Last Day For The Pool!

It being Labor Day in the US and all, most pools shut ‘er down after today. So get in that last dip while ya can.

Or maybe just hit the pool to wash your paws off.

Another Day, Another Raccoon Post!

Had one last night, and how ’bout another one today? In the case of these Masked Marvels, two is definitely better than one.

Update! And this one just in NOM NOM NOM from Monica.

Hey, Are You Guys Cats, Too?

I was just saying to myself (awm nawm nawm), I wonder where all the other cats are? (crunch, munch) And here we are, just us cats! (slurp, smack) So whatcha guys doing? Cat stuff, am I right? (burp) You know I love it!

Twenty-Eight Pounds Is NOT A Problem

These masked banditos are DETERMINED to make off with the cat chow, at ANY cost.

Originally from Miss Cellania.Blogspot.com; remixed video includes “Pink Panther Theme” from Dave Koz.

Hey, They Like It, Too!

Everybody likes to pop bubble wrap. EVERYbody.

Raccoon Launcher, Ready!

Rubbery, creaky, stre-e-e-etching noise ….TWANG yang yang yang…!

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Via Cutest Paw.

Part Of The Knothole Gang

_h1080_w1920_m6_ofalse_lfalseHe couldn’t afford a ticket to the baseball game, so he just peered through the hole in left centerfield. Image Of The Day as seen on MSN News.

Could Use Some Ketchup

[These are just a little too bland for me without somethin' on it, ya know?]

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The Daily Cute.

Raccoon Chubbular Somersault ACTION!

[First of all, how did he get in the house? NO way is this guy a pet, right? -Ed.]

Rollin’ Rollin’ Rollin,’ keep the Blorp a-rollin’!

As seen on Stuff I Stole From The Internet. (Who, uh, stole it from 22 Words.)

Another Childhood Memory Trashed

When I was just a little NTMTOM, Mommy NTMTOM would take me to Enchanted Forest, “where fairy tales come true.” And there, among the colorful storybook castles, was Timmy the Talking Trashcan. “Feed me your popcorn boxes and candy wrappers,” came a cartoon voice within, and mesmerized I did, earning a jolly “thank you!” every time.

Only in my later years did I learn the mundane truth: What I was convinced was wondrous magic was merely the product of ambitious enterprise and a gift for ventriloquism.

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