That’s Right, Stagger Over Here…

(Aw, did somebody have too much Jaeger last night? Well, I’ve got the perfect wake-up call. That’s it, come a little closer… cl-ooo-serrrrr…)


Hira S. shares a tip: “This is Otis. He always forgets to hide his tail.”

You Will Pay Fo Dis!

Hewwo. My name is Tiger Montoya. Dis better not be my Daddy!


Faux sho’, Wendy C.

Going My Way?

If you’re headed to the shoreline, I could use a lift, bro. Really appreciate this, dude — I owe you a fish.

Posted to our Twitter feed by Bill D.

Mr. Caturday Cat

Mr. Caturday Cat requires your salutations before you can begin your Caturday.

(everybody bow, say hello, pat hims head, offer roasted salmon nicoise platters)

Caturday Cat is pleased with your shameless groveling. You may begin your Caturday nao.


We are not worthy, Johanna S.

Invasion of the Doggy Snatchers

The doggy snatchers always wait until their victims are asleep. There’s nothing to be afraid of. It’s painless. It’s good. Come. Sleep.


Feel free to quake in terror, Michelle S.

Twice Upon a Time in a Land Far, Far Away

Many strange legends are told of the land down under, but none so strange as the story of the koala twins. You see, koala twins are rare. Rarer than a wombat in a billabong, Ugg boots in the Outback, lips on a platypus, a dingo in the old gum tree!

It all began when the Aussie hinterland heard an unfamiliar sound…

It was a sound like one never heard before. Had we known how deeply we would squee, we would’ve obeyed our first impulse and walked away with our hearts intact.


Fair dinkum to Chris H. for this incredible photo essay.

The heartwarming back story: “Hi, It is not common for a Koala to bear twins, and regrettably in this instance the Mum was struck and killed by a passing car. Fortunately, the driver stopped, and took the mother to the local vet – where it was discovered she had these twins in her pouch. It’s so nice to see a story that has a happy ending in these troubled times that we live in. Taking care of others is a great way to forget about our own problems and difficulties!”

It’s The Wingston Trio!

Their music set toes a-tapping and touched a generation in that very special place. And now, for the very first time, Q-Tel Records is proud to present the timeless folk song stylings of The Wingston Trio!


You’ll hear all the classic hits: If I Had a Hamster • (My Feathers Are) Blowin’ in the Wind • Where Have All the Fowlers Gone •  and many more!


Peter G. writes: “Today I assisted with the banding of three peregrine falcon chicks (eyases) here in Providence, RI. I’m so honored that I get to be part of this annual event – my favorite day of the year.” See more action over at Providence Raptors!

Oh, You Will Be Lending a Hand…

… even if I have to tear it off your wrist. So get with the program, you lazy human.

I’m… I’m Free to Go?

Really? You don’t have any more questions? Not even where I was the night of the robbery? Or how the stolen halibut wound up in my fridge? Or the dead zookeeper in the trunk of… but, you know, I’ve said too much already. Later!

Now the real story: This Northern Fur Seal was rehabilitated at the Island Wildlife Natural Care Centre in British Columbia and can’t seem to believe its luck at being released back to Nature.

Ladies and Gentlemen, Tuck in your corgis


Annie M. says it’s time for beds.