Furbidden Fruit

According to legend, two bandits once set out to fetch the grapes of the impossible quest,

thereby incurring the wrath of the gods who turned them into tantalizers fated to forever wandering amongst the vineyards.

Some say, mere mortals who dare to obtain the ambrosia of the vine are drawn off course by the beady-eyes of the bandits and left hopelessly squeeing the rest of their days.

“My girls and I are huge fans of your site – thanks for all you do to make the world a cuter place. This morning we found these two grape bandits hanging out on our arbor/fence. Hope you like the shots!” -Jennifer D.



  1. Paging Aesop! Paging Aesop!

  2. Kari Callin says:

    I immediately thought of a furry version of Adam and Eve:
    Adam: “Are you sure this is okay?”
    Eve: “He said don’t eat the APPLE. Grapes are fine!” 😉

  3. Theresa says:

    Wow, there is something so bucolic about this.

  4. Blue Footed Booby says:

    It’s like something from a story book.

  5. I want to have a vineyard just to attract these little cuties. Who cares about the wine?

  6. JenDeyan says:

    Ooo… A new word. *looks it up* Yeah. It’s very bucolicky!

  7. What adorable photos!

  8. Smartypants says:

    Steinbeck’s “The Grapes of Racc” (-oon)!

  9. Theresa says:

    It’s pastoral, too. 😀

  10. Er .. I’ll take the wine if you don’t want it .. 😀

  11. awww what gorgeous pictures!!! such cuties! 🙂

  12. “Take us the coons, the little coons, that spoil the vines: for our vines have tender grapes.”

  13. victoreia says: