Those kitties are shameless, Nakuspienne.
[blowing keeses] Yoo hooooo! [shows a leetle leg] There’s lots more where that came from! [sing song]
I promeese I wont bite …hard. (Rawrr!)
Flaunt your gams, Polar Bear Porn.
It’s Stroke the Hedgehog, the newest handheld game! No speed boosts, no power ups, just relaxing belly-rubbing action. Ahhhhhhhh…
Think these kittehs are on a special secret mission to spy on hoomins? No—they’re just attempting to hide:
Photos via The Ellen Show: #1 from Kim M, #2 from Maddi G, and #3 from Darlene M.
I always say, to keep your home super clean, feed your cat on a paper plate. Then you can just throw it in the trash!
The secret to inner peace is finding the upside to the downside. I will show you.
I found true happiness not in wealth and fame. I found it right here, on my “Yay!” paw pads. See?!
How did Maru type all that?! Images from the book, I Am Maru, by Mugumogu.
[Time Out from our reg-you-lar programming for this message from the Cute Overload Pup-Lic™ Service Department]
Cute Overload is celebrating ‘tocks of all kinds this month (#Tocktober, duh) but let’s not forget People: it’s also National Adopt A Shelter Dog month! All over the US of A there are lotz of doggehs in shelters just waitin’ for you to stop by and take them home! They’ll even go to homes with cats!
Check here to loin more!
Photo submeesh of doggeh “Pennoyer” from Layshauni Rodriguez.
They sat on the bench in silence, staring straight ahead at the laundry tumbling in their respective dryers. The small dog on his knee was an inheritance of sorts, from an ex-girlfriend last seen on the back of a Harley, fresh tattoo still healing on her thigh, leaving him behind for parts unknown. The large dog had been meant to provide a sense of protection, but had mainly protected her from the prospect of a second date, having chased a long line of suitors off her front porch never to return.
The small dog looked at the large dog. The large dog looked at the small dog. And though neither could speak, they caught a glint of awareness in each others’ eyes, a shared spark that united them in thought, and in that brilliant moment they both knew… they really, really liked bacon.
This time please skip the little green stink tree.
Check Corbin the Corgi’s blog!