See him here:
I tip my hat to the large man who thought up the idea for this photo. He is truly a pug lover, a friend to animals, and an individual who understands the Internet…
This is from 2011, but if you haven’t seen it yet, it’s worth a look. The man in the vid is Charlie Bird, an Irish television journalist.
Here it is, a masterwork of cat shaming:
Photographer Chris McLennan attached a camera to a remote controlled car which he then rolled up amidst a pride of lions to get amazing close ups of the brood.
And here are 24 more huggly pugglies from Buzzfeed.
Peter Dysart discovered this advert last summer while on a trip to the UK. The Brits love their pugs and so does EPB:
Generally speaking, I don’t feed the cats. It works like this: The cats come to me, and I, the Dr. Doolittle of the house, relay the message to their mom. I didn’t have human children for numerous reasons; I’m not about to have a couple of furry felines dictate my schedule in a sadly . . . → Read More: Cat Food, by Steve Stav
The comedy geniuses behind the Ultimate Dog Tease video are back with a pro-adoption message:
70 million people have seen this video, and if you haven’t yet, you should. It’s amazing how much loyalty the Water Buffalo show to their lost calf.
In the beginning, this video of an alleged Bigfoot sighting in Oregon’s Christmas Valley looks like outtakes from the old Bonanza program. Little Joe rode through terrain like this every week on his way to getting beaten up in Virginia City. Then Hoss would ride through the same terrain on his way to save . . . → Read More: Bigfoot Sighted Near Bend, Oregon – Video Provides Definitive Proof!
Thanks to John Layne Anderson for bringing this simple, yet elegant, pug video to my attention. In this video you can really see how the mighty pug is, as Dave Barry said, “a close relative of the pillow family…”
And here’s one where the cute little pug just hates the iPhone. Poor pug…