Tag: sheep

  • Jumping For Joy

    All of us have experienced those moments in life where we are so happy we cannot contain ourselves and are bursting with energy…the resulting release is sometimes that where we “jump for joy”!  Is it the high that makes us do such things, or is it because jumping releases natural endorphins?  These animals are certainly […]

  • Super-cute Sheep

    So a friend of mine thinks sheep are the best thing in the world…and who could disagree with him when you look at these total cuties?  Despite popular misconceptions, sheep are highly intelligent with very good memories, and Egyptians even believed they were sacred.  With there being more than 1 billion sheep in the world, […]

  • Who Let You Near the Scissors?!

    We’ve all experienced that dreadful moment when we get home from the hairdresser’s, look in the mirror, and can’t believe the hairstyle we’ve walked out with!  What sorcery it is that makes us look fantastic in their mirrors but not our own?!  Regardless, these poor critters are sure to visit a different salon in the […]

  • Santa? Is That You?

    We might be almost halfway through the year, but that doesn’t mean that these cute animals in their Santa hats can’t be enjoyed!  It would certainly appear that no matter where you are from, or even if you’re human, everyone can enjoy a little Christmas cheer!

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    Bottoms Up!

    Not everyone is comfortable with their backside, and we certainly aren’t all as proud of ours as certain celebrities!  Ranging from soft and fluffy to rough and tough, these animals show us just how cute a backside can be!

  • Animals with Better Hair Than You!

    There’s a multitude of hairstyles out there to choose from, and these animals show us that they can partake too.  From afros to spikes, bobs to mullets, and comb overs to dreadlocks, a hairstyle is not always about how you look, but the way you wear it!

  • You’ve Got a Friend in Me

    Confirming the fact that friendships come in all shapes and sizes, and proving that our differences should be something to be valued and cherished, these animals know they’ve always got a friend they can turn to.  Perhaps we could all learn a lesson or two from them…?