If He Gets Just A Few People To Watch Some Impossibly Cute Pets, Something Great's Gonna Happen

Finally, a way to give to charity AND waste time on YouTube all day!

For every one of these videos that you watch, you're effectively donating half a penny to whichever charity the video supports. Yes, my friend, that means that all you have to do to "donate money" is watch some of these funny animal videos.

Are you ready to see how much money you can donate by watching cute animal videos? Let's begin!

Look at these ADORABLE assistance dogs cooling off in a fountain:

100% of the revenue on this video will go to Paws With Purpose.

Have you seen these 5 Cute Animals Acting Like People?

100% of the revenue generated by this video will be donated to the International Primate Protection League.

What about the 25 most startled animals of ALL TIME?

100% of the revenue generated by this video will be donated to the Snow Leopard Trust.

If you watched all 3 of these videos all the way through, you helped raise 1.5 cents for these animal charities. If you want to make an even bigger impact, you can subscribe to the Charity Animal Television YouTube channel OR share this post with your friends. You know they'll appreciate a ~good~ reason to watch some funny animal videos.

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