Yummy yummy, here’s another Popin’ Cooking recipe for you guys!
What’s for supper? Well.. not so much, apparently.
This one is anyone who couldn’t convince their parent’s to get a ferret yesterday. Time for a retry I’d say!
These little cuties may not be quite as cute once they’re all grown up… but for now, the only word that can be used to describe them is undoubtedly ”awwww”.
Dogs love to learn, that’s why it’s so easy to teach them tricks like how to sit, how to roll over and how to fetch things. And just as with humans, there’s always the top of the class that can learn, well.. pretty much anything!
Pigs are cute. I heart pigs. Pigs with hearts on their back, even cuter! I double heart this pig! <33
Another week, another cutie pie to be featured on as our cute animal of the week!
This week we’ve found the most super-duper-duper cutest Fennec Fox in the world. This picture is screaming ”cuddle me!!”, that’s how cute it is!
Do you own an adorably cute pet, or do you know someone who does?
Or do you just happen to have a lovely picture of one?
Don’t hesitate to let us know by sending the picture and your name to email@example.com !
We will notify you per email if you’re picture turns out to have the cutest animal of the week on it! (meaning we will feature it here ofcourse!!)
..What are you still waiting for?
Since it’s almost Halloween, it’s the perfect time to make Halloween treats.
I’ve been able to find the following mouthwatering Halloween treats, don’t they look deliciously cute (and a bit scary!)?
Are you intending to have a Halloween party? If so I hope the above will help to inspire you to make some yummy things for the occasion! If you’re not having a party you could always just make them for yourself. (Or for the trick & treater’s, don’t forget about them!)
Wishing you all an awfully scary Halloween this year!!
Jack is a sheep who was rescued as a lamb and afterwards brought up together with a springer spaniel. Cute little Jack here now seems to think he is a sheep dog!
Jack is so sure he is a canine that he actually fetches sticks, wears a collar and a lead, jumps up on his hind legs and he even tries to bark!
Surprisingly enough, Jack doesn’t recognise his own kind and tries to herd sheep when he is put in the field together with the rest of his flock.
How adorable is that? A sheep that herds sheep!
Owners Alison Sinstadt, 48, and her partner Simon Sherwin, 50, were stunned when the Lleyn sheep was befriended by their nine-year-old springer spaniel Jessie.