Coming Soon: Where’s Bea, Part II

From the blog that brought you “Where’s Bea?” comes the thrilling sequel, an action-packed story of one girl, one lamb, and one freshly-waxed floor.

Hope mom and dad will let the scratches on the floor slide, Alex.



  1. this is very cute

  2. ashagato says:

    I love the putter-patter of little hooves….

  3. ashagato says:


  4. I almost wept when it fell and went ZOMGBAAAAAAAAH but then the girl fell too and justice was done

  5. victoreia says:

    This is how Bambi should have started ice-skating…..

  6. 260Oakley says:

    I love the look of lambinated hardwood floors.

  7. I used to do that with my chihuahua.

  8. Alex slid with her little lamb
    Its fleece was white and black
    And when Alex landed on her @ss
    The lamb fell on his back.

  9. Fird Birfle says:


  10. Fird Birfle says:

    very nice, ma’am !!!

  11. Fird Birfle says:


  12. 6rabbits says:

    HA! *snort*

  13. PS. That is one ruint sheep.

    the lambie is even wearing a bell collar!
    and schnozz closeup for the camera!
    and “weeeee!” slide!

  15. A little too much wax, even for the lamb.

  16. so very cute…

  17. bobbie-sue says:

    Even more redonk is this one that showed up as a recommended video:

  18. Jiffknee says:

    Happy for both the girl and lambie that they should have each other and a freshly waxed floor! Yay – much happy, much muchness.

  19. birds9y9 says:

    All that’s missing is Tom Cruise in his shirt & undies, and the intro to “Old Time Rock ‘n’ Roll”. :>

  20. This makes me so happy.

  21. I don’t miss him! 😛

  22. How completely sweet is it that the lamb follows her around! Such a fun playmate!!

  23. awww… the kiss is my favorite part 🙂

  24. mine too!

  25. Alex had a little lamb
    It’s fleece was black, you know
    And every time that Alex fell down
    The lamb would go “Oh, no!”

  26. Rapturous applause.

  27. We’re not worthy! *applauding wildly*

  28. There is not a single lamb in my house and yet, this girl has two. Where is the justice, I ask, where is the freaking justice?!

  29. ThirdShift says:

    Last Friday I was working upstairs and I heard this whumpgallumphwhump W-H-U-U-M-M-P!!!! The greyhound completely wiped out rounding the stairs, on wood floors, just like this wee one here. Made a gash in his butt needing 3 staples. Things were completely quiet after that, I found him lying on the floor like he was unable to comprehend that the floor came up and smacked him, like, “that, that did not just happen to me!” look. He’s fine, btw.

  30. Poor sweetie, I’m glad he’s OK but I don’t understand how sliding on a wood floor would make a gash in his butt big enough to need 3 staples.

  31. ohhh noooo poor baby!
    is he a bit of a klutz usually? Miss Schnozz is, and I don’t know HOW many spills she’s taken… and oh their tissue-paper skin!

    very very glad he’ll be alright… keep us updated? 🙂

  32. Wheeeeeee!

  33. ThirdShift says:

    Hi Gigi and Tracylee, the greyhound has a bony butt, I did not know how that happened either, there’s no sharp edges around but there was a gash and you could kind of see the bone. Greyhounds are pretty much skin on bone so not much protection, and their skin tears easily. Yes, he is a klutz, if I were a parent CPS would come to my house often, because it’s practically every week that I say, what’s that bruise there on his so-and-so and how did he get that? One time he whacked his tail on something sharp and was running around all happy and waggy and there was blood spray *everywhere*. He has been very patient about us tending the wound, I think it hurts him when we change bandage and poke and prod but I think he understands we have his interests at heart, he tries to be very still. When he got his staples he gave the vet a lick on the hand. I will never believe dogs are stupid and incapable of feeling happy or sad.

  34. I did not know that greyhounds had such delicate skin since they were originaly bred to be hunting dogs.

  35. Poor silly delicate greyhounds. *gentle hugs* I’d just about die if I saw blood spray coming from one of my critters. People who think dogs are stupid and incapable of feelings are just morons.

    And if that word lands me in the Mod Lounge, so be it. Now pass the horse’s ovaries!

  36. Awesome! 😀

  37. Ellen W. says:

    Mine three!

  38. Pure, sweet cuteness. A girl and her lamb playing a funny game. Happy!

  39. Fird Birfle says:


  40. skippymom says:

    She has Van Gogh’s Bedroom In Arles on her bedrooom wall. I have that on my bedroom wall. I believe this means that someone needs to give me a lamb.

  41. victoreia says:

    Playing with Bea at Alex’s house….

  42. Fird Birfle says:

    Seems like Logique Supreme to moi !!!

    — Signs Skippymom up for a lambie-poo.

  43. Fird Birfle says:

    Also to 260: are you (suspenseful music here) “waxing poetic” ???? 🙂

  44. uhm, ok, like a silly question, but why is there a lamb running around the inside of the house anyway???

  45. Of course dogs are capable of happiness and sadness. They show both every day.

  46. But it’s been a long time, hundreds of years, since they were hunting dogs. Ever since then they’ve been bred for racing.

  47. Because it’s cute.

    Seriously, perhaps the lambie is being cared for by hoomins indoors because its mom died or abandoned it or something.

  48. I don’t see how being bred for racing would make their skin paper thin either.

  49. Yeah, she also has two camels, about 4 dogs, and a passel of birds. Houselambs are the least of it.

  50. It’s not just that the skin is thin, it’s also more tautly stretched (for aerodynamics?), whereas other dogs have looser skin with more give. So it doesn’t take as much force to cause an injury.

  51. Queen of Dork says:

    skippymom, there is ABSOLUTELY no arguing with your logic there. (SOMEBODY GET SKIPPYMOM A LAMB!) I love this video. I don’t have the painting in my room but I sure as heck would love to have a hippety-hopping-sliding lamb in my house.