And now, MOOSES IN SPRINKLERS!

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Moose in SPRINKLER ACTION

YOU HEARD ME

Next up, it’s—yes, more meeses in sprinklers

Next up, it’s—yes, even more meeses in sprinklers

To Jehn B. and all the other fine, fine Peeps who sent these in, large moose-tongue-sized sprinkler slurps of thanks.

Encore Presentayshe: Kitteh tamed by a boid

It’s not unusual to have great photos sent to me beeeellions of times. The collection below is no exception… Thanks again, Heather B. Here it is from January ’08:

This Boid is about to take this kitteh to school.

First, kitteh is all: "Is this thing on? tap tap"

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Next, kitteh attempts to pet Boid…

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Then kitteh becomes just another nesting material for Boid

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Next Kitteh is overwhelmed by mini-claw massaging actions

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Boid plants official "Bird country" flag on kitteh’s gut as a SYMBOL OF VICTORY

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Bye, Hon, Call me later. [Kiss]

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SEE!?

See, Nancy P.?!? See how he did that!?

THIS JUST IN: Tiny Trunks

The second baby elephant in as many months hit the Pittsburgh Zoo this morning. More on the bébés over at the Pittsburgh Post Gazette.

That guy could give you the Wet Willie of a lifetime ifyouknowwhatimean.

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Next month, in Obsessive-Compulsive Cat Fancier magazine

Cover story: Choosing the Cat Organizational Strategy That’s Right For You, plus Single-Use Chew Toys: Are They More Sanitary? and Teaching Your Cat To Make Only Right Turns. That’s next month in Obsessive-Compulsive Cat Fancier, at newsstands everywhere.

I'll take Paul Lynde to block, please.

We sort ours by attitude, Ying S.

Friday Wrap-Up

Dognoses_clickGrilled hams.  Bunny fluffs.
Martha Stewart.  Fishy nuffs.
Auction bidding.  Rerun cats.
Dusty ‘chillas.  Kitty hats.
Marmie bits.  Otter pause.
Bamboo pandas.  Al-pa-cas.
Monkey mohawks.  Mugshot pugs.
You may suspect the mod’s on drugs.

(For the record, no I’m not.  Strung-out Theo?? …scary thought!)

UPDATE — forgot to mention!!  Thanks to Cheesybird for planting the seed of this idea.

Back AWAY from the bamboo, Sir

Panda: OK! OK! [Paws up]

I was only going to Nom a small amount—I SWEARS!

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You better get a otter lawyer Susan W.!

[UPDATE -- ohhh I'm reprehensible, but CLICK HERE for Reality-Casual Flashback... - Ed.]

Noseverload

For those of you who CAN’T GET ENOUGH XTreme Puppeh Schnozzle Action, there’s this page of Noses.

Your daily requirement has now been fulfilled. Thank you.

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I’ve got 100% of my daily XPSA now, Panda Amanda.

Imperial Alpacas

Have arrived and are going to sniff this situation out.

Just stand still and they should pass over you in a second.

They only travel in a massive, sniffing mob, Nancy A. Snorf.

Full Frontal Cute-ity!

See, this is why you need to be extra careful in the Internet Age:  You’re at a party, you’re hitting the catnip a little hard, and so you pass out in the guest bedroom — and that’s when somebody whips out the cell-phone camera, and the next morning you’re the newest star on HotWildOutOfControlAmateurKitties.com.  Unless you’re a boy cat, in which case everybody took turns writing on you with Sharpies first.

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Oh, the shame of it, Ollie G.

The Amazing Remote-Control Otters!

OK, for this next trick, you need to get a remote-control device.  TV, stereo, it doesn’t really matter, as long as it has a really big button on it.  Go ahead, we’ll wait. (elevator music, dum dee dum…)  Got it?  Now, incredible as this may sound, your remote control will let you switch off these otters’ brains all at once.  Start the video, and get ready to push the really big button … right … about …

(00:24) … now.  Was that cool or what?!
Wait, we’re gonna do it again.  On your mark … get set …

(00:36) … click.

Wow, Philip K., that was totally (click) …

… awesome.

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