Wow, if we could smuggle this kitty into a casino, we’d clean up.
I thwart villains with my intelligence and mighty bag.
Thanks to fellow crime fighter, Treether.
I am the keeper of your dessstiny. (leans closer) State your business. Choose wisely.
Give Gregory a bag of raisins and ye shall pass, m104!
We all know the feeling: It’s two in the morning, you can’t sleep, and you keep thinking “You know, what would really mellow me out is watching a dog trying to lick a parakeet. But how to find it?” Luckily, cuteologist Josh Worth has created CritterVidder, a handy matrix of interspecies snorgling. Check out these examples:
GET OUT! [pushing you against a wall] this is PURE REDONKULOUSNESS!
Chief Sister Occifer spotted this one on our other favorite site, Dlisted.
Mmm, I know I shouldn’t, but before I know it, my paws put it in my mouth. How does that happen?
There are times when a squirrel needs something a little more, Tomi T.
I’ll cheer up because
Charlie Brown says happiness
Is a warm puppy
Sender-inner Lauren V.’s basset hound baby is just a li’l peanut.
In a darkened city, in the middle of the night, a lone worker sits working at his desk, doing your taxes.
Ammy H., Spot can’t go on like this! Ammy’s story: “So my Mom calls and says, “We just rescued a kitten! I know you were thinking of getting a buddy for Pixel. Do you suppose your could take her?” And I say, “Well, hmm, maybe, hem, haw.” And then my cousin sends pictures to my phone. Next thing I know, I’m meeting my mom, and taking custody of a really cute, really tiny kitten. She went to the office for the first few days because she was too small to stay home by herself. You can see how much help she was.”
about the new art installation, “Lionhead Bunnies Poised in Front of Orange Polka Dots”?
The artist is juxtaposing mod, pop-art with classic lines and intrinsic softness.
I am puzzled, yet intrigued. I am reserving my opinion.
This work looks kinda spotty to me.
If you twist your head, put your chin against your shoulder and cross your eyes the dots are in 3D!
Kudos to the artist, Ian E.
Traveled down the road and back again
Your heart is true you’re a pal and a confidant.
And if you threw a party
Invited everyone you knew
You would see the biggest gift would be from me
And the card attached would say thank you for being a friend.
Devon L. tells us that Harold (the orange one) and Maverick (the silver one) were from two different litters from two different shelters two hours apart, but still grew up best friends. Lyrics by Andrew Gold.