Oh hai! Guess what? We had fun! You’re going to love this! We made a treasure hunt up and down the beach by burying cell phones, car keys, radios, binoculars, books, water bottles and shoes! And we drew the treasure map with sun lotion on your back while you were sleeping!
Across the carpeted plains of the Arctic there roams a breed known to the Inuit peoples as kuauneq inuk, or “the carrot hunter.” Traveling in packs of four to eight, these dogs have highly evolved scent receptors, specially adapted so that they can catch even the faintest whiff of beta carotene.
This is Juneau, six week old Siberian Husky, shot by Holly and sent in by Daniel M.
Redonk. Scroll down for proshness:
Sender-Inner Megan B. likes things in triplicate to be safe. Photo by Wombatarama.
Yeah, they’re over on the coffee table. [points with ear]
The AKC should be made aware of this new breed Laura Bittner!
Please, pretty please, oh please? I promise I’ll take care of him and clean up after him and play with him and feed him bananas and Monkey Chow or whatever it is they eat, please can I pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeze??
Taken in Nagaon, Assam, India by Diganta Talukdar.
Yes… Yes, I’m getting an image now: I see a stranger, a tall man in a trench coat and clown shoes… there is a car chase, many explosions and a sequel… Some Baptists are tap dancing; in the clicking of their heels there is a coded message: “Don’t… trust… the…” I… I cannot continue without sunflower seeds…
His name is Nacho, says SimonSays.
Behavioral scientists remain puzzled by what they call Cluster Associative Theory, or CAT. As yet unexplained, the theory holds that kittens will tend to cluster in a single container…
…despite the presence of alternatives.