Ugh! I demand no more snow! (stomps hoof) I want spring! I want it now! Do you know who I am? I am Ba– OK, who threw that snowball at me?
The Toronto Zoo held the usual “Name That Cub” contest. Yer gonna hafta click the video, like we’re gonna spoil the surprise. (But wait ’til the 1:10 mark! Gaaaaaaaaa.)
Spotted on MSN News Canada. (No, no link. They mention the name!)
Greetings, cheerful little woodland creatures! Good day, Chester the Chipmunk! Happy to see you, Raymond the Raccoon! Top of the morning, Harold the Horse-Headed Squirrel — who the where the what now?!
Yes, this horse mask squirrel feeder is a real thing and you can buy it here and it will come to your house and then you will have it and it will hunt you down in your dreams.
Knitters of the Internet! The Penguin Foundation needs you! Well, they need your Sweateuh! If a penguin gets caught in some type of oil spill, they need Little Sweateuhs to keep warm. Back in 2011, they had enough Sweateuhs. Now they need more of ‘em. Let’s hear what Lyn Blom has to say- she is the receptionist at Phillip Island Nature Parks in Victoria, Australia. (Interview with host Red Symons from 774 ABC Melbourne Breakfast- and they call ‘em “Jumpers.” Same diff. G’day.)
Want to knit a Penguin Sweateuh? This link (Opens PDF) shows you how, and also has contact info.
Hesitantly, Roger opened the door to Daphne’s private boudoir. She stood before him, radiant in the moonlight, clad only in the sheer silken nightclothes that flowed elegantly around her demure figure. “I am not accustomed to visitors at this hour, good sir,” she said in a voice at once coy and commanding.
[I haz to stop this shark!! Amity is a summer town. We need summer dollars. Now, if the people can't swim here, they'll be glad to swim at the beaches of Cape Cod or the Hamptons, or Long Island!]
Julie M. found this one.
Folks, grab a hankie. Dora got scared from fireworks, and she took off. Her family didn’t see Dora again for seven months.
Watch what happened.
“This is Molly our little adopted Furbaby. She is adorable and Cute Overload material! ❤️Love the page. Keep the good work!” -Karito.
The La Mancha Goat? What in blue blazes is a La Mancha Goat? Is it one of Don Quixote’s sidekicks? Maaaaaybe. The La Mancha is the only breed of dairy goat developed in the United States. Well, huh. Their milk is high in butterfat. Mmmmbutterfatmmm. And, they’re known for having tiny, “gopher” or “elf” ears! Squee!
Now surely there is some mistake. It’s a goat, it must be La Muncha.
“These are hours-old LaMancha girls, our first babies of the season! Suffice it to say, my work has suffered since they have arrived. I work at Broken Shovels Farm, a micro-dairy in Henderson, CO. Every person who works here is committed to ethical treatment of farm animals and the belief that every single animal should receive the same high level of care, no matter their purpose.” -Amber H.