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Last week on The Adventures of Biff and Skippy, our heroes ignored the advice of Scoutmaster Bob and wandered far away from camp. Now, with nightfall fast approaching, the wayward brothers find themselves lost and isolated in the dreaded… Valley of the Cats.
The suspense is killing us, Hamish Darby.
Once upon a time there was a beagle puppy named Arnold. All his toys were bright and shiny because they were new, just like him.
There was one toy, above all others, that he cherished. Ball on Rope.
Sometimes Arnold loved Ball on Rope so much, he had to chomp it with his teeth.
In that moment, Arnold realized the world would be a better place if everyone had a Ball on Rope.
Then, Arnold remembered that he is just a puppy. He has no pockets to store money and make purchases. He has no voice to say words that mean things to people.
For a moment, Arnold was very sad. Then The Cute Overload Fairy appeared out of nowhere and said, “Arnold, don’t despair! The world will be a better place because of you. You and your Ball on Rope will give cheer to thousands of people. After hearing your story and seeing your face, folks will drive more carefully, be nice to the next person they see and do a better job loving one another. Be at peace, Arnold.” And just as quickly as she came, The Cute Overload Fairy went.
Arnold gave his best, cutest side-eye look at the camera with the hope in his heart that he did a little something to make this planet a happier, cuter place.
And Arnold, Layalie K. and The Cute Overload Fairy lived Happily Every After. The End.
And suddenly, my life has meaning and purpose once more…
Froggie’s best side, captured by Flickr user Brian Gratwicke.
Don’t let the bed bugs bite.
Especially if your bed bugs start to look like Fizzgig.
We’re just itching to feature Bleecker again, Teresa K.
Try not to hurt yourself admiring the entirely intoxicating adorable-ness coming at ya through the screen.
If you can still breathe, go check out Joanne A.’s website for…wait for it…MORE TINY HORSES!
Once upon a time, there was a Husky puppy named Amelia.
There was also a Husky puppy named Molly.
Neither of them were sad, exactly, but, neither felt complete.
The Cute Overload Fairy heard their sighs and acknowledged their incompleteness. So, she went right to work and brought the two together.
Molly and Amelia were very happy to find each other and watched the world go by with the best friend they ever had.
Thank you, Kiera J., for a happy ending.
See how Canada’s parks department tackles the problem of invasive deer with a single border collie. You don’t mess around with Jill!
Maybe 5 too many the night before.
Way to party, Jolene M., Linsey, Saara, Noah S. and Austen W.