A Conversation Between Two Heffalumps

Faa Mai: “Dok Mai, would you like to roll around in the mud?”

Dok Mai: “Sure.”

Sorry, What Was That You Said?

Can you repeat that for us?

“So I have another goat video for you. I swear it just happened. I don’t have a goat fetish or something.” -Elin N., Sweden.

Bunday Morning Comix

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Bunday: Prolly The BEST Bun Name Evarrrrrrr

13313946173_b435240bf1_o“I work for an historic organization in Savannah, GA. A school group was visiting our museum and found this Sweet Little Bun. We scooped her up after her mom abandoned the litter. She’s named Cannonball after our cannonball collection. [*Note: Naturally. -Ed.] We’re taking care of her with kitten formula and lots of love!” -Rachael H.


That’s one small step for a giraffe, a polar bear bebeh, rhinos, cows, OMG Ponies!!1!!11!!, and, well, a baby hoomin snuck in there, too.

As CutePorter Teri C. says, “Most awe-tastic moment for me was the polar bear. Warning, does include human baby! =P.”

Yeah, Those Are Beady Alright

Marshmallow-Broccoli“I saw your post -Beady Eye Factor? Broccoli Eating Factor? BOTH!? [Worlds Colliding.]
Here’s another case of both worlds colliding. I present to you my Ratso, Marshmallow, nomming on some broccoli.” – Nicole.

WHO’S A Hungry Stingray? WHO Is?

YOU are! So slide on up here and let’s have some munchies!

C.O. Cat Café World Tour: Montréal

20140916_150948“I was wandering around in Montréal and I came across a “Coming Soon” Cat Café with a perfect live window display. I took these pictures myself, but unfortunately I don’t know the cat’s name. According to their site it looks like the cat in the picture might be Gustave. The cafe’s name in French is a play on words; ‘Chat L’Heureux‘ means The Happy Cat, but it sounds just like ‘Chaleureux,’ which means something that is ‘warm, convivial.’ The location is here. Thanks, I hope you like the photos!” -Liz H.


More Zen From Thing Two

How about some Caturday Zen from Japan? Cuteporter Caroline D. says, “Guremike did two awesome ‘If it fits, I sits’ photo shoots this week!” First we have The Circle (not Maru, though):



And then this shape which is a poly-something-or-other:





And Now…A C.O. First!!

Wanna know what this raging little maniac is? My first thought was “Quokka.” Nope. When I right clicked on the image, it said:


Hey, Wikipedia! Help us out!

Pademelons are small marsupials of the genus Thylogale. They are usually found in forests. Pademelons are one of the smallest of the macropods. The name is a corruption of “Badimaliyan,” from the “Dharuk Aboriginal language” of Port Jackson (Sydney region.) Pademelons, Wallabies, and Kangaroos are very alike in body structure, and the names just refer to the three different size groups.

And THAT, my friends, clears THAT up.

Baby pademelon


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