Hey, Sometimes a Tiger is Just a Tiger

In light of C.O.’s practice of keeping its nose out of current events, we wish to state that the following video of a cute tiger has nothing whatever to do with the marital woes of any professional athlete. And now: Sit back, relax, and enjoy the song stylings of Mistress #103,271!



  1. Bluemenro says:

    Now this is Tiger-related news worthy of my time!

    [I hear that. Yep. 😐 – Ed.]

  2. resriechan says:

    Well, that might be CO”s policy; but, ’tisn’t MINE!!!

    “Is this Tiger, in the Woods???”


    Mischeveous (sp) Minnie

  3. *Snerk* The tiger is adorable, the video is adorable, but the increasingly weird ways the singer says “Whoa, whoa, whoa” had me in stitched. AWESOME.

  4. Around 1:20, evidence that Maru is merely following wild feline instinct.

  5. resriechan says:

    PS: “Paging BoxHab!! Paging BoxHab!!!”

  6. Tiger Boxhab!

  7. Heather in Oregon says:

    awww, that song was perfect for the fuzzy Tiger. Definitely not good for the non furry Tiger. 😉 and I’ll end by saying…nuff on the nonfurry Tiger

  8. I’m slain by the cuteness *thud*

  9. AWWW! Even tiger babies make biscuits!!

  10. Cutie!! Reminds me of my own (domestic) kitten. But yeesh, that song is uncomfortable.

  11. his food looks really gross. but, on the other hand, his paws are huge.

  12. Oh man, STINKIN’ cute. CO has been topping itself on a daily basis since what, 2006? Truly amazing.

  13. Wow! Animatronics are so realistic these days!

  14. What a cutie! Is s/he an orphan? I notice a distinct lack of tiger-mommy in the video.

    It looks this little one is well loved by its humans, though, at least one of whom is willing to put a finger in the rather nasty looking food. That’s dedication!

  15. I loves the baby tiger. I’ll take two please.

  16. awww man, now i wants a baby tiger to cuddle and bottle-feed and watch go sweeepiez…

  17. and i forgot to say, welcome back NOMTOM! we meesed you!

  18. shudbeworking says:

    tigger is the cutest thing evarr with those crazy blue eyes. want!
    whuh whuh whuh whuh whuhhh!

  19. Oh dang tears are falling down my cheeks no wait thats because I forgot to blink maybe i need to breathe too do you think?

    my brain is gone.


    oo, a tiger!

  20. those eyes are so WIDE, like they’re drinking in everything around them.


  21. Love him. Wish he ad another baby tiger to play with besides the really unresponsive one.

  22. Um. I said “ad” in my comment above because I’m feeling intermittently cockney todai.

  23. Wow, what a terrible song. Had to mute to enjoy the tiger cub.

  24. I’ve got to say, the song had me completely unnerved. I’m with Dee… Totally had to mute.

  25. I am sick and tired, tired, tired, I tell you, of reading about that golfing person and his extra-curricular activities; the next time some new revelation about T.W. surfaces in the news, the resident editorial staff should stamp ‘PRE-EMPTED’ on his photo and insert a large color print & story of this Gor-gee-ous little tiger babbeh instead………yes, that would be highly satisfactory to me…..*rubs hands in anticipatory glee* 😉

  26. hee hee. that song really takes the video up a notch.

  27. tesstricks says:

    A tie-tie tiger at the end!

  28. The song is “Teach Me Tiger” sung by April Stevens. I actually have it on my itunes due to a compilation cd.

    [Whuh whuh whuh whyyyy?? 😉 – Ed.]

  29. play, then noms, then nap = the best day evar!

  30. They’re going to have to send that one to boxhab before he’s even off the bottle!

  31. o4petesake says:

    The tiger’s adorable…but that song! Yikes!

  32. Not That Mike The Other Mike says:

    Re the song: We didn’t add it to the video; it was already there. I can certainly sympathize with anyone who finds it irritating, but on the other hand, it’s one of those tacky 60’s artifacts, like Ed Wood movies, that can be enjoyed in the proper frame of mind. I kind of like to laugh at how goofy we used to be — it distracts from how goofy we are now. 😉

  33. Who’s a big scary tiger? Oh the baby talk that would happen!

  34. couldn’t hear that song due to skiving at work to enjoy this tigger-babe. So adorables! Methinks the instinct is strong in this one. Already trying to pull the entrails out of a zebra, albeit a stuffed one. Loved the bottle shots. Wee babe so cute.

