Parteh!!!

Okay, that’s it, the parents have finally left!

Eric, you grab the wood, Dana, you keep watch, and I’ll hang the disco ball–just the bare necessities for damming this river and having best bear boy-girl party ever!


Let’s all be glad we’re not teenagers anymore, Mac Danzig.

Welcome to the Cute Cafe

May we start you off with a latte?


Our special today is pup-in-a-pup, two for the price of one…


And for dessert, can we tempt you with koala-on-a-stick?


Maybe another latte to dunk them in?


On behalf of kitchen staff misocrazy, AntNina Matthews Photography, and I Love Coffeebon appétit!

Harold Prepares for Damage Control

(All right, keep it together… Don’t look flustered, that’s the important thing… Now, I’ll need a cover story… Something ran under the slide and I dove for it, yeah, that’ll work… So, a squirrel, maybe? No, too simple… Bigfoot? Wait, that’s silly, he’d never fit down there… A leprechaun? Think, Harold, think!)


“GOOD GRIEF BE LOOKING 4 THEESE 1″ says Brinke G.

Hot Enough for Ya?

Oh, tell me about it. Why, it must be almost forty degrees out today!

I know! I almost don’t feel like romping playfully! I said “almost.”

Via HuffPo via Buzzfeed via Tastefully Offensive via Thomas D. Mangelsen.

Conga-Leecking!

OK, so then this happened…

Be a Deer and Get Out

See how Canada’s parks department tackles the problem of invasive deer with a single border collie. You don’t mess around with Jill!

Polar Cub Crawl

Prepare for some searingly sweet baby polar bear wriggling cuteness from the  Toronto Zoo‘s newest cub.

He’s been named Hudson and in this video he’s all, “Look Ma, I’m a sloth!”

We have Callie H. to thank for this submission and for showing us polar bear cubs don’t walk until around 4 months. Who knew?!

We’re So Happy We Wet Our Pandas!

Wait for it! Double soggy bottom panda diaper droopage!

Twin baby pandas, Kai Hin (boy) and You Hin (girl) at Shirahama Adventure World Zoo, Japan

No Drinking Problems Here

Just three happy pandas with perfect bottle-gripping skills.

Be the Stick

To become a master of bear-fu requires discipline and hours of practice. It also helps to begin one’s training at a very early age.

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