Are You Thinking What I’m Thinking?

CATNIP FALLS, CT — Surgeons at Mercy Me Medical Center separated two kitties who were joined at the head.

Because the kitties shared a single brain, an agreement has been reached…

…for each kitty to use the brain on alternate days.

Kate N. says: “Here are our kittehs Max and Gracie, stuffed after Thanksgiving turkey. Max (left) was nice enough to welcome Gracie into the family after she and her sisters were born in a shed near our yard. Now they are best friends!”

My Client Has No Further Comments

They finally caught up with Vito “Babyface” Catalano. He’s doin’ time now, for leaving the scene of an accident.

There’s a good chance of time off for good behavior, Sarah!

Welcome to the World of… the Future!

Behold! What wondrous advances await us in the year 3000! Disposable noses! An entire college education in pill form! And, after a hard day of micro-botanical brain farming, glide home in safe, silent comfort aboard your personal Hover-Shoe!


Hector T. brings you the Totonika of tomorrow — today!

Dairy Air

Nellie the Dancing Cow, and her famous “Grand Arabesque”.

Ehn!

Dance to the moosic, Sandy T.

Aliens! They’re Everywhere!

Caught one trying to melt into the walls! I’ll grab his antenna so he can’t escape!

Unclear on the Concept

Talk about creatures of habit: Once a dog gets used to the idea that he can’t walk through a glass door, he won’t walk through it even when the glass is gone.

Apparently, this has happened before:

THIS JUST IN: Cute Cheetah Claws!

Kiburi, a two-week-old cheetah cub at the San Diego Zoo’s Safari Park, opened his eyes last week.

According to keepers, the cub purrs for his milk bottle, an unusual thing for cheetahs to do. Story, cute video here.

Well, There Goes My Morning…

First, the alarm doesn’t go off. Then, the toaster burns my toast. And now the snowplow’s running late. What else can go wrong today?

Lindsay B. says this is a miniature horse, so maybe the snow isn’t as deep as it looks.

Update: We’re coming for you DILBERT!

(And Ansel Adams!)

PEOPLE! Thanks to you, we surpassed the Glee and Sierra Club calendars and are heading for the Top 3 calendars on Amazon!

Wow! Thank you all for your supports!

Learn more about the 2011 calendars here.

Bummingherds

Check out these gorgeous, tiny-beaked, prosh hummers:






Bird (photography!) watcher Sharon D. sent in this fabulous set, shown with permission, by Tony Markle. You can buy prints of his work here. All hovertext bird facts are from Wikipedia.

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