“This was posted on the FB page for “NestWatch: Cornell Lab of Ornithology” and named the winner in the ‘Cutest Baby’ category of their Home Tweet Home photo contest on August 4th. Titled ‘Baby Piping Plover,’ by Kim Caruso of Massachusetts.” -Nicky B.
Ladies & Gentlemen- a C.O. foist! The C.O. debut of a little maniac known as a QUOLL. Cuteporter Stephen sent us an article from WAToday.com.au, and it says that these little dudes are endangered. Not good. Anyway, these guys were discovered in Kimberley, WA (Western Australia.) The article also says “A Bandicoot was also detected by camera on Buckle Head.”
[A Bandicoot…at Buckle Head! Such names. What a place. Must go. -Ed.]
Stephanie M. tells us, “This is my little Sheltie pup named Benson. He likes to get into his basket of toys* (who needs to pull them out, when you can get in and chew them all at once?!,) snuggle and just be overall way too cute.” No argument there, Steffer. BTW- allll-most lookin’ at Rule #50 there, too.
[*Note: Couldn’t use the basket photo ’cause it was kinda blurry, but it was Cute, believe me. -B.]
Here ya go!
[Here, let me get your coat. Wait, it’s hot out, you don’t need that. KEYS! You always need keys. And your glasses! And…my leash, yeah!]
“This is Hiro Nakamura. He is a Cavoodle, my nephew. Xx, Amanda G.”
“This is Clementine…our new rescue pup. She has recently discovered the magic of micro fiber fleece sheets. We call her “Sad Clown Face” but she is happy as can be. (Many thanks to my twin, Jennifer B., for capturing this snoozy moment!) And thank you, Cute Overload, for taking the time to glance at our new-found happiness!” -Janice P.
You’re a big ol’ Blorp, floatin’ along at the Mystic Aquarium, and you’ve had quite enough of little ankle biters waving at you and pounding on the glass. So whadya do? Give ’em a taste of their own medicine. (Fun starts @ :52.)
“Hey C.O., I wanted to point your attention to B2L House, in Sunnyvale, CA. It’s run by a lovely woman named Friederike. She takes in special need birds, but mostly houses Cockatiels. Last I checked she had around 140 birds in her care. Naturally, she incurs a lot of medical expenses, and is probably always in need of funds to take care of the little ones. She took in my Cockatiel named Cloud (below) when her medical bills hit $5,000.” -Jonathan H.
[FB page is here. -Ed.]
[And this was WAY before “Photobombs” and “Selfies.” Those were the days. -Ed.]
Hey Ed, get a LOAD of these stoopid Landcruiser types!
Although, we do look… kinda awesome…
[head tilts to side to check out mirror]
Amy K., Say ‘Hi’ to Nairobi for me…
“Thank you for this wonderful site! I have been an avid reader for years and it would be a birthday wish (31 today!) come true if you can feature my Puggle, Gigi. We just recently moved from LA to Raleigh, NC and the move was a logistical mess! My Puggle and I were separated from my husband and Yorkie Mutt for what seemed like forever while we waited for the moving vans. Gigi wanted to tell the story from her perspective so she made this on my iPad. Honest.” -Alexandra G.