Tiny Hamster’s Tiny Tiki Party

It’s got tiny Hamsters. And tiny Hedgies. And…tiny Pupu Platters! And…tiny Smoothies in tiny coconuts! WHAT IS GOING ON HERE?

Do The Didgeridoo (Concert In The Park)

Wikipedia: “The Didgeridoo (/ˌdɪdʒəriːˈduː/) (also known as a didjeridu) is a wind instrument developed by Indigenous Australians of northern Australia potentially within the last 1,500 years and still in widespread use today both in Australia and around the world. It is sometimes described as a natural wooden trumpet or “drone pipe.” Musicologists classify it as a brass aerophone.”

See what you learn on this site? (Reminds you of this clip.) Now that we’re clear on that- watch this guy- er, Do The Didgeridoo. The cows approve.


From Andrew Y.

Yer Messin’ With My Head Again

[OK, guys- take the OMG Ponies!!1!!11! heads off. It’s late, and you’re gonna give me nightmares. NightMARES. Geddit? Never mind. Off with your heads.]

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(DP&F.)

Hey, Ya Little Squirt!

If you visit C.O. long enough, you’re likely to see just about every Cute thing there is to see, animuhl-wise. Oh, we might even throw in a car or two, just to keep you guessing.

So
what
are
these?

Why, Sea Squirts, of course. (*Update: Added “Under The Sea” at Faye’s suggestion. But first, ladies & gentlemen..please welcome: Mr. Bobby. Darin.




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(RN 24.)

WHAT. IS. THIS.

vrFxjBRThe Mashable story says that a couple forgot to tell their kitteh that they just had a bebeh hoomin. #Whoops

SHOCKED KITTEH-HANCE!
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“Are U Getting In, Or Not?

[The water’s fine! OK, maybe a little chilly. But you’d rather have this than the weather they’ve had in Boston and New York!]

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(Imgur.)

Blasting In From The Big J: Dancing Origami

That is one sentence I never thought I’d type.


As seen on The Daily Mirror.

Yes, This Is Just What It Looks Like

A Cute Little Yorkie is detailing a Bun’s VW Beetle convertible. What- you’ve never seen this before?


(T.O.)

“It’s Coming To Get Us!!!”

Someone (or something) has to give here. A robot spider with a camera and disc shooter…vs. a bunch of kittehs and their Mom. From Japan.

But you knew that.

(Boing Boing.)

No Hair? No Problem!

Professional photographer Sophie Gamand likes to take photos of hairless dogs! These photos were shown on My Modern Met. Quoting MMM: she “focused on two major hairless breeds, the Chinese Crested and the Xoloitzcuintli (or Mexican Hairless Dog), as well as mixed hairless dogs.” (Names of puppehs are in the hovers.)

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DARLA

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HOLLY

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