Susan T. says “Happy Nosevember! This is my puppeh Midnight.” (Which is why this post went up at 12 Midnight PT, yo.)
Got a Triple Rule spectacular here, People! (Almost said Spec-‘tock-ular- whew, that was last month. Now, we got the noses.) But let’s check this out.
And who might we thank for this? None other than Katharine K. “This is India showing off her schnozz! Photographed by our son, Leo. India would love being featured in Nosevember! Visit with you every day, love it, thanks!”
And who’s happy to see the month of Nosevember? Kiko is! “This is Kiko. My 11 month old rescue Formosan Mountain Dog from Taiwan. He’s a spritely and happy little fella, living with me in Venice Beach, CA.” -Eileen M.
The two magic words of the day? “I’m parched.”
We’re gonna assume El Bandito got his treat off-camera, right? From Mashable.
All of you who have puppehs or kittehs and have multiple cutesy-poo nicknames for your pet…raise your hands! Get ’em up, there in the back row.
“I wanted to share a photo of our two year old husky, Morgan, or Morgan vonPuppyface but has recently been dubbed the name “Mrs. Roper” (as in, Mrs Roper from Three’s Company.) She is the nosiest neighborhood busybody. And when she’s not all up in their business, she’s in ours. She’s a 60 lb. lapdog so she is frequently sticking her nose into our business to see if she can climb into our laps and get ear skritches. Thanks for letting me share!” -Stacy S.
[Wanted to sneak this one in just under the wire. A fitting conclusion to ‘Tocktober 2014, eh? -Ed.]
“This is our 2 year old Korean Jindo puppy, Lucas von Kookus getting caught on the couch. He is the biggest nosey-pants ever! Thanks for years of Cuteness and many hover-text laughs!” -Monica B.
All these leaves! So little time! (Before the rake or leaf blower gets ’em.) Hurry, Alice!
“My puppy Alice going absolutely bananas in a leaf pile,” from Jake B.
Our unbelievably Cute ResQte Of The Week comes from Beth W., who is the Social Issues Reporter for the Asheville Citizen-Times. “I had a great day at work today because I got to cover this,” she says. The “This” she is referring to are six puppehs (That’s Captain America up top- he’s been spoken for) rescued last month- with five of the six now available for adoption at Sarge’s Animal Rescue Foundation.
These little guys are known as “The Parkway Puppehs,” after they were found by two fishermen near the local Blue Ridge Parkway. Their names are in the hovers! (Photographer: Corrine Baker.)
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