[I don’t know if this is Papa Johns, Roundtable, Pizza Guys, Dominos, or Pizza Hut. And I don’t care, either. Wait- are there mushrooms on this?] (Imgur.)
You know it’s the OFFICIAL end of the work week when TGIF appears on C.O.! This is Ivy Rose Jemima Pie. “I adopted her a few weeks ago from a local foster/resQte organization,” writes Debbie C. “She enjoys treats, puppy school, and playing with her cat siblings, George and Minnie. Hope you enjoy these, and will consider sharing them on my favorite site!”
“A policeman in 1925 stopping traffic for a mother cat carrying her kitten in her mouth. Photo: Harry Warnecke/NY Daily News Archive via Getty Images.” (Vintag.es.)
Max The Cocker Spaniel showing us why HE is THE MAN. (Seen by Smedley on Pinterest, and originally from Flickr.)
[This is my beach but I’ll be glad to show you around. What’s your
sign name? You been here before? Why are all these people taking our picture? Little privacy here, guys?]
Robb S. is back with another stop on the World Tour- “This one is called Nyankoto, in the student neighborhood of Takadanobaba in Tokyo. I must have arrived at just the right time, because all the cats were awake simultaneously. Lots of different exotic breeds here, and a couple of cute kittens.”
If You Go™
Hours: Open 11am-10pm daily.
Cost: Y800 cover charge for the first hour, Y200 for each additional 15 minutes. Average visit time: 60 minutes.
Address: Takadanobaba 2-14-6, Swan Bldg #201.
[*Note: This is the place. Click to enlarge. -Ed.]
[*Note: No idea what this means- it’s on their FB page. But it’s got cute cat drawings. -Ed.]
Suzanne B. sent us this video of Bibby The Goldie rolling around in the grass, on top of her toy. We should ALL have days like this.
Turtles are totally underrated and taken for granted. But they definitely have a Cuteness all their own. Look at these little smiles, won’t ya?
(BrainJet by way of Robin L.’s FB.)
How can one resist
A soft spot in spring sunshine?
Certainly not I.
“Thank you for all the smiles you spread with your site!” -Photo of Leo and text by Anne from Reston, VA.