  35. Now, I just need to find a large enough litter box…

  36. resriechan says:

    umm…@ ffleur or anyone who knows …

    xackly how non-kompooter literat em I????
    (I suppose I could take the time to check Wikipedia….but maybe ffleur or someone else will be so kind as to indulge my qwershtyun here, without drumming me entirely out of CO.)


    I’m sure it’s some klever adjustment of a word I already
    know, bu’ “huh” ??????

  37. Welcome back, NTMTOM. You’ve been missed.

    OK, it’s official. There’s room in my house for a couple of baby tigers. The Great Dane will adore them and I’ve already raised a baby jaguar. Hard to believe that little fluffball with the wide blue eyes is going to grow up to be one of the planet’s most deadly predators.

  38. ummm. wordgirl – you’ve raised a baby jaguar???
    tell us more! and pics, if possible!



  40. I’m totally in the wrong line of work. I want to be a zoo mommy!

  41. I loved the striped baby pajamas, but that song is cringe-worthy.

  42. Nicolletta says:

    I want one!

  43. I am going to sit right here and hyperventilate until someone brings me a baby tiger.

  44. Woah-woah-woah woah woah!

  45. Skiving is not working when you are supposed to be working.

    [Like “slacking” – Ed.]

  46. @ resriechen-
    To skive is British slang for the practice of avoiding responsibilities because you want to do something more fun or just don’t want to do what you should be doing. “Skiving”, which may involve actual work, done slowly or unwillingly, should be distinguished from “skiving off”, which involves absence from work.
    In the context of schooling, this is known as truancy.
    *sheepish grin*- I know it because of the Harry Potter books. (Skiving Snackboxes)

  47. WANT!

  48. Aw, cyooote widdle tiger. If April Stevens is clever, she’s now going to be a zillionaire. I’d promote the heck outta that song, if I were her.

    It reminds me, though, of a Soprano’s episode where the Drea deMatteo character was the manager of a band that had produced a hideously bad song where the chorus was “meow.”

  49. 0:08 – screeched ‘KITTY BABY!!’
    0:44 – reached for smelling salts
    1:06 – tried to snorgle nose to nose. Have to clean screen.
    1:52 – *plink* *plink* *plink*
    2:00 – sploded

  50. ..I want to squeeeee you! wuh wuh wuh wahhhhhhh…

    Totally cte and wacky find NTMTOM!!

  51. heheheh – love the responses to def. of “skiving”. Glad there are other Anglophiles out there. Mine comes from copious doses of Brit TV and books. Other great ones:

    “to grass one up” – to tell on them (to one in authority, maybe police)
    “knackered” – exhausted
    “shattered” – exhausted
    “bacon butty” – bacon sandwich

    Brit slang is just so spot on, full stop. *snicker*

  52. The tiger is adorable! Love him! But that song is just painful.

  53. 5^^now8ing says:

    Ooh-ooh-OOH! Squeeee! and etc.!!!
    This has *everything* — kneading pawses, kitten yawn, attacking its (stuffed) sibling, kitten-stalking, curiosity about the camera, the beginning of box addiction, wobbly kitten-walking, chewing on its own foot, and BOTTLE-FEEDING!!!
    How can this Qteness *ever* be outdone?!!
    I have *died* and gone to tiger kitten heaven!

  54. Not That Mike The Other Mike says:

    @Susan: Interesting point you bring up. April Stevens did well for herself in the 50’s and 60’s, but “Teach Me Tiger” fared poorly on the charts because radio stations were reluctant to play it, according to Wikipedia. If only they’d had YouTube back then…

  55. bacon butty… even if i wasn’t vegetarian, I don’t think I’d want to eat something called a butty…

  56. PS: Did anyone see the STINKIN’ cute marmie kitten on “The Closer” last night?

  57. okaasan59 says:

    Cute tiger. Creepy song. Sounds more like a bad porn voice over.

  58. 5^^now8ing says:

    I, too, had to mute the “song styling,” but NTMTOM makes a good point about then-and-now goofiness!

  59. resriechan says:

    Me loves learning!!! Thanks, folks!!

    Not Elmo

  60. @ceejoe: I see what you mean. It won’t make you feel any better but I belive “butty” is short for butter.

