The folks Down Under at Edgar's Mission (along with Frostie's many worldwide fans) are no doubt having a tough day today, mourning the passing of the wonderful little Super Goat, Frostie. Kyle at Edgar's Mission sent these over late last night so Frostie Fans everywhere can have something to remember him by. (Click on these- they are sized and posted so you can save them to use as computer wallpaper.)
"I did! I don't know where all the extra water usage is from. I---wait. Have you seen Munch lately?"
Beth Z.: "This is my cat, Munch. I came home one day from work, was greeted by my 2 Frenchies and sat down to get some puppy kisses. Next thing I know the downstairs toilet flushes. My husband was out of town so I was scared at first, until I saw the cat come walking out of the bathroom. It's now his favorite thing to do."
“I would like to submit my corgi Oliver, for your site. I’ve got lots of photos of his adorable fluffy butt. He is 7 months old now and still QTE as a button! Hopefully he meets at least one of the Rules Of Cuteness. Also, I love Cute Overload, it always brightens my day. Thank you for your amazing site!!” -Mary W.
We’d have to agree with the headline sent our way by Carmen C. For above, she says “I can literally (well, almost) feel the softness at the tips of my fingers and the cheeks of my face!!” (A cygnet peers out from its mother’s wing at a local pond in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.) And for the Llama below, “this one is one of the prettiest pouts I’ve ever seen!” (Taken at Bolivia’s Laguna Colorado salt lake.)
~Le Creditos: Hover and caption info from NG. Featured image photograph by John Halvorson, National Geographic Your Shot. Second image by Esther Buttery: This photo and caption were submitted to the 2014 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest.
“I’m sending you a few pictures of our labradoodle puppy, Simba. He’s 15 weeks old as of yesterday!” -Jingga M.
(Notice that this puppeh is showing textbook ‘tocks for your Middle O’ The Week Rump Day Viewing. He’s ALSO executing a highly complicated Reverse Over The Shoulder Backwards Baroo- most difficult.) “Eiger, my 10 month old Bernese Mountain Dog was featured on C.O. showing off his frog legs back during ‘Tocktober 2013. Now he has grown up a bit more but nothing has really changed! Taken by me, Indy D.”
“Here is my picture of my pet parrot Richie which I shot myself. Note the perfect Baroo.” -Claire M.