Ariel M. writes to us from Chile: “Santuario Igualdad Interespecie is a farm sanctuary located in Chile. That’s co-founder Marisol de la Reguera in the video, [*Note: Having the best day anyone has EVER had. -Ed.] The cow in the video, is really a bull, Salvador. He was rescued from a dairy farm. The little pig in the video is Miguel, found tied to a light post in the street, and was rescued by animal rights activists. The first cat is Alelí, rescued from street. The second cat is Rayito, also rescued from the street. The second cow in the video is Esperanza, also rescued from a dairy farm (and best friend of Salvador.)”
To attain true Zen enlightenment, one must be at peace with every creature, even the lowly snail. The true Zen master becomes one with all things, no matter how slimy… HEY! That’s not what I mean by “become one with,” buddy!
“And remember, don’t be afraid to stick your neck out! It’s the only way you’ll get ahead!
[Hey fellas? Can I just sneak…in..here…ah, there we go.]
(Andrew Y. saw it on 9gag.com.)
Murray is a former Wimbledon champion (2013) and currently the third ranked player in the world. As the first week of Wimbledon continues, he shows us just how he gets ready for an important match on Centre Court, and just how crucial Interspecies Snorgling is to the process.
But we’re thinking that this photo is great enough to run ANYtime! OMGPonies!11!!! AND a Goldie? Get OUT.
“This is Emma, my Aunt Kathy’s 8 year old golden girl. Emma is the snuggliest, sweetest, friendliest dog ever. She lives in the Okanagan Valley in British Columbia, with two cats and her horse! Thanks for always bringing a smile to my face!” -Deidra F.
Nothing like a little quality cuddle time now that the work week has wrapped up. You know what that means- TGIF!
Arne found this on Fetch Me Kittens Tumblr.
In recent years, there has been growing awareness of the so-called “Ex-Toon” movement. Centered around so-called “cartoon reparative therapy,” its supporters claim it can help cartoons abandon their so-called unnatural lifestyles and lead so-called “normal” lives. Claims so-called Dr. Cliff Fabulo of the activist group All Four Fingers, “cartoonism is fraught with peril: explosions, falling anvils, guns that go off when you look in them… we show cartoons that change is not only necessary, but possible.”
But not all are convinced. “We’re not bad, we’re just drawn that way,” claims Koko, spokesclown for ToonPride. “This therapy teaches cartoons to be ashamed of who they are, with tragic results. In extreme cases, cartoons undergo dangerous reality-reassignment surgery to appear more normal.” In this recent photo, Pluto meets a heartbroken Mickey Mouse for the first time since the procedure.
An autism service dog In training goes to Disneyland, via Reddit/Imgur.
That’s what Sunny Bayne says when a PONY decides to CUDDLE. RIGHT. NOW. I think it would be the best day of EVERYONE’S lives.