Well folks, it looks like Riley’s been caught. He would have got away with smuggling those diamonds too, except for one thing. Stuffies. No dog can resist ripping the stuffing out of stuffies.
Bring forth the
glass 3D-model slipper! This is Buttercup, who lives at the Feathered Angels Waterfowl Sanctuary. Buttercup was born with only one proper foot. But the fairy godpeeps at NovaCopy came to the rescue with la très nouveau slippere’ made just for Buttercup! And the rest, they say, will be fairy tale prosthetic prosh-thetic history.
She won’t play anymore. Is she tired? Can’t you make her play with me?
Sender-inner Aimee B. tells us that the young Wheaten is Ella and the worn out Wheaten is Lady.
but if you try and try and try and try and try and try and try sometimes, you just might find, you get what you need.
Sender-inner Jessica B. says, “This pup is not mine! This video is not mine! But this video is too cute not to share!”
Where cats get together on weekends to ritually undertake Catly Things:
Fave “We’re There For Ya We Can Get Thru This Thing” Frames:
Oh my, oh my VideOmy
Hey soldier, don’t forget your wingman down here. Can I have a kees too?
“Soldier’s Goodbye & Bobbie the Cat”, by Sam Hood 1872-1953, State Library of New South Wales
I’m actually a pacifist.
Lucky the Boxer is brought to us by Jennifer S. and now we feel lucky, too.
Bye-bye Grumpy Cat, hello pouty moufs!
“I was in Barbados last week on vacation and found this awesome pouty-mouthed crab on Bathsheba beach. Just look at his little surly face! I thought this would be a great addition to Cute Overload. I shot these photos, so you can credit me, Raena C.!”
Trisha H. promises her Japanese Chin, Yoshi, really is a happy dog! “Yoshi is a rescue that we could not imagine life without. When I took this picture, he had just finished chasing cows, so he’s a bit dirty. His hobbies include violently licking furniture, being confused, snuggling with his shih tzu sister, and looking at Cute Overload! I believe this photo is Cute Overload worthy! My furbabies and I love Cute Overload, keep doing what you do!” (OK, OK, since you mentioned Cute Overload three times!)
And now everyone, for your Peg, the-kind-hearted-Mom-who-helps-Edward-Scissorhands, moment!
Fave, “My, those are your hands? Those are your hands! What happened to you? Where are your parents? Um… Your mother? Your father? Are you alone? Do you live up here all by yourself?” Frame:
Lydia K., via YouTube. Video possibly from Bat Rescue Inc. Unconfirmed. Any info appreciated!
“Each year vaccinated wildlife rescuers hand rear baby flying foxes. At the end of the hand rearing process, (usually at about 13 weeks of age) the weaned babies are sent to baby bat crèche where they learn appropriate battie socialization skills. Tobermory had wing tip injuries sustained on rescue and shared the hospital aviary with several others, including 2 little guys who still required a morning bottle feed. As I searched in the bedding materials for the recipients, (weaned) Tobermory snuck over and made off with one of the bottles. I was impressed with his stealth and ingenuity and the fact he knew the bottle needed to be upended for the milk to flow. He afterwards got a bowl of warm milk for his trouble. Tobermorey is a grey headed flying fox and after his injuries were resolved, he was released back into the wild with his 60 crèche companions.”