“Two guinea pigs live happily in our preschool classroom in Brooklyn, NY. Ninja (above) & Buttercup were donated at the beginning of the school year by a family that developed bad allergies and could not keep them. They are a loved part of our classroom and so sweet. Because of the polar vortex, I tried to knit them a sweater, but it turns out that guinea pigs HATE wearing sweaters!” -Kerri M.
..but this will do quite nicely, THANKUVERYMUCH!
From The Squid O’ Laughter.
“Meet Cora the Guinea Pig. ‘He’ is almost four years old. The pet store told us he was female, we named him Cora. After his first vet visit, they let us know our little Cora is actually..male. However, he loves his name and rocks his pink ear. I visit your site everyday and I think it’s about time Cora is a part of it. Thanks so much!” -Samantha W.
The National Adopt-a-Rescued-Guinea-Pig-Month of March continues with a submishe from sender-inner, Mara V., and her guinea pig, Sanne. Mara, has anyone ever said you like someone famous? Oh and, matchingks! (singsong).
“This is me, age 5, with my Guinea Pig, Sanne. I got her for Christmas and a few days later I woke up to a little baby guinea pig sitting next to her. She was pregnant and we never knew! It was the best surprise ever.” -Mara V.
Here we see Super Piggle has slayed the giant with only short little legs and a single beady-eyed look.
Which is nothing compared to the time Super Piggle defeated a dragon, lassoed the moon, tamed the Wild West, stormed a castle, belled the cat, combatted a gladiator and wrestled a grizzly bear, all while battling the evil plans of a toilet paper tube.
…It could happen!
“Here are what I consider to be adorable photos of my guinea pigs, Molasses and Nutmeg. Hopefully you think that they’re as cute as I do.” -Ella.
We consider ourselves expert Fuzzyologists. We are fearless squee-ers of Fuzzyology. Today we welcome some familiar distinguished guests of honor. Let’s get right to our first guest.
And our next squee-er at the podium has a long list of fuzzy credentials.
Next, here he is, the alpaca, who shows us how to be fuzzy headed.
And now, please give it up for, fuzzy ducklings everywhere!
Finally, we are proud to welcome our very latest and greatest fuzzy newcomer!
“When I take my cat, Max, to the vet, the people there always gasp at his beauty. A picture is attached for proof. He looks like Farrah Fawcett, don’t you think?” -Ridley J.
“Romeo” – Josh Norem, The Furrtographer.
“10 ducklings! quackquackquackquackquackquackquackquackquackquack.” -xoPeter.
“I visited a children’s farm in The Netherlands, where I live. We call it a ‘kinderboerderij’ by the way. I came across this beautiful, fluffy, cuddly Alpaca!” -Julia H.
Vivi, the Merino Guinea Pig via Healthy Pets. -Anna C.
Puffy, Scruffy and Brownie, ready to hunker down for a long winter’s nap.
Picture shot by Sabrina in Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur.
With the kits jingle belling,
And everyone telling you, “Be of goofy cheer.”
It’s the most pun-derful time of the year.
It’s the ham- hammiest season of all.
With those hedgehoggeh-day greetings,
And guinea peeg meetings,
When felines have a ball,
It’s the hat-hattiest season of all.
Credits in the hovertexts! More Princess Pricklepants here! More puns in the comments!!!