I’ll Blink After You Blend My Steak

Wait a minute.  I thought we agreed that you would create an emulsion of a 16-oz prime New York strip. You know, on the bone, seared, broiled in a 1600 degree oven, and blended into a delightful goo. With fries. Also goo-ed. Yet now I hear I’m getting a mixture of salty water and B12??? Can I speak to the president of something please?

'Ello! My name is Puss in Boots. You killed my father. Prepare to die.

“Tough Cookie” was found in a box after being hit by a car. She recovered and is presumably doing well with her new owner.

Creamed spinach IVs and all thanks go to Lyndley P.

Rescued McMonkersons

According to picture-taker Simple Tess;

“I caught my mother’s cat playing with this baby chipmunk. He curled up in my hand and did not seem to want to leave. I found his family’s hole and set him by it. He slowly retreated to the hole, but turned around to look back out at me and considered coming back to my hands! It was love.”

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Cute Overload Xtreme Munk Up!

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SimpleTess, that is some great eye capsule action…

Casting Call

We love the little critters when they’re scampering about — but sometimes they scamper straight into trouble.  Never fear, however; as Animals in Casts demonstrates, whatever doesn’t kill you makes you cuter:

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Eastern-Grey-Kangaroo

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Found by Jessica T.

And The Hits Just Keep On Coming.

Lucky the box turtle has had a rough time of it. He recently endured an attack by a crazy raccoon who gnawed off his two front legs. Fortunately, the medical miracle known as double-sided tape and furniture sliders made Lucky slowly mobile once again.

You need that couch moved?

Unfortunately, now Lucky bears a strange resemblance to this guy:

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Thanks for the submission, Brooke B. I guess his owner will never need to hire movers again.

Bacon: Saved!

Just when you thought the interspecies snorgling action could go no further, we witness the very finest Mail Online has to offer. The tiniest bacon:

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Rhodesian Ridgeback and piglet action submitted by Marilyn T. over at The National Geographic Intelligent Travel Blog (HEARD OF THEM!?)

That’s 112 in dog years

16-year-old ‘Tyke’ was surrendered to a rescue for a second (and hopefully last!) time. Adopter Susan G. snagged his hiney right quick saying: “I am so lucky to have gotten him. You would never know he is such an old man.”

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BONUS: TriTongueHance!

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This Blue Jay’s Here to Stay

Rescue a bird, make a friend; that’s the blue jay way. In this video from The Weather Channel, a nice South Carolina man did a good deed for a feathered neighbor, who now visits him every day for hors d’oeuvres and gossip, not to mention a bit of sunbathing on his porch.

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Orphan Eyes

Apparently, kitteh “Maxxie” was found as a “lone orphan” in a friend’s backyard. According to Sender-Inner-Adopterer Stephanie, that’s why he has such sad eyes.

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A Rescute Grows Up in Brooklyn

Writes Sender-Inner Susan B.: “Look at this sweet little kitten my husband and I rescued from behind our building two weeks ago…”

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“She’s about 5-6 weeks old now…”

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“So far we’re just fostering her because we don’t know her FIV/leukemia status yet, and don’t know whether all three of our preexisting cats will accept her in any case…”

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“Anyway, I’m sure you’ll agree she is off the proverbial hook, in the adorably weird bug-eyed alien sense:”

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Yes, we agree, Suze.

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Hey out there, why not adopt a kittayn today?

This Job Sucks, But in a Good Way

According to the Los Angeles Times and elsewhere, two red panda cubs were abandoned by their mother, so zookeepers at China’s Taiyuan Zoo found a replacement: A dog owned by a nearby farmer.  Thanks to the milk of this generous pup, two endangered cubs are growing up.

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