…you ask him if he’d like some vanilla ice cream. “Good Morning from Birmingham, England !! This is Hamish and Marley, Hamish is the bearded collie ! love your wonderful website, You guys are the best xxxx.” -Johnny E.
You know the slogan- go BIG or go HOME. And so it is with UK-based Hattie The Westie. Check it out, her first EVER day out of the house, and it’s a trip to the beach to boot.
[Parallel parking was the worst! You had to back in just so, then pull forward and even it out. And the Drivers Ed instructor- who was named Ed- imagine that- he had REALLY stinky breath. But I saw him leave after we finished- he had a beater Honda and I got this schweeeeet Rolls, so bottom line…I win.
[*Note: Barry is a British puppeh, so…British spelling, yo. He also loves his bike. )
Flashback to May of 2013- Charlie B. sent us a video of Nuts The Sqwerl, from his college campus in the UK. But wait, as they say on TV- there’s more!
“You may remember my old baby squirrel shoulder video which you used a while back – well I had a good long hunt for the original SD card used and finally it showed up – I was able to find the other clips of the baby critter and put them up in a new vid! It’s my friend Jimmy (who filmed me last time) with Nuts at the start, and other people round campus holding him after. I thought I’d come to you with the video link as everyone on your blog seemed to love the original clip!”
This little fellow is named Benjamin. He is a rather happy-go-lucky sort, wouldn’t you agree? (Oh and BTW: any animal with the word “pygmy” in it is cute.)
Thanks to Kristin.
What does Simon’s Cat want MOST from Father Christmas (the UK version of Santa, yo) this year?
One guess. (Oh, and a bag of Doritos, too.)
….wanna go for The Walkies?
We’ll take this as a “yes.”
Check out this video: seems this little guy has just decided to hang out in the kitchen with this nice hoomin lady. We get a great British accent, too.
The Mail Online story says Bob stops by up to 15 times a day to meet Pat Lowe, fixes Bob his favorite: cooked porridge.
Thanks to Claire H. Photo by David Hedges.
So of course he has to be British, correct? Veddy good, sah. “This is my mini dachshund Bentley, took this picture in his winter hoodie before we took him out for a walk. Keeps his little chest dry, being a low rider and all.” -Hannah M., Swindon, UK.
Personally, I’d settle for a tall glass of cold lemonade- but this Prosh Lil’ Porkster has something else on his mind: