The nosicle is a key component in the life of a puppeh. This versatile accessory can do everything from sniff out a kitteh hiding in the bushes, to snorgling with his/her favorite hoomin. Snorfing up treats is always a pleasure, too. UPDATE: You submit, we approve! Check out the newest snorf-tastic photo at the very bottom, from comment-er tracylee!
She thought she had a lot of kids? Check out my creep. Hey, I’m not puttin’ my kids down, that’s what you call a group of tortoises.
Is this what the slow movement is about, Catnik?
This just in! Commenter G found the original story and photos from Cambridge News. Thank you so much, G!
Daniel writes a blog about DIYing, thrifting and fixing up his apartment called Manhattan Nest. Daniel has a ginormous heart and took a needful stray into his fold and then wrote about it.
Here’s Linus the pup before Daniel took him in:
Here is Linus after some tender loving care:
Go read the full story on Daniel’s Blog. Have tissues handy and shout out a big thanks to Allie for sending in this delicious story.
When I’m scared or lonely, I take my big bushy tail and pop it in my gob. Voilaá! Instant comfort.
This picture pacifies me, Shmyks!
I totally forgot to turn off the stove!
Dontcha hate that feeling, Peasant?
What do ewe want to do today?
Ewe want me to eat grass?!
I’m not laughing at ewe, I’m not laughing at ewe!
Sigh. The things I have to do for ewe.
Ewe know, it’s not too baaa-aaad.
Here, I made this for ewe. It’s art neweveau.
I had fun with ewe today. The grass was OK. But my favorite part was EWE!
More power to ewe, Nerothos
I don’t care if this is right or wrong; it’s real, real funny.
Visit Dogshaming for more photos of dogs who were delightfully bad.
Because Primrose the premie donkey was born with weak front legs, she gets to wear the ultimate pair of toe shoes until she can stand on her own four feet.
Thoroughly unimpressed FaveFrame™!
Who is the one being trained?
Nellie is a well-trained sea otter at Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium in Tacoma, Washington.