Me and my associates are conductin’ a little Family business up hea. If you got a problem with dat we might have to do a number on yous.
Gorgeous ruby red tropical blooms that scream for attention? Oh please. Wally is the headline act.
“We adopted Wally, the Blue-fronted Amazon Parrot, when he was 23 years old and had had two previous owners. He will live well into his sixties and I have promised him a forever home. He has settled into our family of 2 dogs, 2 cats, a cockatiel, a tortoise and a Bearded Dragon. I love to place Wally in colorful settings around the back yard and take his photo.” -LuvFurArt.com artist, Kris B.
Cuteporter Annie K. found this on The Corvid Blog. The blog says their rather sneaky behavior of creeping up and giving their prey’s tail a good yank is just part of who they are…the little finks. Are you the guys who wake me up in my backyard every morning?
How else can a Mama Cat keep her ducklettes in a row? Give ‘em love bites on the butt. Just like a real family.
As seen on Love Meow
George The Budgie dives in for a quick splash…then decides it’s twice as nice to go back a second time.
Video submish by Deb T.
Ranging from the Northeast to the Great Lakes region, the Crimson Nosepicker (mucus digguli) is a constant nuisance to any unwary hiker caught without a tissue.
Via Mark Dumont.
A hot breeze stirred the streets of Tombstone as the marshals approached the edge of town. Some of them wouldn’t be coming back, they knew — but no matter the outcome, there would be justice… and honking.
Via Simon Yeo.
Allo. Allo. Allo. Nice ‘too meetcha!
“I’m calling it a redonkatoo.” -Josh Norem (lol, good one!)