Posts Tagged ‘eating’
O, this is one lucky cat! I wish I had a whole stack of pancakes for myself like he does!
Everybody loves bananas! Nomnomnom..!
I probably wouldn’t even have to chew on a baby carrot like this one, in order to have it ending up in my tummy. (And I’m also quite sure nobody would go ”Awww!” at the sight of it)
But I must admit, this little cottontail bunny is doing a good job at getting its veggies to go down!
Nomnomnom nomnom- such a cute song and o my such a cute bunny we have here!
I feel an instant internet-hit coming on here. It’s just like nyan cat only way cuter, don’t you guys agree?
Well I agree with me. Now if you don’t mind, I’m going to watch this video of the nomnom bunny ten times in a row because that’s how cute I think it is.
How many times will you be watching this sweet video? (Showing it to your friends when you’re in the same room does count as watching it again. Let’s face it, you’ll just be using it as an excuse to watch it again.)
I already have my own vacuum cleaner, but if I hadn’t I’d definitely consider buying a hamster instead. Why?
Because they are the cutest vacuum cleaners in the world! And they are very effective, as you can see for yourself in the video below.
(I wonder how many bird seeds would fit into it’s tiny little mouth..)
Hoorah for extra cute hamsters! (extra hoorah for them cleaning the place!)
Omnomnomnom, and the dirt is gone!
Since October is coming up and Halloween is around the corner, there’s plenty of pumpkins around, getting ready for the party!
Not all of the guests will be able to attend this year, as besides of the usual threats (i.e. fanatic halloween-loving pumpkin-carvers & pumpkin-pie bakers) the people of Bronx Zoo have now come up with a tad more of a cute idea to destroy pumpkins.
Yes, it is true, pumpkins were harmed during the making of this lovely video, but sacrifices have to be made every now and then to capture cute things on camera.
The people of Central Park Zoo also gave a hand in making sure at least one cute kitty-faced pumpkin wouldn’t make it until the 30th of October, as they’ve called in the help of a Snow Leopard to do some carving this year.
Time for the pumpkin to become a protected fruit! Don’t you think?