Pleuroncodes Planipes ACTION At The MBA

Pelagic red crabs to you and me. Check out this little red goober! Quoting the Monterey Bay Aquarium: “They’re back! Pelagic red crabs — Pleuroncodes planipes (aka tuna crabs, because they’re so tasty to so many fishes) sometimes visit us during El Niño conditions—and they’re here today!”






Look What You Get In Just ONE Post:

1.) Princess DI eyes AND Side-Eye.

2.) Squeaking.

3.) Batman ears.

4.) Little White Booties and Pink Toe Beans.

Seems like a good deal where I come from.

You Spent ALL THAT MONEY On Cat Toys

You know, all that shiny plastic junk piled up in the laundry room. Because: what do they want after all?


Wish It Was Springtime Yet?

We got awhile to go, though. It’s just January 6th! In the meantime, mesmerize yourself with some Goldie In A Hammock Action!

Someone Left Pizza Sauce On Their Mouf

[Let me just slip in here for a quick nom + snorgle sesh- in and out, he’ll NEVER KNOW. Slurp.]

Come To Meeeeee: I Command Eet!!!!

If you got one of those new invisible fishing rods for Christmas, this is what you can probably expect.

(Nothing To Do With Arbroath.)

No Mr. Bond, I Expect You To RIBBIT

Now is this an evil Bond villain look, or WHAT. (“My happy little fatty, Magdalena,” from Imgur/Reddit.)

[*Note: Blatant Bond plug- new DVD out Feb. 9. -B.]

Timo’s Greatest (Hammock) Hits

As we all know, Timo spends a lot of time in the sack. Like this is a surprise where cats are concerned. Here is a compilation of some of T-Man’s Greatest Naps.

Hoppy Poppy

It looks like someone is just a little bit excited that it’s chow time. “​This is a video of Poppy the Rescue Dog. Many thanks…and love your site, Jamie M.”

“Oh! You’re Home….Early!

There is absolutely no doubt that Shamus has either (A) Done something very bad, or (B) Is about to. Which leads us to Rule #32: If you’re caught doing something bad, it’s cute.”

“​Here is a photo of my 6-year-old rescue cat Shaymus (aka Shay-Shay.) He has an almost human-looking face! I love him to pieces but his snoring does keep me up many nights,” Jamie M. tells us.