Don’t Get Carried Away

Aw, hammies love blorpberries in the morning. And lunchtime and snack time and dinner and, well, then they have to be carried away.


We thought wheels made hamsters go ’round, Serena G.

THIS JUST IN: Baby Rhino Side-eye

Just in time for Mother’s Day, Disney’s Animal Kingdom welcomes its newest baby, a white rhino calf born May 9. The boy, the fourth birth for mom Kenda, doesn’t have a name yet, but does have a start on his horn nubule.


HORN-NUBULE-HANCE!


Full story, more photos at the Disney Parks Blog.

Silent But Deadleh

Those eyes! They say it all without saying anything. Words, meh, who needs ‘em. Those baby blues are worth a thousand words!


Amy A., you’ve been feeding 8 week old Savannah that Paul Newman dog food haven’t you!

Friday Haiku: Rule of Cuteness #44

In peaceful slumber

Ears at 9 and 3 o’clock

Mom watches over


We can hardly believe their ears, Whitley L.!

Unlikely Hero

Could you have ever imagined your whole day would be saved by one little, smiling sloth?


Rescue sometimes arrives from where we least expect it, Josh N. and the Sloth Sanctuary.

THIS JUST IN: Baby’s First Climb

According to the YouTube uploader’s notes, this baby orangutan at the L.A. Zoo climbed off her mother’s back for the very first time as this video was taken.

Spontaneous opera FaveFrame™!

From The Cute Farmer’s Almanac

With the coming of spring, your ratties should now be large enough to transplant into separate pots.


Planted by thefixer.

Urban Cammeowflage

I’m just tiny and harmless. I think I’ll just blend in and stay out of the way here today.

We usually post cute kittens, not doorsteps, Neal.

Monkey’s Scope Trial

Yep, this turned out to be a primo panhandling spot. Plenty of tourists, lotta cash, and all I gotta do is flash ‘em that sad soulful look that says “what, you can drop a hundred yen to stare at Mt. Kitayama for three minutes, but you can’t buy me one lousy banana?”


Spotted in Kyoto, Japan, by Flickr user Noel Reynolds.

Hamventure

It all started one spring morning when young Hamkid set off in search of new adventures.


It didn’t take long before Hamkid was slightly startled by a Gentle Giant.


Oh please don’t eat me Gentle Giant!


To his great surprise the Gentle Giant gently set Hamkid upon its knee and offered him a snack.


It was then Hamkid understood the Gentle Giant was also young and looking for new adventures.

Hamkid realised out of all the adventures he could have, none would be as great as sharing them with a giant friend!

So they headed off together, to see what more was waiting for them over the horizon.


Boog and Hannah W. were last seen gadding about somewhere in Wisconsin!

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