  61. @Ceejoe, I suspect many minds just go blank immediately following the “bacon” part. 😉

  62. For those of you in Austraila – or anyone willing to go to Australia – there is a place called Tiger Island near Brisbane that has a good tiger breeding program. Zoos who have not been successful breeding their cats will send them to Tiger Island (insert 70’s adult-themed entertainment music here) and voila – cubs! The cubs are then hand-raised at Tiger Island and will stay as Tiger Ambassadors. For $600 Australian (goes to tiger preservation in the wild), you and up to four friends can meet with the trainers and one tiger. You get an hour to pet the big cat and walk it around the adjacent amusement park, Dreamworld. A photographer captures it all for you. My husband and I went a few years ago. We hung out with an 11 year-old white Bengal named Mohan. PLUS there were two 8 week-old sumatran cubs!!!!!!!!! I still have the giant stupid smile on my face. Also, the tiger smell.

    [Xen: Great story, and here’s a Tiger Island link to go with it — Mike]

  63. quite possibly the cutest thing I have ever seen. I am a sucker for baby cats of any kind though…especially tigers/lions/leopards…etc.

  64. I love that tiger! What a cutey! The song made me feel a little gross and dirty though. Wha-wha-what the eff?

  65. Thanks for adding the hyperlink. I got overexcited by tiger memories. (An excuse I use pretty often actually.)

  66. @Theresa- you mean Joel? OMG! I squeed, played the marmie scenes a few times again, and squeed some more!

  67. Wobbly baby tiger keeled me. I would like to rub baby belleh and beep nose.

    As for the song – yikes! But definitely worth a laugh.

  68. @Melinda, yes, Joel!!! Everytime that teency scrap of orange appeared on the screen, I screeched “GEEEEEEEEEEEF HEEEEEEEEEEEEM TOOOOOOOOO MEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!”

  69. dewicasgwent says:

    You did check that link, the other attraction such as Cuddle a Koala, and possible a blue eyed one!

  70. Von Zeppelin says:

    Hmmm. I must be a Person of Inferior Taste, since I didn’t hate the song. Can’t say it was a life-changing aesthetic experience, but it’s not the worst thing I have ever heard (that would be “MacArthur Park”). Handsome little tigerino. Tiger Moosh food looks fairly horrible, but not that different from what I fed my human kids back in their infancy.

    [♫ Someone left the Tiger Moosh in the raaaaaiiiinnnnn… ♫ — Mike]

  71. Awwwwwww, wanna cuddle that little tiger cubbie!

    And the song! I cannot believe it … I have a CD called “Ultra-Lounge: Cocktail Capers” that has this song … along with some other gems like the theme to the original “Lolita” movie. Makes me laugh!

  72. toffiffeezz says:

    *twitches, slaps hand over mouth to stop the SQUEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE from escaping* OMGOMGOMG!!! I want… And I can’t make any noise because my boss is in a meeting in the cube next to mine… *gives up* SQUEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! *ded*

  73. pushy mcshove says:

    isn’t she lovely? her name is haditha, and she lives at the woodland park zoo in seattle. the video shows her at around six months. she was hand raised because her mother had rejected her. she is now fully integrated in the tiger clan, and she is just as beautiful as when she was a bebeh tiger. i’m surprised there weren’t hundreds of zoo visitors passed out around her viewing window back then; she was, and is, the epitome of Qte!

    you can find more pics of her at the WPZ blog, at http://www.zoo.org.

  74. 1:46

  75. Martha in Washington says:

    Can’t talk…on my way out the door to the zoo. YAY Woodland Park Zoo!

  76. @oh Pushy McShove, she is stinkin,. stinkin; cute– I would love to see and up to date pic of her.

  77. OH SQUEAL!!!

  78. @ Ceejo: Sadly, that was before the days of digital so no photos. I’d made friends with several people who worked at the local zoo and I had a job that gave me lots of leeway on time off. When a mother rejects her baby in the wild, the baby wills itself to die. In a zoo setting, the rule of thumb is that if staff doesn’t find the rejected baby within 24 hours, there’s no way to save it. That’s where I came in. Since these babies were considered a loss already, they were sent home with me, along with heat lamps, formula, whatever was needed. My biggest successes were the jaguar and a llama. (OK, I admit it. I have no taste. I named the baby llama Dolly (as in Dalai. Yes, I’m ashamed of myself.) I had a secret for nurturing the rejected babies that worked about 75 percent of the time. Trust me. You don’t want to know what my secret method was. (But if you think you really do, you can reach me at flwordgirl@yahoo.com ’cause I’m sure not going to write it on a public forum.)

