How Pyza finds the time to dress up her lil’ hamsters in Easter gear and shoot them on fabulous blue backgrounds that REALLY make our logo pop—I’ll never know.
Complete with awesome “chick hatching” sound!
Karen S., there are no bad breeds, just bad owners, right?
According to valuable news sources, The Obamas will FINALLY get their First Puppeh on Tuesday. The nation can finally breathe a COLLECTIVE SIGH OF RELIEF!
In an interesting twist, the Portuguese Water Puppeh is a descendant from Ted Kennedy’s dogs Sunny and Splash. Ahn. [head tilt] More redonk info over at FirstDogCharlie.com
“Well, those back molars look all right, but I’m seeing a little abrasion on the gums. Let’s switch you to a soft-bristle toothbrush and see if that helps.”
UPDATE: The source of the photo has been located heee-yah.
According to CNN, the White House on Thursday was swarmed with annoying, buzzing insects. No, not the press corps–bees! Secret Service beekeepers rounded up the unusual suspects, and luckily our C.O. cameras were there to photograph the perp walk:
Because the string, the ball, the stuffed mouse, the real mouse—I’m tired of all that. Got anything else?
Catherine.Caf does it AGAIN! (makes it on the website, that is)
Meg’s kitty landed completely in the circle, so she’ll be going home with the big stuffed hamster (nice shot, Meg!)… And now it’s Theo’s turn; he picks up a marmie, takes careful aim, aaaaaaannnddd…
By the way, Meg, with three hamsters, you can trade up to a stuffed Diane D.!
… high atop the Hyannis Hyatt, the happening hot spot where the elite meet to greet. My name’s Nick Chewtoy, and I’ll be entertaining you this evening. Like to start off with a little number, kind of a personal favorite of mine, called “Stardust.” Hope you like it…
It is the highest military honor the nation of Dogsylvania can bestow–so rare, in fact, that only 17 in the nation’s history have received it. One such hero was Corporal Eucephalus “Winky” Gorbschobble, who, without hesitation or regard for his own survival, attacked and disabled an entire squadron of letter carriers from the enemy nation of Postmania, leading his captured comrades to safety.
And so, in accordance with Dogsylvania’s cherished military tradition, on a brisk autumn morning of September 17, 1946, and in the presence of an observer from the neighboring nation of Walkiestan, seven members of the 101st Bean Battalion paid tribute to Corporal Gorbschobble with a 21-poot salute.
Erm, might want to get downwind a ways, Tanguera.