Is ‘MooPi’ his title or the name of his moustachioed muzzlepowche?
See Jabba The Frog
With This One The Force Is Strong
When In His Small Pond
From Jedi Jennifer F.: “This is Jabba. After rescuing him from a fisherman’s hook, Jabba retired in my pond. When he wasn’t hunting finches that flew overhead, he enjoyed the delicacy of a big ‘ol earthworm.”
I mean it, really. The whole roaring, king-of-the-jungle thing, I just love what you’re doing. It’s so true and so empowering, and you’re such a role model for me, and I just think you need to know that about yourself, so… thank you, man. Thank you.
Via Elsie esq.
C’mon, raise your hands, let’s see ‘em.
“This little guy is a Quokka. It is a marsupial the size of a cat. It lives on an island called Rottnest Island, which is near Perth, on the west coast of Australia. The creature petting him is named Sowmya. She was having a bad day when a Quokka came out of the bush to say hi!”
[I bet the bad day ended right here. -Ed]
Cuteporter Doug E. checking in from Winnipeg, Manitoba…a LONG bike ride to Perth.
And now everyone, for your Peg, the-kind-hearted-Mom-who-helps-Edward-Scissorhands, moment!
Fave, “My, those are your hands? Those are your hands! What happened to you? Where are your parents? Um… Your mother? Your father? Are you alone? Do you live up here all by yourself?” Frame:
Lydia K., via YouTube. Video possibly from Bat Rescue Inc. Unconfirmed. Any info appreciated!
“Each year vaccinated wildlife rescuers hand rear baby flying foxes. At the end of the hand rearing process, (usually at about 13 weeks of age) the weaned babies are sent to baby bat crèche where they learn appropriate battie socialization skills. Tobermory had wing tip injuries sustained on rescue and shared the hospital aviary with several others, including 2 little guys who still required a morning bottle feed. As I searched in the bedding materials for the recipients, (weaned) Tobermory snuck over and made off with one of the bottles. I was impressed with his stealth and ingenuity and the fact he knew the bottle needed to be upended for the milk to flow. He afterwards got a bowl of warm milk for his trouble. Tobermorey is a grey headed flying fox and after his injuries were resolved, he was released back into the wild with his 60 crèche companions.”
Should be, though. Gotta get one of these.
“I discovered this guy when I was on my honeymoon in Italy.” -Rebecca B.
Voilà, Ellie in all her purrrrrrrrrrrrr-fection. Turn it up a bit for the full effect.
From Cuteporter Lauren U.: “Here’s my 14 year old kitty, Ellie, de-stressing after a rough week in Watertown, MA. (We’re a little less than 1 mile from where they caught him.) She spent the morning fluffing her toe fuzz and promptly fell asleep purring.”
You won’t see ‘em any better than this. Ya take your Sony DSC-WX50 camera, line ‘er up, and ZAP.
“Helloooooo! These are pictures of my kitty, Kippo. He is a Devon Rex and he is 11 years old, which according to the chart at the vet, that means he is 60! He’s an old man and he loves to hide under any covers that he can find. He is currently hiding in my purple bed. He is SO cute! Don’tcha think?!” -Annie H.