Sender-Inner Kimberly writes; “My cat, Gus, sets out to prove his theory that humans also have an axis of snorgling. Unfortunately for me he enjoys proving his point when I’m attempting to sleep and I’m at my most vulnerable.”
… and raise you a little OMGPONY with an OMG EVEN LITTLER PONIEEZ!!!1!!!11!!
Awwww! Give us a little smile!
How about a little drink?
And let’s give sender-inner DB a great big little hand!
Once again, the Daily Mail delivers. Please check out this miniscule pony molecule. “Koda” the mini horse was ALSO born a dwarf.
Apparently, she’s so small, “Koda is so small that he is often mistaken for a battery-operated soft toy.”
More photos over at the Daily Mail.
No, really, it’s a together look. Those checkerboard leggings really work with the plaid in that kilt, the feather boa nicely softens the effect of those leather gauntlets, and that “Partridge Family” lunch box makes a chic evening bag. And I agree with you: That yellow-and-pink bra is too pretty to be worn underneath your blouse; good call on that one. So you’ll be home early, then?
Just in time for Friday Happy Hour, it’s Balbinka the Guinea Peeg in a yellow crocheted hat. I hope you’re happy now.
And P.S., Check out this hilariousness with the ‘Victorian filter’ too:
As ushe, thanks to Pyza for her fabulousness in pocket pet photos.
Apparently, kitteh “Maxxie” was found as a “lone orphan” in a friend’s backyard. According to Sender-Inner-Adopterer Stephanie, that’s why he has such sad eyes.
Sits shyly in summer shade
Her haiku heaven
Lovely “Poupette” courtesy lecritiquedeparfum.com
Those elusive, perfectly soft, snuggular triangles that happen to be attached to a bear head!
Found in their wild habitat. Here they come…
C.O.X.B.E.C.U. (Cute Overload Xtreme Bear Ear Close Up)
Liz S. captured these find aural specimens. More of her Kodiak, AK shoot here.