  79. UGH god, WTH is up with the song. They couldn’t find something better? So distracting from the cuteness.

  80. Aww, now that’s a real Tiger, not a Cheetah.. muhahaha 😉

  81. I was at work so had the sound off– adorable tiger babies! OMG I just sat like a dope grinning from ear to ear and really wish that I could feed the baby tiger milks and play with them! Squeeeeee!

  82. I confess to singing really stupid things to my dog – now I’m going to have to go home and confuse her by going “WUUOOAH WUUOOAH WUUOOAH WUHH WUHH!” I think she’ll dig it – she’s a groovy chick.

  83. @Katrine – that’s a good one!

  84. @1:14…nomming my own leg……

  85. Those of you who turned off the sound didn’t get to hear the cardboard boxes,which just added to the Qte.

    Von Zeppelin- No, I beg to differ- the Steve Miller Band came out with song lyrics that include “really love your peaches, want to shake your tree” it may not be as long as M. Park, but well, oh, just, well…….although I do agree with you that M. Park is in the (my) Pantheon of really bad songs.

  86. Andi from NC says:

    Love the wee tiger, but I feel like a need to take a shower after that song!!

  87. Hehe, baby big cats are funny. A friend of mine had a baby bobcat that loved to hunker down on the top of the sofa and stare at you in the other seat 6 feet away. After 20 minutes of staring at you without blinking or twitching a muscle, he’d, out of the blue, launch himself through the air straight on top of your head. Scared the bejeepers out of you. But also side-hurtin funny!

  88. That tiger doesn’t like to blink, at all. Funny how both the eyes AND paws are slightly oversized… I like even younger tiger cubs or grown-ups better. This is just an intermediary stage without much appeal. Then again, WUUU-Huuu-HUUUU! The song made that video, no question.

    It’s going to be stuck in my head all day at work. I can already see it happening: “Hey, can you fix this?” “Yeah, maybe, (Touch me tiger) let me (woohoohoo) take a (woohoohoo) look at it.”

  89. I think the song is the perfect companion for the video…and very timely too. Wuh Wuh Wuh Wuh Wuh! LOL So bad that it’s funny!

  90. resriechan says:

    ummmm. P McS:

    were you **deliberately** invoking a wonderful Stevie Wonder song from —-/Key of Life, there at the beg. of your comment # 73 ???? or was it just some Super Song Serendipity???

  91. OMCC! A tiger! A baby tiger! *thud*

    You can almost see the thoughts: Must. Nom. Everyfing. Must.

    Also, fun tiger fact, tigers are the only ‘big’ cats that can purr. All the rest lack the mechanism in their bodies, but tigers have it. PurrRRrrrRRrrrRRrrr.

  92. AuntieMame says:

    I haven’t seen the video yet (boo for website blockers!) but I know exactly what song everyone is talking about. There was some commercial on TV in the last year or so that used it. I have no idea what it was advertising, though.

  93. Well if you have to be in the right mood for that song….. guess I was in the wrong mood!! But yeah, you can almost see the pillbox hat on her head…

    Now, without the song; oh those grey eyes!! Those stripeys!!

    I do like MacArthur Park, though I never understood why they would leave the cake out in the rain!

  94. I like MacArthur Park too – it came out just as we were covering simile and metaphor in high school English. It made perfect sense to me.

  95. loved the footage. cant go wrong with playful baby tiger. but….


    sweet baby jeebus, she was too disturbing to listen to. had to turn volume off.

  96. Von Zeppelin says:

    I wanted to leave Richard Harris out in the rain. For a long time.

  97. Queen of Dork says:

    (whuh, whuh, whuh, whuh, whuh). He-he! goofy! But wow, that baby tiger has some HUGE pawsies!

  98. Dozer (88)– you had me cracking up… Now I’m chortling thinking what kind of work you do that will have this soundtrack tomorrow… Plumber? Tech support? Cable Guy/Gal? Rollercoaster Repairperson? Wuh wuh wuh wuh wooooouuu, indeed!

