Aug 302012
 

Penguin here.

I have discovered another dog breed I would love to have (adding to the already long list of breeds such as dachshunds, basset hounds, golden retrievers, labradors, and many more). Aren’t these doggies really goofy? They have svelte bodies, floppy ears and adorable snouts. I would just love to take care of one.

Italian Greyhound Puppies

Italian Greyhound Puppies

Italian Greyhounds

Italian Greyhounds

Both images found here: Pet Collection World

Aug 282012
 

Penguin here.

Blue Bear and I love sparrows. We love watching them hop around especially. Although we have seen them behaving in such adorable ways, we never managed to catch them feeding their young. What a beautiful sight! (Extra points for the fact it took place at the very top of a pine tree).

Sparrow Feeding Young Chicks

Sparrow Feeding Young Chicks

Amazing photo taken by CT and found here Talk | Photography

Aug 262012
 

Penguin here.

Blue Bear took this picture of Skunk with Tex (Blue Bear’s uncle’s doggy). This is the second time the two dogs have met and they got along very well.

Skunk is a really friendly and affectionate dog (as long as she feels like socializing). She is also very well-behaved and goofy. Tex, meanwhile, is 5 years younger than Skunk. He is also really friendly and quite energetic. Both dogs are great buddies.

Skunk and Tex: Dog Buddies

Skunk (upper doggy) with Tex (lower doggy)

Aug 232012
 

Penguin here.

Just look at this cutie! Isn’t he positively adorable? As you can read in Australian Geographic’s article, the golden brushtail possum’s hair isn’t ideal for camouflage so predators could spot them easily. For this reason, they are mostly found in a few areas in Tasmania where they have less predators.

Adorable Golden Brushtail Possum

I can climb trees!

Found here: Australian Geographic

Aug 202012
 

Hey everyone. How’s it going? So, the other day, Penguin and I were playing Trivial Pursuit and Penguin answered “Gnu” to one of the questions. The answer on the back of the card was “Wildebeest”, and Penguin was quite sure that a Wildebeest and a Gnu were the same thing. I wasn’t sure, so we looked it up. Turns out they are the same thing! Pretty cool, huh?

Anyway, that was the inspiration for this post of an adorable wildebeest (or gnu) catching its photographer taking a picture of its butt!

Hey, that's my butt you're taking a picture of!

Hey, that's my butt you're taking a picture of!

Found Here: Heia Safari Ranch

Aug 192012
 

Penguin here.

What do you guys think of this find? I love pictures that combine nature’s beauty with nature’s adorable side. This little flying squirrel has a goofy nose, ears, eyes, and very long whiskers. According to Wikipedia’s Flying Squirrel article, there are 15 genera of flying squirrels. Flying squirrels are omnivorous and most of them are nocturnal. You should check out the article to learn more about these interesting and goofy creatures.

Flying Squirrel in Foliage

Flying Squirrel in Foliage

Found here: DUMBS.info ONLINE PICTURES

Aug 172012
 

Penguin here.

That’s right, this fur seal cub is on a couch! According to MSNBC Today show’s Animal tracks from December 15, 2011, a woman from New Zealand walked into her home when she stumbled upon this precious little guy sitting on her couch. How awesome is that? Wouldn’t you just love to walk into your house one day to find a seal curled up on your couch?

Adorable Seal Cub Curling Up On a Couch

An unexpected seal-prise!

Found here: Animal Tracks on Today MSNBC

Aug 152012
 

Penguin here.

Sorry that I’m making two posts of dogs in a row. Then again, is that really something to be sorry about? Just look at these guys! Have you ever seen so much fuzz? These guys make me think of pillows more than dogs! Don’t you just want to cuddle with them? Oh yes, please note that they are both making puppy faces too.

Fuzz Galore!  Fuzzy, Fluffy Puppies.

Fuzz Galore! Fuzzy, Fluffy Puppies.

Found here: fanpop!