Mona Lisa’s Goat

Smile, and the whole world smiles with you.

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Ear’s lookin’ at you kid.

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Sofia R. met a cutie patootie goatersons over at Homestead Farms in Maryland.

Ten miles. In the snow. Uphill. Both ways.

Harrumph, cats these days. Why, when I was a kid ……! (ok, it’s a sheep, not a goat, close enough!)

Very c-ewe-t, Anea D.

Child Star: Then & Now

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She stole Rudolph’s heart, and ours, as Clarice, now the world holds its breath as she grows up and abandons her famous red polka-dot hair bow, for an *iddy-biddy mohawk!8371589474_880b0ebff1_b
Alex T. of AT8 Photography, a Safari Guide in South Africa, explains this is a Duiker, “which is an *iddy biddy type of antelope with built in mohawks.” This adorable duiker is named ‘Easy’, who was raised and soon to be released from Daktari Bush School and Wildlife Orphanage.

I Believe I Can Boing!

Look at the boinging!

Look at the flying!

Look at the zooming! (woah, get-a-trash-can-dizzy warning @ :52 )

Look at eet and respect eet!

Vena Z. wants us all to get googlie-eyed over the world’s dizziest and rarest baby Dama Gazelle at Smithsonian Zoo, born Sept. 4, 2012

A Re-telling of a Visit from St. Nick Page 6

I forgot why I came out, cuz I was playing in the snow,


when my attention was grabbed by a spectacular show.








Via A Cute A Day, Heidi Smerud’s Pinterest, Petside, Hungeree, A Place to Love Dogs, dizzyboy.com, Scooter Knits on etsy and Justin DeRosa

Kiss Attack!

Somebody really loves their Mama. And Mama says, “You want me to supersize that for ya?”


Mama Bonnie and baby Turner have matching pink nose splotches, Julianna P.!

First Snorgle

I walked her home from the playground. We were chatting. It was getting late. I knew I should go. Then, she looked at me with her amazing brown eyes. I felt my heartbeat racing. We hesitated, then, it happened.


Sweet smoochers via redditer MayanCountry.

Knobbular Enough There For Ya?

I see we got some darn fine knobullarity here, wouldn’tcha say?


So, this is Molly when she was a bebeh. Mama didn’t let Molly nurse, so those nice Tufts Veterinary Medicine peeps down there fixed ‘er right up. Ya sure, the neck bandage was for her catheter, don’tcha know. Well, Molly’s three and a half years tall now and she’s doin’ just okie dokie!

Snorf and Let Snorf

My old grandhoggy snorfed this farm for near 80 years. Yep, he said to me this farm, if properly snorfed, is like an all you can snorf buffet. “A snörfgasbord!”, he would say. Then he always slapped his knee and chuckled.


One snorf at a time, Wrought

Stop Starching My Leg Warmers, Mom!

Because Primrose the premie donkey was born with weak front legs, she gets to wear the ultimate pair of toe shoes until she can stand on her own four feet.

Thoroughly unimpressed FaveFrame™!