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Too Cute: Lil BUB's New Magical Yule LOG Video

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BUB loves being warm, especially his time of the year. In this amazing hour-long episode, BUB settles into a comfortable bout of fireside napping and purring. It's the perfect way to have BUB join your own holiday celebration!

What could be better than an hour of a magical squonking, snorting and purring BUB at a cozy fire? Loop it on your screen, and let BUB warm your home with SCIENCE and MAGIC this holiday season.

In the hour-long clip, Bub emits her signature squeaks and purrs while lounging before a roaring fire. The cat has over 500,000 Facebook likes. The hanging tounge? Bub was born with a short lower jaw among other health issues.

But, this cute cat is getting all the proper care she needs and even has her own documentary, Lil Bub & Friends!.  The film won the Tribeca Online Festival Best Feature Film this year.  She is has her own Website too.

No doubt this may be the cutest yule log video in history.

Enjoy!

 

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