Could there be anything more cute and convenient than being able to use one’s own butt as a pillow? We think not.
Welcome back to everybody’s favorite game show! Last week was amazing! Over 6,100 votes and 52% of you guessed correctly, a ferret. Really nice work, everyone. Let’s see how you do this week.
Tic toc. Tic toc. Buzzzzzzz! Time’s up.
Let’s get a hint from our special guest. “Since we three are all rodents, we have many similarities. We like to graze on grasses and leaves, we stick to the ground, are very social and vocal and have the same names for males and females – boars and sows. One of the things that sets me apart from the others is my multiple roles in television and movies. Good luck!”
Have you got it? Scroll down for the answer.
If you guessed c. a guinea pig, you were correct! Our thanks to this week’s sponsor, Kelly and see you next time when we play, WHAT! IS! THAT?
This is a talented street performer. Cajus the cat is one of those living statues, remaining still for hours at a time. He calls this pose “The Meerkat”.
And guess what? Cajus will do parties! You can have him at your next soiree and surprise the heck out of your Aunt Judy. His rates are very reasonable, just 2 fish an hour!
Book Cajus for your next get together through his agent, Alisa E.
Dreaming in tandem
Under orange, yellow and pink.
Paws under chins,
Cozy and safe.
Stella and Suki are adorable, Shelly D.
Oh, gee, um …hi. (soft voice) I’m, …well, would you mind very much if I don’t run off to slay dragons today? (avoids eye contact) I hope you still like me.
Megan in Zimbabwe says, “Meet Champ, the baby orphaned pangolin! I took this photo of him about a month ago – his handler Ellen at Tikki Hywood Trust told me yesterday that he’s up to 2.5 kgs. He was orphaned as a little baby because his mom was killed by poachers. These animals are considered royal game in Zimbabwe, but even so, very little is known about them because they are very quiet and just roll into a ball when they are scared.
The nice ladies at Tikki Hywood Trust have also posted a couple of videos on YouTube, including one nice shot of Champ’s insanely long tongue. And one with him playing with a nekkid cat!
Animals are cute, clever and I believe they have a rich inner dialogue. Let us take a moment to contemplate their contemplations.
Let’s give it up for all of our sender-inners (in order of appearance): Hollie R., Carrie K., Daphne, Mona H., Steph R., waylonjack, Don, Sean Y., Josh N. and Ant.
Could a kitten eat an entire staircase?
Do choosy squirrels choose Jif?
What would Superman look like as a place-kicking Pomeranian?
And finally, do we get funny pictures from Bonnie R., Stephanie F. and Ant?
Did everybody get a sugar rush from eating too much Easter candy? Too bad, here comes another one:
Dude, it’s no use, bunnies can’t lay eggs. That would be like, a, a miracle!
But we know where the chocolate jelly beans come from, don’t we, Brinke G.?
I’m not ready! I haven’t gotten the eggs for hiding or the dye for dying. There’s no grass, no basket, NO CANDY!
I am shocked and awed.
I suppose I should take some consolation in the fact that my bow has some frills upon it.
Hope your Easter is full of happy surprises, Jaclyn L.