Heaveh Duteh Cutehs

Bring on the burly bully blorpitudinous blorp!

And check who’s pushing the bully buggy at 3:37! Big Momma is all, “They aint heavy, they my bullies!”

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This blorp brought to you by Suburban Bullies.

Shhhh. There’s Sompin’ Down There.

Put your ear down here. Listen. Hear that? It’s a rustlin’ sound. You don’t think it’s a g-g-g-ghost, do ya?


Attack Of The Cute, indeed!

When Will The PDA End?

It’s a non-stop love fest out there; kissing right out in the open! Don’t any of you have rooms?





Pirizoe and Carrie T. you are killing me!

Pot Belly Hog

As cute as it might be, McPudgyhedgie here might be better off NOT getting its belly button pierced! Oooch.


Oh The Rotundity, Jo D.!

Breakfast of cHAMpions!

You better eat your blorpberries so you can grow up to be big and strong like Lillian here.

You might also get your picture on Cute Overload!

Gee, that’s just swell, Erin M.!

Don’t Get Carried Away

Aw, hammies love blorpberries in the morning. And lunchtime and snack time and dinner and, well, then they have to be carried away.


We thought wheels made hamsters go ’round, Serena G.

New Wave Yoga

We’ll begin with the double blubber twist and we’ll hold this position until the instructor gives everyone a fish.


Everybody knows doing yoga will help you balance your mind and your body and a beach ball on your nose.


The most crucial secret to yoga is not centering your chi, or finding your inner chakra, but the ability to look good in stretchy pants.


Pacific Harbor Seal pups at Marine Mammal Rescue at the Vancouver Aquarium, where orphaned and injured marine mammals are rehabbed and released.  Andy S. says, “this year all harbor seals are named after vegetables but with over 150 coming in this year, we ran out of veggies so you’ll find a few herbs and spices in there too. Underwater shot of Pimento saying hello, Rocket doing yoga, Cardamom trying to escape her tote at cleaning time.”

Time to Build an Ark! Ark! Ark!

(riiing, riiing) Hello, City Water. Yes, maam we are aware of the problem. There was a broken water pipe. One of our main seals burst.


Ant, you’re going to be swamped all day.

Oh, the (Tree-)Hugged Manatee!

Via Treehugger.com (spotted by friend of the site Marilyn T.) comes the blorptastic story of an adorable baby manatee orphaned in the Amazon river, rescued by conservationists and nursed back to health. Sadly, orphan manatees are very common, but so long as they have our helping hands, they’ll have hope.

Hungry Happy Harry Hippo Holds Handsome Honker Hilariously

Hard to believe anyone would reject this cuddly blorper, but that’s just what Harry the Pygmy Hippo’s mother did, so keepers at a wildlife sanctuary in South Africa raised him by hand ’round the clock. Looks like he has an effective way of telling you when it’s time for a feeding, too.


Picture by Miller and MacLean/Caters News. Story, more pictures at The Huffington Post.

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