Tag: piglet

  • It’s A Wrap!

    Wrapping oneself up in a nice, cosy blanket when it’s cold outside, or when we’re just feeling like a snuggle, well, there’s few things better. We also all know how good things like burritos taste, and I’m sure if these cuties were edible they’d be just as tasty!

  • Flopsy, Mopsy…and a Cottontail or two

    Let’s be honest, animals with floppy ears are darn cute! Have you ever noticed though that no wild animals have floppy ears? This is due to a fascinating phenomenon called “domestication syndrome”. Essentially it’s a deformity which has occurred over time; regardless, I wouldn’t take them any other way!

  • Wee Wild Wonders pt 2

    Nothing is cuter than a baby animal, and these are some prime examples. There are some incredible specimens in the animal kingdom, and given the variety we are blessed with, I am sure you’ll find at least one that brings a smile to your face.

  • Wee Wild Wonders pt 1

    Nothing is cuter than a baby animal, and these are some prime examples. There are some incredible specimens in the animal kingdom, and given the variety we are blessed with, I am sure you’ll find at least one that brings a smile to your face.

  • Merry Christmas!

    To all those celebrating I wish you a very Merry Christmas to you, your pets, family, and friends! Stay safe and enjoy this special time together.

  • Bathtime!

    Hands up who enjoys a good long soak in the tub? The bubbles, the warm water, perhaps some candles and aromatherapy oils? Sounds like a fabulous evening to me! These gorgeous animals all seem to really enjoy a bath too and are relishing every moment.

  • Thbbbttttttt! pt 2

    Poking your tongue out at someone might not be the politest gesture in the world, but more often than not it is done in complete jest. In Tibet it is actually used as a sign of greeting and respect, and in New Zealand it is used in war dances to intimidate the enemy!

  • Thbbbttttttt! pt 1

    Poking your tongue out at someone might not be the politest gesture in the world, but more often than not it is done in complete jest. In Tibet it is actually used as a sign of greeting and respect, and in New Zealand it is used in war dances to intimidate the enemy!

  • It’s Party Time!

    Who doesn’t love a good party?! Birthdays, Anniversaries, Weddings, etc., they’re all great excuses to let your hair (or fur!) down and really have some fun! And the presents that might come along too, well that’s just a bonus! These cuties certainly seem to be enjoying their special occasion, so take a moment to celebrate […]

  • Fuzzy Felt Friends

    Crafting is a great way to pass the time, and what better thing to make for yourself then a menagerie of super-cute animals? These gorgeous critters are all made from felt and could fit in the palm of your hand…now excuse me while I go get arty!