Remember says Jorden C., if confronted by an adult-aged black bear, just be calm and act cool and merely ask the bear a question. Problem solved [clapping hands in ‘done’ motion]
Those teefs were working overtime, and now Bootzilla (um, what kind of dog name is that please tell moi in the comments) has to take a Time Out™.
Sara K. took this shot on her iPhone. [Patting back]
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C.O.X.B.S.C.U.! [Cute Overload XTreme Bratty, Snarling Close-Up!]
Jason wouldn’t ever want to stifle Penelope’s grrrrrrowth, Renate.
This will either make the most obedient, loyal, eager to please cat ever, or it will put it in therapy for years.
Here’s the story from sender-inner Alaina M., “I just brought a baby kitten home after getting her checked out at the vet (found her sans-mommy in a flower garden). These pictures are from her first day at her new home, with my dog, whom she views as her new mommy now. You can see the kitten sleep-suckling on the dog’s fur, adorbz. The puppy’s name is Burnett (or Burnie for short) and the kitten’s name is Junebug.”
Next in today’s program, we will enjoy Mozart’s Serenade No. 13 in G Major, performed by The Hairless Headbanger Trio.
Let us contemplate where would we all be today if not for the spirit of sharing our harvest.
Let us give a generous thanks for the bounteous harvest which hast been given unto us.
That’s gratitude with attitude, Miriam S.
Update: This is Jeffrey, Nancy & Rich’s beloved American Red Squirrel, when he was about 5” tall.
Uh oh, everybody brought hay.
And Phil from Accounting’s all hopped up on celery.
There’s going to be a lot of talk at the water cooler on Monday, Kindall D.
Not that I’m knocking Thanksgiving; it’s my favorite holiday. I work the room, do the “soulful eyes” bit, rake in the table scraps. Pretty sweet deal. But there’s one thing I’ll never figure out: How do they manage to get pumpkin pie from one of these things?
Leeloo’s a lovely licker, Erika T.