I’m cornstantly amazed by chipmonks, Attack of the Cute.
“New iPhone 5? Yeah, heard about it. Four-inch Retina display…uh-huh…what? New A6 chip? Cool. And 18% thinner, 20% lighter, too? Wow. Uh-huh. September 21st’s the on-sale date? Yeah, I’m in. I’ll give this one to the other puppeh.”
Sender-Inner Courtney Lavigne, we thank thee.
[Peeps! An urgent word from an O-Fish-Yul Cute Overload Partner! Please take a momento to read thees!]
Today you have a rare opportunity to undertake an extraordinary act of heroism.
The Harmony Fund is sustaining 25 animal rescue squads across the planet and you can help them win a grant of $250,000 to care for thousands of homeless animals who would otherwise perish in the snow this winter. Cast your vote for the Harmony Fund in the Chase Community Giving contest.
Toni Rowles (above) holds a newly rescued dog outside the RSDM animal shelter in Bulgaria where 150 dogs are counting on him for safety. The shelter’s roof will not survive another snowfall and volunteers are terrified. Your vote will help rebuild the roof and to bring thousands of animals out of the cold worldwide. Thank you for taking 10 seconds to vote for HARMONY FUND in the Chase Community Giving contest.
Have fun at work. I’ll stay home with the dog. We’re best friends! It’ll be fine.
She sounds trustworthy E. Gracheva.
‘Allo, mah lee-tle belle femme skonk fatale! You look like zee angel when you are le sleepeengs, but alas, I must wake you to get your order for zee breakfast of bed!
They’ll do anything for belly rubs!
Somewhere out there, is a puppeh burying acorns, LinninIN
That fish was so close, it almost jumped right into my paws! I nearly had it! What, you don’t believe me? Look at this face! Is this a face that would lie to you? Is it?
From this gigantic slide show of baby animals in the N.Y. Daily News.
At least your dirty secrets are safe right here with us. We won’t tell anyone about it.
Our lips are sealed!
Makes locked-lips-twisting-and-throwing-away-the-key motion.
Blame it all on DogShaming
With a limited range of less than two octaves, the treble cracker is less versatile than, say, the tenor pretzel, yet nonetheless its glistening high notes make it an indispensable instrument in the snackwinds section of any food-based orchestra.
Via Attack of the Cute.