I would like to express how very, very, very, very, very, disappointed I am. You really, really, really let me down. I don’t need to say what it was you did. I’m sure you know. Just don’t let it happen again.
Buller the Rabbit, via Kristoffer Trolle.
Things are kinda quiet on a Caturday Night—let’s see what’s playin’ on the ol’ iPad.
“In order to keep cat harmony in the household (since his brother Gravy recently made C.O.), I thought it was only fair to submit a picture of Biscuits, who can’t get enough of bird & squirrel videos. When he’s not gazing longingly at video birds, he can often be found yelling and/or pawing at the screen, or watching the Aquarium show on Netflix on the big TV. Thanks for doing what you do!” -Drea.
Cuteporter Halia K. sent us this story and video. “I read this on a Swiss website. Apparently, it’s considered good luck in Russia to have a cat cross the threshold of a new home before anybody else. Picking up on this tradition, a Russian bank’s renting out “specially trained” cats to new home buyers who entered a mortgage agreement. The bank’s clients are asked to sign a document agreeing not to mistreat these animals, and that they won’t hold the bank responsible for any potential damages caused by the feline.”
PS- “Some people need coffee or energy drinks to survive their workday; I have Cute Overload! Thank you for your fantastic work!” -H.K.
PPS- “Being called a “Cuteporter” would make my day.”
Just wind Ohagi up AND LET ‘ER GO!!!!!
Spotted by Smedley.
After this, San Francisco will never be the same.