Pretty well describes the look here, right? “Submitting a shot of my beloved rescue Tesla at three months old, sound asleep in her favorite pose and offering a close-up of her red nose. I’ve loved your site for years and frequently share the cuteness with my fellow volunteers at the Seattle Animal Shelter. Tesla and I would be honored to be considered for Nosevember!” -Cian F. (and Tesla)
Hey, don’t run away! I wanna be friends! Wait! WAIT!!!
Too late, looks like he already has.
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says thinks the burrata cheese ‘”looks yummy.’ -Atsuko M.
Direne says, “Lucille T. Ball would like to submit this picture for Nosevember consideration.”
Sprocket is One Prosh Puppeh and he’s got the Nose to prove it. For example, he can balance a carrot:
Or…..not balance a carrot.
And here is a picture of Sprocket and his hairball after a recent brushing.
“The world makes perfect sense now.” -Ingrid H.
That feature photo is without a doubt one of THE finest examples of Rule Of Cuteness #47: Splayed haunch action is cute you will EVER see. Oh, this is Gadget The Mini Goldendoodle, BTW…also doing a little Rule #32 for you:
(Thanks Michael M.)
“This is Penny, she’s 11 weeks old and been exploring the forests of Vancouver Island since 7 weeks old.” -Ryan C.
[*Note: Hoomin address and phone number blacked out for Privacy Reasons. -Ed.]
“Hi! We have a little Yorkie named Inu. She’s 8 years old but still has some puppy tendencies. She’s very cute and she knows it! She’s got a little spot on the end of her nose that only adds to her cuteness. I hope she’s good enough to make onto your site! I love your site and i hope to see Inu! Thank you for your consideration, Melissa V.”
Why have the usual Crunch N Munch for breakfast when you can have a Wilson 3?
From Richard B.: “Thought you might like this short video of my dog Jasper enjoying the great taste of a tennis ball. Those readers who have dogs may want to turn the volume down, though, as the noise tends to drive them insane. Jasper is a pug/terrier/something mix who came to us from from Fetching Hope Rescue in Maine/Arkansas. He loves long walks, nibbling on ears (human, dog and cat) and snoozing.”