April 30, 2010 | 12:02
We recently marveled at YouTube user flybybutterflies' smart and well-trained hamster, who can run a tiny agility course (yup, like the ones for dogs, only smaller) without breaking a sweat.
This fine Friday, we're marveling anew at the success of flybybutterflies' positive-reinforcement training methods on typically untrained animals such as guinea pigs, hamsters and even a goldfish.
Jing Jing and Wilbur, flybybutterflies' talented guinea pigs, aren't just musically inclined, they also play basketball and dabble in agility.
Your morning adorable: Guinea pigs eat watermelon
Your morning adorable: Talented rabbit plays the piano
-- Lindsay Barnett
Video: flybybutterflies via YouTube