Let's play a morning drinking game: grab your coffee (or tea or whatever you like), and go look at these photos of cats sitting in tiny, cat-sized furniture. Simply take a sip of your wake-up juice every time you see a cat in one of the photos. By the end, you'll be a) more alert, b) in a slightly better mood, c) on your way to buy some tiny furniture and possibly a kitten, or d) all of the above. You can't lose!
This website is mostly false advertising so far, since I'm only seeing dogs.
"Hi-eey!" "Hi hi hi hi!" "Oh hai-ii, hey, hi-hi," "Hiya!" "Hi-yai-yai!" "Hi-yai-yai-yip-yip-yip-yip!" "Yip yip yip yip yip!" "Eeeee!" "Eeeeeee!!" "I love you!" "I love you so much!" "Aaah!" "Ahhh I'm so happy!!!"
Commenter Hot Mayonnaise has a puppy and a child. Both are below, but only one has a name. Can you help him with the one on the left? It's a nine-week-old female miniature schnauzer, and I believe whoever comes up with the winning name gets to keep them both, Rumplestiltskin-style.
Update: "The dog has been named Abby, which I don’t believe was in the comment thread. The second-place name was Olive. So, whichever commenter suggested Olive gets to put my daughter through college. Give them my congrats!" Congrats, sorry your heinous!
I didn't see cute coming. If you're old enough to vaguely remember the world pre-internet, would you have predicted how much of it would be used to trigger, awww?
In 2003, This American Life aired a story about one man's dream: to start a 24-hour cable channel devoted to puppy videos. How eccentric! Maybe, just maybe he might have something there. Within a few years, half of the greatest communication tool in human history had pretty much become The Puppy Channel.
Cute is like umami. A delicious, underlying force that compels our choices. We ate for years and years without giving much thought to what it was exactly [...]
Normally, the phrase "Judy's shaggy friend of ten years came out of nowhere" would be terrifying, but in this instance it heralds an adorable reunion between said shaggy friend (a cat named Cadie) and Judy, a woman whose house was ripped apart by a tornado. (If Judy's reaction causes you to have a little moistness in the eye area, just remind yourself that the reporter did not close the kitchen cabinet after he put the glass back in, and you'll be back to your old angry self in no time!)
Quick question for my Magic 8-Ball: Is the Slow Loris the cutest creature ever created?