Snorting, watery props to Wayne H. ;)
<Glurp!> UCLA tastes sooooo good goin’ down!
Neal of Everett, WA, SWEET shot!
Camilla: It’s a good thing these pens have grips to hang on.
Steve: Yeah? my perch is way scarier—check it—no grips! And our two-pronged hands aren’t helpin’! At least I can show the camera my sweeeeet hiney!
Look a—Whoa! We’re leaning! we’re leaning here!
Camilla: (glances back at Steve) Oh, brother.
Thank you, Chrissy;)
OK OK OKAY ALREADY!
I submit to you, thanks to a million billion Cute O readers, the True Story of a Remarkable Friendship. The story of Owen and Mzee, a baby hippo and turtle who befriended each other in Kenya. It’s an uplifting story [music starting] of a tsunami that hit back in 2004, [wildlife sounds] where these two homeless ani-pals were moved to Hallard Park, an animal sanctuary in Kenya. [Macaws cawwing]
"Owen", aka "The Baby Hipster" was one of the animals who moved in. It was here he met "Mzee", a 130 year-old tortoise. [Three’s Company Music] The two have been inseparable ever since! The hijiinx!
Thanks, Melanie T. and the bajillions of others who sent the story in.
Slurp, slurp. slurp suh-lurp.
I lick your tiny legs and
then I let you go.
Lickable Frogulence brot to you by Cuteologist Carolyn from New Jersey.
We all know that cheek puff is anerable. Duh!
But we have yet to document ear size. Obvy, the following otter is modeling ideal cute ear size, which is pretty much equivalent to a non-existant ear. So basically, less ear is better. I’m just sayin’.
CHEEK PUFF ALERT!
What’s an otter doing in a bed of straw, Amy L.? (I mean besides making evil plans)