Quokka Qousins?

unnamed (1)“With all the Quokka Love on this site lately, I thought I would submit a competitor for smiling rodent-like creature: the Tree Hyrax! They’re not actually rodents, and are somehow related to manatees and elephants,” says Megan C. of Seattle.

[Pause to work that one out.]

“Photos taken by me in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania. I regret not attempting a Selfie with a Hyrax, but they were not as camera-friendly as those Quokkas seem to be.”


Ski Bunny Doxie

Crusoe The Celebrity Doxie tries his hand paws at downhill skiing!

You Weren’t Using That Foot, Were You?

Good, because it’s exactly the right shape for my muzzlepowche.


“Close to the action. Lying on the chef’s foot during cooking,” says Flickr-er Adam Roscoe.

OMG Ponies!!1!!! (World’s Smallest Horse Edition)

Ever want a horse you can snorgle with on the couch? (C’mon, admit it.) Well….it IS possible. Check out Thumbelina- the smallest horse EVER. As in HISTORY.

(Laughing Squid.)

How To Make A Kitteh Sammich

Just add two sleepy Dalmatians and then smoosh together. Ketchup or Mustard optional.

Too Shy to Fly

Is shyness holding back your love life? Conventional dating services that require social interaction can be stressful, but now there’s It’s Just Unbearably Awkward Lunch!™ the service that pairs you with someone as shy as you are!


Birds of a Feather, via Brett Klorer.

So the Pastrami, Is it Lean?

“I come in here last week for a nice brisket for my bridge club and Sadie, my friend and neighbor for twenty years, nearly chokes to death on some gristle, so just a little taste to make sure, if you don’t mind…”


Kitty visits the butcher, via Reddit. (Appropriately, this shot was taken in Turkey.)

Do You Expect Me To Squawk?

NO Meester Bund (how all the bad guys with heavy foreign accents say it,) I expect you to…well, you know.

“More Hedgies!!!”

That was the title of an email from Barb. (Not the Barb of Concord Paul & Barb. Just…Barb.) Anyway, she goes on to say, “I’m not sure if you’ve seen this darling animation telling the 13th century story of how hedgies came to have spines…..from the awesome magazine AEON.”

Meet Sophie & Sarah (And Friends)

268F635700000578-0-image-a-12_1426172376801Meet the friendliest, floofiest pair of Mop Tops you’ll ever find. This is Sophie and Sarah (no, no clue which is which) from the Netherlands. That’s them above (on the left?) with pals Jason and Ashley, at McDonald’s for Sophie’s birthday. Burger and fries, once a year!

Bored Panda says “6-year-old Sophie and 4-year-old Sarah are sisters from different litters, but they’re still inseparable.”
















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