Make No Mistake, The Cat Did It.

She told me she was disciplined in interior design. How was I supposed to know that she’d “fringe” all the slipcovers and then blame it on me?

That is one crafty cat, Wendy C.


Throwing a Cocktail Party Around Her is Risky Business

When she insisted on burying the crudités in the backyard instead of bones, we obliged. But now she’s demanding to play fetch with a cheese twist, and we’re wondering what could possibly be next.

Hide the brie, Kimmy.

An Actual Wart Hog

“Look, I’m not going to call her a parasite, but need I remind anyone that I’m man’s best friend?

Let me guess, Duchess the Pit Bull knows that Polly the Pig has the intellectual edge, Jeremy O.

Wrong Order, But do They Come with Fries?

“I said I wanted a picnic basket full of hushpuppies…”

What a delightful error, Peggy W. Photo by Lawrence Shia.

To Serve Pug

Slowly, hesitantly, Olive arrived at a disturbing new theory: The intentions of the alien visitors were not as benevolent as had been originally claimed.

Save us a leg, Heidi A.

This will not end well

“(Oh boy! Look at this big stick that I am carrying all by myself like a good puppy! I cannot wait to burst through my dog door and proudly display it to the food lady!)”

One of the kute kanines under the konsiderate kare of Kaitlyn K.

On the count of three, everyone say, “Wet Wipes!”

While posing for her first official family portrait, Chloe was beyond humiliated when – with all the excitement surrounding her – she accidentally tinkled on that nice man’s hand.

With that face, we bet she pees rainbows, Walter S.

Dogs and Cats, Living Together [Bill Murray voice]

Tiny Pup Penny and and Big Moe Kitteh win this week’s Interspecies Snorgling Award:

Sender-Inner Carolyn O. says her son has used the video at Show and Tell to combat stereotypes. Nicely done.

Hi there, my name is Dug. My master made me this collar so I may speak in 140 characters or les — SQUIRREL!

You always knew your pup was a bit of a bird-brain; now he can actually tweet. At this year’s New York Toy Fair, Mattel announced Puppy Tweets, a collar tag with sensors linked to your home computer via Wi-Fi. The tag sends a tweet to your dog’s Twitter account whenever the animal moves, barks, or naps.

And here’s the… uh… extreme… erm.

Puppy Tweets collar pendant

Twitter!  It’s Tweets for Twits, and now your Spitz.

Olympics Draw Huge Audience; Some More Riveted Than Others

“Curling. What’s up with that?”

I’m guessing this guy could medal in Alpine Lazy, Louisa of Louisa Marion Photography.