“Gizmo (previously featured on Valentine’s Day) is shocked! Shocked and appalled at my habit of immersing myself entirely in water for cleansing purposes. He does not approve. Not even a little bit.” -Molly D.
(say like you’re in a big ominous-sounding echo chamber:) …DISAPPROVAL ISLAND!!!!
When we received the images for our latest edition of the C.O. Cat Café World Tour, Robb S. also said, “I know you’ve covered
Rabbit Disapproval Island before, but my friend Jonelle went there very recently and got some pix, in case you’re interested.”
Interested? It’s BUNDAY for goodness sakes! Let’s hop to it!
This is the look you get from your doggeh when you say WANT ME TO THROW THE BALL? and you PRETEND TO THROW IT! but then REALLY DON’T. (Source: all over the Intertubes.)
We’re gonna GUESS that is Milo on the left, but can’t really be too sure. Here’s the obligatory InstaGram, and either way, don’t forget This Rule, #07: A thing, accompanied by a smaller version of that thing, is always cute.
Thanks Marla C. of Austiiiin, Texas Y’all.
Earl’s having a bad day. Maybe you could make it better by bringing him a bowl of crunchies. And then backing away from the bowl. Very carefully. (H/T Imgur.)
[TRYING to catch a few ZZZZZ’s here if it’s OK with you! Sheesh!!!]
Photo from Tammy L.
Is “Nose Flapping” a thing? Well, if it wasn’t…it is now.
*BUNDAY BONUS: Chico is joined by pals Bunbun and Shrimp for a little watermelon action.
“I work at a vet and we were brought two baby birds found in a parking lot. Gene Wilder (shown here) seemed perfectly healthy. Our wildlife rescue won’t accept song birds, so I decided to feed him/her myself and release him/her in a bird friendly environment. Starting at sunrise, I fed Gene a mixture of mashed worms, baby bird supplements, and a liver based food every 40-60 minutes until sun down.”
“When Gene started fluttering around and exploring, I knew it was time for the next stage. Song birds have a lot of instinct and after being released, Gene learned to catch bugs on his own, though he still occasionally comes up to us begging for food. Gene was a lot of work and I’m happy he/she did well, but I don’t recommend or encourage people to take and raise wild animals.” -Heather B.
Mimi is a BUN Café located in Ikebukuro, “a commercial and entertainment district in Toshima, Tokyo, Japan.” Robb S. wrote about Mimi on his site Animal Cafés.com, and sent us these images!
Of course, we disapprove of all of these.
If You Go™
What: Mimi Bun Café.
Where: Higashi-Ikebukuro 1-13-9, Karasukoma #2 Bldg 8F. (Google Map.)
When: Open 11am-10pm daily.
$: Cover charge is Y800 for 30 minutes, and Y1200 for 60 minutes (Y1300 on weekends.)