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Really, I’m too tired, and besides, you’re the one who wanted the “Hunchback of Notre Dame clock/radio with authentic bell sounds,” so just give Quasimodo there a pat on the back and shut that thing off, thanks.
Caturday? HAH!! Saturday is the new Wednesday! It’s like “Hump Day”, only different. Remember, you heard it here first on Cute Overload — the internet’s premier cutting-edge authority on what day it isn’t. And it certainly isn’t September 18, 2008.
In the remote plains of Wazoolooland, we come upon an all-too-familiar scene: A fierce camel locked in mortal combat with the small but wily plastic bucket.
For the bucket, its only chance is to raise its defenses and hope his adversary tires …
Alas, even the bucket’s tough protective shell is no match for the camel’s ruthless onslaught …
… and with one final bite, the struggle is over.
Victorious, the mighty camel cries out his call of triumph.
We’ll be back with more of “Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom” after these messages.
Yes, sir, Gelosia … that’s your “Baby.” ( More photos here )
Peeps, I am sooooo over the whole “caturday” deal. Puhlease. What we need is a nice shiny SATURDAY MARSUPIAL SNOUT. From two-thousand-seven!
-They RULE in the Moist Nosicle category.
-They have a thumb without a nail on their back feet.
-They have elaborate whiskers.
-Their ears are pink when they’re babies and turn black as they grow up.
-They CARRY LEAVES CURLED UP IN THEIR TAILS – Come ON!
-And let’s not forget they carry their babies in a pouch – North America’s only marsupial
Hmmm. I’m thinking. I’m thinking… LET ME THINK! [shifty eyes]
Come on, C.O., come on C.O.
Come on, you can’t play coy
I’m homeless & unemployed
Come on, take it easy
Come on, don’t get cheesy
Rat pix make me queasy, make me queasy
Everybody’s got something to hide, except for…
(So, the Beatles are on iTunes & Amazon now, right? …No? Really?)
This may not have been our first-ever Interspecies Snorgling post, but it’s definitely a CO Classic: “Holy inter-species bonding!”
(Also, have you called your mother yet? You know, she’s done a lot for you.)
Here’s the deal. “Finnegan” the squirrel was found under a tree in Renton WA. Finnegan was brought to the home of Debby “Sure I’ll take care of him!” Cantlon for care. Meanwhile, Debby’s papillion pup “Mademoiselle Giselle” (I am not making this up) decides she can help out too, and brings Finnegan in with her new puppies. Finnegan proves to be one sweet squirrel, riding mosh pits of puppies and cuddling with his littermates.
Riding the puppy mosh pit
“Dood. wot’s up?”
Puppy: “ZZZZZ” Squirrel: “zzz”
Thanks, Michelle Matthews.
(ADDENDUM: Huge apoloprops to Elisabeth who sent us this back in the ’05.)
Rule of Cuteness #4: more than one species of baby flopping around is cute
The color coordination is irresistible, and the low-down camera angle just accentuates the fact they are not much larger than the blades of grass they sit on. *But* I give them an 8.5—no paws are up, and there is the BEF on the bunny (Beady Eye Factor)
Hey, how did that kitten get on my grandma’s floor? [Best linoleum pattern Evar!]
Christina R., beautiful job.
Thanks, Anne L.!
CuteOverload—where you can expect the maximum kittens per square inch
We really pack ‘em in, People.
Rhum the kitten and Aluccia wrote in, and all Aluccia said was: “i love him.”
P.S. Desktop photo alert! We’re talking twice life-sized, People!