Now I Have to Find Dory?

Geez, things were just getting settled down after finding Nemo, and they’re telling me I gotta go out again? Haven’t any fish out there heard of GPS?

Via Josh-n.


Dobby, sir. Just Dobby. Dobby the house-corgi.

“Dobby sat with his great eyes fixed in an expression of watery adoration.”

Proud mama, Lee, tells us, “I am Dobby the Corgi’s proud human. He is indeed named after the beloved and noble house-elf of Harry Potter. I have documented the life and times of this stubbular fellow at Raising Dobby. (<- check it out! It’s really good!)

For Your Eyes Only

This one (including the great 007 title) is from Mary C., who tells us “This is Hattie. She has to watch me work. She is the official office cat. Animal Advocates adopted her.”


Oh yeah? Oh yeah?

You want bug eyes? I’ll show you bug eyes!

Via Daily Mail UK: “Kia, a Bonobo ape from Twycross Zoo, was rejected by her mother, but luckily found a friend in Bugsy the bulldog.”

Little Goat, Big Adventure

Cuteporter Erin R. sent us an email about Faintly, the Little McGoatersons who went on a big trip.  First stop, the library.


Then a gift store, to see her Gund friends. Gotta get one of those.


The post office was fun. Great bins to get into.



Then the bank, money sorters are fun, too.


Checking out the wallpaper place. Not big on wallpaper.


And the local firehouse. Who needs dalmatians, anyway?


Tick-Tock, Tick-Tock

With this dog, it’s always baroo o’clock.

Every Monday Morning

should begin with cute and cuddly.



Erin says Chloe is a great wake up call-doggie alarm.
Risë J.’s Sweet Dreaming Hank, is a beagle who could use a wake up call, Jordan C. and Pam M.
Lola Bean is part corgi, part terrier and part hoomin and part asleep, Stephanie N.


Snoring Quentin just can’t seem to stay awake upright.

Posted on Youtube by Arsenalian. See more of Big Q at his website.

This Doesn’t Look Good

And you’re next.

These are Tonya P.’s 1 year old French Bulldogs, Dexter (black and
white) & Tyson (white).

The C.O. Guide to Ancient Architecture

Although the doric column remains one of the most enduring elements of classical architecture, there was a brief interest in the snoric column, which was modeled upon a lazy cat.

Via SamFa.