I thought I had heard the electric can opener. But I was wrong.
Mi scusi? Ummm, what do you think about this designer hedgehog trying out a new Leaning Tower of Pisa look?
Very nice, could be a hit this Fall, Kimberly B.
I’m innocent! It wasn’t my fault!
I dunno why the cat wanted to teach me how to climb over things. I mean, why would I ever need that skill?
Marty looks like a fast learner, Katy.
Upon being thrown in the pen, “Shiftyeyes” Dawggotti was heard to say, “The only reason I joined the gang was for the bling!”.
Just another fashion
victim villain, Jason.
Thanks to alert cuteporters, it has come to our attention that Knut the Polar Bear has passed away! He was only four years old. Cause of his death is not yet known.
We watched, loved and snorted with laughter at Knut over the years. Here are some highlights of our favorite [sniff] polar bear:
Remember his first “Wazzup, Bitches?” [snicker] paw pads pose?
After Knut after he was abandoned by his mother, zookeeper Thomas Dorflein stayed by Knut’s side. Dorflein passed away in September 2008.
In 2009, Knut was introduced to Gianna, an Italian girl intended to become Knut’s mate. The first day they shared an enclosure, Gianna slapped Knut, but they got along peacefully after that.
Earlier this year, Knut’s lavish 4th birthday was attended by 250 people who sang to him as he gobbled up cake:
Hello. I’d like to talk to you about a problem that affects tens of thousands of household animals worldwide. That problem is SPS — Serious Pet Syndrome.
SPS can strike anytime, robbing its victims of the ability to romp and/or scamper…
… left untreated, the helpless SPS sufferer can only stare pensively upwards.
But with your help, we can stop the glumness. When your local SPS volunteer calls, give generously — a head scratch, a chin tickle, a belly rub — whatever you can.