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I am a good kitten. I am fun to be with. I am the master of my box addiction. I will show that ball of string who’s boss around here. I am not going to pay a lot for this muffler. I am the Eggman; they are the Eggmen; I am the Walrus, goo goo ga joob. Because I’m good enough, I’m cute enough, and catgone it, people like me.”

We celebrate your supportive sender-innering contributiveness, Mileni D. Photo by Alec D.

Know Your Obscure Folklore!

According to ancient Japanese legend, if a white cat smiles at you while balancing cherry tomatoes, you will suffer an ice cream headache during an ocean voyage.

Sent in by Masako, who thinks that this cat, Shironeko, could be the next Maru.

How to Assemble Your Puppy

Incorrect:

Correct:

From sender-inner Whitney S.: “This is Bailey!  In the first picture, she was so ‘puppy sleepy’ that she fell off her little bed into that position and then just fell right back asleep!”

Is this the line for the milk dropper?!

HEY!

K-riz sends in pics AND rehabilitates them.

You Sir

…are a HANDFUL!

That last picture made me yawn too, Niki L.

Rasta cat say

“We gotta legalize catnip, Mon!”

No complaints here, Stacey W.

Peanut tobacky

…tastes WAY better than the regular flavor.

Spitttoooooooiiiiing!

Laura S. and Chippy hang out at the backyard spittoon together.

Terrifying Things Come in Small Packages

He is the scariest thing I’ve ever seen…

No, I can do this! They said we have to get along, so I’m going to give it a shot. Maybe he’s not so scary…

Nope, I was right the first time. He’s terrifying.

Maybe some therapy will help, Claudia R. and owner Kristen.

What tools!

They’re an opposable thumb away from RULING THE WORLD!

Wait—THEY HAVE OPPOSABLE THUMBS! RUN FOR YOUR LIVES!

Jorden C. Broke this story open…

Stalking the Wild Letter Carrier

Day 24: I gave my porter a break so I could watch the herd across the river.  Most of them had moved to the tall rushes, where their uniforms camouflaged them.  From their skittish chatter, I could tell they sensed my presence.  It was a waiting game now, and I played it better than any hunter alive.

Photograph by Art Verduzco, scoped out by the ever-reliable Marilyn T. and Susan W., as seen on the Daily Dozen National Geographic.

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