"The human servants use it, so why the hell can't I?"
Find yourself a friend who will groom you like Katrin the cat grooms Otis the groundhog.
Behind every treat is a painful glass door that may or may not be there.
In her defense, "If You're Happy and You Know It" involves a lot of moving (body) parts.
This baby was laughing so hysterically they had to take a break.
Rabbits: They like to hop, but they also like to run. In the middle of the night. Across your head.
Okay, so none of these kids are Audre Lorde scholars, but their notions of what feminism is *do* work really well as drawings.
We don't know how this man came to be the father to a bunch of goldfinches, but he's doing a bang-up job of it.
Two Brits were walking down the road when they noticed a shaggy, un-moving pigeon. They decided to help the poor fellow out.
We miss the days when routine objects brought us immense joy and no one judged us for laughing our butts off at them.
It stares up at you with empty eyes. Its vicious claws reach out of the abyss, ever searching.
If you've ever ended up with a misshapen lump of wet dirt after a pottery lesson, don't get jealous.
We're not sure we'll ever recover from how cute this is.
And these good boys are so very excited to 'splore.
"Don't you ever do this to me again. I love you so much my heart simply can't handle it."
We suppose the drawing she finally decides on kinda, sorta looks like a pair of hearts?
"You see garden hose, and I see salvation."
This is extremely cute but we also deeply worried that these wild animals will turn on the guy and, ya know, act like wild animals.
"I am a smart, independent cat, and I don't need no humans to rescue my brethren."
Give a sea lion a fish and he'll stick with you for 30 seconds.
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