Groom Surprises Bride With A Puppy On Their Wedding Day & Her Reaction Is Priceless

This bride, like most brides, was probably certain her wedding day would be one of the best days of her life. Still, she likely wasn’t expecting the surprise her groom had planned for her.

Jeff Althoff surprised his wife, Jenna, with a puppy on their wedding day, making the event even more special for their brand-new family of three.

The moment was caught on video (thank goodness!), and by the look on the bride’s face, she had no idea it was coming. Because there’s no faking a reaction like this.

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The couple barely had time to celebrate becoming a family of two before Althoff announced to her, “We have now became [sic] a family of three!”

Jenna looked very confused. How had they managed to become a family of three? And then, she turned around and saw it: a puppy!

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According to the caption on YouTube, the dog is a British Labrador that was bred from World Field Trial Champions.

Althoff mentions in the video that Jenna has wanted a puppy her entire life. So, imagine her overwhelming joy when she sees one marching towards her, and on her wedding day, no less!

Of course, this isn’t the first time adorable puppies have made an appearance at a wedding. For example, an Atlanta radio show host surprised his wife with puppies while she was busy getting wedding photographs taken.

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“Callie and I are huge dog lovers and have rescued three between us,” the host, Jeff Dauler, told Fox 5 News. “I wanted a way to make some of the wedding stress go away for Callie for at least a few minutes. What better way than to snuggle with a puppy!”

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As far as I’m concerned, weddings and doggies are the perfect mash-up, so just a note to anyone getting married: keep the cute combos coming!

This Farmer Dancing In His Goat Barn Is Just What You Need To Watch Today

Well. I never thought I would be utterly charmed by a man dancing alone in a barn full of goats, but here we are. If this video is any indication, 2017 is off to a great—if not odd—start.

Jay Lavery, a 50-year-old farmer from upstate New York, has just made millions of people smile… and hopefully, dance! In this now-viral video, Lavery films himself dancing to Sia’s “Cheap Thrills” alongside his goats.

Lavery owns and operates The Permaculture Inn, a cooperative learning facility for organic and sustainable farming, hospitality and living. But Lavery doesn’t just tend goats, lambs and chickens all day. He also likes to make his friends laugh, so he often films himself doing funny little stunts.

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However, his latest stunt (an impromptu dance performance in the middle of his goat barn) went viral, with millions of people cracking up at this farmer’s awesome dance moves.

It’s not surprising that Lavery has such great comedic timing. Before becoming a farmer, Lavery worked as a stand-up comedian, as well as a flight attendant.

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YouTube, The Permaculture Inn

There is more to this video than just laughs, though. Lavery’s dance is also meant to be inspirational, as he says:

“Dancing is how I stay warm in the barn and I never know when I’m going to break out into a dance. But what most people don’t know is that 15 years ago I had a traumatic back injury that caused me to have several back surgeries including a discectomy and a spinal fusion and never ending back pain. Dancing along with yoga and meditation are my only alternatives to pain medication. So I hope this can inspire anyone to move in spite of pain and I hope this puts a smile on your face for the New Year.”

It certainly put on a smile on my face! I love wondering what was going through his goats’ minds. Here’s hoping barn dancing becomes the new fitness trend of 2017.

This Guy Rapping About Giving His Cat A Bath Is A Viral Internet Sensation [Video]

The West Coast’s top cat rapper has taken the internet’s obsession with cats to a whole new level.

This live Facebook video of self-proclaimed “cat rapper” Moshow, who hails from Portland, Oregon, went viral after it hit social media last week.

The video features Moshow (whose real name is Dwayne Molock) washing his cat, Ravioli, in the tub. Moshow cheerfully serenades the furious-looking feline with some soothing verses: “Rub a dub dub, gotta give, gotta give my cat a scrub / Ravioli, acting like they know me…”

Since Moshow posted it on Facebook, the video has been viewed more than 1.7 million times.

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Before any animal rights activists get up in arms about the ethics of using a grumpy, damp cat as a music video prop, Moshow wants us to know: Ravioli really did need a bath.

When someone ask you “Do you really LOVE your cats?” hehe ?❤?? HAPPY THURSDAY EVERYONE!!!!!!! #TheCatGod #TheCatRapper #MoGang

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In an interview with Oregon Live, the rapper said all of his cats were due for a bath that day. According to Moshow, his four hairless Sphynx cats need regular baths to stay clean and healthy.

Moshow said he hadn’t written anything before getting into the tub with Ravioli. He was just inspired and came up with the rhymes on the spot.

“I’ve been rapping since I was 16. I rap all day everyday; I just can’t turn it off,” he told Animal Planet last year. “I LOVE CATS and I’m extremely close with mine.”

In an interview with Willamette Week, Moshow explained more about his creative process.

“I grew up in the projects, so I was rapping gangster stuff and pretending a life that I didn’t really live,” he said. He soon stopped rapping about those subjects, though, because he “just didn’t feel comfortable rapping about things I didn’t do.”

Prepare for trouble! Make it DOUBLE! Lol SISTA SISTA! ??????? #SushiHana #TheMightyMegaMam #TheCatGod #TheCatRapper #MoGang

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In college, he clicked with a friend’s sphynx cat. That friend later became his girlfriend, and Moshow the cat rapper found his creative inspiration.

This isn’t Moshow’s first brush with online fame. In early December, he partnered with the Oregon Humane Society on a video that features him rapping about the joys of cat parenthood.

The video, “Adopt a Cat,” encourages Oregon residents to adopt a feline friend.

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Is this furr-tastic or what?