Cute Animals and Facial Expressions
Cute Animals and Facial Expressions. A few expressive animal faces. Nothing makes you happy faster than the face of a cute animal or the antics they display. Watching fish for instance can lower your blood pressure. And who cannot feel happy watching kittens playing and chasing each other?
Animals are often the subject of greeting cards and sometimes thorugh the use of image-editing software, the humor is enhanced. Just don't say "Shop'ed! You can tell by the pixels and I've seen a lot of Photoshops."
What’s the Word I Want Here, PhotoShopped?
Those expressive eyes…dog must have eaten some marijuana kibbles & bits or something. Hey Snoopy, -go fetch! What do you think this dog’s name is? What would be a good name? I am thinking maybe “Popeye.” How about it?
I Hear that the 60s Hairstyles are Coming Back
No, -not really! -I’m still just too stunned over the previous image. This pet seriously needs a haircut I’m afraid. Watch out, -they spit!
I Always Wanted One of Those!
I have always wanted one of those ‘Felix the Cat’ wall-clocks that has the eyes that move from side-to-side and the tail swings to the seconds and… oh wait, this cat is real. Never mind! *smile*
A Job for the Wonder Pets
Curiosity got the cat I guess. I don’t think she stuck, but it looks funny anyway. Cats can make even the most mundane circumstance look dire. And this is possibly humorous because it is a cat.
I love the quote on this:
“The problem with cats is that they get the same exact look whether they see a moth or an ax-murderer” – Paula Poundstone
Now this is cute. A little frankfurter doggie, dressed as a hot dog. I have a friend in Montreal that used to do this with her dog, which was quite a bit larger. I met that dog once; the title ‘hot dog’ fit her well. Around Halloween time this dog was sometimes dressed as Godzilla with scales and horns and everything. I called her “Dogzilla” ever since.
Count Catula, from Catsylvania
I’m here to suck your blood and -oh wait! -Is that a cat toy I see?
This looks like the fish is holding its breath, like a deep sea diver. I hope it does not bump into a spiny sea urchin or sharp coral. That would hurt.
This dog sort of looks the same upside down as it does when right-side up.