Pop Is TRYING To Tell Us Something…

…maybe it’s “Keep doing what you’re doing, and don’t stop!”

Yeah, that’s it.

“My cat Pop (Dutch for Doll) purrs very loudly. It actually sounds like she swallowed a pigeon!” -Marleen O.

Let’s Review Kitteh Snorgling, Shall We?

1. Pick kitteh up gently.
2. Swivel kitteh’s butt into your palms so he/she sits snuggly and safely.
3. Raise kitteh up to nose level.
4. Insert nose into nape of kitteh’s neck and begin the kitteh huffing/snorgling process.
5. Repeat as necessary.

Imgur by way of Digg Reader.

Cool Off – It’s RUMP Day!

13002087213_72205b3bfc_oIf you can make it thru RUMP Day- just two more days until the weekend, then you can celebrate like this Corgi is doing from @CuteEmergency.

Fifteen. French. Bulldogs.

Sheer madness.

From Ben N.

Lilo (& Lola) Keep Us In Stitches

There is some Serious Arabian Greyhound Whackadoodle Action going on heah.

From Rhode.


photo 1It makes no difference if you’re black or white
If you’re a boy or a girl
If the music’s pumping it will give you new life
You’re a superstar, yes, that’s what you are, you know it.


(This is Seamus, from Suzanne W. Lyrics by Madonna/Shep Pettibone.)

Bebeh Mini Hoofsters

What do you get when you shove one of those GoPro cameras in front of some camera shy Bebeh Mini Hoofsters?

Well, you get this!

The Look

unnamedDateline, City Of Brotherly Loff: Philadelphia Zoo’s Black-footed Cat Aza had a litter of little guys (and one girl) – the first ever to be born at the Philadelphia Zoo, says ZooBorns. They were named Drogon, Rhaegal, and Viserion. Drogon and Viserion are guys and Rhaegal is a girl. (Someone at the Philly Zoo is a “Game Of Thrones” fan.)

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From Maureen P. and Mira A.

Ol’ Green Eyes Is Back

10263974_797324113620668_7915734743009944152_oMagilla Glub Glub says he don’t need no stinkin’ tinted kitteh contact lenses. (Are there such a thing? And how about that Ear Floof?)


AND…a bonus video! MGG- drinking water. And drinking. And drinking…

Swamp Wallaby Action Down Undah!

[When you read this post, do so out loud in a Steve Irwin accent, in honor of The Man. Woo Hoo!]

LOOKIT THIS LITTLE BEAUTY! This is Mirrawa, a six month old Swamp Wallaby Joey at the Taronga Zoo!”

“Now, Mirrawa’s mum rejected her- fair dinkum- and that’s a sad state of affairs. But THINGS ARE LOOKIN’ UP!”

“They’re gonna care for the li’ DARLIN’ ’til she’s about eight months old. Then she will live with the Wallaby group. Crickey!”

“So all’s well that ends well!”

Via ZooBorns.