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A tabby with top marks for spelling By Andy Dolan Updated: 08:33 GMT, 13 September 2010 All the clues are there: the whiskers, the purring, the miaowing and even the toy mouse under her front paws. But just in case you were in any doubt as to what sort of animal Polly is, the ten-week-old tabby is happy to help out, thanks to her unusual markings, which spell out the word ‘cat’ on her left flank. Garry Marsh and wife Joan, both 57, adopted Polly from a local cat rescue centre last weekend. Unusual: Polly, a ten-week-old tabby, has the word 'cat' spelt out on her left flank Playtime: Polly was rescued from a local cat rescue centre last weekend Fangs alot: Polly will be sharing her new home with a seven-year-old cat called Katina But it was only as they admired their new pet’s colouring three days later that they noticed the marks. Mr Marsh, a teacher, said: ‘We were commenting on how symmetrical her tabby patterns seemed when Joan suddenly noticed the letters.

Stefano Unterthiner Photography : Animals Face to Face Colt + Rane Stefano Unterthiner Photography : Animals Face to Face The Adaption to My Generation (a daily photo project) — JK Keller – c 7 11 23 A chronological sampling from the project Travel Rant: On the Importance of Gratitude I’m currently settled into the lovely city of Vientiane, Laos for the Christmas holidays. I love it here – everything from the colonial architecture, the garishly colored temples, the wonderful food and the lovely, friendly Laos people. It has been a bit of an adjustment coming from Japan where you rarely see a foreigner and people move very quickly to this place that is absolutely brimming with Western tourists and where everyone takes their time. Many of the tuk tuk drivers have hammocks installed in the back of their vehicles and in the hot afternoon sun, can be seen napping away the afternoon. After the 25th we’ll be heading out to more rural areas of the country, in an attempt to get away from the huge number of tourists. A few nights ago we were sitting outside at a beautiful beer and food garden enjoying some cold BeerLaos. Some people carry an energy with them that is immediately negative. “Is it going to be good? Eventually the poor waiter, scurried away (again – hurry up!

Gah! Noooooo! 17 Images You Won't Believe Aren't Photoshopped (Part 7) Salvador Dali's Melting Train Tracks These funhouse-mirror railroad tracks are a reminder that Mother Nature pretty much laughs at the things we build. What you're seeing is the aftermath of a recent earthquake in New Zealand. We feel sorry for those two guys in orange who apparently have been tasked with re-straightening the tracks with their bare hands. Hey, Pretty Impressive Mural! This would be an impressive feat even if this church was just a painting on the side of the cliff face. It's the Hermitage of St. So, yeah, good job to whoever hauled all those bricks up there. Spider Goat, Spider Goat ... While we're on the topic of amazing feats of Italians, we present the Alpine ibex, seen here casually scaling the Cingino Dam in Italy and openly defying all laws of physics. The only thing these goats give less of a shit about than gravity are the fences you build to try to keep them in. There's No Feeling Like Falling Into a Sinkhole The "Duplicate Region" Button is Stuck

Rainforest Wildlife Photography: A Tribute to Guido Sterkendries Guido Sterkendries is a daring wildlife photographer. He challenges gravity and does things that normal photographers lack the adrenalline for. Dangling from the highest trees in the rainforests of Panama and Brazil, the Belgian photographer seeks rare wonders of nature that haven’t been captured on camera before. He spends up to two weeks in a specially constructed canopy that allows him to get closer to his subjects. He is, for sure, one man who will have what stories to tell at retirement, as a real-life Tarzan of photography. Despite the risky climbings he does, he manages to stay motivated and be very active as an artist and ecologist. Golden Frogs In the amazing rainforests of Panama the daring photographer Guido Sterkendries found an almost extinct species: the golden frogs. Armored Grasshopper The trip to the exotic parts of the world wouldn’t be really worth it without capturing the wonders of nature. The Tree Frog’s Trill Unusual Caterpillar Red Eye Tree Frog Walking Mating

