This Just In: Twins ResQte™

According to the Mail Online, these identical twin sisters, one abandoned by her mother and one lost stray from her, er, anyway whatever, were miraculously reunited! One is Kitty and one is Buttons but we can’t tell them apart!


These two are much better than the presidential debate, alert Sender-Inner Ragnhild K.

Start Making Margaritas; It’s Caturday!

Why margaritas, you ask? Why not, I say! But also because today you get to look upon this adorable little kitty called a sand cat, or in fancy pants Latin, Felis margarita.


Via KittyFlix, photo by Johanna Siegmann Photography

Avengers Disassemble!

Fear not, citizens! Earth’s Wrinkliest Heroes™ are here to protect you! (Starting by protecting you from your delicious shawarma, which was a bit greasier than they normally make it and you would have totally hated anyway, trust me.)

It’s a Science Experiment

I’m trying to drink my way to the bottom to see how flexible my head is.


“Zen sees the glass as half full,” notes photographer Steve Jurvetson. Yes, that’s the cat’s name: Zen. How perfect is that?

How Do You Relax a Swan?

Rubberneck, of course.


Via Reddit

Call Mom Taxi 4: Outta Gas?

When you need to call Mom Taxi, she’s usually there to pick you up right away. Once in awhile though, Mom Taxi gets pooped.

Rhino Pin Action.

THIS JUST IN: Panda Physical

The sixth panda cub born at the San Diego Zoo, born July 29, gets the very best in medical attention, an experience not unlike getting probed by space aliens, if his noisy reaction is anything to go by.

Under Mom’s Tum!


I know it’s a re-run, but I couldn’t help it. Thank you, the innertubes.

How many times has this happened to you

You’re sitting in your cubikuhl and OMG CUTE OVERLOAD OVERDOSE™


Orige content by Vooza.

Friday Haiku: On Hop of the World

Ribbiting peeper

Amphibian bug zapper

Or enchanted prince


Brian G. says this is a Dendropsophus ebraccatus. Or, hourglass tree frog!

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