Excuse Me Ma’am, This is the 5 Puppies or Less Express Line

You’re going to have to put one back.

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Cory C., “These are my mom’s recent litter of 9 Golden Retrievers who at 6 weeks visited the vet. This was their first trip out of the house and you can see by their reactions that they were quite anxious (not at all). They are named for princesses (Buttercup, Cinderella, Fiona, Jade, Leah, Rapunzel, Snow White and Prince Charming….one boy).”

That Circle Of Life Thing Gets Me Every Time

Why does Mufasa have to die??

Hakuna matata, little buddy. As seen on SayOMG.

Police Nab Cold Blooded Suspect In Nebraska

(Full disclosure: Positively stole borrowed the brilliant headline from Omaha.com.)

It seems JP The Little Bearded Dragon Dude took a wrong turn somewhere—he usually hangs out Down Undah.

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From Heather D-C.: “Saw this one on the news and wanted to share it with you guys. He is such a cute little guy and the one police officer hid in his car the entire time.”

Photo Assignment Day #3: The Results Are Een

sc0000 - CopyHola, CO Peeps! Wednesday was “Photo Assignment #3: Pocket Pals” day. Here are a few of the submissions we received. Thanx to everyone who sent pix in! Next up: July 10th. Show us a picture of how your pet (or any animal) likes to beat the heat. In a bucket of water..or the shade of a glade?

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There’s a New Caturday in Town

Lemurs are all, “We seem to have wandered into strange territory.”

It’s a catastrophe, Jenny Reisch YouTube

Welcome to Luka’s House

Kinda windy inside today.

On Bemyromance’s YouTube, found by Barbara B., who says, “Wish it were our dog, but t’is not.”

The Prrr-wer of Suggestion

Ever since he was a kitten, all Stanley ever wanted was to be good and stay out of trouble. Only two obstacles stood in his way: a highly suggestible subconscious, and an roommate with a wicked imagination.


Via Monica R.

Doggehs ‘N’ Diplomas

480587_10151314441981348_1371447578_nWe’d like you to meet new grads Bridget E. and service dog Hero. She says on Reddit: “Hero knows over forty commands to assist me! He loves to retrieve objects like envelopes, pens, etc. He also turns off lights, opens doors, and he pulls me in my wheelchair up ramps! I couldn’t have gone to college without him!”

CO wrote to Bridget this afternoon and she responded: “I would like to add that I truly appreciate everyone’s good luck wishes! It is amazing to me that so many people have enjoyed the photo! If they would like to help future service dogs like Hero, please check out the Illini Service Dogs site & also on FB and YouTube. I’m the founder of the Illini Service Dogs, providing service dogs for free to people with physical disabilities.”

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HuffPo says, “According to posts on Reddit, the photo was taken at the Saturday (5/11) convocation ceremony of the College of Applied Health Sciences at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.”

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The story was originally submitted from Cuteporter Richard C., who added: “I think I may have found a photo that has made my heart grow three sizes today.”

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Graduation ceremony photo from HuffPo. All other photos provided by Bridget E. Thumbnail hover borrowed from Fleurdamour.

Friday Haiku Too: Micro Crabster

Tiny hermit crab
With his very own small shell
A cute little guy.

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“Flickr user sleepychinchilla photographed this teeny-tiny hermit crab (and its sweet spiral shell home) on the island of Olhuveli in the Maldives in 2008.” -Cuteporter Michelle.

Flashback Friday

Climbing up the ladder of success is hard. ‘speshly when you’re a-skeered of heights.

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Various sources including Vintage Everyday and Buzzfeed. Origin unknown.

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