Your Roseshs Shmell Shoooo…Tastshy

Dammit, Carl! Florence and Howard were nice enough to invite us over for a lovely barbecue, and you can’t even make it through the damn front door!

Does Betty Ford take catnippers, Wayne Y.?

Science Develops Boneless Penguin!

TOXIC MILLS, MN — Researchers at the Center for Dubious Science today presented “Flopsy,” the world’s first fully boneless penguin.

From the collection Zoo Babies by the San Francisco Zoo.

Deadbeat Box

Here at Acme Bill Collector Institute, students get hands-on training using state-of-the-art equipment. In this video, an instructor supervises an assertiveness-training exercise in which the student must get his paw in the door.

We’re in your debt, Kim W.

Pup falls for cat to sweet 70’s soundtrack

What could be better than a 70’s ballad over some sweet puppy falls for cat action?

Agreed, Jorden C., not moshe.

Gimmie Five, Man!

Whoo-hoo! That was righteously awesome, dudester! You totally crushed it, buddy! We’re talking major world-class domination! High five! Fist bump! Put ‘er there, pal!

Julius looks like a real stand-up guy, Molly H.



Backyard Puppeh

Backyard Puppeh
I got my Mom and fresh grass

Backyard Puppeh
I’ll scratch and sit on my a–

Backyard Puppeh
Hold me up high

Backyard Puppeh—


Backyard Puppeh (Real names: Nakoa and Freyja; 4.5 weeks old) made possible by Alexandra and Jay.

Thank you, Highlights Magazine

Wow,  I see a bloated anteater with upside-down-raccoons for paws who decided to take a swim with a baby hippo.

Where are the swimmies, Barb W.?

Vintage cat-on-head footage

An you thought walking around with a Kitten Hat was a NEW thing. No:

Thanks Chief Sister Officer Pants!

Damn You, You Meddling Duck!

I may be sitting behind a dirty window confined to my Baxter’s Pad, but one day – one day! – I will get even for your evil trickery!

“Evil trickery”? OK. You  do that, crazy Cat. In the meantime, if you’d like to contact me, may I just say: Talk to the hand. Zing!

Says Edmund O’B: “We found this baby duck alone and in the street. When we took him inside, we had to put the cat (Baxter) outside so he didn’t try to harm the baby duck.  We gave the duck food, and that same day, we took the duck to a waterfowl rehabilitation center to be looked after.”