Extra! Extra day! Leap all about it!
The Goggie Positioning System’s highly accurate dual receivers transmit the location of every burger joint drive-thru in town.
“At .17 miles, turn left. In 200 feet, turn right. If you love me, proceed to the Burger Barn drive-thru at the next intersection…”
Turn this car around, Ant!
Welcome to everybody’s favorite game show. This week we take a twist on tradition and bring you a puzzle! Take a look at a picture that is partially obscured and guess WHAT! IS! THAT?
Is it a. a pot bellied pig, b. a sea lion or c. a puppy?
Tic toc. Tic toc. Buzzzzzzz! Time’s up. Are you still puzzled? Let’s uncover some of the picture.
Have you figured it out?
If you guessed c. a puppy, you are correct! Thanks so much for playing and let’s thank this week’s sponsor, Sean Y.
Oh yeah? ‘Cause, no one really knows what cute looks like.
Honey, they do now.
Obi’s cute phasers are set to stun, Esther H.
Your preenth has arrived. Keeth me, eef you dare.
Kat S., where has Misaki been all my life?
Tiny paws in prayer position, close ups, tunnel shots and a hammy sammy!
For more hammy goodness, visit Roborovski Hamsters.
Come along, puppy. You not s’posed to akshally eat da bowl of Legos.
Amelia and her new puppy in a totally imaginary place. I mean no floors are really that clean, Eva W.
If you’ve tried everything to train your dog not to bark, this advanced method may be for you. It combines a restraining muzzle clamp with a pootent, er, potent form of persuasion.
Thanks for sharing, Cristal G.
From Pole to Pole, Feb. 27 is the day to celebrate the great white bear.
So be sure to greet every polar bear you meet today with a big high five, OK? And did you know, according to many well-informed myths, all polar bears are left-handed. Other sources are convinced they are right. So pay attention to the paw and help resolve this important debate. After all, we know you care how many are left. Ferdinand S., Mama Ursus Maritimus and junior, Tiergarten Schonbrunn, Vienna.
The mostly silent film The Artist roared at the Academy Awards, picking up five wins including Best Picture. We’d like to think a certain scene-stealing terrier named Uggie had something to do with it.