And this is not eet!
And this is not eet!
Super Nicknamer and Guinea Pig Mom, Cristie H. writes, “Hi! About a month ago our little wiggle worm/cuddle puddle/snorfmeister, Twix, had a pretty risky surgery to remove an infected mass from her abdomen. Luckily she pulled through the first surgery but lingering infection and damaged tissue made a second surgery necessary. So last Thursday Miss Wiggly had her second surgery. Twixie did really well and is on the mend with lots of fruits and veggies to encourage her healthy appetite. Since then Lady Wiggles Von Wiggleton has been much more chipper and fiesty! She’s still being tube fed to help keep her weight up so the huge mixing bowl helps to keep her from throwing her butt into reverse and escaping my clutches.”
“I’ve been a huge fan and daily reader of Cute Overload for years. Keep up the great work you fabulous internetters! Thanks for reading and I hope you enjoy the pictures!” – Cristie H. (mama pig), Kyle (papa pig) and Twix!
Note to self: Use “internetters” more often.
The best part of your day!
Chance, wants to know who put pickles in his bug sandwich!? “Bleagh!”
Top pic: “Hi! I have a silly picture of my little hedgehog, Chance, that you may
enjoy. He is 4 years old, and very entertaining. I have more pictures of
my hedgehogs on my blog, ooo shiny object. Hope you
like it!!” -Larissa W.
Middle pic: Loki on Tumblr
Bottom pic: “I caught my hedgehog, Gretchen, making this silly face!” -Becca H.
Now let’s put you under the dryer for 30 minutes until your hair glows neon green.
Hey friends Tom Nom here for Tom Nom’s Bargain Barn now friends my managers are great and I love ‘em but they’ve ordered too many ferret heads so we’re havin’ a two for one sale you heard me right we’re letten ‘em go for half price so now’s the time to stock ‘em up and stack ‘em up we got balloons for the kids come on down!
Looks like someone’s been watching that Will Sasso lemon video too many times.
Via Lon G.
He was lost, and then he was found!
“I found this cute fella barking up the wrong tree at the dog park. I carefully pointed him towards a more appropriate tree and provided a small snackage.” -Renée P.
There it is, folks: the twinkle in the eye, the full lower lip with just a hint of tongue… The look that says “Sure, I may have only three fingers on each hand, but am I going to let that bring me down? Golly gee willikers, no!”
Via Randi Deuro.
“He’d fly through the air with the greatest of ease,
That daring young ham on the flying trapeze!”
So you’re thinking of taking up scampering — good for you! Along with tree-climbing and tail-twitching, scampering is a fun and vital part of an active squirrel lifestyle. But play it safe! Always stretch before you scamper.