Next time you look up in the sky and see a bovine shaped cloud, thank a fluffy cow.
Hope you find some truffles in there!
Lulu really takes the cake, SanctuaryOne.org
Day 11: Have reached summit at last. Feeling of joyous exhilaration surrounds me — whoops, slipped off there. Like I was saying, my indescribable bliss at — whoa, there I go again — the sight of the panoramic view is — wha-HEY! Wow, somebody must have greased this mountain recently!
Just put down the hay bales and back away slowly.
Sheep stand in a snow-covered field near Wincle, Cheshire, UK. From The Telegraph. Photo: Lynne Cameron/PA.
All the bigger kids laugh at me, just because I’m the smallest. They make fun of my wobbly legs, my squeaky voice…
Look at them over there — you can tell they’re plotting against me all the time.
And the latest thing is, they climb up on the shed and try to hit me with water balloons. I mean, where did they even get the idea to do that?
Greetings from Ickworth Park via Karen Roe.
From Cuteporter Adam C.: “I went and spent a good half day filming ‘Winkles’ the farm puppeh! Very hard to keep up with but I think you’ll agree she is pretty cute!! She lives at Serendipity Farm which is a rescue farm Down Under for unwanted livestock animals. (How cool is that btw?)
[Very cool. -Ed]
CLASSIC POST-WINKLES ‘WHAT IN THE WORLD WAS THAT’ FAVE FRAME:
party in the back. This pygmy goatlet is bringin’ back the mullet!
Renee L. wants readers to know, ”This little guy was born this morning, along with two other pygmy goats at Flamig Farm in West Simsbury, CT. Photo credit to Karyn Cordner.”
Spring, spring everywhere. And all the bunnies did bink. -Samuel “Bunnytailor” Coleridge
Splendour in the grass! Squirrel in the flower! -William Pawsworth
Spring, Spring! Wherefore art thou, Spring? -Chill I. Am Shakespeare
Bumper crop of fresh cute brought to you by Eames the bunny by Nicole, Unnamed via Pixdaus, Lennaert Roumen/National Geographic and Redditor hwfudge.