~ Fine Purveyor of Cute Caturdays Since 2007 ~
Just the other day we showed you a Simon Snow Cat– now we get a chance to see how it’s really done!
I’d say Mary Ann appears to be the safer bet of the two at this point.
Cuteporter Tanya S. writes in: “Let me introduce you to my cat, Ginger :-). She loves climbing into purses, and demands that you rub her nose if she lays on you. Enjoy!”
[Ginger looks like she’s locked into search & destroy mode if you ask me. -Ed]
This probably isn’t a good one to pick.
“Trilly is trapped in the kitchen and she swears she didn’t eat the cat food. Napoleon, S’mores, and Peter beg to differ and there will be…consequences.” -Shelly B.
Grasshopper, to achieve total peace and enlightenment, you must become one with The Capybara.
Once you have done so, you too will know the true meaning of Squee.
[Now, is it ZEN or is it TAO, like ‘The Tao of Pooh.’ Anyone know? -Ed]
From Callie H. who says: “I noticed that there is a shortage of capybara posts on Cute Overload! [True! -Ed] Here are some super cute capybaras enjoying some spa treatments.”
Scientists are baffled as to why a lot of sea lions are stranding themselves along the beaches of Southern California, and some of them are in tough shape. Wired has a good story on how truckloads of these Prosh Dudes are being shipped up the coast to the SF Bay Area’s Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito for care.
[You can also help feed these guys. Donate to “Meals for Seals” right here.]
See a distressed marine mammal in Northern California? Call (415) 289-SEAL.
Photo by Ingrid Overgard/The Marine Mammal Center.
..there may be something cuter than this, but we haven’t found it yet?
(singsong voice) Found it.
Cuteporter Shara Z: “The force of the interspecies cuteness is enough to short out your computer.” Yup. There goes the hard drive. Thanks.