“Buckwheat has a health condition called ‘Head Tilt’ which left his head at that jaunty angle after an infection messed with his balance centers. But 2 years later he’s adjusted just fine.” -Wendy Z.
Let’s see. Bunneh for Bunday..check. Kitteh Photobomb..check. ‘Tocks for ‘Tocktober..check.
Locked ‘Tocked n’ loaded. Take ‘er away, Kath L.
“We moved to Switzerland from Australia in 2011 and sadly had to give up Skipper. Luckily he was adopted by good friends of ours and has a large, organic garden to roam around in and a new kitten friend called Gus to play with.”
“This is a front shot so that you can see for yourselves that he’s just as cute from that angle too.”
“The third photo shows the two furry buddies together. We miss him terribly and often look at his photos and go ‘awwwww.'”
Did you even know buns could be Pop-ables? Oregon’s got a few!
Each one has the perfect ratio of proshness to disapproval.
Wait, why overload on one or two pygmy bun popables, when you can have a whole videooo!
Happy Bunday, everyone. Will you LOOK at the LITTLE RED LIPS and the BUNNEH PAW SWIPE ACTION?
As spotted on Tastefully Offensive: another tip of the cap towards Napa.
“I wanted to submit this photo of my sister Fiona and her boyfriend’s Fluffalicious Bebeh Bun, nicknamed Bubba Thump. I think he looks like Mr. Smee from Peter Pan – in the cutest way possible of course.” [Of course. -Ed] -Astrid K.
Then Fuzzberry’s story is for you!
“This is little Fuzzberry,
She came into our shelter, Bandaids for Bunnies, with 3 big abscesses.
She was one of the hundreds of bunnies living on the streets here in Richmond, British Columbia.
All are pets or offspring of pets. She is doing well and her abscesses are healing. We just love her!
She would love to see her pictures on Cute Overload!
These photos were taken by Christopher Orr. They were taken in our garden by the shelter. Our Facebook page is Bandaids for Bunnies.” -Krystal
Then this is totally like OMG gag me with a spoon fer sure!
“My bunny, Buck. Hope you enjoy, thanks.” -Ken Y.
“Quick, Lady Godiva, pick me up!”, said the hare, “Then we can ride through town together.”
“This is Persey, the Rose City Rabbit. I had to share this ridic eyelashes picture with you taken in front of the Portland Art Museum. Truly the Audrey Hepburn of rabbits.” -Amanda C.