This dainty kitty begging for food starts off adorable, and at 0:17 becomes brain-meltingly awesome. Flappity flap flap!
What IS this cold white stuff? Thank God I’m wearing this faaaaaaaaabulous coat!
Via Niik’s Posterous.
All right, boys, I know things aren’t looking good out there: We’re down 189 to 3, half our defensive line is in a coma, and our quarterback is curled up in a fetal position in the locker room crying for his mommy.
But don’t give up. When the team is up against it, and the breaks are beating the boys, I’m asking you to go in there with all you’ve got, and win just one for the Yipper.
Star sender-inner Moriah L. scores another touchdown!
Tuesday: Almost had him. Caught a fleeting glimpse of his tail, but the slippery devil vanished again before I could grab it. But I’m close now — I can sense when he’s near. And I will wait for him, watch for him, as long as it takes — until I can confront my keepers with the truth: There is someone else in this cell with me.
I see why you named him Special Ed, Dolly W.
“For my next mystifying illusion, I shall require this ordinary length of rope, and a volunteer from the audience. If this volunteer were to have, say, some bacon, or a handful of kibble, I shall astound you further by making it disappear.”
Magically cute, Amy L.
Cease your criminal activities, evildoer! Or I shall be forced to subdue you with the awe-inspiring power of my Super Wrist Rat Launcher!
Thanks to super sender-inning sidekick Paige L.!
According to the Daily Mail:
Seven months ago Sisso damaged his right wing and although he has been gradually nursed back to health he is unable to fly. Before the harness came along all he could do was flap aimlessly on the ground.
See another sweet pic and read more over at the Daily Mail. Kudos to Cuteporter Jamie R. for this one.
Der teh der. Will juuuuust take a moment.
Ding! Tanguera, they’re…ready?
Well, here’s something you don’t see everyday. Our friends over at National Geographic report that octopuses have been discovered tip-toeing with coconut-shell halves suctioned to their undersides, then reassembling the halves and disappearing inside for protection.
Pretty amazing stuff.
Check out the full story here.
Thanks, Marilyn T.