“A while ago I submitted two photos, one of my Bunneh Vallmo and one of my Hamster Edgar. Prepare for this little cutie! This is my hamster Sally. (Yes, she certainly knows how to cover up *drumroll*). I hope that she’ll impress you as well with her under-cover-skills! Best regards Caroline M. from Örebro, Sweden.”
I think he does.
From Jennifer A. and Wendy M.
“This is Mia (above), one of my two three-year-old Shih-Tzus. She was pretending to sleep on a long drive, and I thought she was sleeping in a funny position. She popped her head up and looked right at me! Note that there is another dog – Maggie, Mia’s litter mate – also in the back seat, but she has been relegated to a small corner of one of the beds. Mia may have been the runt of the litter, but she (all 8 pounds of her) makes the rules.” -Megan H.
[*NOTE: Check hovers for puppeh deets. We THINK we matched the right text with the right puppeh. Maybe not. -Ed.]
BONUS! Got some more in at the last minute!
EXTRA BONUS! (Redundant much?) We have Squeaky Video. Speakers and Paws UP!
Will you look at that Super Baroo WITH Bonus Slobber Tongue Action? People, who wouldn’t love a face like that!! This is Minnie from Cincinnati, and let’s hear what she has to say:
“Hi, I’m Minnie. Can you please help me find my fur-ever family? I know they are out there. Who wouldn’t love me? I am just as happy as can be and I love to play ball (I even bring it back.) I think kids are great too! Just look at my face…even though I only have one eye, I’m still just as Cute as it gets! Please tell your friends about me, maybe they need me just as much as I need them. PS, I would even love to find a foster home until my fur-ever family comes along.” -XXOO, Minnie.
Morris the Japanese Spitz has had JUST about enough of that little tire, thank you very much!
Even more MO:
We all know typical cat behavior: they ignore you and do what they want. Sometimes, though- they have some new type of behavior hidden up their
Cats can be tricky like that.
Take this first video for example. A perfectly done O…M…G.
Then this kitteh displays a total mastery of every door lock in and outside his living space.
And finally, imagine your embarrassment when you bark like a dog at someone- get busted- and have to switch back to “Meow Mode.”
This is a story about Molly, a UK kitteh. It was Molly’s birthday, and her hoomin decided to order a box of stuff from Amazon UK for her. Problem? It came in an envelope. A Kitteh can’t do much with an envelope.
So naturally, Molly’s hoomin jumped on Twitter.
And Amazon UK responded right away.
Back to you, Molly’s hoomin:
Once more, your turn Amazon UK:
One more from them:
And a few days later…the box arrived! And some incidental stuff Molly ignored.
Sent in by Andrew Y., who is cheating on RN24 by ALSO reading The Consumerist.
Look, this situation is Totally Unacceptable- Sharon B-C (Western Australia ) sent this in. Jed The Doggeh has been in a British Rescue Shelter for…wait for it…OVER SEVEN YEARS. He’s staying at the Dog’s Trust, and is described as “friendly, affectionate and well behaved.” Quoting Mail Online, “He is really cuddly and he loves affection. He spends his day in the office with all the staff, laying on a duvet.”
Is there someone in the UK who’d like to have Jed? The article says “To adopt Jed call 01325 333114.”