Summer’s Here…

…time to go out and buy a new lawn mooer!


Daddy was a Toro, Shea S.

Are you sitting comfortably, then I’ll begin…

Once upon a time, there was a great sphinx who awoke from a deep slumber and being very hungry, demanded fudz from all passersby, saying,

“Cheops the Tuna comin’ in tomb my fez.”


Tut-tut, Heinrich. Thank you, Nichole!

Pup-vo-lution II: Bullet Pup Boogaloo

Jen L. raises the stakes: “I totally had to top your Pup-vo-lution post with my clearly far more advanced-up-the-evolutionary-ladder pup/plane/furball who goes by the name Milan. You can see how pointy noses are far superior to smooshed faces for streamlined performance. When not in flight he morphs into an extra floofy specimen of wirehair dachshund.”

Stalking the Wily House-cat

“Oh, the house-cat can be a tricky bugger to hunt,” warned our safari guide. “But once you’ve bagged one — that’s when the real challenge begins. There’s no more cunning or resourceful creature on God’s earth than a cornered cat, for certain.”

And now, a different kind of !#!BEEEEEP!@!!

Well, what do you say when you stub your toe?


Morgan S. of the fine blog The Brick House tells us, “Bowie had to get a nail removed and now has a redonkulous cast!”

I got you something for Father’s Day

I don’t think you have a tie-holder like this yet.

Stacy Z.

Let’s Play, Name That Kitten!

We will show you 3 kittens while our 30-second timer counts down. Can you give the kittens names before the timer buzzes?


Sender-inner Nancy W. says, “You can’t break up the sisters, ever! … So tiny, so don’t have names yet. Any ideas?”

Stuck in the Middle with You

“Well, I think I’ll roll around and chomp on my tailio.”

Good Kitten Times via my other favorite blog DListed.

Get an Ocean, You Two

A pair of rescued elephant seals got a taste of freedom — and each other — when the Pacific Marine Mammal Center sent them back into the wild last Saturday. With well-wishers cheering, the pups shared a kiss before being shooed into the ocean.

2011: A Squirrel Oddity

We take you now to the training center of NASA (Naturally Aerodynamic Squirrel Astronauts), where would-be space travelers use this elaborate state-of-the-art simulator to overcome the difficulties of eating in zero-gravity conditions…

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