Cute and squee

#1

Because we really need a place to put stuff like this: 


http://www.boredpanda.com/zao-fox-village-japan/

Seriously. A village. Full of cute furry foxes! How more squee can you get?! 
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#2

So cute!!!

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#3

Very squee indeed! I like thebunny island and cat island in Japan! 

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#4
Charcoal And His Bucket

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aXfHYHPpAAc
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#5

If only I could find an equivalent for my cats. I bought them two Hexbug toys - a nano and a mouse - and the initial fascination appears to have worn off within 4 days. :confused: Gah. 

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#6

That is one happy dog! :smiley:

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#7

That was awesome! (Huxley enjoyed it too :wink: )

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#8

If you’ve never seen an armadillo acting cute, you need to watch this video right now. (Hat tip TP!)

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#10

As one litter of foster kittens departs, another arrives. I watched rescued mom Eve give birth last night. And yes, I did cry!

Five gorgeous healthy kittens were delivered by the time I went to bed. See them here: http://livestream.com/tinykittens/eve

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#11

Awwww! I love kittencams!! :smiley:

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#12

It took me too long to get around to logging into here (or rather resetting my password as I couldn’t remember the previous one!) on my new laptop! I am watching the palindrome kittens, too :slight_smile: such an amazing privilege to be able to see them be born.

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#13

It’s a beautiful litter. Mum seems confident. Dorothy always had a ‘spay me now, where did this lot come from?’ look!

Waiting to see who will arrive at FDJ’s doorstep next! I was so moved when I heard him say he was looking to provide a kind of ‘hospice’ care for aged cats once his children had left home. Wow, what a wonderful thing to do - to see kitties out of the world with kindness, as well as into it.

TP

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#14

He’s a lovely bloke. Towards kitties, at least!

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#15

Yay! Welcome back! :smiley:

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#16

Half a century after vanishing from mainland Australia, eastern quolls (Dasyurus viverrinus) are set to make a triumphant comeback.

Marking the first quoll release since their disappearance from mainland Australia in 1953, eastern quolls will call Booderee National Park in Jervis Bay, New South Wales, their new home.

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#17

Awww!! So cute!!

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#18

Awwwwwww!!! Long tailed weasels! (not ferrets)

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#19

Owlet and kitten!!

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#20

I am sorry, there’s only one response to that…

AWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!!! :smiley:

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