Oh, Hai. I would like to display to you my teeny gutulence. [Turns to the left, shifting tiny squeezable guts] OK? [turns to the right, displaying guts further] You may now resume your Caturday.
Learning to Baroooooooo for the first time!Nice coaching, too.
Great find, Darci G.!
Unlike any other species, a specifc LACK of teef, (which, in the case of puppehs, makes a tongue flop out) is cute. Not to mayn-shons the Rule #15 ear action going on here.
Oh, and just for good may-sures, check out "Jay" the Pappillon flopping aorund in leafs. Ahnnnngggg!!!! [Arms reach out towards screen]
[pushing lil' tongue back in] Ehn! Christina V.!
From Orange UK comes this storeh about a peeg with a heart on it. Ahnnnggn. Nice Find, Jo L.
Then of course there is this puppeh, with HIS heart-shaped fur:
Then we have "Scotteh" the kitteh who’s owners didn’t even NOTICE he had a heart-shaped fur patch until they saw the article on the Chihuahua pup above… [Nice work, Sender-Inner Amy S.]
And let’s not forget dee FERRETS OF LOF:
And this calf, who was BORN on Valentines day, with a heart that looks suspiciously painted on; (Still, thanks, Bert W.)
Happy Valentine’s Day, Peeps!
Wing wing! Wing wing! It’s for you!
David Rosenberg’s guinea peeg Noodle is just one of the stars. We’ve greenlit it for 43 more episodes.