Would anyone like to help her out? From TrinketBaby.com.
It’s just about that time of the year! (Heck, Thanksgiving is just three days off!) You know, mistletoe, the Jolly Old Elf, the Grinch, Rudolph and Charlie Brown (The Big 3 specials) and…your photos on Cute Overload! Have a terrific holiday themed photo? We’d love to see it and mebbe even USE it right here on this very website! Click right here and send it on in- we can’t wait to see what you have! (BTW, if you can put “Holiday Photo” in the subject line, that would be keen.)
(BTW II- this is Trinket. From Paul, Trinket’s servant.)
PEEKING OUTTA MY STOCKING ON CHRISTMAS MORNING. (U can make that happen, right?) Thanks! -B.
(Image via Reddit.)
“This is our Corgi Murphy, blending in with our hardwood floors. Just call him Camouflage dog :). Besides having adorable pants he is a Total Snuggler. Hope he makes the cut. Thanks for all the fun posts!” -Kristina C.
[*Note: Once again, we see ROC #47: Splayed haunch action is Cute. -Ed.]
Forget getting out that big ol’ (dangerous) carving knife, spreading the newspaper, and getting those gunky, gloppy seeds everywhere. Just hire Maya The Corgi to do it!
You might have seen this last week- it was all over social media. A die-hard Kansas City Royals fan named Katie Castan just laid it on the line:
The Royals did win their playoff series- they play for the AL pennant starting tomorrow night- and the “He” in the sign paid up. (How could he not?) C.O. contacted Katie, who said “We were planning to visit KC Pet Project this past weekend, but on Thursday, a family of wonderful pet owners, who wish to remain anonymous, contacted us. They had been searching for a new home for their Corgi for a few months without success. Since a Corgi is my dream dog, we went to meet her and I fell in love. We both agreed and adopted Lucy “Rally” Castan, a 4 year old Pembroke Welsh Corgi.”
Spotted by Smedley.
This is the very first one. All the way back to the very beginning. Waaaay back in December of 2005. Twitter wasn’t even INVENTED yet! Rule Of Cuteness #01: Putting a paw up is Cute. Now that we’ve established that, who’s up for a quickie snorgle in the park…hmmmm?
Kristin MHS ’78/IU ’81 saw this on the Paw My Gosh FB.
Can you EVEN get past that Terrific Corgi Ear Action? (Sigh.) Let’s hear from Katharine M. “He’s riding high in a backpack on the way to Echo Cliffs, a sport climbing area near Malibu. He only gets backpacked when the trail gets really steep. He is one tough mountain-climbing all-terrain low-to-the-ground vehicle of Cute!”
That photo sets you up for a little bit o’ GoPro action with the man himself. Go, Riley, go!
Photo credit: Peter and Charlie.