It’s like Simon’s Cat—FOR DOGS

Everyone loves Simon’s Cat animated shorts right? RIGHT! Bird Box Films has the puppeh equivalent: “Dinner.”

And bonus Simon’s Cat action:

This Pixar-esque action courtesy of alert movie-porter Newton M.

OMG YOU HAVE TO SEE THIS PROSHNESS

Sender-Inner Djamila V. writes:

“Hi cuteoverload!
We found this kitten crying in the backyard a week ago. We think she was probably abandoned by her mother, since there are a lot of stray cats in our neighborhood. When we found her she was hiding in the bushes, that’s why we called her “Hyder”. She still loves to hide as you can see in the video (tissue boxes apparently offer a great napping spot):”

She adds: “Hyder loves her little box and will sleep there any chance she gets. We’ll have to upgrade her box before too long. She’s getting big, fast!”

Ehnnnnch-woims

Not sure what I like more – the jaunty musak or the ‘ehn!!!‘ stylings of these little guys:


Sender-Inner Patricia A. knows that we love these ‘Ehn!’ moments.

I KNOW HOW TO GET THE CHICKS

Mr. Buns is holding court, People.


Ademiromano found this B.B.o.C. (Big Bun on Campus) pic.

We’re on safari to stay…

So tell the teacher we’re surfin’


Surfin’ USA.


(Our instructor even looks like Brian Wilson.)


More deets on Pismo and Goatee over at SF Gate! PS: Cred to Mrs. Brinke for spotting the story foist.

Son, it’s time you learned about…girl puppehs

Daddy Corgeh is about to give Junior Corgeh THE TALK about Corgis and bees.

Or something.


Thanks for the Corgage, Ant!

THIS JUST IN: Kute Klinging Koala

This is the story of a koala so adorable, he could only be called Crescent Head Jimmy. Orphaned in 2009 and weighing less than two pounds, Jimmy was rescued by Koala Hospital Port Macquarie, who raised him and returned him to the wild. Years later, a collection of his photos became a Internet sensation.




More kuddly koala kuteness on Australia’s Facebook page.

Harold Prepares for Damage Control

(All right, keep it together… Don’t look flustered, that’s the important thing… Now, I’ll need a cover story… Something ran under the slide and I dove for it, yeah, that’ll work… So, a squirrel, maybe? No, too simple… Bigfoot? Wait, that’s silly, he’d never fit down there… A leprechaun? Think, Harold, think!)


“GOOD GRIEF BE LOOKING 4 THEESE 1″ says Brinke G.

Friday Haiku: Quantum Leap

Your haiku subject:

Spring lamb in more ways than one

Hop to it, poets

YOUR MOVE MARU

Ehn!


I think Maru is a box man, Carrie T.

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