Even horses must soft kronsche

[Say in David Attenborough voice]

Most often seen in humans, but other species are know to want to kronsche a soft kitteh ear.

Mimi H. Deeeeeleeeeeeeeshous….. ;)

Dog Snax

Dewd, I like playing "Dog Snax", but you have GOT to get your own dish—this is so annoying—first it was funny "ha ha, they’re both in the dish ha ha ha" but now it’s just like, too crowded.

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Amy D. P. of MooJuiceMedia, Not to maynshons the dog certainly isn’t gonna fit in there.
 

I couldn’t POSSIBLEH!

I know, I know it’s just another wafer…

But I couldn’t POSSIBLEH!

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Nathan G., he’s going to be REALLY stuffed…

I shall prepare dee bath for you…

Welcome to The Kitteh Spa.

I know how you like eet… hotter than lukewarm, slightly cooler than a hottub…

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I know you prefer dee lavender soaps, with a toche of cucumber water

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I shall make sure the stoppère, she makes a perfect seal for a divine tubbing experience

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Rachel L., he’s hired—the kitteh spa could use those skills.

Oh, so now it’s totally normal, is that it?

All the cool kittehs are doing it… paddle paddle

Paddlesons, paddlesons

ENCORE!

Good grief, they’re coming out of the woodwork… um, plumbing?… anyway, this comes from the comments (thanks, TBlue!) under the last post:

Jenna kitty lives in Oz with BradiatorG.

Just keep swimming, just keep swimming…

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I think this kitty’s earned herself an "Unusual Animals" tag.

I love how she even has a floaty toy to play with.
DBrito602, what’s the biggest fish she’s ever caught?

Packing Peanuts Paws up

Um, great use of packing peanuts or GREATEST USE OF PACKING PEANUTS?!

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ENHANCE + Paws up!

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Margaret Y., did the peanuts have major static cling action when your kitteh got up?

Smooch. Smooch. Smooch.

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I’ll be honest with ya, I need to let these two speak for themselves.  Y’know, eventually.  They’re gonna need air at some point.  But all this twitterpating gets me emblushified.

Via Reuters; seen on Thursday’s Yahoo News.  Click the pic for videeyohh.

Boing! Boing! Boing!

Wheeeee!

The best part is, if it’s rainy and miserable outside, he doesn’t actually need the walkies.  Still, you might want to keep an eye on him around your Roomba.

Seen on the New Scientist Blog last Friday, Scout II the pup-o-tron is the brainchild of James Andrew Smith.
Thirdly, Nosevember is more what you’d call a "guideline" than an actual rule.  ;-)