With Japanese soundtrack no less. Thanks to Dan. This kitten’s name is “Peter Jennings”. Yes, that makes tons of sense. [shifty eyes]
… so we’re just going to work on relaxing that scalp for a few more minutes, then it’s off to the whirlpool before the aromatherapy. Remind me again: Did you want the banana- or the coconut-scented candles?
[Just spotted in the comments: Monkey masseuse announces mammal massage tour dates!]
Stealthily, the cunning secret agent shinnies into position.
From his vantage point, he can overhear secret conversations, read classified documents, gather vital intelligence — completely undetected.
Then suddenly, without warning — a misstep! The cunning secret agent loses his footing! In an instant, months of meticulous planning could be lost forever!
But no! All is not lost! With steely resolve, the cunning secret agent draws on his advanced ninja skills, clinging to his perch with a grip of iron…
… I said, a grip of…
With the element of surprise firmly on his side, the cunning secret agent plunges fearlessly into the enemy outpost…
Photos by Flickr user Clara S.
Dog loves you not.
Loves you not.
Loves you not.
Loves you and the flower too!
“Dog” is a Bassett Hound, named Howard. Who knew?! For more cute puppies go to Nat Geo Wild Your Puppy Pictures thanks to Marilyn T.
This kid otter be tired soon! [groan]
Please add your favorite pun in the comments. I’m looking at you, 260 Oakley.
Another of Ant’s Quality Foraged Links!
Opening this week at SudsSpace at SOMA, San Francisco’s only art gallery and laundromat: “The Square Root of Unconsciousness,” an installation by renowned performance artist Zamboni McHitler. In the piece, which runs 14 non-consecutive hours, McHitler offers a variety of fruit to a panel of sedated cats, who then watch as the artist performs the USA PATRIOT Act via interpretive dance.
Well, it’s still better than the Thomas Kinkade retrospective, Jackal C.
Although it’s important for a modern hamster to be well-read, everyone has a favorite classic they return to time and again…
Mine’s The Old Ham and the Sea, by Ernest Hammingway.
We’d love to check this cutie out at our library, Meagan E.