“Charlie the Beagle and Alice the Cocker Spaniel: Med vänlig hälsning, Maciek K.”
Quoting About.com: “An Korean puppy holds his ground in an “eye to eye” encounter with a huge Fifth Air Force aerial camera, one of the “Eyes of the Far East Air Forces.” The camera is an Air Force K-19B used by night-flying RB-26 aircraft of the 67th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing to photograph enemy airfields, railroad marshalling yards, bridges, supply dumps and troop movements. (Circa June 1951.)
“Kittycat was once a stray kitten. He was very shy at first, but is now one happy and playful little cat who enjoys our company (and belly rubs.) This was his first intro to cat grass (the indoor grown type, that is.)” -Ingrid G.
“We just brought home our first baby boy..[Congrats! -Ed.]…so Blondie is now a big sister. I walked into the room and found she had stolen his pacifier. It’s like she was saying ‘I’m still your baby too.'” -Ashley S.
Lookit Bear here. First he gives us the Princess Di eyes act, then decides he can’t wait to be petted and GOES FOR IT.
From Rebecca B.
People, wantcha’ to meet Wallace! As you can see, having three out of four limbs doesn’t bother THIS prosh prowler one leetle beet.
“This is Wallace! He was rescued from the streets and had to have his front leg amputated. Now he lives in Washington, DC with his librarian, Mfred (that’s me). As we like to say, “three legs, big heart, can’t lose!” -Marcella F.
“These adorable kittehs were rescued from a terrible fate (won’t go into it here, the important thing is they were rescued!) They were taken to Save the Animals Foundation in Cincinnati, and are currently in a foster home. Names are Captain (the only boy,) Skipper, Catalina, Marina, and Sailor.” -Cathy B.
Ever seen a kitteh petteh fish?
So Timo eventually gets bored with that (a cat getting bored, imagine that) so he heads home. But then he gets bored of being inside, and wants to go outside. (A cat changing his mind, imagine that.)