I’m a Scottish Fold
I’m a Scottish Fold
When a kitty flops over on the floor, sometimes it’s best to let it slide.
“You know the nearer your destination, the more you’re slip sliding away.” Via Fuzzy Feelings
Lullabye, don’t you cry, hear the sweet singing tough guy
Whiny puppehs o’er spread, asplodey goes our head.
Lay thee down, don’t protest, (but I’m nooot tie-tie yet!)
Lay thee down, don’t you fret, start the honk-shu quintet.
“I’m trying to figure out a way to play this on a continuous loop on my sleep machine.” -Sasha’s Mum, long time CO Peep!
In over 40 years of rescuing our feathered friends around the world, this was one of the most anticipated arrivals of all for International Bird Rescue. A severely injured mama Mallard was brought in to their San Francisco Bay Wildlife Hospital and found to have a single egg. Mama could not be saved but the veterinary staff were able to save her one egg. 26 days later, after waiting and wondering, a perfect mallard duckling hatched!
Read the entire orphaned duckling’s awesome story at International Bird Rescue. “Hey there, thought I’d send our latest Cute Overload submission! This Mallard Duckling in hot pursuit of a dragonfly is by Kim Taylor, our recent Photographers in Focus honoree (who gives permission for the photo to be used.)” -Andrew H.
Only in Australia. Of course! Have a look and have a listen:
From Treehugger, for all your green, or hot pink, news.
May 9, Oakland Zoo, CA. Ginger the River Otter gave birth to three baby boy otters.
MercuryNews.com, Photos by Jane Tyska/Bay Area News Group.
On Sunday, June 2, the Miami Marlins did not bat 1000. They batted 102! That’s how many furry friends found forever homes thanks to the Miami Marlins Ayudan (Spanish for “help”) Team of community outreach volunteers, along with the Humane Society, Animal Services and The Cat Network! That’s some major league teamwork, peeps.
Go Marlins! Look who’s on the Home Team now!
Read more here: Marlins Park hosts 3rd Annual Adopt-O-Mania.
Over 400 years ago a pug named Pompey, saved the life of his owner, William the Prince of Orange. It was near the battlefront in the Dutch struggle against the Spanish when Pompey, sleeping at the prince’s feet, foiled a midnight attack against the prince and saved his life. Soon after, the Pug became the official dog of the Netherlands House of Orange and the Royal Monarchy of the Netherlands.
And one smooch.
Two sloth bear cubs made their public debut 2 weeks ago at the CZSBrookfieldZoo, sent in to CO by Vena C.! (and is that Eric Johnson on guitar?)