[Wait. Er…what’s a….a “V8?”] (Reddit.)
Just add two sleepy Dalmatians and then smoosh together. Ketchup or Mustard optional.
“First time cat photo submitter from Portland here,” Nathan B. writes. “Maple is about one, and she’s perfect. Her parents names are Gina and Nathan (me.)”
“Hi, I would like to introduce you to Sylvie. She was a very hungry and lonely stray when she came begging at my back door a couple of years ago. She took to the good life with gusto. She has beautiful gray and peach fur that is so soft, and she boasts Massive Foot Floofage, as well as Adorable Toe Beans. Here she is ready to play. She has huge green eyes, so sometimes I call her Bette Davis. These were all taken by me, Tina B., at home in Nashville, Tennessee.”
“Our boy Gio (Ghiardelli) may be number four in birth order of our five, but he is number ONE in toes!” -Brenda R.
There are some things you just can’t wrap your head around.
Wally’s her name (we checked into this)—The Qte is her game. KB sent these in and says, “This 2.5 week old cutie pie was rescued Saturday! (She’s now a happy bottle baby at a loving, local foster home.) Her mom is feral (wild) and gave birth to a litter of kittens in someone’s attic. In the process of moving them to a new location, this little girl was dropped by her mom down inside a kitchen wall where the mom couldn’t reach her. The retired homeowner tore a hole in his kitchen wall to rescue the kitten …but mom was long gone. So we stepped in to take over.” (This is not my photo or my text. The good folks at The Cat House on the Kings asked me to pass it on to you.”)
[Listen Little Guy, I appreciate the effort and all, but I can clean my OWN Muzzlepowche, thanks very much SQUASH.]
“Reminds us of Barney, our wonderful St. Bernie. He thought he was the size of this little kitten, and loved to snuggle in bed with us. What a great dog he was. Our animals really and truly help define what kind of people we are. And, with all the MILD EXPLETIVE DELETED going down in the world, Cute Overload is saving many an individual who might not be able to crawl out of despondency on their own. You should get awards for that alone.” -Barb and Paul, still no rain for ’em in the 925.