Best example of it you are gonna see ANYWHERE today. Promise. “Hello! Attached, please find my photo submission of a Bebeh Red Sqwerl I found on my back porch in upstate New York. Thank you for your consideration.” -Jill W.
According to this Mail Online article, Seven-year-old Tortoiseshell Mama Sqwerl (above photo) has had 50 kids! FIFTY! (And Mail Online refers to the Bebeh Sqwerls as “Kittens.” Is that a British thing? Who knew?)
They were born at the Pensthorpe Conservation Trust in Norfolk, UK. Her species of Red Sqwerl is endangered in many parts of Britain.
Claire H. sent this to us.
[Can, can you help a fella out and reach for the snooze bar? My arms, my hands, my feet- heck- EVERYTHING is too stubby to each it. Gracias.]
Smedley found this one.
We were delayed a day ‘cuz yesterday was a holiday and all, but we’re back with another pair of 2015 Cute Overload Calendars to give away!
Your task, as they say, is a simple one. Come up with a terrific headline for the photo shown below.
At 2pm PT, we’ll update this post with the winner!
*Update 2:06pm PT: And Meg-on is this week’s winner! We’ll be back with another contest next Monday morning!
Sent in by Kristin R. from Facebook.
(He just needs to ask Tom Cruise how it’s done.)
This guy is high up in the trees and can go either way with his nut. Photographed during a trip to Skansen in Stockholm, Sweden by Cuteporter Elaine M.
Can SOMEONE PLEASE get these guys some Cute Little Sqwerl Overcoats? Something they can wear in the City….
AND the Country.
“I think the occasional rodent other than Rabbits, Rats, Mice, and Gray squirrels are due a bit of Cute Overload attention. Here are some snaps of Columbian ground squirrels from Glacier National Park that I hope are sufficiently cute.” -Niko L.
[I heard they're serving GOURMET peanuts down the street. We. Are. OUTTA here!] (Image from Coast & Canyon Wildlife Rehabilitation’s FB.)
Little Sqwerl Dude (actually, HEFTY Sqwerl Dude) just doesn’t know when to give up!
(From the video: “For anyone who is concerned about the squirrel, he still raids our other two feeders and the vegetable garden. The tiny amount of Vaseline™ used is non-toxic, the kind used for lip balm.”) As seen on VVV.