Really needed to address a complexity of very important work issues requiring immediate attention and resolve today, and then some kid with floppy ears comes along.
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.
It appears that The Aussie Porker In Question, AKA “Miss Pig,” thinks she’s….a dog. According to The Telegraph, “She eats with the dogs, hops into bed with them and makes all sorts of noises that are more like a dog.”
That’s all well and good, but how ’bout the kangaroo?
Smile, and the whole world smiles with you.
Ear’s lookin’ at you kid.
Sofia R. met a cutie patootie goatersons over at Homestead Farms in Maryland.
First up, I’d like to do my impression of a chicken… Thank you.
Next, I’d like to do Piers Morgan trying to interview a chicken, but finding it hard to get a word in edgewise… Thank you, thank you very much.
And finally, you know those ancient monks who used to take vows of silence? You ever wonder what would happen if one of them got into a frank exchange of views with a chicken? I think it might go something like this…
They’re not just for cute pigalettes anymore, silly billy!
Mags Z. sent us this bootaful story via The Telegraph of Maisie the Goat at Maria’s Animal Shelter in Probus, Cornwall. Maisie suffers from arthritis and has to wear wellington boots to help her condition. Recent downpours have left 12-year-old Maisie constantly squelching around in puddles and mud. So her keepers have provided pink wellies to protect her from foot rot – the animal equivalent of trench foot.
Newborn goat’s first bath
A mother showers her love
Here, babe, I goatcha
For the National Geographic Photo Contest 2012, Stephanie Fisher entered this photo of a mother and 1-hour old baby Nigerian Dwarf goats.
I dare say, my baroo.
Is all baaa and no roo!
But I can smile
And so can you.
Bob21 had a little lamb.
Full of spit-baths and advice: Hold your head up, smile, don’t slouch, and never wear white shorts over your polka-dot underwear.
Johanna S. spotted this video for us! And look out for the matching kitty at 1:05!