Ladies and gentlemen, we give you the alarm clock from Hell. Obviously, this kitty would never run around and desert you — he can’t even RickRoll out of bed.
Listen, sorry to bother you while you’re eating, but I was filling out your feeding chart just now, and my pen seems to have fallen into your mixed greens. And that was kind of my favorite lime green Flair felt-tip, probably wouldn’t agree with you anyway, so if you’ll hold still for a moment, I’ll just reach in and…
You know, on second thought, you go ahead. Really, that’s fine.
From the National Geographic Picture of the Day, courtesy of Marilyn T.
SNÖRG stacking pets enliven any home, yet stack neatly away when not in use. Available in assorted colors (grey/tan pictured). Also available: HÖP stacking bunny, SQUËK stacking mouse, MÏCRÔB stacking single-celled organism.
Can I borrow your Allen wrench, Robin R.? (via here)
“… nine hundred and ninety eight, nine hundred and ninety nine, one thousand!”
“OK, did all you mice find a hiding place? Good, now stay there and let me sleep.”
We’d let a cutie like Isabella find us every time, Jessica C.
Says CurlygirlKathy: “I was walking through town in Northampton, MA and came across this sight. Only in a crazy town like Northampton would there be a place to park your cow while you go shopping!”
It’s… it’s dark in there, and all the furniture’s too small for me, and this one doll — the really old porcelain one in the blue pinafore? — when you’re not looking, she draws a line across her neck and goes “kkrrrricccchhhh!”
Kiki can come play house with us anytime, Shirley M.
“Hmm, kemosabe. Herd of cats stampeding this way… two, mebbe three miles due south… and it doesn’t actually help when you press my ear to the ground like that.”
Whoever heard of a herd of cats, Heidi B.?