Grumpy, this one is. (Episode I was last month.)
Day One: Flip The Grumpy Chug.
Day Two: Chili The Chug.
Day Three: “Hi! With all this Chug Love, I have to introduce you to Kevin. He’s a 3-year-old rescue (shout out to the Nashville Humane Society, which also gave him the name) who shook up our lives with his fickle affection, ridiculous under bite, addiction to socks, obsession with watching the neighborhood cats from the window, love of naps, and general bad attitude.” (Cue music player above.)
“We *think* he’s a Chug because of his body shape and huge energy level, but it’s always up in the air. Regardless, he’s the most-loved little jerk around! Thanks for all you do. Love the site and have lurked for years! Best, Lauren A., Nashville.”
[“Oh yeah. FINALLY, Meme won’t be able to scarf midday snacks. It’s a really smart setup. Locked down like Ft. Knox. No way will she be able to figure it out.]
Master Yoda is finding that it is difficult to train the young Jedi when they have the attention span….of a ferret.
(Say in classic Cary Grant voice: “OK my little friend, I would be more than happy to feed you, but first, I must learn my lines.”
I specifically direct your attention to the sequence starting at :20. “I’ll take that. STUFFSTUFFSTUFF. Run awa- wait. One more? K. GRABGRABGRAB STUFFSTUFFSTUFF.” Why only the right powch?
…you share them with a friend!
Pet Names: Drogo (color: White Panda.) Grizzly (color: Mask.) From Cute Animals.
Are you a kitteh lover in the SF Bay Area? (Yes, I realize that leaves out 99.999% of you- since you live elsewhere. But still.) The Internet Cat Video Festival is coming to San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center for the Arts on January 21, 23, and 24. SFist says “Tickets are $10, and at least one of the showings is already sold out.”
“You love them. You mock them. But one thing you can’t do is stop watching them. Yes, we’re talking about Internet cat videos. Which either represent the pinnacle of human creative achievement, or a sign that the apocalypse is nigh. Or both.” —Los Angeles Times
Curated by Will Braden, the creator of the Henri Le Chat Noir videos, this all-new program contains everything from six second Vine videos to short dramas and documentaries – over 100 videos in all.
[Twirls around in metal thing. Haz fizzy water inside. Snort it up ma nose to get bubbles? Must get this now.]
When the doggeh is named Cat, natch. “This is my pup Cat,” Charley R. says. “She’s a service dog, highly intelligent, has a wicked tiny tennis ball obsession and has me thoroughly wrapped around her little finger.”
Can’t imagine why.