Great story from Nicole D. in The Great White North! “I was bicycling in the country when I spotted a little black ball huddled against a guard-rail post on the side of a busy road. I checked in with local wildlife experts who told me it was probably orphaned and assured me they’d take it if I could capture it and deliver it to them –200 kilometers away! With the help of an old pair of leather gloves, a plastic bin and family members who each drove a part of the way, we relayed the little critter to the Toronto Wildlife Centre where they will take care of it until it is old enough to be released back to the wild.”
[I don’t DO windows. This HAS to be the work of the Cat.]
And look closely. Juuuust a suggestion of some Prosh Underbite Action™ going on there, am I right?
Jim S. says, “This is Bettie ‘Louise’ Whitepaws Shumate (it helps to picture Louise Belcher from Bob’s Burgers to truly appreciate the “Louise” in her name.) Her momma was a puggle, and her daddy just had to have more than a little chihuahua in him. She loves naps, chips and anything shreddable. She Side-Eyes like a pro, loves to cross her paws and and chews more powerfully than any large dog we’ve ever had.”
[And I hope my dinner is READY AND WAITING FOR ME this time.]
Sounds like the usual “Why did the Chicken” joke- but this really did happen, earlier today on San Francisco’s Bay Bridge.
CHP officers successfully apprehended the Chicken and took it to a local animal shelter.
But not before @BridgeChicken could log on and set up a…Twitter account.
Look….closely. If you scroll allll the way down to the bottom of Cute Overload.com, you’ll see it on the bottom left corner at the browser’s edge. Click the image to enlarge.
WHERE DID THAT SMILEY FACE COME FROM???????
Not much more you could cram into this post, but then again, why would you want to? “Above: Chisai…bottom: Ookie. Pictures, and waffles by mom. The one time….when I made miniature sug-sized waffles.” -Twinkle.
[This is a picture of me and my mom. The camera guy said ‘OK look at the camera but she didn’t want to. Trust me, she’s real pretty. She drools a lot, but we all tend to do that.] Imgur/Reddit.
Beau the Ohio Corgi is always found to be roaming the house in the late afternoon when the hoomins come home. They decided to set up a security cam (And license the footage to Barcroft #ulterior motive #ka-ching) to find out.
They just don’t make puppeh gates like they used to.