Hi,I’m not so sure if you consider these pictures cute, but they are to me because Eddie is my baby. :)Pet name: Eddie (Edward the King)Photographer: Zhen KorolchukThank you for your consideration!Best regards,Zhen
Well, wonder no more!
Attached are pictures of my annual hatch. Despite having a heat lamp
to keep them roasty-toasty, they sleep by packing themselves in like
sardines, burying their little faces under their neighbor. The result
looks like a fluffy carpet or rug (with the odd wing, beak, or foot
sticking up out of the pile) that undulates as they breathe. The
little buggers are so damned cute, I can hardly stand it. And although
it may be difficult to believe, in just a fortnight they’ll all be as
ugly as sin (Ever seen an adolescent chicken? They’re definitely NOT
Cute Overload material!).
Happy New Year.
… or are we just happy to see you? 2008 was a diverse year for Cats ‘n’ Racks™: Ferrets, waterfowl, stuffed animals, and even the occasional cat. And now, a little somethin’ for the fellas:
Accessory Tip: A strategically-placed duckling can be very beak-oming …
And finally, perhaps the most enchanting creature ever to grace these pages: Warm, inviting smile; eyes that sparkle like moonlight across distant waters … and a really nice beav — No. No, I won’t say it. I won’t sully this vision of radiance and purity with such vulgarity.
In 2008, all the creatures of the world learned to live and love together in blissful peace and harmony. Well, except for us, of course, but y’know — we’ve got issues. Anyway, here are some of the interspeciesly snorglest photos of 2008 to show us how it’s done, and here to help them out is our very special guest star, ladies and gentlemen, Mister Barry White!
According to the Sender-Inners, "Butters" the hamster can often be located by furious chomping sounds emanating from behind the furniture.
Cheers, Alun, Juliet and Butters!