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Your Week in Viral Videos: Kids and pets ... What's not to love?

(RNN) – Anyone who thinks animals do not have relatable thoughts and emotions have two things in common.

They have likely never been pet owners, and they have never seen this week's YouTube submission by user OurDoggies.

Dogs dressed as pandas? This lady should be really happy canines don't have opposable thumbs.

NOTHING STANDS IN MY WAY

This video has been around for a while, but the sheer amount of inspiration in only 46 seconds makes it a must-see.

We cheer when people overcome adversities, and we cheer when children do noteworthy things. So what happens when a child overcomes a huge obstacle?

Watch, and if you are leery of crying around other people, make sure you watch alone.

UMMMM …

Yeah, that's about all we can say about this.

Seriously, to attempt an explanation would be a horrible, horrible mistake, so just scroll your mouse over the video and click.

And if you like that, our young performer does a mean version of the wobble.

IF DOGS COULD TALK

Since we're in the "kids and pets" mood, let's wind things down with Clyde, the dog who can't wait to get his feline friend home from the pet store.

We're going to give him the benefit of the doubt and say that he wants a tabby cat in the house to balance some of the testosterone. But either way, it's a video that's too cute to watch only once.

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