This Kitten’s Premises Protected By

Doggler Security.

Providing 24 hour ultrasonic mobile perimeter protection. No snorgles for you!


This is Devil, who is a rescue pup, caring for his new rescue kitten. Might a sausage deactivate him, Krystal G.?

Frizzker Asplosion

Nobody light a match. (hands out hazmat suits)

Sender-inner and foster parent, Tania says this is 3 week old Truffle at Vancouver Orphan Kitten Rescue, VOKRA. Take a look if you dare!

What’s the Scoop, Cup o’ Soup?

Not funny, honey! Don’t get wise, french fries. Get me out, Girl Scout.


Lucky ducky, Chantel L.

A Small Miracle

When YouTube user kandwarf rescued an injured hummingbird, he kept a video record of the recovery, as he nursed her with meals of crushed bugs and sugar water and helped her regain her flying skills. Then “when she thought she was ready to leave,” he writes, “she flew off to her favorite patch of the back yard, and her instincts instantly kicked in, and now she’s just like all the other hummingbirds.”

Mini Stampedersons

Mr. Green Coat Man, you better ruuuun. There’s a mini stampedersons behind youuuu (sing song).

Whew, stumpy trumpeter stampedersons is all stampedered out.

Thank you to photographer Miriam S. ;-)

 Photo taken at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
, haven for orphaned elephants and rhinos.

Bathe in Tomato Juice After Viewing

A tiny 2-week old orphaned baby skunkersons is fed by a volunteer at Coast & Canyon Wildlife Rehabilitation. He’ll be fed this way more than 200 times during his stay at the 100% volunteer rehab facility.


Sender-Inner Kim B. says they don’t smell at this age ;) Watch other rehabbular behbehs like this skunkersons on the 24/7 live streams at CoastCanyon.org. Every donated penny goes to lil’ ones like this until they’re old enough to be released back into the wild.

Get an Ocean, You Two

A pair of rescued elephant seals got a taste of freedom — and each other — when the Pacific Marine Mammal Center sent them back into the wild last Saturday. With well-wishers cheering, the pups shared a kiss before being shooed into the ocean.

Puffy Powers Are Go!

Faster than a speeding puff pastry!


Chicklet teh Squirrel was rescued by Heather and photographed by Lynn T. Chicklet suffered head trauma as a baby and is half the size of other grey squirrels but twice as round (even though she’s on a strict diet.) Chicklet’s admirers call her the ‘Perfectly Spherical Squirrel.’

You’re my puppy

According a story floating around the Internets, this little ginger foster kitten named Cheech was introduced to a teeny tiny five-day old orphaned chihuahua puppy named Casanova.


Cheech took to the little puppy, immediately grooming and cleaning him.


The puppy responded to his every touch, snuggling up to his new friend like a pup to his mother.


When Cheech was tired, he would climb into the puppy’s box and cuddle, sharing the heating blanket.


To Cheech, he was “his” puppy and best friend.


You have GOT to be kidding me [cross-eyed head tilt], Holly F. Photos may be by Kimberly J, we’re not sure…

[ooh ooh, lookit who popped up in the comments! the original story!]

WAIT—Can possums be cute?

We’ve been vacillating in a quagmire of indecision for too long!

Help us, alert readers: are possums cute enough to deserve a Rule of Cuteness, or are they gnarly little ankle-biters!?

Even this possum seems a little on the fence about it.

Can possums be cute, pet photographer Mimi B.? Sender-inner PJ M. is undecided. Second photo by animal advocate Jessica B.

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