Ooh, Such a Booping I Will Give You!

When I see a nose like that, I just gotta boop it! I can’t help myself, I’m like a maniac with the booping! No point in trying to fight it, Big Nose — you’re getting booped!

Found on Your Morning Adorable.

Monkeh adopts kitteh

Of course. Of course he does [shaking head]

This just in via The Telegraph:

“A young long tailed macaque monkey has been spotted in a forest protectively nuzzling and grooming a ginger kitten and making sure no harm came to it. The extraordinary sight was captured by amateur photographer Anne Young while on holiday at the Monkey Forest Park, in the Ubud region of Bali, Indonesia.”

“The kitten enjoyed the attention being lavished on it by its protective carer and made no effort to leave.”

The insanity continues over at the Telegraph. Thanks for Pointer-Outering, Brinke G.!

Science Develops Magnetic Pomeranian!

Our energy problems are solved! Check out this pup, with magnetic powers so strong, she can attract a baby monkey at 50 feet! All we need is one Magneto-Pom™ surrounded by an army of baby monkeys running on treadmills!

We’ll go halvsies with you on the patent rights, Lani.

Armed and Fluffy

*ALERT* This is an all-points bulletin – Please be on the look-out for a suspect of smaller build, answers to the name “Scoop” and is known to use the alias “Smooches DeLuca”.  Suspect is wanted for string of heinous drive-by lickings.

Crime is really on the rise, Kaley B.

Well, Somebody Forgot to Moisturize

“Goodness, honey, (slurp) you’re just as dry as a (slurp) little ol’ piece of sandpaper, (slurp) I do de-clay-yuh! Are you (slurp) wearing enough sunscreen, dearie?”

Tonguetastic Christina S. shot this one.

New from Ikea

SNÖRG stacking pets enliven any home, yet stack neatly away when not in use. Available in assorted colors (grey/tan pictured). Also available: HÖP stacking bunny, SQUËK stacking mouse, MÏCRÔB stacking single-celled organism.

Can I borrow your Allen wrench, Robin R.? (via here)

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.

Do You Mind?!

We’re trying to have a serious discussion about contemporary things here, so why don’t you take that camera somewhere else like a good boy?

No? Fine, you twisted little perv, be that way… (slurp, slurp, slurpity slurp…)

Via Nothing to Do With Arbroath.
Spotted by Theresa!

I’ll Stick My Neck Out For You

What’s the deal between giraffes and ostriches? Must be the necks, because this isn’t the first time we’ve seen unlikely friends like these.  In this case, it’s Bea (left) and Wilma, best gal-pals at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay.

I predict a loooooooong friendship, Lauren S.

A+ for Gorilla School

This just in from Chief Sister Officer. Excerpt is from Aqua Vita Films:

“In the African jungle, conservationist Damian Aspinall searches for Kwibi, a lowland gorilla he hasn’t seen for 5 years. Kwibi grew up with Damian at his Howletts Wild Animal Park in England. When he was five, he was released into the forests of Gabon, West Africa as part of conservation programme to re-introduce gorillas back into the wild. Now Kwibi’s 10 years old, much bigger and stronger. Will Damian find him? Will Kwibi attack him?”

What a remarkable encounter. Want to know more? You can adopt a Gorilla School baby here.


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