Next time you look up in the sky and see a bovine shaped cloud, thank a fluffy cow.
Dorothy, honey, you need to dump the chump and get your grove back. Find some young thing and use ‘em up ’til there’s nothin’ left but a dry husk.
Mercy, Mabel! What’s gotten into you?
Photos by Martine G.
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.
Woah, woah, woah! We say OMG all the time but how do we know what OMG stands for, really?
Let’s ask an OMG Pony expert!
Old Moldy Goats!
Oats, Mmmm Good.
Otters Marmies Geeshe!
Oreo Middle’s Gooey!
Well, this has been fun. Now it’s your turn, ’cause right now, Oooooh Meeelks Geyser!
Thank you Lil Gem, a 2-day old Chincoteague pony.
Our needy friends in order of appearance; Speedy the kitten sent in by Muffy M., sable antelope by Sean G. of Getty, Buffy and babies sent in by Wendy E. and bear by Alex T., Field Guide and Hyaena Specialist.
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.
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.
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!
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.
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