They Only Love You When You’re Fat

Yeah, that was me: Rollo, “The Pudgy Panda.” I was the star of the zoo — T-shirts, my own website, thousands of kids a day come to see me. Glorious, man.

But I was getting really winded, so I get on this weight loss kick: a little cardio in the morning, watching the diet, you know. And just when I start to feel good, that’s when management wants a meeting. They’re “taking the panda exhibit in a new direction,” that’s all they tell me. All I know is, if it weren’t for my cousin letting me crash at his place, I’d be on the street.


Via Delightfully Manic.

Malamute Cute

Feel better now, Sasha!

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Sender-Inner Katie P: “My Malamute Sasha was feeling pretty crummy while we waited for some meds for to kick in. She was having a little leaking issue, too, hence the diaper. My mom sat on the floor and within seconds Sasha was cuddled up with her and quickly feel asleep.” Photo by Kevin B.

Makin’ Bis-kits

To make bis-kits with lots of fluffy layers,

You want the dough to be very soft.

Gently knead your bis-kit dough into a ball.

This can get messy when the bis-kit dough sticks to your hands,

But that’s half the fun!

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This is Maxine O.’s finger-lickin’ good kitten, Mika.

So, a Bear, a Bunny and a Panda Walked Into a Bar

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Ouch! The bear and the panda got knocked out.

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But not the bunny. He was a bar hopper.

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Sender-inner Kirby M. tells us these three cuties are Levi (bear), London (panda), and Milton (bunny). “Levi and London are half brothers, from the same dad but different moms. They are only 3 months old. Milton is a year and a half, and the king of the house!”

This — Stuff — Is — Awesome!

What is this stuff? Did you make this stuff? It’s sure a lot of fluffy stuff! Where did this stuff come from? I can’t get enough of this stuff! I want this stuff all the time! Can you buy this stuff? What — the — heck — is — this — stuff?!

FaveFrame™ and stuff!

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As YouTuber jefcharles explains, Fletcher the cat is seeing snow for the first time: “After being sent home from work the first thing I did on getting home was to check outside the back door to see if there were any cat paw prints. There weren’t, so I thought I’d introduce Fletcher to the snow and film the results.”

Trying to Cut Down on Caffeine?

… why not start your morning with a… GIGANTIC KITTY FACE!!


You’re welcome, and you can thank cuatrok77 for the photo.

Teddy Bear: The Next Generation

To Boldly Nom Where No PorcuPet has Nommed Before!

So, check it out. You’ve got this little Wildman here, obveesh from the TEDDY BEAR SCHOOL OF NOMMING, so sit back while quaffing a root beer, and watch these little paws n’ claws go!

BONUS: Turn up the speakers for DA SQUEEKEENG HICCUPS. MAKE IT SO, NUMBER ONE!

[Combining a Star Trek reference with porcupines- only on CO. -Ed]


Brooke R. reports: “Every time I have a particularly crummy experience in life, I go to your website to cheer myself up. Cute Overload never fails to make me smile and I adore my Page-A-Day Calendars (they’re all over our walls!) Anyway, I love porcupines (admitted Teddy fan) and I am obsessed with this video on YouTube! by Dissapproving Rabbits.com! It’s so freaking cute you will die squirming with delight! Many snorgles and thanks!”

Honey, The Pizza Dog’s Here

Can you get my wallet for me? We got one pupp-eroni and one snausage, right?

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Folks, this be Mia, c/o Jennifer C.

Another Bunday Mornin’

Another Bunday, I wake up, coffee’s on the way
Another Bunday, I’ll see what the paper’s say
Push the curtains open, let the light come in
And it’s Bunday, Bunday Mornin’ again

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Text stolen adapted from Robert Lamm’s “Another Sunday.”
Winnie S. sent along photos of Pumpkin, her Bun.

I Don’t Need a Helping Hand!

Well, not the whole hand, anyway — maybe just a “helping finger.” Really, even a “helping pinky” would do the job, or better yet, a “helping edge of just below the knuckle on the index finger”…


Angie B. writes: “Last night, my husband saw him stuck to the patio door, thinking, at first, that he was a bug. After several failed attempts, and much hopping, (on the frog’s part, not mine) I managed to get this one clear picture.”

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