Wait..you already did. (Yes, #2 is coming shortly.) Arne saw it here.
Right, check this out. So this puppeh Leia is cavorting on the beach when UH OH SHE FINDS A STRANDED BEBEH DOLPHIN!!! She alerts her hoomin who helps Buddy The Dolphin back out to sea! Good JOB, Leia!!
Here’s the background story:
“Whilst attempting Bass fishing on a beach near Criccieth (close to the mouth of the River Dwyfor) I was taking photos of the scenery when I heard my dog barking at me from down the beach….clearly she had found something! Managed to gently lift and guide this beached baby dolphin/juvenile harbour porpoise back out to sea. Stayed at the site for while to make sure he didn’t come back. Spoke to the coastguard once I had a signal and they reported it to the science team. Think the little guy was lucky as there was nobody around for miles! And, if it wasn’t for my dog barking at me I would have missed him too! Unfortunately I didn’t have a mobile signal to report the sighting there and then but if you do find yourself in a similar scenario and you can call the emergency numbers here: or the coastguard. You can also report sightings here.”
The work week is officially 50% over. You know what that means- it’s #RumpDay! In this case, several squirmin’ Rumps (or if you prefer, ‘Tocks.) From Flickr.
[Mebbe we’d better go check ’em out, whadya’ think?] (*Note: Lots of CBS* going on in here. -Ed.]
(*Curious Butt Sniffing.)
Congrats to the Women’s USA Soccer Team for winning the World Cup, beating Japan yesterday 5-2! Here, have some puppehs.
It doesn’t look like Toto has ANY intention of sharing Snoopy. “Toto (Cairn,) Snoopy (Beagle,) and Scout (Pyrenees.) Have a Happy, Happy 4th!,” says Jessica E.
CHOTK is not JUST for kittehs, you know. They’ve got quite a few little knuckleheads on hand- like THESE guys! Jess Lessard took these photos and fills us in. “The Cat House on the Kings is OVERFLOWING with puppies.”
“While primarily a cat sanctuary, the Cat House time and again opens its doors and hearts to rescuing dogs.”
“Here are just a few that are in the care of the shelter at the moment and will be up for adoption soon!”