The submissions from this week’s Cute or Not really knew how to keep things happy. Don’t forget to submit your own pet and vote!
The submissions from this week’s Cute or Not were super cute and they had some extremely important Halloween advice. Don’t forget to submit your own pet and vote!
Nothing in the world is more important than puppies.
If you’re having a rough day, these guys are here to put a smile on your face. If you’re already having a good day, then it’s about to get a whole lot better.
It’s impossible to look at them without SQUEEING.
Time for your daily dose of cute.
Well I was going to sit here, little cat, but FINE.
Let’s have ALL THE FUNS together.
Animals have been much-maligned in the press for insisting on walking around naked, constant licking of things, and an outright refusal to learn the language. But here are 25 promising signs that they are at least trying to make things right.
Oh the world outside is frightful, but these cuties are so delightful.
Don’t let the summer pass you by!
Digby and Aloysius Van Winkle are two griffins from Wellington, NZ, who know a thing or two about lookin’ good.
I know what you’re thinking: you’ve exhausted all the cute things in your life. WELL YOU ARE WRONG.
Wish he’d give me some tips.
Ever see something so cute it HURTS? Congrats, you’ve just diagnosed yourself with “cute aggression.” The only cure: MORE CUTE.
Let’s figure this out, once and for all.
Ain’t no party like a no pants party ‘cause a no pants party involves no pants. A doy.
Are you human, or are you robot? Take this simple test to find out for sure.
No better way than relaxin’ in the great outdoors.
Also known as the scientifically accurate “cute test.”
And if you DID know, congrats, you’re ahead of the curve. Now excuse me while I gush over these.
Pro tip: be fuzzy friends first.
Sometimes it’s hard to know!
Is it puppies or kittens? Either way, we’re all going to die.
Awwww. Can they get any cuter?
When it gets too much, you know what to do.
Because we all need a little break from complaining about the face-shattering cold.