Cute Overload :D
Are we there yet
WELL ARE WE Jerry A.?!
Those expressions and the way the ears hang – looks just like my Trixie who will be 1 year old on Wednesday! Yay!
Please let me ride in the back of the truck with those adorable puppehs! I don’t care where we’re going!
I’m a C/O lurker and I finally took the liberty to comment on this place. ANERABLE widdle puppehs! But they all look so sad :[
Does this remind anybody else of DaVinci’s “The Last Supper”
I’ve heard of a 6 pack , but this is one better
Don’t make me turn this car around!
They’re all waiting to get to my house so we can PLAY! Yes, indeed.
@jabbo: It’s the Last PUPPER Supper!
Oh my goodness! This is almost more cuteness than I can handle!
EAR FLOPPAGE!!! Oh the insanity of it all!! Must stop the ear floppage… I….must…play…with… EARS!!!!!
I knew it had to come -
welcome to Pup Overload!
“Peter will deny me, three times before the cock crows.”
“Not I Lord!”
(Jesus Puppeh goes to lick clean the feet of Judas Puppeh).
so much snorgle puptential!
Splort, I don’t think they look sad. I think they look intrigued. Especially the one on the right, who is very interested in the photogRUFFer.
I find the third pupster from the right extra cute. There’s just something about the angle of those ears that gets me…
It’s cute, but not an overload.
I want to do a run-by and kiss them all and then run away. That’s what I wanna do. Maybe nom a big paw or two on my way past.
@Warrior Rabbit: I think they’re all saying this:
Pup 1: Squirrel?
Pup 2: Squirrel?
Pup 3: Hey is that a Milkbone?
Pup 4: Peter, you will deny me three times…
Pup 5: Squirrel?
Pup 6: Is that a cat hang-gliding on a Japanese sea bird?
Pup 7: Squirrel!
Looks like those puzzles that you have to find the 2 that are identical. Anyone remember those?
Mel LOL – that’s too funny… and Bertha – yours made me LOL too, but I hadn’t gotten down this far yet.
I think the puppies are leaving their mommy and that’s why they’re sad
Carrie, pups don’t miss their mommy. They just want squirrels. They pretend to love us because they want us to take them to squirrels. They think dog food is made of squirrels. I’m telling you, because I know.
Looks just like my kids, the cat and the dog did last weekend while Hurricane Ike was coming into Houston!! Except that was more of “Is it here yet? Is it here yet? Is it here yet?”
The color combos on the ears keels me! Too cute!
the diplomatic way to resolve simultaneous calls of “shotgun.”
OMG, the ears. THE EARS!
Iffen I were riding in the back wif these puppers I’d be “awww man! We’re there already?”
I can smell the puppy bref and feel the tickle kisses from here.
I am a total sucker for lemon beagles. Seven lemon beagle puppehs literally takes my breath away. I am a puddle at the soft, soft feets of all this lemony beagly goodness.
Oh, at ROFL@Mel!!
Oh, also: White faces + black noses = 7(terminal SQUEE)
I say this as a deeply religious person…
But the second pup from the right does have the same expression on his face as the beloved disciple John in the daVinci painting. Hee!
6 girls and 1 boy!! (The boy is the one in the middle) Thanks for the comments… My uncle Jerry submitted the photo… They’re 7/8th English Setter and 1/8 Springer Spaniel… Unfortunately the mom of the pups died last week… but I have one of the pups – third from the left, Layla.
And we’ll travel along, singing our song, siiiide by siiiiiide…
Very cute puppers. So serious. Love original Mel’s assessment! #5 especially! haha
I really want all of them! Puppy pile!
Is there any way that there can be an add to Facebook kind of link for the Cute?
@Jabbo! “Everybody who wants to be in the picture, get on that side of the table!!”
An ancient religious order has preserved this secret through the centuries: Jesus’ dog ran off with the Holy Grail. That’s why nobody can ever find it.
Cesar Milan was just on Bonnie Hunt’s show with a pack of puppies. Bonnie quickly became an eager snorglee smothered in a wriggling puppy pile. She declared it the happiest day of her life.
I already liked Bonnie (she’s so funny!). Now I *really* like Bonnie, and will forgive her those stupid ‘Dozen’ movies with Steve Martin.
I gotta pee!
The air sure smells eatable.
I really gotta pee!
I’ll take the one third from the right with the mismatched earsies. Dee-lish!!
