OK, Mom, we will! We know our fashion safety is most important!
You wouldn’t want us to go without the protective style we need.
“We have a Ural motorcycle with a sidecar. My two chihuahuas, Duncan and Misty, ride in the sidecar with me. Safety first, they are wearing crash-tested harnesses and Doggles protect their eyes.” -Karen M.
“Monty the puppeh and…his puppeh Monty. Thank you for your consideration! Photo by Steve H. AKA Dad.” -Tuesday Y.
[And hey! Today is….Tuesday! WHAT a coincidence! -Ed.]
Update! More Stuffie Hunkering Photos from Toozday.
One of the top examples of an OWL BAROO U are likely to find.
“As seen on Facebook- I wanted to make some owl puns, like “Who Baroo?” but I am in the midst of my third nightshift in a row and my funny-meter is running low (hence the internet surfing on my break.)” -Kelly B., The Emerald City.
OK, we need some Owl Puns. Gee, what commentator could do that for us? (Drumming fingers on table…)
This is Quirky & Snowy. Which one is which? Quirky is the one who has learned to type his own photo submission to CO, for purely journalistic purposes of course:
“I love the look in Snowy’s eyes in the picture of them wrestling – and for the record, Snowy was the one who started it.”
My son Regan and his wife Ana have two dogs, a one year old named Quirky (on the left) and a three year old rescue named Snowy (on the right). The dogs love to watch out the front window of the apartment for their mom and dad to come home! Quirky has calmed down a bit since they adopted Snowy, and Snowy has come out of his shell in the short time he has been living with them, thanks to the playful Quirky! -Karen K.
I will wash my leeps, but not my face, ok I will wash my face, but not my paws, ok I will wash my paws, but NOT BEHIND MY EARS. OK I will wash behind my ears, but that’s ALL!
Via Kyle H.’s YouTube.
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Via I Love Jack Russell Terriers! on Pinterest.
Want to see what spring hat styles chihuahuas were wearing in the 1940s? If you look into our magical wayback machine, you might catch a quick glimpse!
1940s 8mm film, “A Chihuahua with his Easter Bonnet On” (“his” …), via YouTube.
So dumbstruck, in fact, that we’re just, bibble bibble bibble bibble bibble bibble…
To paraphrase, “…………………………………………………………………….!”
These two Siberian bear cubs named Lewis and Clark were rejected by their mom :( at a Chicago zoo. So David and Lana Fechter are raising them ’til they get bigger (and, um, they WILL) and then they’ll move on to the Shalom Wildlife Sanctuary, north of Milwaukee.
(*Saw this one on Bored Panda but then MoonPieWoman also sent it in so she gets the cred.)