The chihuahua depicted in this photo is real. Any resemblance to a disclaimer is purely coincidental!
The Little Bear is named Tahoe, and as you recall, she turned up (unannounced) last month at the Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care center. Here’s the latest video, plenty of adorabuhl bumbling-tumbling-fumbling, too. Thanks go to KB.
People, U will not believe this story. U will need the Kleenex.
What if you lose your puppeh in a hurricane…say, like Hurricane Sandy.
U wait 1.5 years and finally decide to get another puppeh. So U go to the shelter.
They bring in the first dog to meet U……..and guess who it is.
From New York Magazine.
Cuteporter Elisha says: “This is Isme and Dulcie, my little chihuahuas. This photo really needs a caption.”
OK, let’s have a Friday afternoon caption contest! The Comments Section awaits!
P.S. from Elisha: “These are both rescues from Support Team Animal Rescue (STAR), a small, all-volunteer non-profit companion animal rescue organization in San Jose, CA.”
[Name refers to a Soviet Dude from way back in the day -Ed.]
Well, well. Chris P. Bacon, you have a new pal Down Undah! This be Leon Trotsky, and as the last name implies, he can still trot with the best of ‘em. What’s the story here, Kyle B. of Edgar’s Mission? Wait, let’s do the video first. Pigster Prosh.
Updated with Fresh Video!
“We had a little piglet come to us last week that had been accidentally sat on by his mum..”
“..and broke his pelvis along with his leg.”
“While we wait for his bones to grow before he can have proper surgery..”
“…he has a little wheel cart that he uses to get around to keep pressure off his legs.”
Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care has a new resident. Someone dropped off this 2.5 month old (now named “Tahoe”) at the Bear League’s doorstep in Homewood. No note or explanation was provided. According to Lake Tahoe News, “‘She is healthy. She is not emaciated. She’s a little dehydrated, but not enough to be worried about,’ Tom Millham with LTWC said.”
Updated! Fresh video!
All photos by Dan Thrift. The LTWC FB is here. Sent in by Morjana C.
According to Boing Boing, journalist Miles O’Brien was at a drone flying range (they have these things?) near Washington DC, learning how to fly his camera drone one-handed (due to an unfortunate accident.)
He happened to be joined at the range by…a blanket with a pair kittehs. C.O. tweeted Mr. O’Brien, who tweet-replied (in 125 characters, btw):
“I think there is nothing cuter per pound than a kitten that small. Not sure I have ever seen one that young. Smitten w/kitten.”
He took this video, and sent it to BB. Interested in adoption? Click here! (
The little critters the remaining kitteh are is with veterinarian Nikki Driver in Charlottesville, VA.)
Update! This just in from Nikki herself:
“Thanks so much for the shout-out, your site has more Cute on it than I thought the Internet could handle! The only thing to add is that the bigger of the two (the other has found a foster home with the intent to adopt) purrs and kneads after he eats and when he poops!! Thanks so much and keep up the Cute Work!”