And this is not eet!
And this is not eet!
The American Heart Association’s got some news. Wanna hear?
Quoting their release: “Owning a pet, particularly a dog, could reduce your risk of heart disease.” #WIN.
“Dog ownership in particular may help reduce cardiovascular risk. People with dogs may engage in more physical activity because they walk them.” #DOUBLEWIN.
“Pets can have a positive effect on the body’s reactions to stress.” #TRIPLEWIN.
Video #1 from the Pet Collective.
Photo 1: “This is my moms Shorkie (Shih tzu/yorkie) puppy Georgie. She named him Georgie after George Strait after she tried to get tickets to his concert and they sold out immediately, so she used her ticket money to buy Georgie. I think she got the better bargain!” -Amy S.
Photo 2: From Reddit.
Photo 3: “This is Millie, my sweet foster doggie, telling me that SHE rescued me…isn’t that the truth?” -Jenn K.
She’s kind, adorable, fashionable and even has roommates! If this was a show, I’d watch everyday.
…then “Elephant Jumping On Trampoline” should be right up your alley. Thanks to Commenter Baileysgrandmom for the teep!
Apparently it is a normal day at Kimberly A.’s house.
“I wanted to share a picture with you of my two 10-month old kittens. We adopted them this past December. The one on the left is Stark (Tony Stark -Iron Man) and the one on the right is Banner (Bruce Banner – Hulk). They decided they were ready to join the Avengers on their next mission. (The second picture is of them playing in the sink right around when we got them) Hope you enjoy!” Kimberly A.
Usually kittehs EAT sushi. This time, they ARE sushi. This site is connected somehow. I think. Maybe. Lost in translation, we are. Gonna give these a guess- see hovers.
UPDATE: Tracked this back through several websites and found some more info.
I’ve been deep-sea diving since I was old enough to swim, and I guess you could say I’ve seen it all. Gossamer jellyfish billowing like clouds, delicate fingers of coral in crystal blue reefs, the glint of sunlight reflected by vast schools of fish. But nothing can prepare you for the day you encounter your very first mermaid.
(Photo removed, but may be seen at Karen Dillabough Photography on Facebook.)
We’re tryin’ to get our play on. Go take some pictures of trees or sumpin’.
Jesse the Lab and Gordy the Bassett should get a room, Katie K.
4 out of 5 big sisters agree, bad puns and passing gas are dumb.
Sender inner Ivy G. tells us, “This is 10 month old Tony inside the house, with big sister Marcy looking on in annoyance. We got Tony last year as a three-month old and it’s taken Marcy a long time to accept him (begrudgingly):).”
Check your CO Calendar- today’s Photo Assignment Day #3: how much cuteness can you put in your pocket? Grab your hedgie, hamster, gerbil, ratso, puppeh or kitteh- if they can fit in your pocket, we’d like to see the photo! It could end up right here on Cute Overload. Here’s where to send it!
Photo by The Furrtographer.