Anyone with info is asked to call the Humane Society at 1-888-6-HUMANE.
Yesterday we told you the plight of Nan The Chick who was intentionally struck by a pair of male skateboarders in New Orleans. Nan is on the mend at Kasia’s Ark Bird Rescue, who has set up a Facebook page.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Humane Society at 1-888-6-HUMANE.
Video and images from Nan’s FB.
…in the latest installment titled “Mirror Mirror.”
The entries are pouring een! Won’t you PLEASE give it UP for Dexter! “This is Dexter, our Chocolate Lab. He decided to fall asleep in his kennel, underneath the pad.” Submitted by Christine S., photo by Alex.
Kay T. of Bend, Oregon
Kim A. of Los Altos, California
Maddie thanks everyone that entered…
And everyone who came to her Booksmith appearance!
Photos of the San Francisco visit from Maddie On Tour.com.
Panda-monium (I know it’s a cliché, but it fits, yo) at the National Zoo this morning, folks. According to the Zoo’s FB page, “Genetics confirmed that our panda cub is a girl! Further, the paternity analysis shows that her father is Tian Tian.”
Another assist from Cuteporter Nicole, who is driving through Virginia while battling with Siri on her iPhone. (“Siri is not good with commands to attach videos.”) Washington Post photo sent in by Jennifer K.
PS- Check the Panda Cam here- but give it a minute, the whole world is watching.
FAVE FRAME: WHAT. IS. THAT?
(Thanks to Maniac Cuteporter Nicole K., who is apparently highly caffeinated and is gonna stay up all night for this.)
Takes awhile, though. Furbys are built to last. And at about 1:09, after Furby has left the building, notice how Maymo casually glances at the camera, then: thump..thump..thump.
Cold, Maymo. Stone Cold.
More Maymo Madness here.
Mugumogu finally cranked up the video cam, and here we go. FRESH off the YouTube Presses—like a MINUTE ago—-here it is!
Thanks to Cuteporter Julia G. for the tip. It seems two wayward kittehs now named Arthur & August were spotted Thursday on some subway tracks (the Fe-Line) in Brooklyn! No one knows how the little guys got there, but rescuers had to scramble to save their furry little necks! Over to you, Matt.
The service was shut down for about two hours; they were found near the B and Q stops located at Church Avenue in Brooklyn.
The kittehs were, predictably, hard to wrangle.
Rescuers named the pair, who were transported to the Brooklyn Animal Care Shelter, where they are safe.
Quoting the New York Daily News, rider Sandra P. said “The announcer said it had to stop to rescue some cats,” Polel said. “I didn’t mind. I wanted to get home, but I also wanted the kittens to be safe.”
All’s well that ends well. Finally!
Photos by Marc Hermann/MTA.