Head Over Heels

Very nice Mr. Leo, but if you’re going to start wearing ladies shoes, you really should shave your legs.


Karen G., has Leo ever heard, “The cat she walks on padded claws,”?

The Great Pumpkin Massacre

Hurricane Irene may have damaged pumpkin crops, but a select few survived to be mauled by bears at the Bronx Zoo, a fall tradition. Oh, the pumpkinity!

What’s a Gila Like You Doing in a Place Like This?

Hey baby, wanna get some grub and shed skin with me sometime?
This lounge lizard is a male Enigma Leopard Gecko. Thanks chameleon, Steve S.

Try the New Swiffer Hisser!

The revolutionary new Swiffer Hisser uses the cleaning power of you very own household cat to keep your floors spotless and shiny!

Your kitten Teddy Bear just swept us off our feet, Mark P.

Up, Up and Away

Thanks to new Ratapult technology, rats are closer than ever to finding out if the moon really is made of cheese.

The Ratapult must be kept squeaky clean.


Avi hopes the moon is one giant yogurt drop, Megan.

You Have Disturbed My Slumber

That was most unwise, puny mortal. And now you shall pay for your insolence…

… with your immortal soul!!! [booming echo effect]


Danielle M. says: “This is June plotting to kill me for waking her up during her beauty sleep.”

Now You See It, Now You Don’t

Peanut?


What peanut?


Geoff B. writes: “Attached are some photos my father took while at a cabin in Ontario over the summer. The poor chipmunks were so hungry, they’d come right up for any kind of treat and didn’t seem to mind being photographed. This lil’ guy could even give hamsters some tips on the finer points of proper cheek stuffin‘”

You Know You’re Having a Bad Day When

You eat your own homework from the Obedience School.

Sender-Inner Linsey tells us, “This is our puppy, Augustus Pullo (or Gus, as we mostly call him). He is a pekingese-chihuahua mix, also called a pekachu.”

Make Fun of My Haircut, Will You?

Well then, prepare to suffer the bitter sting of my rapier wit!


Photo by Flickrer laszlo-photo, who notes that “the name ‘marmoset’ comes from an Old French word, meaning ‘grotesque figure.'”

I’m like a sneeze. Impossible to resist!

Flowers weren’t getting Charlie anywhere with the girls, so he tried telling jokes.


Abby, who let Charley Chuckles out of his tree?

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