It’s easy. Just bounce up and down. Try it right now!
From Frîncu M.
Always happens to the little guys. Kids can be cruel.
(peeppeep) Dude? (peeppeep) Dude? (peeppeep) You got some food on your face!
And then he said, “Guess what? Chicken butt!”, James H. via Youtube, where you can see many more videos of Oscar the cat and his chicks!
There’s cream puffs, then there’s Pichí.
Telly is coming in a little fuzzy, thenks awfully.
Photo by Phil C. of Burnham in Buckinghamshire UK as spotted on the Telegraph.
“Thanks for coming to Jurong Bird Park, I’m Ollie Ostrich and I’ll be your tour guide today. Before we get going, anyone have any questions? No? OK, well hope y’all brought plenty of sun block ‘cuz it’s a scorcher today, so let’s shove off! Everybody into the tram, keep hands and feet inside at all times!”
Cuteporter Antonette U. tells us, “I took this shot- wished it was my pet though. :)”
Adorable baroo ducklings do!
Titmouses Titmice Teetsmooses This titmouse does!
Caterpillars do! Wait, what?
“Mamba (Black) Swallowtail Butterfly chasing the drips around the hose as we
watered the lawn” taken at Selati Game Reserve, South Africa by Alex T.
Puddin’ the duckling from Jacqueline F.
Photographer Colleen B. captured the super cute titmouse.
Last, but not least, Josè Louis R. took the last photo and Emilie F. “had to share this picture I stumbled on of European bee eater birds snuggled together on a branch…together they make a fluffy flock of cuteness!”
After CO introduced Lona to the world, sender-inner Nicole C. followed up by sharing a new photo to let everyone know, “This is what Lona looked like the very next day! ;-)”
Lona at the The Dingle Wildlife & Seal Sanctuary.
Don’t worry, I’m a trained professional.
Duckling, Lona, getting a little help from her friends at the Dingle Wildlife & Seal Sanctuary, Co. Kerry, Ireland, sent in by Nicole C.