Hey wanna see some cute animals?

Who could say no to cute animals? (Did you say no to cute animals? You are the worst. Click the link anyway, you won’t be sorry. Seriously just look at them, or just scroll to #1 and DIE because OH MY GOD THOSE EARS). (SeriousFeminism to resume shortly).

About Jill

Jill began blogging for Feministe in 2005. She has since written as a weekly columnist for the Guardian newspaper and in April 2014 she was appointed as senior political writer for Cosmopolitan magazine.
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35 Responses to Hey wanna see some cute animals?

  1. Kristen J. says:

    Too…much…cute. XP

  2. pheenobarbidoll says:

    It snowed for all of 10 minutes here a few days ago. I took video of my dogs.

    Please ignore the trash in the backyard. Wind blew over the trash can and the dogs got into it. Also- ignore the ridiculous voice I use with my dogs.

    • KAJ says:

      Oh my goodness there’s a corgi…they’re so awkwardly proportioned and wriggly and I love them!

      • pheenobarbidoll says:

        Yes, that’s Finnigan. He’s my little butthead corgi lol

        Mouse (the big one trying eat snowflakes) is a mastiff bloodhound mix

        and the barky loud one is Dixie, the catahoula

      • Milquetoast says:

        Ah yes, the butthead corgi. I have one as well, she’s equal parts lovable and stubborn!

      • konkonsn says:

        Haha, what’s with corgi’s and butts? My friend has one and calls him a butt all the time, too.

        I love Mouse’s name as I’m a big fan of naming animals after other animals. My first pet was a hamster caleld Sparrow (which I then named Captain Jack Sparrow because both my friend and mom were like, “Um, really?” And then everyone called him Jack and that’s what stuck).

      • pheenobarbidoll says:

        Corgis can be pushy and they have fuzzy butts.

        Mouse is named after Mouse the Tibetan Mastiff in the Dresden novels. She also believes she’s much smaller and tries to be a lap dog, but at 87 lbs that’s not as workable as she wishes. When she was an itty bitty thing she reacted badly to her shots, and was feverish so she slept with me and wouldn’t go to sleep until I brought an ice pack into bed. Getting her off the bed is now a nightly thing.

    • Alexandra says:

      Ah, but do your dogs climb trees?

      ‘Cuz my dog climbs trees.

      • pheenobarbidoll says:

        My catahoula can climb trees. Fortunately for the neighborhood squirrels, the pecan trees are in my neighbors yard lol

    • Hrovitnir says:

      Your dogs are awesome. That is all. ^_^

  3. Donna L says:

    Wonderful. There’s nothing better on the Internet than baby animals!

  4. Radiant Sophia says:

    The sand kitten is possibly the cutest thing I have ever seen. And the snow leopard kitten. And the Arctic Fox pup.

    • BBBShrewHarpy says:

      Click the link under the Sand Cat for more more more

      • Radiant Sophia says:

        So cute. Want kitteh. I don’t think they’d adapt that well to Iowa however.

      • BBBShrewHarpy says:

        I love the description of their adaptive features: the huge clunky toe pads to hop along the hot sand and the enormous batwing ears to radiate heat. They are just adorable and will keep my dreams sweet tonight.

    • speedbudget says:

      Don’t forget the mini bunny!

  5. wanttobeanon says:


  6. onetinythought says:

    I vote for the tiny bunny. And the sand kitten.

  7. BabyRaptor says:

    I recommend http://attackofthecute.com/ for your daily dose of cute. The pictures on that site easily approach heart attack level cute.

  8. PeggyLuWho says:

    Oh my goodness, the arctic fox pup with the two different colored eyes….I’m in love.

  9. Tom Foolery says:

    The baby hippo was robbed of the top spot on this list, and you would all realize that if you weren’t completely drowning in your hippophobia.

  10. Alexandra says:

    I’m just going to leave this here. Laughing quadruplets, anybody?

  11. A4 says:

    Why is this even being posted? I can’t wear any of these on my head.

  12. M. Fenn says:

    How could anyone not click?! So cute. But why is the little bunny’s one ear-fur green?

  13. konkonsn says:

    That bat-eared fox is ready to lay down some harsh criticism.

    I’m also in love with frogmouth owls. Even the adults are adorable (and yes, that includes when they’re doing their silly hiding techniques).

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