I’ve got your nose!

“Hello, doctor? Yes, I’d like to make an appointment; it seems I’ve developed a small ungulate on my nose.”

Sender-inner Sean F. forwarded the above picture to the C.O. Facebook page.

Barbecue’n Some Dogs: It’s What Our Forefathers Would Do

Griller’s Little Helper hopes everyone makes the distinction between dogs and wishes everyone a safe and happy 4th of July…

The name Elizabeth Pretzel is hilarious, Anna H. Photo by Ted Horowitz

*sigh* Tourists.

On the plus side, Boris remembered to remove his shoes before eating. However, he negated his own gesture when he sat on the plate and – worse – asked the chef for soy and wasabi.

Eh, Neu got 2 out of 3, Lottie P.

Winston Really, Really, Really Loves his Potassium

The only thing that would make this video better is if Winston was wearing a banana hammock fashioned out of peels.

We’re also really enjoying the Twitter account, Rich.

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Everything seems to be pretty normal her—OMG PONIES

Peter R. now we know where that finger’s been.

Wait for it….!

Noisy kittens! waiting for dinner! Their incessant cries—a sea of need! Their pantaloon tackling—incessant! WILL-THEY-EVER-BE-FED!?

Get ready for the next meal now, Katia R.

Time to pet your screen!

Take a moment from writing TPS reports to check out this kitten morsel—so soft and delectabuhls! You may now pet your screen. GENTLEH!

Hitomi Y. took time out from making luxury pet beds to send this in.

And now, Garden Gab with Gertie Glotz

Greetings, green-thumbers! Last week, we learned how to dislodge a cactus from your backside, but this week it’s time to welcome the first blooms of spring!

When transplanting, be careful to (Psst! We’re taping a show here)… Soil should contain generous amounts of (If you’re hungry, there’s a buffet at the crafts table)… Water thoroughly, taking care to (Look, I’m not telling you again!)… Finally, using a trowel… (Call security!)

Brooke B. says: “So here I was, snapping some pics of the first flowers of spring, and what do I see? Trouble! That’s our cat, Honey, trying to nom on my flowers!”

Oh My God, That Pumpkin Ate Kitty!

October 31st, 2009…

March 12, 2010…

OH-MY-GOD-I-CAN’T-EAT-ANOTHER-FREAKING-PUMPKIN-SEED-SOMEONE-LET-ME-OUT-OF-THIS-OF-PSYCHOTIC-GOURD!!!!!

That is one crafty pumpkin. In fact, even its expression changed, Julie S. Photo by Brad Mears.

Cat, trapped in refrigerator, eats own foot

Yes, it’s another “Airplane!” reference (it was just on TV Friday night). I suppose naming the cat Taters just made the foot seem even more delicious, Misty C.

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