And always with the sloppy.
It is widely assumed that every prosh bebeh deer image is Bambi. This has been so ever since Walt Disney rolled out his movie way back in ’42, and scores of kiddies were traumatized when Bambi’s mom got whacked.
Nevertheless, after extensive research, we have determined that there is absolutely nothing, repeat nothing wrong with the “Every prosh bebeh deer image is Bambi” hypothesis, and we 100% endorse this concept! (PS- Enjoy this tune from the 1942 Bambi soundtrack, “Love Is A Song.”)
Photos 1 & 2 from Martine G. Photos 3 & 4 from JoAnna Y.
Not that there’s anything wrong with that. Nope, not at all.
Teri C. shared this with us from her crush on YouTube.
Moses the African elephant was in rough shape and orphaned until he was found and adopted by the big family at the Jumbo Foundation.
Now he’s got it all – dogs, people, meelks, a big bed and lots of room to play and roam.
I always thought my family was a mishmash of wonderful weirdos until I saw these photos send in by Beverly W. via YAHOO! News.
Day One: Agent Toebeanerminator. Seeking to uphold the cat vs. dog legacy. Vague memory of cats-rule-dogs-drool obscured by snorglefest. Meanwhile, these ears are delectabuhls.
A new age has begun, Buzzfeed animals!
Pets snuggle with no ulterior motives.
You expect your pet to sometimes smell funny. You worry when your date does. Conversely, your pet seems to enjoy it when you are especially malodorous, whereas your date does not.
Your pet doesn’t mind so much when you wear matching outfits.
Your pet doesn’t care if you have put on a few pounds, have some extra hair in weird places or if you’re wearing those holey sweatpants. Some dates expect you to step it up.
When you give your pet dinner out of a bag, can or crisper drawer, they act like it is French cuisine.
Your pet will always be happy to see you and will act like it’s been an eternity since they saw you last. If your date is not happy to see you, get a different date. Better yet, get a pet.
In order of appearance: YoYo by Tiffany F, Hank “Hanky Panky” the Tank by Michael and LaTricia P., Mourka by Frank and Anna T., tiny tortoise by P, hungry bunny by Gary and Brenda and chinchilla in waiting by Newhell.
Ours is not to wonder why.
Kelly G. writes, “This is my adorable Sharpei, Roscoe, sleeping with my cat, Little Brittle (formerly known as Itty Bitty). This is proof that cats and dogs can live together in harmony. By the way, I rescued Brittle after my brother found her meowing outside of his bedroom window last winter. She was abandoned by her mother and had to be bottle fed until she was big enough to eat on her own. Now she’s part of my furry family and BFF’s with the best dog friend a cat could ask for.”