Willie and Nillie want you to know the only way to tell them apart: One of them prefers ear skritches and the other prefers chin rubs.
But sweaters are better! Bring on the turtleneck jokes in 3, 2, 1 …!
They cannot run, and now they cannot hide, from Smedley who found these two via Slacker 102 the Redditor .
Bye-bye Grumpy Cat, hello pouty moufs!
“I was in Barbados last week on vacation and found this awesome pouty-mouthed crab on Bathsheba beach. Just look at his little surly face! I thought this would be a great addition to Cute Overload. I shot these photos, so you can credit me, Raena C.!”
Trisha H. promises her Japanese Chin, Yoshi, really is a happy dog! “Yoshi is a rescue that we could not imagine life without. When I took this picture, he had just finished chasing cows, so he’s a bit dirty. His hobbies include violently licking furniture, being confused, snuggling with his shih tzu sister, and looking at Cute Overload! I believe this photo is Cute Overload worthy! My furbabies and I love Cute Overload, keep doing what you do!” (OK, OK, since you mentioned Cute Overload three times!)
Hi there, Meercats and Meerdogs! Come on along! Today we’re going to talk about how watching TV can influence you more than you realize!
And to further answer your question: here on CO, instead of a category it’s more of a tag, and instead of twins we like to call it “Matchinks”, and instead of babbling on any more, here are just a few examples!
This one falls under “Funny You Should Ask” (head tilt):
And now, your gorgeous goggie doppelgangers are the latest and greatest addition to the club!!!
Their loff was too beautiful for words,
Gabriela from Sweden is fortunate enough to share her life with, “the two cutest redheads EVER: Nova Scotia duck tolling retriever princess “Sienna”, who celebrated her fourth birthday on March 12, and little lord “Amser”, who’ll celebrate his *first* birthday on May 12! Thought I’d share some photos I took the other day, while they were busy with interspecies snorgling and grooming. These two LOVE each other, and I could not imagine my life without them.”