May it fowwow you… fowevvah…
"Lordy me, that picture takes me back. It was at the Rotary Club picnic, and there was this boy — and I swear he must have followed us the whole afternoon, working up his nerve. Finally he comes up to me — and of course he was much thinner then, dont’cha know, and he still had all his fur — and he just stands there, staring.
"Well, after a few minutes of this, I give up and turn to get some more tuna casserole, and he just up and bites me on the tail! Right in front of everybody! And well, of course I’m just madder than I-don’t-know-what-all, and I’m about to haul off and slug him, when I get a look into his eyes. And it was like they were pleading with me: Don’t go.
"And I figured, if a feller wants a girl bad enough to bite her on the tail, he must want her awful bad. That was forty-seven years ago, and we been together ever since. Missed the fireworks and everything.
"Well, not entirely."
Thanks for the memories, Dia H.
Jameson confesses his true love to Giselle, but refuses to seek a divorce from Jacki, who is undergoing delicate brain surgery by the brilliant but unpredictable Dr. Hugo Hankershlaffer. Meanwhile, Steve and Randolph must explain to Violet, Steve’s fiancée, how the two of them came to be arrested by park rangers while wearing only fishnet stockings and scuba gear.
And in the tranquil Schlongermann household, Clarence begins to suspect that young Clarence Jr. might not be his…
Pass the bon-bons, Lucy L!
The Daily Coyote is all about the adventures of Shreve Stockton and her animals in Wyoming.
Apparently, there is a NEW puppeh in town, Chloe. She’s seen here curling up with Eli (tomcat) and Charlie (rescued KYE-yoat). Apparently, Eli still runs the roost. Good kitteh.
A beellion more photos and the full story available at Daily Coyote. Thanks for the update, Emily B.
Writes Sender-Inner Heather F.: "Poppy the pup was a rescue dog from the RSPCA in England. The kitten is called Motley and also needed a home. It was a match made in heaven as Poppy had had puppies not long before we took her in and Motley was a permanent kitten his entire life. Poppy would feed Motley as well as putting up with all his games and more indignities than a dog should ever have to face from a fluff ball."
Ahn. [head tilt]
Heather and Brian F., This photo was taken the year "Let’s Get Physical" went to #1. How about that.
Prance prance prance
XOXOXO to the one and only Sparky, my very own Cute Overload
Jezebel has cherry-picked this interspecies snorgling morsel from National Geographic’s "Dogs with Jobs" show. Apparently, this pup is overseeing some baby buns… It’s great footage (and tailage) <–brilliant
Check it out over at Jezebel
Once again, the fabulous Raymi, Ladies and Gentlemen [Loud clapping sounds]