Bert the Hamster by Oliver J. Smith
1. Wow, look at those stilt legs!
2. This musak really helps the storyline [shifty eyes]
3. This video leaves us with the eternal question—did he ever strike a balance?
Hey Dalvenjah F., what’s better than counting sheep? CuteThingsFallingAsleep.org.
“Check what I found when I got home this evening – his dad was sitting on top of my neighbour’s car looking very disapproving indeed so I waited till they’d gone off for chips before i went to take these shots. He’s like a fluffy nubbin on a stick (or two, to be precise) – like those things people clean their ears with.
He also benefits from extreme beauty close-ups – you know what i’m talking about ;D I fear he shall not last the night but he might stay alive in our hearts for ever more if you post him.. and you never posted pictures of my dog, and this little dewd is even cuter (shhh!! don’t say it out loud!) so if you don’t post this I’ll KNOW it’s personal….”
Mr. S contributed by the cute-pup-owning Sender Inner Ruth G.
Drinking from a bah bah
Patrick W. sent in these redonk pics from Telegraph UK (where else) of a four-day-old baby armadillo being fed.
Time for an oldie: This roly-poly puddle of blorpitude was part of the welcoming committee for the First Australasian Antarctic Expedition, almost one hundred years ago.
When you’re feeling small and alone, and the world doesn’t make any sense, all you need is a really good friend with a really good grip.
Something to make you go “aw,” from deeleea.
It’s been pretty quiet around here this afternoon and our phone bank volunteers are starting to get a little bored.
RING phone, RING!
Hey, there we go… I’ve got this one ladies.
Both the photos AND hilarious copy made possible by the fine folks (especially Staci) over at Itteh Bitteh Kitteh Committeh.
Llonely llama, llying llimp and llistless, llacking llove. Llong lluxurious locks, lleft at this llofty llatitude, llie llike llukewarm llava, lleaching llife and lleaving llegs llike llinguini. Llet’s llop her lload to a llower llevel, llest she lliquify!
Llovely llenswork, Rachel S.
…you’ve been acting so squirrely lately!
[pulls from out behind your ear]
Now, in digital 3-D…
THIS KITTAYN! [Floats by on balloon strings]
Another brillo submishe from Nicole G. friend of the Empty Cage Collective.