Apr 302015
Puppy Is Adorably Confused By Hiccups

Getting stuck with the hiccups is the worst. But there’s something just so darn cute about babies with the hiccups. They seem so concerned about the sudden involuntary contractions. Matthew Kennelly‘s eight week old puppy got the hiccups and didn’t know how to react. So Buck decided to try and scare the hiccups away with an adorable growl and bark. This super cute video has gone viral with over one million hits!


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Oct 172014
How Can I Get Rid of the Hiccups

Is there anything more annoying than being stuck with the hiccups? It doesn’t matter who you are or where you are from, everyone hates the hiccups. How to get rid of the hiccups is actually one of the most commonly searched questions online. Thankfully, Hank Green of Sci Show finally has an answer for the masses. 


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Jun 172014
Adorable Wolf Pup Has A Bad Case Of The Hiccups

People aren’t the only ones who can get the hiccups. Wolf conservation group NY Wolf is taking care of a cute eight week old wolf pup named Nikai, but one thing can’t do to help the little guy is to take away his awful case of the hiccups. Awww! This adorable video has managed to amass over 125,000 hits!


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Jun 202012

This 2009 video published by  just started to trend again now, and is featured in DailyPicks, BlameIt, and TastefullyO.

Jim found a precious baby bat alone, and rescued the little guy. Trying to bring the bugger up back to health, he placed the bat on a high shelf so the mommy bat could hopefully find it, and offered it a tablespoon of water to drink.

In the cutest turn of event ever, the baby bat drank a little too fast, and got the hiccups. 


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May 062012

Baby kitten Moses was orphaned almost immediately after birth, but thankfully  adopted him. 

In this adorable video that is quickly gaining traction, Moses is fed kitty formula from a bottle after recently opening his eyes. He chugs a little too quickly and gets the cutest case of the hiccups. 


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