I got you something for Father’s Day

I don’t think you have a tie-holder like this yet.

Stacy Z.

Let’s Play, Name That Kitten!

We will show you 3 kittens while our 30-second timer counts down. Can you give the kittens names before the timer buzzes?


Sender-inner Nancy W. says, “You can’t break up the sisters, ever! … So tiny, so don’t have names yet. Any ideas?”

Stuck in the Middle with You

“Well, I think I’ll roll around and chomp on my tailio.”

Good Kitten Times via my other favorite blog DListed.

Get an Ocean, You Two

A pair of rescued elephant seals got a taste of freedom — and each other — when the Pacific Marine Mammal Center sent them back into the wild last Saturday. With well-wishers cheering, the pups shared a kiss before being shooed into the ocean.

2011: A Squirrel Oddity

We take you now to the training center of NASA (Naturally Aerodynamic Squirrel Astronauts), where would-be space travelers use this elaborate state-of-the-art simulator to overcome the difficulties of eating in zero-gravity conditions…

THIS JUST IN: He Who Must Be Named

The Toledo Zoo is welcoming a newborn African elephant calf by asking the public to vote for a name from three choices: Lucas, Chuck, and Iain. If your choice gets the most votes, you might win a prize, too. Click here to vote.


More information at the Toledo Blade.

This Week, on “Antiques Roadshow”

We’re in Hardup, Utah, the Beehive State, and we can’t bee-live the treasures we’re appraising in this hive of activity! Here’s some of what you’ll see in our first hour:

A crystal pig with a digital clock embedded in its side, of which only 36,045,940 are thought to still exist today…
One-half of an elaborately decorated metal brassiere, part of the costume for the earliest American production of Wagner’s Die Walküre
This one-of-a-kind paperweight, origin uncertain…
And a bowl of hand-carved wooden fruit that may have been accidentally nibbled by a slightly inebriated Theodore Roosevelt.

How much for the paperweight, Fiona C.?

Please Leave Your Message

After the, “Beep!”


Thank you for calling, Bobby D.

Now a Word From Our Sponsor Mars

Remember, if you like to climb on things and get high, this is the place.

This is a sample from “Rhett and Link: Commercial Kings,” an IFC Channel series that creates TV advertising for local businesses.

Pup-vo-lution!

After a few more generations, dogs will be able to fly!


C.O.X.E.C.U.! (Cute Overload Xtreme Evolutionary Close-Up)


That’s one way to really make the fur fly, Kitty and Jennifer.

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