Next time you look up in the sky and see a bovine shaped cloud, thank a fluffy cow.
These days, smart skateboarding chameleons everywhere are planning ahead by opting for roomier, yet stylish, skateboards.
African Pygmy Chameleon, Porkey. “She just laid an egg the other day so she’s going to be a Momma! That means I will be a Grandma!!! I’m so stoked, (if this egg hatches). She has been on your site before when she was riding her bike. She likes to skateboard, and surf too.” -Lindsey E.
Some call it dubstep, some call it beatbox, some call it electro.
We call it hope-his-li’l-head-don’t-fall-off.
deafening amazing tweet evar:
Turn down that racket and go do your homework, beatboxbird!
It’s one of the oldest rivalries. Koala or Puppy? Koala or Puppy? Which do you prefer?
Buuut? What’s a hermelin? Y’know, maybe there’s some hermelin things we don’t want to know. And that’s OK, hermelin. No really, hermelin! . . . it’s OK . . . seriously! Hermelin! We mean it!
Piss off, TheCatsandNews
M’Lady, your beauty hath no bounds. For truth, I ask of thee, where does your flowering end and the blossoms begin?
“We are getting married in October, and the theme is “imperfectly together”. For our Save-The-Dates, we decided to do a little photoshoot of our fur-baby Boston Terrier, Coco, with our friend’s 5-pound Chihuahua, Huey. We’re getting married on October 12th, in Piedmont, California. Naturally, Coco will definitely take part in the wedding – I’m thinking a floral, pompom collar!” -Stephanie C.
Oh noes! SOMEBODY pushed the red button! Fasten your seatbelts!
And prepare for blast-off.
1. An Inspired Perspective. Image courtesy of Flickr, Melly. 2. Reach for the sky, little ginger cat. Image courtesy of Flickr, Rachel Bowles. 3. Levitating kitty. Image courtesy of Flickr, Alienlebarge. 4. Snapped in Japan, a wonderful setting. Image courtesy of Flickr, Akimasa Harada. 5. Cat plays catch. Image courtesy of Flickr, Manuel Castro. 6. Derpycats 7. It’s Beans! gif by Josh Norem
Ahem, (pushing up glasses) did you know, …a greyhound can see as far as a half a mile away? So then, greyhounds will make great seeing eye dogs …right?