“Thank you, nice laaay-deee with the bucket and the feeding us the delicious food for the nomming and the chomping and the froin-gooten-laven-schoil!“
From DisneyParks Blog, Disneyland’s Circle-D Corral welcomed some new arrivals over the past few days: Cute baby goats! According to sources, the children are healthy and frisky and already whining to go on the Dumbo ride just one more time.
Happy Trails Dear Theo, until we meet again!
All our love! Video suggestion by the ever-thoughtful Nicole K.
[Crowd yelling in unison] How small is it!?
It’s so small it makes this rabbit LOOK HUGE!
Holy Bunday Size Comparisons, Kate B.!
Whoa lady, if you’re about to do what I think you’re about to do, then I can tell you with complete certainty that things will never be the same. You’re about to ruin everything, and I’m sorry, but I absolutely cannot allow you to put that wooden cutting board through the dishwasher.
Q: What’s the smallest breed of goat?
A: The Nigerian Dwarf. He grows only 21 inches tall!
Q: What do they look like!?
A: LIKE DEES!
3-Day old miniature behbeh goat action sent in by SuperNerd Sara H. Goatular factoids by Northrup.org.
This steadfast young fellow’s a muskox calf,
His mama’s nearby, so best not point and laugh.
He lives in Alaska, on a farm up in Palmer,
Where the winters are cold but the summers are calmer.
His farm needs donations, that’s what Esther cautions,
For the muskox is hungry and eats such big portions.
So visit the site, toss some bucks in their box,
Then drive up this summer and meet a muskox!
Check out the latest pet craze in England. Some little piggies go to market, but these micro-piggies stay wee, wee, wee — and go all the way to loving homes.
“Your skills are weak, young pup. You are no match for my advanced spinning-laying-down-surprise-attack technique! Hah!”
Found on Your Morning Adorable at the L.A. Times.