If harp playing kitties await us in heaven; then I no longer fear death.
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Revolutionary pony, Trotsky, stands in a field, envisioning the rise of the foaletariat.
We recently realized we really don’t have all that many pictures of horses or ponies in our Cute Archives, so we were quite happy when we got this submission of a Shetland pony from Lucy L.
Excuse us ma’am, but it seems we finally found the source of your water leak. Just give us a couple of hours and we’ll have it fixed right up for you. *slurp, slurp*
Thanks to Luciana L. for these pictures of her two babies, Babykatz (Bengal cat) and Mr. Kitty (Cow cat).
I like how his thought process went something like this: “Well, I’m stuck in a hamster ball… better eat my own tail.” That’s just how he rolls!
Simba: Mom! Mom, you‘re messing up my mane!
The two ducklings below are named Biggie and ‘Pac and they regard Yogi the Corgi as their mother. How can this be you ask? Well let us put on our smart glasses and tell you how. It’s due to the biological process of imprinting: First suggested by 19th century amateur biologist Douglas Spalding, imprinting was made famous by zoologist Konrad Lorenz through his studies with geese. This type of imprinting, where an animal establishes a parental relationship is called filial imprinting. Lorenz’s experiments showed that geese hatched in an incubator would imprint on the first “suitable” thing they saw, during a time he called the critical period (between 13-16 hours after hatching).
According to Discovery News:
Sara Hallager, a bird biologist at the National Zoo; “All baby birds, when they’re born, the first thing they see, which is usually the same species, is what they imprint on.”
So how did this duckling duo end up thinking a dog was their parent? It turns out it wasn’t part of the original plan when Frances Marsh, 25, and her family bought two two-day-old ducklings at a local garden center near their home in Atlantic Beach, N.C.
Yogi, the family’s 5-year-old corgi, was in the car that day and was instantly fascinated by the family’s purchase.
“They were in a little box. He just leaned his head over and licked them,” Marsh said.
Ever since, the ducklings, Biggie and ‘Pac, have chosen to follow Yogi, as if he were their mother.
Basically, Yogi found out that the rule for ducklings is the same as the rule for a box of chocolates: You lick it, it’s yours.
We wonder if the corgi will teach his ducklings to ‘corgi flop‘…
Well, they’re no Cheese Nips, but he’ll take it.
Waiter, there is an adorable kitty in my bowl of mashed potatoes. Thank you.
Hi there, so my friend left a bowl of mashed potatoes on his kitchen table, and came back to find this. His kitten deciding the warm bowl of taters was the perfect place to take a nap.