Ah, the hues of greens and blues. Throw in a dash of pink and purple and you’ve got a pleasing combination. Why don’t more sports teams have uniforms that resemble the colors in these animals?
Sometimes I just get a little down. I think about how I’m not getting any younger, like life is passing me by, you know? And sometimes, I think I can be sorta catty. I know I should really try to be nicer, but it’s such hard work. It’s all very tiring and sad.
I don’t know if anything would make me feel better.
Maybe a live fish.
Kitty prosaic (catnip), STAT, Danielle Levesque.
This four part series will examine the horn of plenty that is nature’s Crayola© box. Also, there will be cute animals.
Let us begin with ginger. Hell, fill the screen with it.
This is way above par, Submar.
There all sorts of reasons why things pair up. We have recently received a glut of awesome duos. We have compiled and organized some of them for your viewing and squeeing pleasure.
Parent and Child Duos: Bound together by blood and love and stuff.
One sided Duos: When one is an inanimate object.
Friendship Duos: Sisters and brothers from other mothers.
Duos of Convenience: Sometimes it’s handy to hook up.
Uncertain Duos: When the outcome is unknown.
Our thanks to (in order of appearance): Ajdin Samurai, Christof Stache, 1-Ace, JChip (puppy with stuffy and girl with dog), Fanpop.com, Cutestpaw.com, Skip, JGState 1 (grey kitty with tan dog and Cavalier with tortois), No Name, Pixdaus, Isleshocky, Attack of the Cute, Ajay Vichra, Picturedude and Artemis.
Pre paw swats
It’s okay, friend. I know it’s hard being a teenager. Everything is the end of the world and you have very little control of your limbs and emotions.
Love my neck and cry it out. Then we’ll go get you some longer shorts.
Why the long face, Plasker6?
She thought she had a lot of kids? Check out my creep. Hey, I’m not puttin’ my kids down, that’s what you call a group of tortoises.
Is this what the slow movement is about, Catnik?
This just in! Commenter G found the original story and photos from Cambridge News. Thank you so much, G!
Daniel writes a blog about DIYing, thrifting and fixing up his apartment called Manhattan Nest. Daniel has a ginormous heart and took a needful stray into his fold and then wrote about it.
Here’s Linus the pup before Daniel took him in:
Here is Linus after some tender loving care:
Go read the full story on Daniel’s Blog. Have tissues handy and shout out a big thanks to Allie for sending in this delicious story.
When I’m scared or lonely, I take my big bushy tail and pop it in my gob. Voilaá! Instant comfort.
This picture pacifies me, Shmyks!
I totally forgot to turn off the stove!
Dontcha hate that feeling, Peasant?