From Martina M.
“…….now hand over the peanuts and no one gets hurt! Please?”
“I’m a long-time fan of Cute Overload but think you need a bit more European representation in the squirrel department. I think this photo I took is the best, but I’ll let you decide. It’s hard to tell whether the fuzziness is the focus or the fur!” -Niko.
Too late, looks like he already has.
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says thinks the burrata cheese ‘”looks yummy.’ -Atsuko M.
Why do Westies always look they they are just about to get into some mischief? They haven’t done anything yet…but they’re givin’ it a serious think. Is it just me?
“Hi C.O. Attached for your Nosevember viewing is the boppable nose of Ruby the Westie, We hope you find it Cute Overload-worthy (we think it is). We adopted Ruby 5 years ago from Maryland Westie Rescue and we can’t remember what life was like without her. Thank you for bringing Cuteness to this sometimes not so cute world. Picture by me, Ruby’s mom (aka Jill) using my iPhone.”
“This is Galaxy. I found him on the street in Bucharest, Romania almost 4 weeks ago (on Monday). He grew up a lot faster than I imagined he would, but he is still the most amazing kitten I could have found on my way home.” -Diana.
[*NOTE: Rule of Cuteness #40: Sleeping in a sunbeam is cute.
Without a doubt the cutest Dino we’ve ever seen. Nice suit, too.
Kitteh Baroos are very rare for the simple fact that they ARE cats. Cats do what they want, and they know when you want them to do a Baroo because they can read your mind. Again- because they ARE cats.
“This is our boy, Otto von Blanco (aka Mr. Pickle.) He’s deaf but loves watching and chittering at the squirrels in our yard. These pics were taken one morning when he was extra frustrated by one that refused to respect his authority. Backwards baroos are his speciality so photo #3 below is my fave.” -Rhonda O.
“Last year, you featured my sweet Chloe,” says Diane M. “All of the fame and attention did not go to her sweet little head (she was already a bit of a diva.) Sadly, we lost our little lady in January, :( but she lives on our memories and in the HUNDREDS of pictures that I took of her and her cute little two-tone nosie. Happy Nosevember to you and yours!”
Direne says, “Lucille T. Ball would like to submit this picture for Nosevember consideration.”