Video created with Apple Final Cut Pro™ by Cuteporter KB, as well as this text which sums it all up quite well: “After months in the care of the California Wildlife Center in Malibu, California, five orphaned fawns enjoy their first moments back in the wild where they belong. Orphaned fawns are prevented from seeing human faces and forms during their time in the rehab setting. In keeping with that policy, this video was filmed from behind a camouflage screen in the woods, by a volunteer.”
OK, we’re cheating on this one. It’s not REALLY an old photo- it just looks that way ’cause Lisa P. did some iPhoto Voodoo on it with her Mac. “Here’s a random pup I snapped in Brussels this summer, just chillin’ in the doorway of his hoomin’s shop,” she says.
There are some cats and dogs- especially cats- who won’t go within a COUNTRY MILE of a sink or tub. And then there’s THIS long-haired Doxie, who thinks differently.
The translated text from the video comes out as “High-kicking you are very beautiful.” We’re not quite sure what “High-kicking” means. T.O.
[It’s hard to keep the screen clean, otherwise it’s totally cool!]
We all know the Apple iPad™ is a fantastic device, designed to restore a childlike sense of wonder to our lives. But DID YOU KNOW- puppehs love ‘em, too?
“This is my cat Simon playing his fishing game on my iPad™!” -Anastasia M.
iPad™ is a trademark of Apple, Inc™.
SEPTEMBER 04, 2010 by MEG
THIS JUST IN! OMG THERE ARE GENIUS HELPER PONIES GIVING ADVICE AT APPLE STORES!
Alert reader Super Cinge hoofed the floor twice, indicating we should post this image. Read the entire story over at Frank Chimero’s Blog.
Edit: Man wearing a kilt alert!
The Furrtographer aka Josh Norem has his first app for iOS available on the Apple™ App Store!
Ninety-nine cents. For 116 Kittehs. That works out to 0.00853448276 cents per kitteh!
(He’ll be donating a portion of the proceeds to the rescues that provided kittehs for the shoot, so everybody wins!)
Whadya waitin’ for? Here they are!
(© 2014 The Furrtographer. No kittens were harmed in the making of this app but many squees were had by all involved.)