Margie T., you are a suuuuuuuper nerd, thank you
People, I realized that rule #31 and Rule #36 were like, identical (Someone in QA is soooo getting fired) So I am creating a NEW rule #31.
Rule of Cuteness #31; The ‘Stubbular” stage is cute. That means a young ani-pal with short, non-grown limbs or tails. Here’s what I mean:
Let’s get stubbular! stubbular! [sing in Olivia Newton John voice]
Finding (and sleeping in) a sunbeam is cute.
Someone update Wikipedia C.O. Rules STAT, Susanna R.!
Ehn. [Eyes flutter closed and go back to sleepies]
You can put away your protractors People, [snort!] There is no need to double check my math—the curve on this kitteh’s belleh is perfect.
How do I know? [pushing up glasses] I got the sudden urge to smoosh my face into it [clapping hands in 'done!' motion]
Marlies W., yer email had TWO postable shots. I think we should send you a certificate.
People, ruhmember the day we found the photo that proved, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that ferrets have tongues? Well, we have reached another milestone.
AND THAT MILESTONE IS AN IMAGE OF AN ANERABLE SQUIRREL PEEPING TONGUE! (Complete with muzzle-powsche action.*)
* Whatever that means
Katharine B., WAY TO CAPTURE THIS ELUSIVE OBJECT! Nice paw-clasps, too. Also, from your note, this is the very same squirrel we posted earlier, non?
If you try and eat your own appendage, it’s cute. [insert Ron Jeremy joke here]
aRrrrng aRrrrng aRrrrng
Alexandra R. says this is Maverick, a beagle and ESTEEMED DAILY PUPPY. You must go see his other photos. You will dieeeee!