The teeniest thing

The tiniest submission was just made by alert reader Abigail Lundberg, who credits Google images with this precious find. Who knows what it is—it’s simply cute.

God love the Japanese

Once again, the Japanese make us want to commit hari kiri in the battle of who can deliver the CUTEST items to market. I bow before you. Audience, may I submit the following evidence; “Wanroom Phone”, “Strawberry Cat-cake” and the pièce de résistance; Wan Wan bed (whatever that means but it comes with slippers!).Please have mercy on us, for we can never compete! These fine items are products of the “Spiral and Circle” website. You can also find the bed and slippers here!



Rule of Cuteness #7: A thing, accompanied by a smaller version of that thing, is always cute

This rule could also be called the Japanese rule of cuteness. Japanese characters are always accompanied by a little friend that helps them along, provides humor on demand, etc. AKA the Paris Hilton rule.
Props to The Australian Embassy!

Mee-allgh? does it again with their kitten photos. Kitten-Pants here can hardly keep his eyes open.


Meanwhile, on the U.S.S. Chinchilla…

My friends—dee time has come for my perfect plans to be REALIZED! Say hello to my Giant LAZER! As soon as Colonel Hamster joins me on dee deck, we shall take over dee WORRRRRLD! [sweeping gestures with paws]

Ah, screw eet. He’s napping again!

-Special thanks to Alert reader Wendy Nelson!-

Your flu shot can’t save you now

The flu season really doesn’t seem so bad, with adorable plush microbes from Think Who wouldn’t want a festive Ebola or Gonnorhea microbe infecting their Christmas stocking this year?

Oh no you di-int

Don’t yell ‘AHNNNNNN!” so loud! Your boss might hear you.
Thanks so much, Yayhooray!

Cute gets props on Rocketboom!

I’m at 14 and a half minutes of fame, People!


Paris Hilton eat your heart out

More from the Sugar Glider flying Squirrel department, this frat bro seems to be enjoying the company of a fabulous lil’ pet.

This just in: Shelley’s Sugargliders

Alert reader Shelley sends the following delectable photo of her former roommate’s sugargliders to We greatly appreciate such a fine submission! Their names are "Kai" (boy) and "Rin" (girl) (natch) and are absolutely prosh.


What do Sugargliders look like mid-glide in your living room, when you least expect it just as you place your Thanksgiving Turkey on the table? Why this, of course! Perfectly caught mid-flight by the apt-named Squirrels R




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