He’s MINE! Mine! Mine! Mine!
Cuteporter Mike S. sent this to us with the subject line “Kitteh Awesomeness.”
Couldn’t agree more.
Read more about the Lanai Animal Rescue Center.
Cuteporter Amanda M. zipped us off this email. “I adopted Rufus in December 2011. He was rescued by the Georgia Humane Society at age 1 from a high kill shelter the day he was supposed to be put to sleep. I found him after he was in his foster home and he was really sick. Turns out he has balance issues and can’t see very well. He’s silly. It would make his day to be on Cute Overload!”
[Rufus, consider your day made, my friend. -Ed]
UPDATE By Request: Ruf-hance Action!
From Cuteporter Adam C.: “I went and spent a good half day filming ‘Winkles’ the farm puppeh! Very hard to keep up with but I think you’ll agree she is pretty cute!! She lives at Serendipity Farm which is a rescue farm Down Under for unwanted livestock animals. (How cool is that btw?)
[Very cool. -Ed]
CLASSIC POST-WINKLES ‘WHAT IN THE WORLD WAS THAT’ FAVE FRAME:
That’s what a reader wrote. Well, we appreciate the feedback, and consider that gross injustice FIXED right here and now.
First off, here’s a Saw-Whet Owl cooling off at the Blanford Nature Center in Grand Rapids, MI. Video sent in by Cuteporter Karen.
Then, we got a lengthy email from the
owl eagle-eyed Peter G. Check the hovers for Peter’s description of this Owl Rhode Island ResQte!
(AND learn about donating to the Born To Be Wild Nature Center.)
Scientists are baffled as to why a lot of sea lions are stranding themselves along the beaches of Southern California, and some of them are in tough shape. Wired has a good story on how truckloads of these Prosh Dudes are being shipped up the coast to the SF Bay Area’s Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito for care.
[You can also help feed these guys. Donate to “Meals for Seals” right here.]
See a distressed marine mammal in Northern California? Call (415) 289-SEAL.
Photo by Ingrid Overgard/The Marine Mammal Center.
Mmm, complex aromas of cheesy snausages and old leather shoes layered with a hint of toilet water followed by warm notes of barnyard refined earthiness.
Photo of Conga by Molly W. of Best Friends Animal Society, sent in by Melissa M.!
Redditor CMFW ‘s parent’s rescued stray, Tigger, trembling in fear of his foe’s formidable hunting prowess.
Hello! My name is Kingston, Kingston the Squirrel Monkey.
This is me and my new friend, Carly. She visited me at The Wildlife Learning Center, where I am cared for by wunnerful hoomins.
I like to photobomb Carly’s pictures!
Sometimes famous hoomins visit me and my friends at The Wildlife Learning Center, like Betty White and Zac Efron.
That’s about eet for me. So hard to stay awake for very long when you’re only 3 weeks old… (monkey yawn) ….You can read more about me on The Featured Creature, zzzzzzzzzzzzz
Thanks to Jenn E. for sending this in!