So these are gonna have to hold ya over. “Hi Friends, this is Suziboo. She has many toe-lents. Here are 10 of them. Love, Steve and Lin E.”
“Beans! If you want Weenies with that you’re gonna have to go to Safeway!”
“Hi C.O., this is Anise, aka Annie, Annabelle, Annie-Belly, Bananabelle, and Princess Paws. She think she should be a paw model, so we thought we’d go big or go home with a
C.O. Toesday submission. Annie is a 3 year old rescue kitty who loves checking out C.O. with her brother Mac and mom (me.) Thanks for your consideration! More to come! Best, Rachel A.”
[Hey! There are TWO MORE OF US over here! Share the wealth, willya?]
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“Dear C.O., we need a new Rule: ‘Piiiiinnnk Tongues make me faint with cuteness!’ Evidence: my 3 guinea piggies (L-R Pinky, Caramelitta & Pepper) showing you perfectly pink tongues.” -Best regards, Melina.
A cat yoga pose.
Inhale. Reach front paws. Relax.
Sunbeam is a must.
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[*Note: Haiku also provided by Deb & Fiona. And we cannot forget Rule #40. -Ed.]
Take a look at that BACKWARDS OVER THE SHOULDER SIDE-EYE stuff. Good grief. What’s the story here, Army K.? “Hello, this is Fritz, my ridiculously cute and sweet 4.5 month old Schnoodle ResQte puppy, and he’s the best. :D.”
Well,that settles that.
If you’re a Cavalier King Charles Pupster named Bailey, that is.
“We had submitted photos of our Ragdoll cat, Sofi, to you in the past but we recently brought home a new addition: a Cavalier King Charles puppy we call Bailey,” Jordan & Carolina write.
“These pictures range over the course of a 5 weeks, with one going back about 10 weeks. He’s now 17 weeks old. He’s the friendliest little guy you’d ever meet. He is super chill; the Lebowski of pups!”
“Hope you guys are doing great. Thanks for the awesome website.”
Glenna M. writes: “Hi C.O.! The rescue group I work with is trying to raise funds for surgery for one of the kittens we currently have in our care. Yoshi was born with a congenital dislocation of both her back ankles. Her little feet are perfectly healthy, but they are not connected to her legs, so they splay out to the sides like seal flippers.”
“She is a sweet, happy, playful kitten and gets around amazingly well, but she cannot jump like a ‘normal’ kitty, and as she gets older and heavier, her own body weight will cause pressure sores and other issues where her torso drags along the ground. We have a GoFundMe account set up for her, and we are hoping to collect enough votes to win some prize money from the “Change a Pet’s Life” contest.”
Cat Facts on a Caturday! Impress your friends at your next party with this Fun Feline Factoid: did you know that coat color may dictate their behavior? Here are a few more!
So when will they learn that they will NEVER EVER catch the little red dot?
“This is the same British shorthair kitten from “Kitten vs. Straw,” says Vladimir S. In this video she tries to catch the notorious red dot.”