So all you guys who read my blog, you have been warned. Leave now if you don't want to lose man points.
Ready? Here we go!
|From: Animal Planet|
Look at them!! They're so incredibly adorable! I think they're hilarious when they walk around with their wings thrown out behind them like they're pretending they have capes. It's great!
By the way, these are the Adelie penguins, one of the smaller breeds. They're my favorite breed.
|From: A Boston Girly at Heart|
Did you know penguins mate for life? Another reason to love them!
Disclaimer: Chinchillas require a lot of TLC, and can be difficult for some people to take care of. Please do your research and don't buy a chinchilla unless you think you can devote the time and care they need. Deal?
#3: Pygmy Rabbits
Ok, you might need to sit down for this one, because the cuteness might just knock you over. It's a bunny that can fit in the palm of your hand.
Awww!!! Look at those little ears!! And little paws!! And the whiskers!!!
Ah hem, excuse me, I forgot myself.
Anyways, I've loved rabbits ever since I was a little girl. I had this little stuffed rabbit that I named Henrietta when I was 5. Don't ask me where I got that name...I was a rather strange child.
FYI: Pygmy rabbits are an endangered species native to the Columbia Basin of the northwestern United States. With only 16 adults left in 2001, they were taken into captivity in an attempt to boost their numbers and have been reintroduced little by little. The people at Washington State University just about squealed for joy when they found several litters in the wild in 2007. These little guys are making a comeback!
Yeah, you knew it was coming. What list of cute animals would be complete without puppies? They're the epitome of fun, playful cuddlyness and no small child can resist their charm.
|From: Cute Puppies for Sale|
No post about puppies would be complete without a weenie dog! They have those cute little short legs that make them look like they're leaping as they run. Seriously, I empathize with those little guys. My legs are short, too.
|From: Beagle Dog Training Tips|
My first dog was a little beagle puppy. I was 5, and I named him Charlie after the main character in All Dogs Go to Heaven. I loved that movie when I was a little girl! Well, we had to give Charlie away when we moved because we didn't know whether the new yard would be big enough for him. I sometimes still miss the little guy. He was a good puppy.
Well, I think that's enough cuteness for one post. I'm going to go research chinchilla care...