Sorta reminds you of this little feller, don’t it?
This kitteh and sausage dog are battling it out to see WHO is King Of The Castle.
These Bebeh McSkunksters are just Ten Tons O’ Fun. The first two photos are worth the price of admission alone.
But the last photo is just outta sight.
SKUNKLET FEET! TWO OF ‘EM! Need some BONGO FEET SFX, STAT! (Clunk, ded.)
Orphaned baby skunklets from Coast & Canyon Wildlife Rehabilitation in Malibu, CA. -KB.
Trimming your yard’s trees?
Please hold off until later
If you see small sqwerls.
“It seems like just yesterday that we released the last of our spring baby squirrels but the fall baby season has already begun. If your trees need trimming, waiting until November or December is the best thing you can do for squirrel moms and the babies in their care…short of planting more trees, of course. Thanks for looking out for wildlife!” -California Wildlife Center FB.
A dollah a slobbah. Sounds like a GREAT idea.
From Kerri M.
If you’re sitting at a desk now, move anything away from in front of the monitor. That’s where your head is gonna land.
The Force is strong with this one.
(As sender-inner Rosie puts it, “Warning: Sooooo much cute all in one lovely place!! Helmets should be mandatory for viewing!”)
“Gigi the dog catches a free ride from one of the cows at milking time, on Tang Hameson’s farm at High Falls, New York. (Photo by H. William Tetlow/Fox Photos/Getty Images. 20th May 1968.) From Vintage Everyday.
[Note: No, No, NO. No one is killing BAMBI. "Killdeer" is a bird. -Ed.]
Mom and Bebeh Killdear hanging out in a TEXTBOOK display of Rule Of Cuteness #07: A thing, accompanied by a smaller version of that thing, is always cute. Let’s tag ‘em with MATCHINGKS, too.
From Peter Green at Providence Raptors.
From The C.O. Mailbag:
“Dear C.O., I love Cute Overload, but I have noticed that you don’t post enough hummingbirds. Hummingbirds conform to many Rules Of Cuteness, namely: #14: If an everyday, small item makes you look small, it’s cute. But they also have peeping tongues and disapproving looks! And they nest in the funniest places. I am sending you some photos from this slideshow at the Cornell Labs of Ornithology. These aren’t mine, so I can’t give permission, but here is a link to the slideshow.” -Anna S.
“This is my friend’s step-puppy Chili. Everyone says he should be a star!” -Tina D. [With THAT side-eye? No doubt. -Ed.]