Via The Big R.
“Don’t know yet, watch the game while I go check on the turkey.”
(Listen to an appropriate song here!)
Take all the turkey. We insist. Can we get you a
doggy kitty bag…to go?
You’re the (123)Inspiration.
Jon Byler Dann and his family in Washington, Il. were devastated by the recent USA Midwestern tornado outbreak. (Reminiscent of this story from earlier in the year.) As they took cover below, they tried to get their dog Maggie to come with them, but she was too scared. They thought they had lost her.
Nearly 30 hours later- they found her.
She was roughed up a bit, but alive!
She is being treated at Teegarden Vet Clinic for a dislocated hip, and it sounds like she is gonna be OK!
Cute Overload just received this email from the clinic: “Maggie is doing good considering everything she has been through. We expect a good prognosis with her. We’re taking donations by calling the clinic (309-444-2311) or mailing to 2323 Eureka Rd., Washington, IL 61571. Maggie’s current needs have been met, but further contributions will go towards other pets that we have been treating here at the clinic as a result of the tornado!”
Thanks to Cuteporter Ellen B. Photos by Charles Ledford/University of Illinois/Weather.com.
Look at this little snorgler Down Undah. Cute, eh? Of course he/she is.
Ever hear the expression “Appearances can be deceiving,” Alicia A.? (Turn speakers up–WHOA.)
“Ever wanted to know what a Koala sounds like? It is the Festive Season here in Australia, for everyone clearly! I found this guy strutting down our road after a few too many Gum Leaves!” -Alicia A.
“This is my soon to be sister in law (vet tech and huge animal luver) demonstrating proper scruffing. I’m still not convinced, it turned my little Boris (brother to Karloff :)) into a loaded weapon. Laser Cat!”
“Love Cute Overload, I’m trapped in Thailand after my passport was stolen and I’ve been sitting in my hotel scrolling your site to cheer me up!” -Eric P. from Bangkok (but normally Chicago.)”
[Eric, click here. -Ed]
“Yeah, can’t leave without a passport. It was pickpocketed from my bag in a very congested shopping area. But I get to go back to the embassy today and hopefully they’ll have my temporary replacement passport so I can get home. Sent from my iPad.”
Can’t quite…put my finger on it. Hmmmmm.
WAIT! A HAPPY ONE! How’d you get in here?
[Since I can't haz a Kit-Kat, I'll take a tube of Petromalt in my pumpkin tonight. Is that asking so much? Now, get outta my way.]
Photo in Strausbourg, France by Igor Zenin. Music by J. Jackson.
We’ve received a lot of terrific Halloween photos. (Thank you!) Here’s another bunch of Little Monsters!
“My Sphynx kitteh Toothless had a tail injury and had it removed. Fortunately it has provided us with some costume advantages, like a Bun at Easter and a Clown for Halloween! Photos by me and I accept your Terms and Conditions as outlined on your website.” -Shonna O.
“Our pup is in a Halloween contest on Dogster.com. If we win, we’ll donate the prize to the local animal shelter (Dakin Pioneer Valley Animal Shelter, Springfield, MA.) If Quincy Bean is posted on Cute Overload, I’m sure she’ll get lots of new votes!! Best wishes, Bryn S.”
Sir Lucifur Fluffypants has his gameface on. Twenty-four/Seven/Three Sixty-Five.
“This is my cat Hans (commonly referred to by his nicknames Hansy and Meow-Meow.) He’s named after political theorist Hans Morgenthau, but prefers Chairman Meow. I love your website and so does Hansy.” -Margaret R.
Halloween Baroo! From Pets Adviser.com.
Darth Pugster, as seen on BuzzFeed, submitted by Claire M.
“This is Darby. Photo by D. Assid. Good luck, Darby!”
“Here’s our kitty, Lucy. About 6 years ago, she was just this little bitty thing. A friend had a photography studio at home, and we had some fun. Years later (last week), I’m STILL putting stuff on her head. I am Lucy’s Mommeh.” -Paula K.
In The Sky On the floor! It’s SUPER STAN, from Natalie T.
“This is our Toy Manchester Terrier named Rudy. He actually is quite pleased with wearing a costume because he gets more attention and it’s warm and toasty.” -Renate R.
Intrepid Chihuahua mix Chuckie Tacobutt is cagily eyeing his next
victim snack. If Chuckie goes for the food, it will not end well, one imagines.
“This hopeful ‘Cat Food Bandit’ is waiting patiently for his hoomin to turn around and look the other way so he can steal his 19 year-old cat/brother’s breakfast.” -Erin C.
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