Cute Overload :D
The snow and the ground squirrels are melting.
Gives us a warm feeling all over, Robyn R.
He don’t look like a wicked witch!
Where are the flying monkeys? 🙂
I’m confuzzled, is this more strayche or blorp? Or some unusual and wonderful combination?
Skwerl is not amused, either way.
I thought ground squirrels were all named “Sandy” and lived in a pineapple under the sea.
Fendi would kill for that coat! Wait, that’s not what I meant to say. I love those speckled dots so delicately layered on his back.
“You drive really well for a quadruped”.
I have two cats who like to site on the edges of tables or chairs like that and just dangle the front pawses…
Sponge Bob Reference! FTW!
whoops that was me 🙂
But he’s melting very cutely.
Electrostatic strayche. Check out the flyaway fur!
Absolutely! How evil could he/she be wif all that qte goin’ on?
I’ll get you my pretty.
And your little ground squirrel too. Mouhahahahaha!!!
Dig those nails! (no pun intended… well, maybe just a little)
I would go more “strayche” on this one.
It seems to me, that “BLORP” is generally more,
kinda, sea-lion-y, manatee-ish or hippo-ish
(Note: No, NOT “HippY-ish” !!! “HippO-ish” !!!!)
*begins humming the danger melody from Wizard/ Oz*
(wonders whether I am the *ONLY* child to have hidden behind a particular
living room chairback to protect myself, whenever the flying monkeys came onscreen….”
Blorp…with jazz paws! 🙂
We like spring but those claws scare us.
Bella and DiDi
We decided to skip spring and dive right into summer. It was 87 degrees out that today. I wanna join das skwerl in the snowy-place.
Am I the only one who got the Spaceballs reference???? (which of course was stolen from the Wizard of Oz), but I just picture Yoghurt saying it….considering the cute little face on this fuzzy ewok! 🙂
and your little prairie dog, too
I never realized they were so . . . so speckle-ly!
Awesome photo. I wish we had them here. The ‘shooters’ tend to go for deer and wild hogs. Maybe Rachel Maddox would like to make them her critter to sponsor.