10 places that don’t exist (but should) - travel tips and articles - L... We've all read a book or watched a movie and wished the places it transported us to were real. Some of the most enduring destinations are fictional. Well, not completely. Some were inspired by real places that resonated with their authors. So, here are my top mythical locations. What have I missed? 10. The home of Winnie the Pooh, Christopher Robin, Piglet, Eeyore, Tigger and friends, the lush and charming Hundred Acre Wood is the literary soul mate of Ashdown Forest in Sussex. 9. 8. The mythical city of gold has come to represent things opulent or unattainable. 7. Rumour has it only children can visit Neverland, but if you think happy thoughts you might just find your way to the famous home of Peter Pan, Captain Hook and the Lost Boys. 6. Who wouldn’t like to travel via rabbit hole? 5. Arthurian scholar Norris J. 4. 3. There one minute, gone the next, illusive, mist-shrouded Brigadoon is how many travellers like to imagine Scotland. 2. Surrounded by desert on all sides, Frank L. 1.

friday afternoon « Funny Emails Friday afternoon fun… Part 4 Posted by Jon in Images on September 18, 2009 This cat is going to fuck somebody up! Has anyone seen this cat? Fuck you – I’m an anteater! Bottled water – now available in a can! afternoon fun, anteater, bottled water, cat, friday afternoon 2 Comments Friday afternoon fun… Part 3 Touching wires causes INSTANT DEATH – $200 fine. HALT – Hammerzeit! Drugs – doing nothing has never been so amazing! This dog is like The Fonz. Congratulations – you just beat two trees! afternoon fun, dog, drugs, fonz, friday afternoon, halt hammerzeit, instant death No Comments Friday afternoon fun… Part 2 Nomatter what, you will never party this hard! Parenting – who says it has to be difficult?! Question: What do you like most in a woman? Answer: My dick! Why am I in the water? Wharrgarbl! afternoon fun, dick, friday afternoon, parenting, water, Wharrgarbl, wtf No Comments Friday afternoon fun… Part 1 I may have Alzheimers, but at least I don’t have Alzheimers! Raff out Roud! Procrastination… Pie chart!

honeybee137LK The Benefits of a Change in Routine | Han of Harmony I love routines because they are convenient. They help me to get something done without much thought or effort on my part. This means that I can conserve my energy for more important matters. But routines are a double-edged sword. While they have their uses, an overreliance on them will cause us to be stuck in a rut. To avoid this situation, it is beneficial to changes our routines from time to time. Increased Creativity A routine is a tried and true method of getting a task done. You do not need to strain yourself to be creative. Inspired Living Routines keep me within my comfort zone where it is safe and familiar. Thankfully, the world is much larger than our comfort zones. Mastery of Changes As I mentioned earlier, routines make tend to make me sluggish. Changes are the only constant in life. 5 Simple Changes in Routine Having said all that, changing your routine does not entail huge upheavals that will upset your life. Personally, I prefer simple changes to my routine. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Deadly Leopard Seal Tries to Feed Live Penguins to Photographer (Video) :... "Bloody Hell! That's the biggest leopard seal I've ever seen!" Leopard seals are pretty scary predators, especially if you're a penguin. The Seal Saw Him as a Useless Predator Here's is a video of Nicklen explaining what happened, with many incredible photos. For more photos by Paul Nicklen, check out his website. See also: Beijing Zoo Puts their Animals on the Menu The Daily Kitten - Clovis - September 07, 2010 September 7, 2010 Ghostwriter D. says: I first saw Clovis, when he was about seven days old, when I visited a friend's house. The cat of the family had four kittens, two girls and two boys, which where born in the bed of my friend and grew up with three kids around. But they did not want to keep them all.

yeah, i stumbled upon it a couple of days ago, and haven't gotten the time to fix it, thank you :) by mrperrific Feb 16

This is actually not a fox! It is a Red Panda, a close cousin of the raccoon! by roxyriley Feb 16