The New Adventures Of Pancake!

Tiny, fluffy, but please hold the butter and syrup. Paul P. over the Big Pond in the UK just alerted us to the story of Pancake The Duckster, who lives with his adopted hoomin and takes trips to a Manchester office where he is (rightfully) adored. Follow Pancake on Twitter, of course.

And, you know- Ducksters are a big deal in the UK- why, they’ve even got their own Duck Lanes!

Vajda B. found the Duck Lane story on The Panda.




Anyone Want A Duckcake?

They don’t have icing or sprinkles on them, but these would be great with a cold glass o’ milk!

As seen on by Andrew Y.

Just A Capy And Some Ducklings…

…taking a bath. What, like you’ve never seen this before?

(JoeJoe The Capy and some fuzzhead friends, from Arbroath.)

I’m Awake! I’m Awake! I’m…..Not Awake

Your cute little yellow bod gettin’ all toasty in the sun- your hoomin providing the requisite scritches….and BOOM. Gone. No, wait! You’re back!


Time To Wake Up, Little Guys!

Totes Adorbs. “I photographed these at Heather Farms in Walnut Creek, CA.” says Anders B.

So This Kitteh Wanders Into A Box O’ Ducklings…

[Back! Back I say! Get BACK!]


Wobbles when she is ONline:

And…….when she’s OFFline.

“She hatched just two weeks ago, and this video is taken when shes just a day old. She likes to sleep in my hair…then tries to eat it when she wakes up.” -Amelia B.

Quack Attack!!!

1005936_10152081685236080_5323028415355418065_nYou’ve been asking for MORE MORE MORE Bebeh Ducksters! OK then, you asked, and we delivered! (Well, Nichola B. was the one who delivered.)

“Hiya! I’m attaching some pics of our newly hatched ducklings.”

“The oldest is four days old and his name is Petyr, Master Of The Quack and Head of House Peep Peep! He’s sassy.”

“The youngest is the little dark fellow with the banged up up bill (he had a hard time getting out of his shell) -his name is Bene.”




(and check out this Duckster Video from RocketNews24!)

(Updated!) ResQte Of The Week II: Firemen Rescue Bebeh Ducksters

Second Canadian rescue today, eh? Let’s summarize. Five lil’ goslings came online Wednesday and were stuck on top of an elevator shaft in Edmonton.


Fire rescue was summoned, and they helped get ’em to safety. Quoting Global News: “‘Everything went off without a hitch,’ said Capt. Greg Holubowich with Edmonton Fire Rescue Services.”

From Andrew Y., who has exhausted all of Japan’s Cute and is now moving on to Canada.


In a somewhat related video- see how the fine police officers of Eau Claire, Wisconsin help this duckster family to safety! From T.O.

ResQte Of The Week II: Eleven Little Ducks Went Swimming One Day

Oops! Looks like they swam the wrong way.

The kindness of strangers rescued the pack.

And all eleven ducks said, “Quack, quack, quack.”

“Eleven ducklings trapped in a storm drain are alive and well thanks to two alert Mount Vernon residents and a resourceful crew with the city’s fire department! “Thanks to their diligence and selflessness, an entire family of ducklings was saved from nearly certain peril,” said Jeff Brown with Skagit County Washington Search and Rescue.







Rest of the story over at KOMO News. Thank you to Susan H., who says, “Hi! Here’s a great story about 11 ducklings rescued by the Mt. Vernon (WA) fire department. More candidates for the Men of CO calendar, methinks!! P.S. I love that they blocked the entire lane for the rescue!”


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