Alert reader Shelley sends the following delectable photo of her former roommate’s sugargliders to CuteOverload.com. We greatly appreciate such a fine submission! Their names are "Kai" (boy) and "Rin" (girl) (natch) and are absolutely prosh.
What do Sugargliders look like mid-glide in your living room, when you least expect it just as you place your Thanksgiving Turkey on the table? Why this, of course! Perfectly caught mid-flight by the apt-named Squirrels R Forever.com
What is there to say about the Dormouse, the cutest animal in the world? First of all, the dormouse sleep three quarters of the year in a nest, which is instantly adorable. They weigh 15 to 30 grams, which is a totally portable Paris Hilton Pet™-sized, and they’re English, so you know when they talk, it’s absolutely charming.
Terry Whitaker, Dormice photographer extraordinairePhoto from Smart Images UK
This fabulous chip-tych brought to you by the fine folks over at Duck Rock Resort who are taking great care of their Beady-eyed Varmints.
Super special thanks to The UK Gower Bird Hospital who also seem to specialize in fine baby weasel care. One day this little dude will be released to the wild, where he will scamper away, look back, then scamper some more.
Alert reader Cory Pinter and his girlfriend (who must be fabulous to have suggested sending this photo) sent this Hamster Haus photo. Obviously, this Hamster just woke up from a nap and is stretching, thinking about his morning cup of Joe and side carrot. Brilliant decorating job he’s done…
Someone please tell me what GENIUS put *this* photo shoot together. Look at all the factors here: you’ve got FOUR helpless baby animals, many of whom will gladly kill each other once grown, a Hallmark-riffic background, a “conversation” of sorts, lead by a gerbil-like thing. What could he possibly be saying to the others? “I’m the cutest, but my beady eyes are a drawback in this contest?” Simply stunning! Major props.