  99. Tiger-related news worthy of my time: I could not have said it better myself. So sweet. So fluffy. So non-scandalous.

  100. VZ, I agree – you know Dave Barry ranked it the worst song ever? And thank you, Katrina, about Steve Miller! I mean, he speaks of the pompatus of love!

    My worst song ever is older than both of those – do you know Honey, by Bobby Goldsboro? (Crap, now it will be stuck in my head all night. Maybe better watch the video again…)

    [Dave Barry is THE MAN. He was a master humor blogger back when blogs were called The Dayton Daily News, and they came on cheap smudgy paper. To your literal doorstep. – Ed.]

  101. Queen of Dork says:

    AmyJ: freeeeeeeeett-frooooooooooo!

  102. I pretty much agree with “skippymom”>

  103. victoreia says:

    @Nani: glad to see I’m not the only HP geek. 😀

    @Theresa: Joel was soooooo CUTE!!!!! My cats took one look, and ran away and hid, because they just knew I’d start making those weird, high-pitched squealing noises….

  104. Mrs. Catlabash says:

    isn’t she lovely? her name is haditha, and she lives at the woodland park zoo in seattle. the video shows her at around six months. she was hand raised because her mother had rejected her. she is now fully integrated in the tiger clan, and she is just as beautiful as when she was a bebeh tiger. i’m surprised there weren’t hundreds of zoo visitors passed out around her viewing window back then; she was, and is, the epitome of Qte!

    Pushy – grrrrrreat username! And thanks for telling us the backstory here. I was getting a little anxious watching that vid. It looked a little as if someone was raising that beautiful baby in their home, which seemed a bit odd and if it were the case, probably not a good situation for the tiger. I’m glad to hear she’s being looked after by knowledgeable, competent caretakers who not only love her but also know how to give her what’s best for her. What a sweet little future ferocious man-eater she is! Pretty soon the bowls of ground up meat mush aren’t going to be doing it for her and we’ll see her ripping apart her prey from limb to limb, like the pwecious widdle lambikins she is, bless her heart, LOL.

  105. When I saw the baby tigga crawling into the boxes, I thought “a self-mailing cat, how convenient! I’ll send my address right away.” And for the record, I liked the song.

    And to Mrs. Catlabash, who thought that this was happening in someone’s home, the big “Zoo.org” in the corner of the video was a pretty big clue.

  106. What a redonkulous song. Wha-wha-wha-vhh-whaaa…

    But I did appreciate the tigey winks at :24ish, :27, and espesh 1:29

  107. @ffleur – “butty” is a sandwich.
    Bacon butty = bacon sandwich
    Chip butty = french fry sandwich (yes, it’s true)
    But of course, you must put BUTTER on the sandwich, hence “butty”
    *runs off, drooling, to find the frying pan*

  108. So what is a “fried slice?” And what is “brown sauce?” I got most of my Britishisms from reading “Hellblazer” comics, but those two escape me. I knew about “skiving” and “butties” and *ahem* “vinegar strokes” and even (my favorite) “going pear-shaped.” All from “Hellblazer.” That comic also introduced me to The Pogues. 😀

  109. Felicityanne says:

    @JupiterStar and others: Those wha wha whuh sounds in the song…coincidentally ( I assume it was coincidental) those are very close to the huffing sounds that tiger-keepers make to communicate with them at Howletts Animal Park in Kent, U.K.! I once managed to call one over to the wire by doing just that…worrying some of the other visitors, I admit!

  110. Felicityanne says:

    @ Noelegy: ‘fried slice’ is bread fried in the pan with or after bacon; if done properly it’s delicious, but a cholesterol nightmare; ‘brown sauce’ is a generic term for a mysterious compound involving fruits, spices and vinegar all boiled down into a smooth mush (ugh!), originally called ‘HP sauce’, and beloved of ‘transport caffs’, where it can often be found in a squeezy plastic container in the shape of a tomato, but BROWN (no, it doesn’t make any sense to me either).

  111. Oh the CUTE!!! And is that Marilyn Monroe singing there? Cute song too. 😉

  112. Xen, way back at comment 62, the trip to Tiger Island sounds very nice and I like the ratio- much better than one trainer and four tigers. Really.

    Do you think that Haditha has a Bengali accent? I like to.

