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After we watched the Seattle Seahawks knock the Denver Broncos off their high horse tonight, there's one thing we can all agree on: The animal ads stole the show! Check out the roundup below for our favorite animal-starring commercials of Super Bowl XLVIII.
Budweiser's Super Bowl spots never cease to impress us — and, of course, draw a few tears of joy from our eyes. This year's ad was no exception, with the sweet story of an adorable Labrador puppy and a loving Clydesdale who always manage to find their way back to each other. Grab some tissues, y'all.
Who can appreciate Chobani yogurt made with real honey more than a real bear? We don't think this grizzly meant to make such a mess... but we're not volunteering to help clean up.
We won't lie: The Doberman-Chihuahua monster featured in Audi's Super Bowl ad was almost as frightening as tonight's Denver offense. But we do love the end of this commercial, when the couple finds the perfect shelter dog for them. So heartwarming.
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An adorable black and white cat parked
himself right in the way of one of the
holes on a mini-golf course.
Vets performed a two-hour surgery to try to
save the leg of a Maltese struck
by a stolen van during a police chase.
You may be more familiar with the black-and-white variety of panda, but the red panda
had the name first.
Nocturne: Creatures of the Night, by Traer
Scott, showcases night-loving animals like
owls, moths and raccoons.
At this point in your dog's life, he's likely
beginning to show the signs of his age
and is not as active or…
With 40,000 animals poached each year
for the ivory trade, it might not be long
before elephants disappear…
When she's not curled in your lap, the affectionate and elegant Birman will gladly play fetch or chase a ball.
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