Recent Posts by futurefluffy
These baby bears used this historic picture to argue they belonged in Little Animal Olympics because they are famous and the true originator of the whole concept of Little Animal Olympics. All the other Little Animal Olympics contestants objected as baby bears are much larger than little animals. Especially now, as these baby bears are quite grown up!
“Can I have a little more?” said the Hamster to the Human, “There’s a tortoise close behind me, and I said I’d get some for him!”
How cute is this panda climbing onto a branch! Don’t give up little guy, you are nearly there!!
When we woke up this morning our inbox was full with questions from this funny kitty wanting to know where his ears were. We explained they were on his head, just a little more flattish than some other kitties, but still fine ears. Oh. GrreaaaaT!
Mrs Tiggy-Winkle was also once a tiny hedgehog, maybe this is her?
Who doesn’t want all their presents delivered by this cute dog duo – or better still, this cute dog as a present!
I want to stay in your arms forever!
The funny little animal said: “Mini me. Meep meep meep minniti meep. Meep mini meep meep mini. Me. Happy for the towel. Thanks! Meep!!”
We said that I had the most stripes and the best tummy for rubbing and then you said you did and the only way to discover which was the cutest and which was spikiest is to hold a proper catty battle!
Oh cute kitten!! She is swinging about in her green lettuce bed of a coverlet all set to grab anything else for a salad with those little paws. Muffy!!
Love Dog says, “I’ll love you foreverrrrrrr!”
This cute beluga whale is blowing a bubble to entertain his visitors at the Shimane Aquarium in Japan where he lives with two other beluga whales. Beluga whales live in the Arctic and sub-Arctic waters along the coasts of Alaska, Canada, Greenland and Russia. The whales are known for their playfulness (they like blowing bubbles and spitting at each other), they can swim backwards (unlike other whales) and the high pitched twitter they make has given them the nickname, ‘sea canary’. These beautiful creatures are sadly also a threatened species. You can see more pictures of this guy and read a little about him here.