*runs away wildy in a zig-zag pattern*
You can’t catch me!!!
Wildy? What the heck is wildy? I MEANT “wildly”. Duh…
Blech. Do not like dogs. They are okay-cute, but not nearly as cute as CATS!
Dang, I squeeded [or squee'd] out loud again at work! I usually remember to cover my mouth before I open this site! These puppehs are too prosh! Oh would I love to snorgle all of them!
Warrior Rabbit, where do you find Bonnie Hunt’s show? I love her! But since her last sitcom (which was GREAT!) went off the air I haven’t seen her in anything else. Please do tell!
Those pups are adorable! Can’t wait to see your next post!
Hey, chill on the pup-nuffing, Gecko. Cute is an amazingly renewable resource– there’s plenty to go around: doggies AND kitties… and bunnies… and otters… and…
P.S. sunnymum, the clip of Cesar Milan and Bonnie with the puppies is on YouTube:
Layla’s obviously the pick of the litter!
I can’t believe they’re not beagles – they look just like my Dasiy did at that age.
I think you missed the other three “are we there yet”s!
Ok just bury me… in the pile of puppehs, pls!
That was a tiny part of the Cesar Milan appearance, but not all. He was a seated guest first, and then with all the puppies there was a before and after on this (at one point she was on the ground and they were climbing all over her).
Sunnymum, for me it’s on NBC and comes on before Ellen. But markets differ. She just started, too; maybe not everyone’s picked her up.
Bonnie cracks me up. She’s so quick!
Sunnymum, try looking here:
I did not know that puppehs came in refreshing citrus flavors. WANT!
I’ll buy a copy of “The Jabbo Code”…
I love how their skin is showing through their fur! Cute cute.
What can be cuter than puppy freckles? Love them!!!
Awww how cute!
I’ve got a story for you. It just happened 15 minutes ago…
I’m teaching in Korea right now and I was eating lunch with the faculty members. We had this meat dish with potatoes and I said “Oh this is good, what is it called?” And they replied “Dog” and I said “Excuse me?” and they said “It’s dog”. And then I started crying a little and I had to leave the room.
I then bumped into my co-teacher (who can speak better English) and told him “I just ate dog” and at this point I’m getting a little hysterical. And he said “No no, it’s duck. Duck!” And then I stopped saying “Duck? Like quack quack?” Then I went back into the room, and asked them if they meant duck as in the bird and they said yes. And then we had a little pronunciation lesson of the “K” sound.
SO EMBARRASSED. Can I sink into the earth and never emerge? Oh my god.
what breed are these pups?
I don’t think they are beagles like someone earlier said. They are too fluffy and sporadically spotted (some are freckly)
Cesar Milan was on Bones last night too. It was sooo sad. I cried at the end. It was about dog fighting.
The full episode is on http://www.fox.com/bones/
There is also an interview with him there too.
Karebear, English Setter and Springer Spaniel, per Michael above.
Adorables X Seven = puppeh heaven
Daisy was fluffy and freckled as a pup. But now that I think about it, her ears weren’t quite so big, and her noggin was shaped a bit differently.
OOOOOhhhhh, been there done that, M. You walk into the room and simply say, “I misunderstood what I heard at lunch. Let’s go over the consonants today!” Then you remember this for the rest of your life, without the tears, but with a chuckle… I too have stories- about the little (8 or 9) boy who pulled the fire alarm because it had written on it “Pull for Fire” and he wanted to see what the fire inside the wall looked like. True story. ACHK!
Aww, lookitdis cute simultaneous baroo:
@TP, thanks for the guffaw. “The Jabbo Code” indeed.
@M and Katrina: I gots one too! I was teaching in France lo these many years ago [13, to be eggzack], and on my very first day there, a student asked me how Americans feel about terrorists. (Remember, this was long before 9/11 and the Cole but after the first bombing of the WTC.) Well, of course, I started on a lengthy polemic as to how Americans despise terrorists and do everything we can to keep them out of our country.
Couldn’t understand WHY all the kids — and the very-good-English-speaking teacher — were looking at me so quizzically, until the teacher started laughing his head off and said, “No, no, he said ‘TOURISTS’!!”
Yeesh. Zat agsent — eet can rilly mess yew op! (Also when the kids asked me about the poster of the BEACH in the classroom … except their “long e” sound was more of a “short i” sound. We DEFINITELY had a pronunciation lesson that day!)