Dugout Dug

“… and that’s strike three to Latimoor, sending him back to the dugout and bringing up Dug Spazowski, the rookie retriever whose otherwise perfect record for stolen bases was tainted in last week’s game when a squirrel ran onto the field…”

Via slgckgc.

It’s Sinko de Maru!

Mugumogu recently found retro, young Maru footage for us all to dive into.
Water you waiting for?!

Fave “Little Maru” peenk tongue Frame:

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Fave “Big Maru” chinny-chin-chin water droplet Frame:

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O HAI It’s “Be Kind To Animals Week”

I’ll be kind to all the animals, but that doesn’t mean I have to share my dinner with ’em.


From Daily Pozitive.

Cinco de Maceo

“Here’s Maceo (pronounced May-see-oh) helping in the garden.”

“Here’s Maceo receiving instructions on how to behave with new plantings.”

“Which he promptly ignores… ”

“He discovers his real interest…” (Tag on plant says: Catnip.)

“This was followed by quiet barfing in a private shady place.”

“What a great morning!” Cheers!” -Alden C.

Obvious, Much?

I’m actually a pacifist.

Lucky the Boxer is brought to us by Jennifer S. and now we feel lucky, too.

Cinco de Madagascar-o


CO count o’ the lemur pile-o:

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Ring-tailed lemurs taking a siesta in the Madagascar habitat at the Dublin Zoo. Photo by Diana C.

BUN + 1

This is Clover with baby Hayden, who has managed to illegally park on Clover’s back.

From Annie M. Photo by Warren Peace Bunny Sanctuary.

!Feliz Cinco De Mayo!

If we have a choice between the usual crunch n’ munch and TACOS…well, YO QUIERO and all that jazz.

And, well, we’re not sure what’s on this guy’s menu.

Video by Busy Bee Dogs. Duchess the 8 year old bearded dragon from Kelsey S.


Both our subjects exhibit it.

One is using it to clean her grubby child and the other is using it to endure the cleaning.

They should win the Nobel Peace Prize.

Via The Telegraph, photo by Suzi E.

They Just Don’t Make Boxes Like They Used to

‘Member when you were little? Boxes were sturdy. The cardboard was corrugated. You could throw a 3 kitten birthday party on a box. Boxes these days, they melt like chocolate under the slightest pressure. It’s shameful.

Speaking of chocolate, is there cake?

Oh Janis C., I dread this very thing every time I sit in a lawn chair.


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