As Hamsterbee looked out of the entrance to the bee hive for the first time, she saw the flying hamsters and knew she had found her destiny. Now if only she could find her some cute little shorts.
This kid otter be tired soon! [groan]
Please add your favorite pun in the comments. I’m looking at you, 260 Oakley.
Another of Ant’s Quality Foraged Links!
Opening this week at SudsSpace at SOMA, San Francisco’s only art gallery and laundromat: “The Square Root of Unconsciousness,” an installation by renowned performance artist Zamboni McHitler. In the piece, which runs 14 non-consecutive hours, McHitler offers a variety of fruit to a panel of sedated cats, who then watch as the artist performs the USA PATRIOT Act via interpretive dance.
Well, it’s still better than the Thomas Kinkade retrospective, Jackal C.
Although it’s important for a modern hamster to be well-read, everyone has a favorite classic they return to time and again…
Mine’s The Old Ham and the Sea, by Ernest Hammingway.
We’d love to check this cutie out at our library, Meagan E.
According to folklore we just made up, Fairy Chihuahuas like to sleep in gardens.
If you find one, make a wish! If you wish for a Chihuahua, your wish will be granted! (Otherwise, probably not.)
Photos by Toronja Azul.
Some homes have roaches, this one has lizards. Well, one lizard, anyway — and getting this nimble cutie back outdoors where it belonged required a filing box, a bathtub, a plastic container, and a little bit of luck.
Don’t let it get you down, or upset.
Or bipolar even.
Mr. Darcy has a cute set of windshield wipers, Sharon L.
Wait… we’re all still here? N-nothing happened?
No earthquakes? No torrents of fire? No express elevator to Heaven?
B-but the guy on the radio said it was guaranteed! I was all prepared to go!
I feel like my whole world is ending because my whole world isn’t ending.
Sender-inner Peter notes that he thought he was staking out an owl’s nest, but this raccoon appeared instead. Perhaps the owl just (pause for effect) disappeared.