a video to their mother last week, in which one of them gets a little offended.

Ava and Logan are on camera, and their brother George is off to the side.

“George is meaning to say hello, but… here he is,” says Ava, panning over to him.

“I’m not mean!” he replies before running away.

Their father provided some background on George in the video’s caption, explaining why he tends to misunderstand things:

George was born with a cleft lip and palate and also totally deaf in his left ear. He’s had glue ear in his right and only been able to hear well in it for about a year and a half. He also wears a hearing aid in this ear to help. This means he has delayed speech and language as he finds it hard to hear parts of some words, hence the misunderstanding. He’s a good kid, a total trooper and amazingly funny.

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The only thing cuter than a bat wrapped up in a blanket is a bat eating a banana while wrapped in a blanket.

Watch as this little guy tries to enjoy his breakfast while the camera gets all up in his face.

He’s like “nothing to see here, just getting some potassium in me before my big nap.”

He could at least be polite and close his mouth while he eats.

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Meet Sophie Wong, the most badass 3-year-old karate kid ever.

Watch as she recites the student creed in the cutest possible way during the Tiny Champions class atPremier Martial Arts Leeds in the U.K.

She may not know all the words, but she’s determined to do what it takes to one day become a black belt.

Her mom told the Yorkshire Evening Post that she was inspired by her older brother who practices a lot at home.

As soon as she could start speaking, she says, she started asking her mom if she could take classes.


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You can stop what you are doing right now and spend the rest of your day watching this infant orphan bear cub named Mike roll around in a pile of sheets.

The four-week-old bear cub and his brother Ike were brought into the Woodlands Wildlife Refuge three weeks ago after their mother was shot by a hunter in self-defense.

Unfortunately, Ike also died last week after being rescued, but Mike is doing well, according to the Woodlands, and he will be with them until March before he is hopefully placed into foster care of another mother bear.

Until then you can watch Mike's progress here 24/7.

"If he is not in view, he will re-appear shortly," the Woodlands says. "We are not responsible for bodily functions that may happen between feedings. Please 'bear' with us."

They are also accepting donations to the center on their site.

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This little rat will not eat his vegetables.

Dexter's owner is just trying to feed him a piece of broccoli, but he is all like… "NOPE. NOPE. NOPE."

Watch him reject the treat over and over again in the cutest way possible.

Maybe they should change his name to "Newman."

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It really doesn't get any cuter than this.

Brody Brixton is a 12-week-old French Bulldog, and he is pretty much the smartest puppy ever.

Watch him perform lots of tricks – including ringing a little bell for treats – all of which were learned in just 4 days, according to his owner in the video's caption.

They are training Brody to one day become a therapy dog.

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As part of an annual tradition, British photographer Peter Thorpe dresses his dog Raggle up in various costumes for his Christmas cards.

Each photo is created using elaborate props as opposed to Photoshop, and for 2014, they went with a mouse theme.

This year will be her last, however, as she will be retiring from modeling due to her old age, according to his blog.

Here are a few of the photos from previous years, and you can view more on his website.

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