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See the big beautiful world
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CutePorter Amy J. sent us this Prosh Pair O’Pups! “I would like to introduce Sir Chauncey Billups. He was born in April 2011 and a wonderful companion. Chauncey enjoys lounging, eating, and ear scratching.”
“He has a new girlfriend, Priscilla Presley. We adopted Priscilla during the worst storm in Michigan last winter.”
“She was originally found on the mean streets of Detroit when she was about 3 months old.”
“She enjoys Chauncey, bouncing like Tigger, running, and belly rubs.”
Wait! Forget that! No one uses film, and you don’t have to wait until the Eeeeeeeleven O’Clock News, when there’s YouTube! Of course, this is from The Big J.
Link’s a 2 year old rescue dog from California. Now he lives in Calgary, Canada. He had never seen snow until September 8th when Calgary got an early taste of winter.
[I gotz my little white thing here that will shoot 'em at me all day long! It won't pat my head afterwards, though- so that's a prob.]
This hour we present another edition of ResQte Of The Week because why not. These photos are from Freelance CutePorter Kendra K. of Ontario, Canada. “I would absolutely love to introduce the readers of Cute Overload to my adorable ResQte Kitteh- Prim -N- Proper (Prim for short,) named for her tendencies to cross her paws when she sleeps, since she’s a proper little lady.”
“She joined the family 12 days ago when i adopted her from the local Humane Society.”
“She’s mastered the art of the ‘Puss -N- Boots Eyes,’ Selfie Taking, Random Sleep Positions and is quite inquisitive as you can see from a few photos I’ve included.
“It doesn’t get much better than this…I hope to see her on C.O.!!”
…and as a public service, C.O. would like to provide you with a list where you can haz one today for free- or at least get a good deal. Double-Double Animal style, please.
This week’s ResQte Of The Week takes us to the campus of Nevada State College in Henderson, Nevada. Gwen S. fills us in.
“Nearly 2 weeks ago, Abe King of our IT department found 3 kittens under a car in one of our parking lots. They were only about 5 days old. We think a feral mama cat was moving them, but we couldn’t find her and we couldn’t leave them be, so I’ve ended up raising them. Our dean let me bring them to the office for the first few days when they needed to be fed every two hours, and faculty and staff pitched in with formula and boxes and blankets.”
“Everyone wanted updates, so I started a Tumblr. So far they seem to be doing great, and they’re just entering the Cute Playful Stage. Coworkers have spoken up for two of them and I’ll keep the third.”
Photos by Abe King.