Owl Don’t Know Which Is Which!

Okay, these are owls right?

This one has an owl face, but it also has 4 legs and a tail.

This one is definitely an owl. Note the beak.

Clearly this one has no wings, but look at that face…that owl shaped face!

Uh, what’s so funny?

I’m terribly confused and a little insulted, but let’s give credit where credit is due: Paul Sawer, Happy Jack, GNoodle, Sebastien Bozon, and The Cutest Paw.



  1. hirisheyes says:

    Love wols. Recommend the tales of Weeps and Wols in ‘The Dog Who Wouldn’t Be’, by Farley Mowat.

  2. ‘Owler monkehs!

  3. Photo #4 leads me to believe that the milkman also lives in the jungles……

  4. Lisa Carol says:

    Thunk. Bebbeh barn owls. Though not in a barn. Darling siblings cuddle together and groom each other. Parents mate for life. We need more, ever more barnies. And when it rains, that is where the phrase “barn storming” came from. I’m quite sure. Yes.

  5. I love teh LO(W)L Owl in photo #5! :mrgreen:

  6. The Original Jane says:

    Picture #4 is most definitely a sugar glider, not an owl, people!

  7. The Original Jane says:

    Dang nab it! I meant a tarsier, not a sugar glider. Okay, well they both look alike.

  8. Lisa Carol says:

    Well, neither sugar glider nor tarsier, but a mother and baby monkey, probably some kind of mangebay monkey.

  9. The Original Jane says:

    I was keedding! We do that a lot here on C.O. 🙂

  10. And photoshopped, to boot! 😛

  11. Lisa Carol says:

    I sowwy. Was just tryin’ to be helpful.

  12. We keed because we love. 😀

  13. Dang, I love me some owls. ‘Specially cotton-candy looking ones.

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  15. Fird Birfle says:

    This post and eets owls und minkees hez med mee HEPPY!!!

  16. “Owl be loving you in all the old familiar trees holes that this heart of mine embraces all year throoooughhh!”
    “Here we come, swinging down the street, we get the adoringest looks from everyone we meeeeet! Hey hey we’re the Monkees!” 😉