Another Sign that Spring is Almost Here:

The snow and the ground squirrels are melting.

Gives us a warm feeling all over, Robyn R.


The Unusual Suspect

Number three, turn to your right, please…

Jess says: “Hi, this is Miss Zoe, stubbular Corgi. My 7 year old brother Ethan is so proud of his new stubby Corgi pup, especially now she is toilet trained!”

Hamster Koozie

Get ready for summer and be the envy of your friends with your very own Hamster Koozie! Unique expanding one-size-fits-all pouch design is also conveniently pocket-sized!

Jess G.’s hamster, Smoothie, also makes a great broccoli holder.

A Straw, Some Milk; Hours of Fun!

Kids! They’re all the same when Mom’s not looking.

Does your baby lemur “blow” bubbles in the bathtub too, Frank W.?

The Eternal Struggle of Red Panda vs. Pumpkin

In the harsh violence of nature’s realm, survival is often a matter of protection and patience. Here, we see the wily pumpkin deploy its tough shell to outlast the red panda’s brutal attack, while also emitting a faint odor that confuses the agressor, causing it to stumble helplessly in the snow until the dinner chime rings.

Increase Snorgle Factor, Mama

I’m givin’ ya all she’s got, Kitten!

Robyn A. is fostering this mama and her 4 kittens. You can read about Robyn’s fostering adventures at Love and Hisses.

Aw Shucks

All this attention. For me? Gosh. It’s, well, geez…

Katie M. writes, “A San Diego rescue, The Barking Lot, posted this totally unreasonably adorable picture of one of their “Temporary Barkers” that’s up for adoption.”

The C.O. Guide to Beer

According to Wikipedia, the Hoegaarden Brewery in Belgium dates back to 1445, when it first brewed the wheat beer for which it remains famous today. What Wikipedia doesn’t tell you, however, is that after five or six glasses, you start having the strangest hallucinations involving a kitten holding a tennis ball.

Bonsai kitten, by Flickr user 松林L

If it Don’t Fit, Don’t Faucet

Well, if the fink sits…

Emma S., does Zigzag go with the flow?

March 14th: Learn About Butterflies Day!

Like airborne jewels flitting about, butterflies are a wonder to behold.

Monarchs travel 2500 to 3000 miles to migrate from Mexico to the Northern United States to Southern Canada – and boy are their…sorry.

Butterflies can also be amazing pollinators. To help out these pretty things, you can plant butterfly loving plants like common milkweed, purple cone flower and marigolds to provide them with food and you with delight.

Thanks a bunch butterfly lover, Lisa S.