Why So Sad?

I am not so sad. This is just the way my face looks.


You know how when some people aren’t smiling or when they are concentrating really hard, they look like they are mad or sad? I am kinda like that.


I get real excited sometimes and jump up and then crouch down into play bow. I mean, you can’t tell in these pictures, but I do.


I think you might be giving me a complex, because now I am starting to feel sad.


Oh No! It’s okay, little Sir Irving Tesla Paddington Baxter (real name), Judy has a nice bone for you and Lea S. is ready to take pictures of your happy face.

Sometimes You’re The Cheerleader, And Sometimes You’re The Pom-Pom

Today, I am the pom-pom. I feel tossed, shaken and generally out of sorts.


Hope you cheer up soon, Eliot.

We Reinvented the Box!

Oh noes, this is like the worst thing that could happen to us!

Dude, kittens in trashcans are like, clinically proven to be cuter.


You know whut, we’ve reinvented the box!

Hey I wonder why this hasn’t caught on before.


Momo, Chimi, are right, boxes are just too …square, Casey.

Daddy Has to Go Now, Winston

If you’ve wondered why we don’t see our pal Winston anymore, here’s why. “When my nine-and-a-half year relationship ended, so did my time as Winston’s dad,” writes Rich Juzwiak in a thoughtful and revealing post at Gawker. Although their time together was sometimes uneasy, it produced gems such as the video below, and in the end, Rich calls his time with the banana-loving cat an “immense honor.”

When Good Dogs Go Bad

It is a very sad thing when your sweet puppy turns into a beast. No one thinks it will happen to them, but the truth is, it can happen to anyone.

This is Tiny. He started as a charming and gregarious little Akita. Tiny loved running and playing and licking folks. Now he insists on being called Beelzepup and is getting all possessive-y. His poor owner, Paul P. is hoping it’s just a phase.


Here’s another example. Bentley was a fine little fellow who stayed right with you on walks. Now he’s running around with a bad crowd, calling the ladies the “B” word and staying up all hours of the night to lay down some “thick and phat” tracks. Amy M. has had photographer Dan document Bentley’s transformation.


Don’t let this happen to you. Watch for early warning signs and get help right away.

There is Nothing to Do

(puppy sigh) If I’m not allowed to chew, bark, steal, dig, beg, boss, jump, run, raid, harass …what else is there?


We would never say no-no to Chico aka Brad Pitt, Julie H.

Fear and Bathing

Ablutophobia – the fear of bathing. Symptoms: As soon as the water splashes you, your hairs automatically show where to put the water wings.


Hurley, Miniature Australian Shepherd at 7 weeks. Says sender-inner Hannah D., “It was bath time after a short over night hospital stay.”

He’s Late

Perhaps he got stuck in traffic. I’ll just make myself comfortable by this glass door so I can see him coming.


This little girl’s name is Leica. She has her own blog managed by Luciane Y. It’s in Portuguese. No matter what language you speak, it’s rude not to call if you are late.

I Submit

Might as well just let it happen, cuz it’s gonna happen anyway. Sigh. Is it almost over yet?


Hope your next shower is more joyful, Jenah D.

I was made for Cute Overload

Watch this lil’ otter get a little help from the Monterey Bay Aquarium after being rescued from separation from her Mummles. Hopefully, this baby will become a wild otter again…

Floating snogs to Brinke G. who also likes sloths.

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