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SORRY- my scheduling went wonky and FFF was delayed. PLEASE FORGIVE ME!

WE MADE IT, FRIENDS! It’s Friday, which means it’s time for the best part of my day- FUR! FACE! FRIDAY! Really, I’m not picking winners, just highlighting some of the many fabulous furred and feathered friends we all love. That’s what I have to tell myself to get through this. THEY ALL DESERVE IT!


In case you’re new (in which case, welcome!): Favorites are chosen by one of the Snout Selectors (KrabbyPaddy, facw, Chuckles, k2b, Hannibal, Iroqdemic, Vivlock, and Leahaven), entirely on our own whimsy. WHIMSY. However, in the interest of solidarity, we try to select one dog picture and one cat picture (minimum!) each week. Other pets will also, of course, be considered. We love all your rats, bunnies, ferrets and other furry, feathery & finny pals. WE WILL NEVER DISCRIMINATE AGAINST CUTE. As always, we’re happy to dismiss any pictures if you decide you want them taken down at some point.

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If you don’t have a pet of your own to feature this week, I highly recommend featuring and linking to any cuties who are available for adoption and looking for a home on Petfinder or any other shelter or rescue site. If you’re like me, you probably know people doing some good rescue/foster/support work in your area, so please feel free to share the love and the fluff from your hometown. And it’s still kitten and puppy season and will be for a while, so the more support your favorite shelter or rescue gets, the better.

In that sharing spirit, if you don’t have a pet but want to participate, drop off your best Internet find of an animal .gif or meme or tweet in the comments. The more animal lovers, the merrier :) Speaking of sharing, feel free to share these posts anywhere in the Kinja-verse, because it has been scientifically documented that looking at pictures of cute animals reduces stress.


There were some EXCELLENT fur faces last week, but let’s start with CHICKENS! mwittier finished building an extra deluxe heated coop for the Soote Sisters, who made themselves right at home in their fab new digs.

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leahaven brought us some guest cats. Frannie the mini-Maine Coon looks so much like my dear departed Miss Priss I did a double take. Such magestic floof!

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EL_ULY brought us the ever boopable Abhud.

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(You booped, didn’t you?)


bug-operated squirrel brought the fine art, showing the typical artist-with-cat’s struggle.

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such a travesty’s Bella was not amused by her bath at all, and made her Displeasure known. HOW COULD YOU???

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Krispy Porkchops is always reliable with the adorable shelter cats. I don’t know how he resists adopting them all! Here is the very regal Coco Chanel, who may be headed to her furever home soon!

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415s30 + oIIIIIIo (ง •̀_•́)づ)˚з°) baby celebrated a birthday. Have all the walks and treats, pupper! We cannot resist a dog in a hat.

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And now, cats in sunbeams!

mwittier gets a double feature with the Lovely Lydia.

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Don’t EssExTee open inside seems to think walking down stairs is more important than cat sunning. Obviously, this is wrong.

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Don’t feel neglected, dog lovers, because we got a double dose of cute doggos right here!

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blammobiddy , I believe you now have a free Francie, since you gave her a sock.

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Violet Baudelaire’s little girl has been feeling poorly and highly medicated, but is still cute as a button. Feel better soon, sweet girl!

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XJDano and family are helping out their neighbor by watching the adorable Luca (the giant sweetie in the middle). Delta on the left is happy to have a playmate, but Mille in the back is... not as enthusiastic. Sorry about your houseguest, Mille!

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Finally, HoneyHeart, give me cat, but make it FASHION!

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Seriously, I just scratched the surface of the cute from last week’s post, make sure to check it out.

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NOW SHOW US YOUR FUR FACES!

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