Any better than Little Lord Chinchillaroy’s here?
Dear bun Cinnamon, the original and most famous Disapproving Rabbit, has passed away after 13 long bunneh years of aloof disinterest.
Let’s all bow our heads in Bunday unison and together say: “Harummmph!” for the dearly departed, much-adored, Cinnamon:
Thank you for the inspiration, Pamela D. Our condolences to DisapprovingRabbits.com founders Sharon and Bill.
Well, what do you say when you stub your toe?
Morgan S. of the fine blog The Brick House tells us, “Bowie had to get a nail removed and now has a redonkulous cast!”
“The trouble with being a Basset Hound and looking sad all the time is that the folks can’t tell when you just look sad and when you really are sad. Like when everyone else gets hamburgers and I get stuck with yesterday’s kibble.”
Aww, can I share with him, Alexis M?
It’s spring time. It’s kitten time. It’s springy kitten time.
It’s time to spring for a kitten.
Purred time’s the charm, Sara G. Foster Kitten hover facts by San Francisco Animal Care and Control.
Lil’ HamPants “Kokosanka” died on May 7. She was just over 2 and a half years old.
Before Kokosanka died, owner Pyza took her hamster out to enjoy the grass and dandelions one last time.
Rest in peace little ham! My condolences, Pyza. Hovertexts by Pyza.
[oooh! celebrity sighting! pyza in the comments hizzouse!]
Many strange legends are told of the land down under, but none so strange as the story of the koala twins. You see, koala twins are rare. Rarer than a wombat in a billabong, Ugg boots in the Outback, lips on a platypus, a dingo in the old gum tree!
It all began when the Aussie hinterland heard an unfamiliar sound…
It was a sound like one never heard before. Had we known how deeply we would squee, we would’ve obeyed our first impulse and walked away with our hearts intact.
The heartwarming back story: “Hi, It is not common for a Koala to bear twins, and regrettably in this instance the Mum was struck and killed by a passing car. Fortunately, the driver stopped, and took the mother to the local vet – where it was discovered she had these twins in her pouch. It’s so nice to see a story that has a happy ending in these troubled times that we live in. Taking care of others is a great way to forget about our own problems and difficulties!”