Thanks to Sender-Inner and Paly Viking Heidi S. Special thanks to and photos by Danka Annamaria who took these pictures some years ago, when she was walking home. Apparently, the dog and cat lived together and that’s why they so kind to each other.
Well kiss my whiskers, if it isn’t hoppy hour on the bunny clock!
Nice to see the tulips together, Ant
Friday Haiku’s back
CO haiku without u
Would only be haik
Hugs to (((Fung.leo)))
Go ahead, be late for meetings. Deliver overdue reports. Delete the wrong file. Spill coffee on the copier!
Simply add a kitten to your workspace and forget about the rat race!
Order now to receive this kitten decatastrophe decoy decoration for all your job related calamities.
Ah, the old kitten ploy. Works every time.
Sender-inner Jess D. says, “This is Baby Miracle, yes that’s her name!” Because, against all odds, Baby Miracle survived a very rough start in life. Photos by Dylan K.
I was going to fetch the newspaper. I was. Really. But then the cat curled up on my lap.
And you know what they say about letting sleeping cats lie.
Rebecca S., Frazier the cat is Max the dog’s labor saving device.
Thanks a lot, P-Phil. 6 more weeks of winter. That’s just great.
It started with a black-and-white bunny; then a tuxedo cat got in on the act. Now thanks to Piia S. from Finland, a new cat is in the picture, and we have the makings of an endless chain. Who wants to be next?
Hush little baby, don’t lose hope
Mama’s gonna catch you an antelope
And if your tummy rumbles more
Mama’s gonna run down a wild boar
And if that boar’s too boring for you
Mama’s gonna net you a nummy gnu
And if that gnu just runs and laughs
Mama’s gonna hunt down a herd of giraffes
And if those giraffe should scamper east
Mama’s gonna bag you a wildebeest
And if that wildebeest’s too wary
Mama’s gonna slaughter a whole safari
And if that safari bails (how rude!)
Mama’s gonna send out for Chinese food
And if there’s a photo that makes your day
It prolly came from Flickr user Brian McKay
Long term exposure to the cute results in what scientists are calling Acute Cutephoria, which can cause gasping, increased heart rate, gasping, decreased brain function and gasping, resulting in gasping.
Teddy takes our breath away, Candice B.
From the Smithsonian Institution comes this very old photo, along with a heartwarming story of a dog who rode the rails:
Owney was a stray dog who wandered into the Albany, New York, post office in 1888. The clerks let him stay the night, and he fell asleep on a pile of empty mailbags. Owney was attracted to the texture or scent of the mailbags and began to follow them, first onto mail wagons and then onto mail trains. Owney began to ride with the bags on Railway Post Office (RPO) train cars across the state, and then the country. The RPO clerks adopted Owney as their unofficial mascot, marking his travels by placing medals and tags from his stops on his collar
Via Flickr Commons, collections of the world’s photo archives.