Bee, Seeing You

I’m Officer Buzz from the Department of Hiveland Security. I’m keeping at least 175 of my eyes on you, so just keep moving and don’t try anything funny.

Via Orangeaurochs.

They May Not Be From Jurassic Park

but this kitty full of rawr and tyranny on two legs makes a rather superb T-Rex. And, watch out behind you Kit-T-Rex,

(earth shakes) Here come the Parakeetasaurs! Ka-boom …boom …boom …boommmm!

“My cat Moisie totally looks like a velociraptor… she’s channeling Jurassic Park, in a softer, fluffier, not-so-dangerous-if-you-blow-a-raspberry-on-my-tummy kind of way.” -Anne F., Small Animal Talk blog writer and veterinarian. Parakeets running in slow motion via YouTube

Farmer Bonzo Takes a Break

Ayup, the banana plants’re comin’ in good this yee-ah…

Via Rob Bixby Photography.

Tinkerbell Cleans Quite Well

Rio The McRattersons did a most thorough cleaning job if u recall. So let’s take a look at Tinkerbell! After she finishes, she jumps right up to her hoomin for what must surely be a warm n’ fuzzy rubdown.

All together now: AWWWWWWWWWW.

Me And My Shadow

Strolling down the avenue
Me and my shadow
Not a soul to tell our troubles to….NOW STAND STILL WHILE I BOUNCE ON YOU!

Spotted on the Intertubes by Karyn S.

Wait Til The TSA Screeners Get A Load Of ME

I mean, I don’t have a sweet gig like Boo has with Virgin– but I like to think I travel in style!

Meet Homer Jay Pug, people.

We’re Takin’ a Road Trip, Man!

You gotta come with us, dude! We’re gonna chase cats, and go on a hydrant crawl, and then we’re drivin’ to Florida! It’s gonna be righteous!

Via Faul.

Flashback Friday

All her life Betty White has been an animal lover. As a child, her father adopted strays during the Depression. For over 60 years(!) she has lent her fame to many wonderful animal organizations; speaking at fundraisers, being an active member, making donations, and writing letters. At 91, Betty White still loves to spend days doing volunteer work with all the animals at the Los Angeles Zoo. Love ya, Betty! And thank Qte!

Los Angeles circa 1952. Actress Betty White at home with her dog. Photo by Maurice Terrell and Earl Theisen for Look magazine.

Bee’s ‘Tocks

K.H. is our Reader O’ The Day. He sent us an email with a subject line that read:


*Snerk* OK, so I was able to decipher this Net Newbie mess and we found a terrific shot of: Bee’s ‘Tocks!


Right after he sent that email, a mea culpa arrived. (Or maybe a Bee-a Culpa.)

“Holy crap, did I actually put that in the subject line? Like a grandma in 1994 or something? No, no, NO, I am NOT one of those people… yikes. I just hadn’t seen the change to how Gmail’s interface works when I click on an email link from another page… no wonder it wasn’t letting me do a carriage return. I AM SO EMBARRASSED. This is not how I am. Please. Do not remember me like this. Just look at the bees’ tocks. Thank you.” *slinks away*

始めまして (Nice Ta Meetcha)(Update!)

UPDATE!!! Cuteporter Andrew Y. just alerted us to a BIG OL’ HONKIN’ BATCH of new photos. Voilà!

Clipboard01 From now through September 13th, visitors to Keikyu Aburatsubo Marine Park in Kanagawa Prefecture, southwest of Tokyo, can actually shake hands paws with Asian small-clawed otters. (English version of the site is here.) Folks dip their finger in Wakasagi Smelt extract, then poke it thru the hole.












Quoting Steve L. of, “The program is open daily from 11:50am on weekdays and from 12:40pm on weekends and holidays. Admission is 500 yen (about $5) and reservations can be made by phoning the Park directly. Due to the popularity of the program, you really ‘otter’ call before visiting.(+81-46-880-0152.)”


* Updated images 1-10 + video spotted on
*Remaining images (I think) originally from


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