Well, La. Dee. Da.

I like a leetle peenk weeth my dots. Don’t you?

When we say fetch, Pearl really “brings it”, Julia S. Thank you for sharing your Maltese cutie!

Gato Gateau

Gato Gateau; l’inoubliable: un gateau au melange cremeux decore’ d’un a la mode vanille’. A’ ta santé!

One of four HAPPY 3-day old white lions cubs, an extremely rare subspecies of the African lion, BIRTHed in Belgrade Zoo, Serbia, one DAY in April 2011. Thank you Darko V., and Kathy K.

Happy Caturday to You

Just in case it happens to be anyone’s birthday today…


Ellen says: “My roommate’s and my kittens, Penny and Villain, turned one. We celebrated by putting hats on them and taking pictures.”

As if Ruling the Internet Wasn’t Enough

Shadow and Tiger were happy little kittens.

But something in Shadow snapped the day he realized he was being raised by diabolical people who pilfered cheap hotel towels.


Cute overlord photo by Lisa K. Thank U Ray U.

And Now, Prairie Dog Exorcism

“… and so I say unto thee, Jezebel spirit, begone from this virtuous woman! I bind thee with chains of iron and cast thee down to the fires from whence thee came!


Hallelujah, Shari E.!

Ask the Relationship Counselor

By Dr. Tom Nom, Ph.D., LMFT, AFL-CIO, OMGWTFBBQ

In my practice, I encounter many couples trapped in a paradigm of codependency, a suboptimal dynamic in which disagreements are amplified until they threaten the holistic balance. In these instances, I guide the couple to seek resolution through mutually shared dialog. And if that doesn’t work, I shoo the little whiners outside.

Cuburban Sprawl

Taking over our natural areas!

Peeps, this is a problem that must be handled immediately.


Sender-inner Hilary K. found this one. Sometimes sprawl is a good thing.

Someday, Kid, All This Will Be Yours

This grass aye been in the proud possession o’ the MacGrooff family for nigh o’er 30 generations, laddeh. Me sainted father nibbled it, and his father, as far back as any man kinna knoo. Ach, ’tis a wee patch o’ Heaven ye’ll be tendin’ when last I leave yeh. Ye moost have soberin’ thoughts abou’ the weight of it now, aye?


TribalGirl tells us about these Nigerian dwarf goats: “They live on a suburban farm (yes, a suburban farm) which doubles as a bed and breakfast and also a summer camp.”

[apparently our sender-inner is also known in the comments section as Dances With Goats.]

Close Encounters of the Cute Kind

Look! Up in the sky! It came from outer space – to save the world with its cute!


Thanks to Pixie Belle, we are not alone, Sarah J.

Nip and Tuck

Rule of Cuteness #26: If you have four legs and can tuck yourself in, it’s cute.

Corollary: If you can do it as elegantly as Jasper here, you get a genius grant.

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