Meowzsa says: “This is Shimi my 18-month-old mix breed. I got him out of our local animal shelter. His character is kind but very cautious. But you can’t really tell that in this photo! He loves to pose for me and I love it when he does! He is so fluffy and gorgeous.”
Shimi is the squeest, fluffiest, prettiest cat I’ve seen in a while!
Do you have a squee pet that you want to share with the world? Send us your pet pictures and stories, and they could end up on Daily Squee!
Tagged: reader squee, pets, Fluffy, Cats, squee
Snow leopards – more like squee leopards! Look at them big, fluffy paws!
Unknown (via Wendy Salisbury)
Tagged: paws, snow leopard, baby, cub, Fluffy, cute, squee
This widdle guy is ridiculously squee, but I have no idea what he is. Almost looks like a bear of some kind, a teddy bear perhaps? But he definitely has some primate-like characteristics about him too. Can you squeeps help figure out what this creature is?
Unknown (via Victoria Hillman)
Tagged: whatsit, climbing, Fluffy, tongue, lemur, monkey, whatsit wednesday, squee, bear
Swamphag says: “My Weiro (Cockatiel), Captain Fluffchops in deep thought.”
We will try to keep our squees quiet so as to not disturb the Captain’s contemplation. -Sally Squeeps Do you have a squee pet that you want to share with the world? Send us your pet pictures and stories, and they could end up on Daily Squee!
Tagged: reader squee, Fluffy, cockatiel, pet, bird, squee
Hey little Loris, don’t roll your eyes at me! You may be absolutely squeedorable, but that doesn’t mean I have to put-up with your cheeky attitude… actually, yes, yes it does. -Sally Squeeps
Tagged: cheeky, fluffy, loris, rolling your eyes, Slow Loris, squee
The Tibetan Mastiff is descended from the famous Tibetan dogs that were the ancestors of the majority of Molossuses and Mastiffs throughout the world. The ancient Tibetan Mastiff may have been in existence as early as 1100 BC.
Unknown (via Mastino0100)
Tagged: dog, fluffy, goggie ob teh week, tibetan mastiff
Traditionally Tibetan Mastiffs were used to guard property, and often a single dog would guard an entire Himalayan village.
Unknown (via Regular Weirdo)
Tagged: dog, floofy, fluffy, goggie ob teh week, red, tibetan mastiff
Unknown (via Full Pelt )
Tagged: dog, eurasier, fluffy, goggie ob teh week, jumping