    Von Z- Sorry to say, but I’m pretty sure Richard Harris doesn’t get water spots or shrink, he might even be “Sanforized” at this point, so, being in the rain doesn’t really bother him.

    Felicityanne-Can we go to the zoo together? I called a walrus over once.

    I am pear shaped.

  113. Couldn’t hear the song (no sound on work pc) but the song playing in my head was ‘Baby’s got blue eyes.’ (Er…don’t know if that’s the title, or just the chorus…) I never realised baby tigers had blue eyes! Awwwwww. She’s so gorgeous! With the huge feets and the nomming and the sleepiness! Oops, I feel an eleventy!!!111 coming on.

    Why am I in my boring-pants job instead of one where I get to nurse baby tigers? Sulk.

  114. Von Zeppelin says:

    Katrina, my principal reason for leaving Mr. Harris out in the rain (and I’m thinking of a good, high-powered Oklahoma Toad-Strangler thunderstorm) was that I wouldn’t be able to hear him singing that stupid song.

  115. uglywomansguide says:

    Glad to see you’re giving Mr. Tiger (the clubbing tiger) a rest. http://www.uglywomansguide.com/index.php/2009/12/tiger-woods-and-schadenfreude-and-mudita/

  116. I cannot agree with Mr. Barry concerning the worst song ever. My candidate is “Having My Baby” by Paul Anka. Worst.Song.EVER. in the English language.

    Now for the tiger comment – she’s a cutie now, but wait till she grows into her paws. She will be beautiful but I don’t think she will be nearly as cuddly. If only we could freeze them at this size…a lap tiger would be awesome.

    [Have you ever seen full-grown tigers playing and romping? Believe me, they stay cute, they just get deadly too. – Ed.]

  117. BB/VA – hard to argue with you on that one!

  118. Dear Santa:
    I would like a baby tiger for Christmas.

  119. So far as I’m concerned, BB/VA wins the worst song of all time contest (were we having one?), hands down. I have some Conway Twitty(?) dirge about his dead beloved somewhere at the very edge of my memory, but it’s not coming in – and I’m probably glad. But yes, that Anka song is the absolute worst, especially if you know his personal back-story.

  120. pushy mcshove says:

    first: Richard Harris has been dead for seven years.

    next: Haditha is now three years old and stunningly beautiful. she grew into her paws. her photo is on the woodland park zoo gift card. she may be a mamma tiger one of these years. 😉

  121. Von Zeppelin says:

    pushy mcshove–Of course Richard Harris is dead. That’s what happens when you’ve been left out in the rain for all the years since he cut that record in 1968.

  122. emmberrann says:

    @ whiskers: BTW, and apropos of nothing, cheetahs purr. Saw that on on Animal Planet, and if they say so, it must be true, right?

    Apropos of Harris: he made a pretty good Dumbledore… Never got the gist of the sweet green icing melting in the rain… Used to wonder WTH with Macarthur Park altogether.

    That said, *grabby hands* I think I hear my mother calling. *Scoops up bebeh tiger and runs off to hide in the jungle*
    : )

  123. This site, a fan site for April Stevens and Nino Tempo, states that: “Teach Me Tiger” has had many lives in the last 25 years. Re-recorded twice in 1965, the new version became a camp classic in many U.S. and foreign cities. On April 6, 1983, the astronauts aboard space shuttle Challenger requested the song as a wake-up call. NASA obliged the crew, and April was again in the news.”


    It was also “recently used as the theme for a bread commercial in Germany.”

    The song would be okay if not for the whuh, whuh, whuhhhs. What is that about??!

    Although, if I imagine myself snorgling a tiger cub, I guess I can see it….

  124. Cute tiger … nauseating song (had to turn the volume down!)
    It certainly wouldn’t encourage me to buy anything… lol

  125. i want a tiger it is so cute they should sell baby tigers at the pet store

  126. @emily … cute in theory, not so cute in reality when they grow up. Besides, they are meant to be free … it would be wrong to allow the general public to keep animals they don’t know how to care for and would have no way to provide for (which is why there are laws banning such a thing). I say, let’s just appreicate them for the magnificent creatures they are and let them have their own lives.

  127. Even tigers need boxhab.

  128. boxhab? I don’t know what that is.

  129. Oh god, the part near the end when it segues from brush time with the ZoomGroom to a paw lick/yawn. It’s… it’s too much. *lapses into diabetic coma*