Stella has both colors going for her, as you can see. Got a little Rule of Cuteness #40 going on here, too. “I just wanted to give you all the opportunity to bask in the cuteness of Stella, just as she is basking in the warmth of this sunbeam,” says Elissa M. “I imagine she is praying for lots of birds outside the window.”
And we’re wrapping up the week with a little Rule Of Cuteness #40 action: Sleeping in a sunbeam is cute.” “Greetz from a German fan and my 7 months old male cat named Burli!” -Christoph B.
These New Kids have mos’ def’ got the right stuff, and they’re hanging tough, step by step!
African Pygmy Goat kids Chloe and Clark were born one month ago to the day, at the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore.
Their proud parents are Lex and Lois. I sense a Superman theme here- but Lois would NEVER be with Lex Luthor.
And..let’s not forget Rule Of Cuteness #45: Any animal with the word “pygmy” in it is cute.
(Story from ZooBorns with photos by Jeffrey F. Bill/Maryland Zoo. Emailed in by Maureen P.)
Just got this one in from Jillian L. in New Zealand (See–we’re global) -a fisherman rescued a deer! “I came across it on The Dodo. You get the scenic Italian coastline, ResQte Li’l Deer with Prosh Crossed Hooflets, and by my calculations this one has FOUR Rules of Cuteness; 2, 23, 50 and 51. I love Cute Overload! I can find pics of anerable and prosh anipals in lots of places, but only C.O. Cuteologists have the talk to go with the walkies.”
[*Note: Here’s more on the story– see if you can get Chrome to translate if you can’t read Italian. No luck here. -Ed.]
Now, stand by for some rapid-fire Italian!
From the Land Of Japan comes these Instagramsters from Jordan W. “Please enjoy Fumu, the Shihtzu/Maltese mix, being a weirdo and abiding by several Rules in one video- Rules 99, 98, and 43. Lots more photos of the little gremlin here. I just got him at the end of March from Animal Rescue Kansai, a really great animal rescue nonprofit based in Osaka with a branch in Tokyo. I love his little frowny face, his snaggletooth, and the tongue that doesn’t always quite fit in his mouth.”