After the, “Beep!”
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.
After a few more generations, dogs will be able to fly!
That’s one way to really make the fur fly, Kitty and Jennifer.
Discovery News is reporting some awesome interspecies duckling/pup action:
According to Sara Hallager, a bird biologist at the National Zoo; “All baby birds, when they’re born, the first thing they see, which is usually the same species, is what they imprint on.”
So how did this duckling duo end up thinking a dog was their parent? It turns out it wasn’t part of the original plan when Frances Marsh, 25, and her family bought two two-day-old ducklings at a local garden center near their home in Atlantic Beach, N.C.
Yogi, the family’s 5-year-old corgi, was in the car that day and was instantly fascinated by the family’s purchase.
“They were in a little box. He just leaned his head over and licked them,” Marsh said.
Ever since, the ducklings, Biggie and ‘Pac, have chosen to follow Yogi, as if he were their mother.
…on Tashirojima, or “Cat Island”, in Japan (natch).
Thanks to alert reader Josh N. for pointing out this place exists. Cat Island Facts and Hover-factoids by Wikipedia. Kittens out and about and on the pier at the beginning and end of the post are by Yugoroyd. Cat Shrine images via Tofugu TV. Purrfect architecture by Hirano Sui and Yugoroyd. Want more? Visit the Japanese blog about island fishing and daily life. Hai!
I lof all dee wides here! I lof Oscar’s Spinning Garbage Cans, Big Bird’s Hang Gliders, and Elmo’s Tickle Coaster! But my favowite wide is Bert N’ Ernie’s Battling Bumper Cars!
Can we go again, Daddy, can we, huh?
We must have those slippers, Julia M.
First the bad news: You seem to have a fuzz ball stuck in your zipper.
Now the good news: For five bucks I’ll be happy to remove it for you.
[And now meet Emma, who likes Tim Gunn, wee Dennis and something on toast.]