All her life Betty White has been an animal lover. As a child, her father adopted strays during the Depression. For over 60 years(!) she has lent her fame to many wonderful animal organizations; speaking at fundraisers, being an active member, making donations, and writing letters. At 91, Betty White still loves to spend days doing volunteer work with all the animals at the Los Angeles Zoo. Love ya, Betty! And thank Qte!
Hold on to your hat! I mean, cat! Swooosh!
Christie the cat all blowed up, by Tammy S. of RowdyKittens.
“I have a rather floofy looking affenpinscher called Frank. Frank and I live in a really, very windy city called Wellington, New Zealand. Anyhoo, he and I went on our evening run to the top of a nearby hill where Frank romped around smelling the smells of many thousands of hectares which were being brought directly to his noz thanks to the particularly crazy wind we’re having today. I took some pics of him thinking, “YAAAAAAHHHHHHH THIS IS SO FREAKING AWESOME!!!” Which in fairness to Frank is what he thinks about life most of the time.” -Emma
I’m quite fond of this bed, but, then again, I’m quite mad!
Burmese Birman cat named Gwash! Owned by Margaux D. a la Yummypets
Or is it zonkdee? Wait, (clickety-click-click, sigh page-loadiiiing)… It’s a Zonkey! A bebbeh Zonkey! Ayy, itsa Italian, capeesh? Say, sì!
Baby Zonkey named Ippo is the only one in Italy, according to Italian news Ansa. If you think you love zebras, read about Ippo’s dad, and think again. That’s Amore’!
A brand new truck. All waxed up and ready to go. Now if I also had a driver, I’d be in business.
“Peroni, the Italian Spinone.” -Mary C., “Just saw this post in the “Aww” section of reddit. So cute I had to send it in!” -Victoria L.
Gary, is a 1 year old capybara from Venezuela who lives in Texas now, on the couch, in the car, in the pool and in the bed, with his hoomins, Melanie and Richard.
I’m a capybara, and you’re not. Nah-nah-nah-nah-nah…
With thanks to the Daily Mail