I Come From A Land Down Under

So you’re getting ready to go to work, and all of a sudden WHOOPS look who comes wobblin’ THROUGH THE FRONT DOOR.

Welcome to the world of Alicia A. in Adelaide Hills, South Australia. Oh, but she’s not done yet. She had a backyard visitor too, who was anxious to get his drink on. And drink he did.

And drink.

And drink.


Story from DP&F who found it here. Title from Men At Work.

Do You Take Requests?

♪ ♫ “On the roaaad agin. I just cain’t wait to git on the road agin.” ♪ ♫
The old dinosaur’s musical repertoire was clearly not doing it for Lily.

“These are my pets Lily (cat) and Spike (bearded dragon) enjoying some time together.” -Melinda A.

Why Do They Keep Watering Me?

Ah mean, eet’s as if they want me to grow or something. I don’t get it. Maybe I should find another place to sit?

From RowdyKittens.com

Waiter, There’s Something In My Food

Mango the kitteh is wondering just how he can get to his dinner. Mr. McMouseketeer doesn’t care about that- he got there first.


Kittehs In The Kitchen

Feenix the Kitteh steps right up and wants to know what’s on the menu. Photo from Nancy M.


Jessica K.: “While I was away at a conference I hired Ralphie the Bengal Cat to keep an eye on my husband. I knew his cover was blown when Jeremy texted me this photo. Ralphie had been posing as Mrs. Butterworth next to the pancakes. Either that or a bottle of Jack. Ralphie’s namesake is the younger brother in “A Christmas Story.”


Ladybug. Playing. With. Sprinkles.

Kinda looks like she’s playing soccer or sumthin.’

Submitted by Bardlover1.

Everybuddy Loves Bugsy

Bugsy the bulldog babysitter is at it again – this time tenderly looking after little Malone, the orphaned orangutan.

Fave Frame:

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Bulldog kisses orangutan via YouTube.

I Got Rhythm, I Got Music…

…I got my man. Who could ask for anything more?

Concept/headline/submission by Megan W. Lyrics by I. Gershwin. Video post by B. Rogers.

Cooking With Catsup

Not clear on the concept.

‘This is Peeps, the cutest cat ever!’ -Heather R.

Name That Tune!

This little cockatiel can. (It’s “My Neighbor Totoro.”) Not only can he name it, he can sing it! Take it away, little buddy.

Submitted by many a Cuteporter.


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