…practices for flight.
Meet Frankie. Obsessive-compulsive hoarder. Steals items that fuel his love for “The Nutcracker” and dental hygiene.
We just feel bad for that poor ballerina out there who’s tippy-toeing around with hairy legs and bad teeth.
So that’s where all of my pens went. I suspect he has a few of my socks as well, Paige P.
“Whew! I cannot believe I held it together this year. Got all the Christmas cards mailed, shuttled three sets of relatives from airports to hotels, and got all the presents wrapped and under the tree at the last minute.
“Well, at least Junior’s decided to do me a favor and let me sleep in on Christmas morning…”
This … Is … PHOTOBOMB!
The other animals thought he was crazy when he started painting his own body. But we just call him Keith Haring.
And here’s the real story: Busch Gardens welcomed a baby bongo to the park Sept. 13. Bongo are native to the rainforests of Africa. Busch Gardens cares for the endangered Eastern Mountain subspecies of bongo.
Forwarded by Lauren H-W at Busch Gardens, Tampa.
Photo: Matt Marriott
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Just imagine their faces when they see their very own Pom!
The Rebel Alliance, a.k.a. Sitting Kitten and his #2, Crazy Eyes, observed the enemy for some time and meticulously planned their attack.
It was a huge success, albeit a sloppy one, and the battle became known as Custard’s Last Stand.
Help me, Yogurt-On Mekitti, you’re our only hope.
I guess you could help too, Cathy O.
Once you are comfortable with basic sleeping, you may wish to move on to more difficult positions, as demonstrated here by Dizzy the Frenchie. Caution: Dizzy is a professional; do not attempt these maneuvers without training and supervision.
First, the “Frog Leg Layabout”:
And now, the difficult but elegant “Double Cross”:
From Team Dizzy: Photographer/Sender-inner: Carolyn M., Owner/Trainer: Erin C.
Of all the still-unexplained wonders of the human body, perhaps the most startling is the myriad ways it handles stress. In an extreme case, a college math student, whom we’ll call Doris X, would respond to the pressure of mid-terms by spontaneously transforming into a cat.
Research associate Brittany M. contributed to this report.