Listen, Honey. I don’t know where this image came from, or who took it, or what the circumstances are, but those pups should be writhing like crazy, and instead, they’re lyin’ suspiciously still.What’s the deal with the Super Husky spoonin’? [Say in Seinfeld voice]
Because Sylvie the kitteh might attack your brains.
Here is Sylvie as a junior kitteh, starting with Her First Door Jamb®
Then, she graduated to shower door lounging…
And then, hanging out on the fixtures! [Paws singe-ing sounds] ssssssssss
Oh, and don’t miss teeny paw reflection in the mirror ;)
Um, Sylvie? You’re making me a SKOOOSH nervous sittin’ up thar. How about coming down and staying a while?
Holy balancing, Kathryn JW B.!
Get your grass skirts on and SING IT WITH ME, PEOPLE!Tiny Bunnles (as sung by Hawaiian Don Ho)
Let’s sing it again, but this time, it’s "Tiny Earfolds", K, Jenny L.!?!?!?
Paws up, check
Belly out, check
Remote accessible, check
Caught loafing around, CHIZZECK!
"Polly" caught looking like a potato with four toothpick legs sticking out of it by Jess H.
Isn’t it funny how animals don’t look each other in the eye, really? Maybe only humans do, maybe only humans really recognize each other. It’s like this photo, where the kittehs are "yaahm"ing away on their lollipop, not looking at each other. Same is happening here—the horse and puppeh are all "snort!" and "ew!!!" respectively, and not looking each other in the eye.
That puppeh is totally freaking out man! Thanks to Lori S. ;)
Paws down, this has got to be one of my favorite images ever posted to C.O.
It’s like SCREAMING to be made into a STACK of beautiful cards with this image printed on the front.
It’s says so much! [say in ridiculous over-the-top voice while clutching chest]
Beautifully done. I’ve come to the conclusion that I’m a sucker for the macro lens, People.
Position One: FULL FLIGHT MODE
Ear span: 1.5 feet
"Little chick this is Big Eagle, OVER. We have lift off, OVER."
Position Two: Aerodynamic, landing mode
Ear span: .2 feet
"Little chick this is Big Eagle, OVER. We are in stealth mode, approaching water landing. Our ears are folded, OVER"
Happy landings, "Amadeus" the Dachschund and Sender-Inner Andrea K.