I snorf your hand as you touch my face

Sooooooo typical of a baby lamb. The old "snorf-back" trick.

I like the old biddies in the background, they’re Gossip Central™.
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Extra points for the knobbular knee action, Sandra E.

A very special donk

Doesn’t it totally sound like the post of this is; "This week, on a very special Blossom episode…"

But seriously folks, Check out this knobbular donk.

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Apparently, donkeh twins are very rare, and since it was a tight fit in the womb, one donk got knocked (but very cute!) knees. Read more here!

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Ehn! Go little donkeh go! (You too, Emily S.)

The day the lamb moved in

For six weeks, this behbeh lamb had to live inside the house ’cause he had a broke leggle. Check out the disdain from this pup;

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And helpful licking action from this pup LOL:

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Meanwhile, the cat moved into the barn (can’t blame him):

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Thanks for chronicling all this action, K. Snyder ;)

Tiny piglet squeals of delight!

Please get a hold of these TINY SQUEALERS. No I mean it, literally, pick one up, it will seriously squeal.

Elizabeth J., nice mini-bacon-bit-action goin’ on there.

Professor McSproingersons Sez:

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Office-licious find, Teho!

(seen here… subjectively speaking, though, this is really the only Cute poster in the collection)

Behbeh lamb-pants + tailio iglesias’

Writes Sender-Inner Laura S.: "two female lambs who were orphaned at 36 hours old due to the sudden death of their mother. [BAROOoO!!! crying sound – Ed] We had to raise them indoors for the first few days due to ridiculously low temps outside so diapers were a must."

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Angel (looking at the camera) and Gracie, be… strong!

These sheeps are on-message

Writes Maggie C.: "Sheepdogs are trained to obey their master’s every word. So when farmer David Kennard decided one of those words would be "Spring", his dogs did not hesitate.They rounded up the flock on the hills of Mr Kennard’s north Devon farm and, with a little help from their master, created a picture that reminds us that, whatever the weather, this is officially the first weekend of Spring.The scene did call for a careful scattering of feed to make the sheep form themselves in the shapes of the six letters…"

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"…However, it was down to the team of Collies—who everyone knows border on the brilliant—to have the last word. They circled the 200-strong flock and kept them from wandering off-message.

Three of David’s five working dogs – Mist, Fern and Jake – were employed to help create the perfect lettering, which took three hours to achieve."

Pass me my pig-sized snorkle

Yeah, the water’s great… visibility is like 50 feet, come on in.

[moves schnozzle in snorting motion]

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Sender-Inner Leigh H. says Boston.com asked readers to submit "warm weather" photos. Exxxxxcellent!

Taking a knobbular behbeh under his wing…

The Daily Mail is reporting that this Boxer has adopted this abandonned behbeh goat: "Billy the boxer has become the constant companion of the 12-day old kidcalled Lilly. He sleeps with the goat, licks her clean, and protectsher from any dangers at Pennywell Farm wildlife centre atBuckfastleigh, near Totnes, Devon." More photos…

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What is UP with all the CuteNews coming from the UK Daily Mail? Are they competing with the Japanese now or WHAT? Nice sumbishe, Dave D. and Ida N. ;)

I’ll take the pink one…

You always *knew* Dachschunds were great, but HOW GREAT ARE THEY NOW!? [pan over to piglet in the nursery]

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Tanks, Grabbui P.! [Cross-eyed head tilt]

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