Arne pointed this one out to us on Twitter, and that headline and photo are from Heath C. Can’t improve on that headline, nope, not a chance.
We’re getting close to the halfway point of ‘Tocktober- can you believe it? And this is without a doubt the first Swan so far. “I do believe they’re under-represented,” Sharon D. says. We agree, and we also stole the headline from her Flickr account, too.
Gonna be tough to top THIS one, People. Give it up for Sirsey, c/o Caroline M.
C.O. is not officially endorsing this dog bed, but we gotta call ’em like we see ’em: it pretty well passed The Pixel Test for durability, no? And at the end, The Resident Cat has no comment.
Cat Slaves: Have you ever experienced one of those showdown moments? Where The Feline draws a line in the sand (or in this case, the sink) with his/her demand? This is one of those times, from Jane H.:
“Thank you so much for posting about the Tour de Corgi in Fort Collins. We loved your post, brilliant as always, they captured the wonderfulness of the experience! My mom is in awe of your website (as are we), she’s 85 and thinks it is delightful! Now that I’ve come down from Corgi Mania, I realized I haven’t been paying as much attention to our kitteh, Boots, (also known as Booter Buttskis or BooterTooterRooter) as she expects. So now she is getting most of the attention and all is well once again according to her: Here’s Boots in the kitchen sink waiting for someone to turn on her drinking fountain.”
Fine, fine, fine. NP. “Hi Cute Overload, this is Nino in his ‘Tocks glory,” says Anna. Well- we don’t see much in the way of ‘Tocks here- but there are Plenty O’ Beans and that works for us!
Good grief, look who’s here. None other than Betty The Bug AKA Sweaty Betty and Bee-Tee (As in BT phone home.)
“My husband and I got Betty at the very end of Tocktober last year when she was a wee pup. She wasn’t an easy one to photograph but luckily over the past year we have managed a good collection of photos of her,” writes Carole.
“Betty is a sweet but mischievous little devil and we can’t believe its been almost a year with her in our lives. We love her to pieces and hope you do too!”
Meagan G. says “I would like to submit for education and art appreciation, the many shapes of Rory. As a three pound mixed breed rabbit from the animal shelter, she is somehow automatically queen of our household. Also, a shapeshifter. Me and my husband (aka “Litterbox Cleaner” and “Food Guy”) are huge fans! Rory is not a fan of anything.” Click each image below for each Bun Name: