And now, let’s watch two unusual pals pasta time by sharing a pot of noodles. Look sharp for a “Lady and the Tramp” moment around 1:10.
It’s a beautiful day for the christening, as well-wishers gather at the dock, waving flags of many nations. And I can see the crew is aboard, so we eagerly await the ceremonial smashing of the milk bottle across the prow…
And now we cut to camera three for a LAUNCH-HANCE!
Taken by Flickr user Tyler Karaszewski, who adds “This boat hangs in the back of an outdoor restaurant at the harbor in Oia (Greece). A mother cat had chosen it as the location to raise her kittens.”
Little duckie wants to know why dat crotchety old man and dat lady doing the jig want to lower little duckie’s bill?
Where do we sign up, jpockele ?
Not that I haven’t enjoyed the shore leave, sir. The natives were nice and gave me plenty of ear scritches, but — begg’n your pardon, Cap’n — I’d just as soon be off.
Let’s just say the Sandwich Islands weren’t what the name implied.
Looking ship-shape there, Elvis H.
Being a cat, Damien always looked forward to another busy day of napping on the job.
Getting dressed for work was the hard part.
Sender-inner Janice S. says, “My boyfriend and I adopted this kitten, Damien, who apparently loves hair-ties so much that he eats them. Needless to say, a doctor needed to remove them, from him.”
(Wow, Stan — the house is packed! Standing room only!)
(And I think I see the theater critic from the Times in the front row!)
Nibbles and Chewy waiting for treats in bed, courtesy Sara L.
For a holistic exercise that provides spiritual and physical benefits, Cute Overload recommends the following regimen: Ten minutes of brisk running..,
… followed by deep meditation.
Tic and Tac, courtesy of roborovskihamsters.webs.com.
A mother cat. A litter. A precious moment. A… imposter!?
Did you swap your milk money for tater tots at school again, Jeffrey?
Watch out for the mystery meat, Misty C.
Left eye: I‘m not seeing any flies! Right eye: On the contrary, I‘m getting buzzed!
We’re always open to opposing points of view, Brian G., and your Hyperolius cinnamomeoventris; Cinnamon-bellied Reed Frog.