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Your Week in Viral Videos: It'll bring out the animal in you

(RNN) – Animals like Rev have to make you wonder what things would look like if dogs could rule the world for a day.

In one of the cutest videos posted online this week, Rev immediately recognizes Adele singing Make You Feel My Love. He has been listening to since he was a puppy, and right on cue he belts out a tune in (relatively) perfect key.

His performance definitely won't win a Grammy, but it is nonetheless timeless.

Hitching a ride

In a not-so-cute moment, the common occurrence of automobiles colliding with deer had a wacky ending.

Don't worry – there's nothing gruesome, and the deer survived. But it's hard to tell if he was more shaken up than the driver.

This is funny in an "I hope this never happens again" sort of way.

Dog conquers…

It was a coin toss between two videos of dogs battling inanimate objects, but ultimately, "Dog vs. Sausage" was deemed the winner.

That's not to say "Dog vs. Spoon" isn't an awesome video, but the cuteness factor wasn't quite as high.

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