Sender-Inner Nancy R., I”d like to thank you in Hedgehog terms you can understand: [multiple SNORF sounds]
Holy Mismatched Slippers!
Sender-Inner Samaja says that Ethel, third bunny from left, is a rebel who wears all white, even after Labor Day.
“Your white spots act as camouflage by blending with the the rays of light that filter through the canopy of leaves to the forest floor! Also, they look like fuzzy gumdrops!”
“And you smell like a banana that’s been doused in curdled love.”
Ella and Moon Shadow will be BFFs forevah, Frank and Carolyn D.
Now, ah don’t know how you boys do things in the city, but ’round these parts, we got this thing called a speed limit, and you was over it by a whole mile. Seeing as you ain’t got the $637 fine, you just have to share a cell with Buford tonight.
Julie H. testifies: “Mr. Brimley was a rescued cat from Perth, Ontario, he’s quite a gentleman and he has a fantastic mustache. He’s actually only a year and a half old, although he looks much wiser.”
Germany’s Frankfurt Zoo had a surprise; not only did they have their first tiger cub born in 26 years, but to a mother they thought was infertile. The zoo is raising the female, named Daseep, by hand because her mother rejected her (apparently, first-time tiger moms do that sometimes, so don’t be too sad).
They subjected her to a battery of tests, including… THE ANNOY-O-TRON 3000!
Once the cub is sufficiently annoyed, it is deemed to be mentally healthy.
It’s not fair… all the puppies and kitties on this site get lots of hugs and pet-pets and scritchy-scritches on their chinny-chin-chins. And I hafta eat lunch all by myself.
Marilyn T. at National Geographic is sharp as ever. You can enter the National Geo photo contest here!
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: This video is a bit like the “kitteh surprise” video from last year — only in this one, kitteh might have a little surprise for you.
Submitted by our very own Theresa, who would like you to know she’s not on Facebook. ;)
Ma, you knew I was gonna leave the nest eventually. And as adorably aggressive as the thought behind this may be, we both know that Elmers is only delaying the inevitable.
Smooches, Jenifer T. Photo by Leon S. Tucker