From waaay back in November of 2005!
Rule Of Cuteness Number 1: Putting a paw up is cute.
“This is Marty!” -Charles P.
HEAD TO BODY RATIO: If your head is exponentially larger than the rest of your entire body, that’s cute.
Taken at Saving Grace Rescue. From The Furrtographer, who adds “That’s Murcy. She was born with twisted hind legs that just stick out behind her and kind of lay there. It doesn’t bother her at all and she was adopted recently from Saving Grace.”
[To be fair, C.O. Facebook commenter Bruno G. spotted this Rule. Bruno BTW, il y a une lacune dans les règles parce que je ne sais pas pourquoi. -Ed.]
Every puppeh name has SOME sort of history behind it. Take…Buksnort for example! Cuteporter Chelsea R. explains:
“He was named on a road trip when I was first told I could get a puppy and somewhere in Nebraska we passed a sign that said “Visit the Historical Pub Bucksnort.”
“His favorite activities include chewing on sticks, following other cute puppies on Instagram, chewing on boots and assisting his daddy in the photo studio.”
Photos by Mommy and Daddy!
“Buttercup is a baby goat, just a few days old. She lives at Soledad Goat Farm in Mojave, California —a rescue farm where all the animals get to live out their happy lives, and one of the very few goat farm dairies that does not take babies away from mom. Buttercup needed an extra helping hand from the humans today and decided that was a pretty good spot for a nap. Such a happy place!” -KB.
(P.S.- Please note new Rule Of Cuteness #50!)
Rule Of Cuteness #50: If your paws fold over one another, that’s cute.