It has been almost 10 years since Harry mistakenly put his finger too close to his brother’s mouth, not once but twice. A lesson he learned the hard way not to do again, as he declared, “Charlie bit me.”
You would think that because the video has almost 850 million views that people would learn not to put their digits too close to the mouth of babies?
Well, I guess, CTV Atlantic’s Ryan MacDonald didn’t see the video because he put his thumb too close to a bear cub and got lovingly bit. Thankfully he still has all 10 fingers and Little Bear got some much needed press. You see, the orphaned cub desperately needs a new cage; so if you want to give him one, then donate to Two Rivers Wildlife Park. Hopefully, for Little Bear, it will be reporter proof.
We all need a smile today, desperately. What better way to do it than to watch a dog play with a Whoopie Cushion for the first time. I love when he hears the farting noise for the first time. It is like he stood behind too many of his friend’s behinds when they went off like that. At least this one doesn’t smell as bad.
We all need a pick me up today and these birds Rockin’ out is just what the doctor ordered. I am not a bird person, but I want one after this. And my cat told me, she always wanted one. She gets all she wants, so maybe I will play that Duran Duran song for them as they get to know each other. Or maybe the theme from Benny Hill will be a better choice.
Anyways sit back and enjoy this compilation that The Pet Collective put together of birds getting their groove on.
While most squirrels love nuts, there are some squirrels who are really nuts for candy bars. So much so, that several of them have started stealing chocolate bars from Luke’s Grocery in Toronto.
Paul Kim told Toronto Star, “They come in and take Crunchies, Crispy Crunch, Wonderbar,” and some try to “try to take Mr. Big.” It has gotten so bad for him that they have taken close to 50 candy bars this fall.
The owner thinks it is cute, but it is also becoming a major Pay Day for him.
If anyone has any suggestions how to get them to stop stealing his 100 Grands, then let him know. He wants to do it humanely. You know besides the obvious and move them away from the reach of the squirells.
A very pregnant Morgain Cole Abbott, 27, went to the Colchester Zoo in Essex, England, last month and decided to check out the orangutan Rajang. What happens next surprised her and will bring the hugest smile to your face. At first the primate pointed to her bump that was pressed against the window and then out of no where he kissed the pregnant belly. Proving that new life transcends species.
No word if Morgain will name her baby after Rajang, but I think she should. It would be kissmet!