Oh ah saw the sign. Who cares about cats, anyways?
And, to honor Caturday check out these Caturday-rific cats.
“Bell” to represent the ringing in of the weekend.
“My cat Bell” -Scott B., Moopi’s friend, Tomoko. -Irene Y., “Her name is Princess and she is beautiful.” -Marita, “Ashton in the playpen with all the kittens seemingly bowing to his snorgletude.” –Josh Norem
I Dare You Hoooo!
So, this is Smudge. Hi Smudge! Smudge is a little owl. No, not a little owl, a Little Owl.
“I met Smudge the Little Owl at Loch Lomond Bird Sanctuary in Scotland. She is owned by the centre and was hand reared from only 5 weeks old. This has resulted in her friendly nature believing she is human. It is common for little owls of this breed to become aggressive after 1 year old but Smudge is now 4 and still adores cuddles, kisses and attention from visitors.” -Hazel W.
Despite what Captain Kirk would tell you…our ocean is truly the final frontier. If we don’t take care of it, we won’t get another one to take its place.
Learn more about World Oceans Day here!
This first video was taken off Dana Point, California– home to more dolphins than anywhere in the world!
This image of a harbor seal was taken in a kelp forest at Cortes Bank near San Diego by Kyle McBurnie. It was the overall winning image submitted to the University of Miami’s Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science‘s (RSMAS) underwater photography competition.
Pietro Cremone from Italy won third place in the wide-angle category. His entry shows a Raccoon Butterfly Fish and Angelfish on a reef in the Red Sea near Sharm el-Sheikh in Egypt.
Alex Tattersall took the shot of a Lionfish on the Thistlegorm wreck in the Red Sea and it won first place in the wide-angle category. The SS Thistlegorm was a British naval ship built in 1940 in England.
Second place in the wide-angle category went to Joseph Tepper. It shows Spinner Dolphins swimming in a small inlet off the Kona coast of Hawaii.
This shot of Anemone Shrimp was taken in Puerto Galera in the Philippines by Beth Watson. It was the winning picture in the RSMAS macro category.
The second place macro picture was this image of an Emperor Shrimp on top of two Nudibranch Molluscs. It was taken at Dinah’s Beach in Papua New Guinea by Douglas Good.
The third place in the macro category of the RSMAS underwater photography competition went to Italian photographer Frederica Bambi. It shows a Porcelain Crab on an Anemone at Pescador Island, Cebu in the Philippines.
Aww-daciously bow-dacious. This is Pugsley, and he is quite the charmer.
“Here are some photos of my Pug puppy (Pugsley) on Easter Sunday this year. He was about 4 months old. He looked sophisticated. I hope it can bring a smile to someones face. Thanks for your brilliant site! It makes my day.” -Marielle J.
That was the subject line of the email we received. Can you beat that as an attention-getter? Nope, no way. So let’s find out what’s going on here.
“I was walking to grab lunch in Cleveland when I spotted this little guy (or girl) taking a nap in broad daylight! I bring you: Eastern Red Bat butt-fuzz! Who knew that lower back hair could be so cute?” -Snapped and submitted by Miranda R. (Ashley P. also helped.)
You know how, when you see a sleepy little puppeh..and he’s just waking up, and he kinda rolls over, and has that warm little puppeh smell, and the belleh is warm, and there’s some BLINK BLINK BLINK stuff, and then he rolls over and cuffs his nose, you know like they do. Max adorbs and stuff?
All that is just a WARM-UP…for what happens at 1:13.