Your Internet Palate Cleanser: Corgnelius

If you haven’t heart of Corgnelius, you owe it to yourself to read this article and check out this website

Corgnelius’ chill vibe isn’t help me readjust to the work week.  If you’re need of a break from the ocean garbage patch that is social media lately, I encourage you to follow this adorable fluffers on Instagram and Facebook.



Your Internet Palate Cleanser: Curious Kitten



Whelp, time to actually get my day started. If you need something to make you smile during an otherwise bleak few days, I submit this adorably curious kitten and annoyed puppy 🙂

Our Baby World: Kittens


Fast facts about kittens:

  • These tiny lil gals and guys don’t just snuggle next to each other to be adorable (although they absolutely are). They do it because so their small bodies can regulate temperature.
  • Kittens eyes and ear canals are closed during their first few days of birth. Around 10 days (but sometimes as old as 21 days), they start to see and hear.
  • Each adorable noise your kitten makes has a different meaning. A drawn out squeal means your kitten feels lonely (go cuddle with it, you monster!). Shorter cries means your lil fur baby is hungry.
  • By the time a kitten is 4 weeks old, it will usually start sampling its mother’s food.

Our Baby World: Otters

Otter Pup

Fast facts about otters:

  • Male otters are known as boars, females are sows, and their offspring are pups.
  • At 99 pounds, the sea otter is the heaviest member of the weasel family.

  • According to, there are 13 species of otters. The best known are the giant otter, northern river otter, and sea otter.
  • Otters call every continent home except for Australia and Antartica.
  • Otters spend a frequent amount of time grooming their bodies. This isn’t vanity, it’s survival. Otters need to keep oil and other substances off their fur so they can stay warm in the water and not die.

Our Baby World: The Slow Loris

Full credit to for this daily dose of squee!

Fast facts about the slow loris:

  •  Nine species of slow lorises currently recognized — the Bengal, Bornean, greater, Hiller’s, Javan, Kayan, Philippine, pygmy and Sody’s. That adorable fur baby above is a pygmy loris.
  • Slow lorises have one of the slowest primate life histories; six months pregnancy for these teeny primates produces babies the weight of a handful of paper clips (less than 50 g). They can live to be 25 years old.
  • Nightmare fuel: Their movement looks similar to a snake’s due to their twisting movement caused by having several more vertebra in their spine than other primates.
  • Cuddly murderer—The slow loris has a bite so poisonous that its venom can kill you. Currently there is no known cure and we don’t know why the slow loris is venomous

Our Baby World: The Fennec Fox


Fast facts about Fennec foxes:

  • The fennec fox is the smallest fox in the world, weighing 2 to 3 pounds and the length is its body ranging from 9 to 16 inches
  • Fennec foxes are civic-minded critters. Dens are interconnected for a small community of them to inhabit and can be 3 feet deep and 32 feet long.
  • They are incurable romantics and mate for life.
  • Fennec foxes have thick fur on the on the soles of their feet that acts as quality footwear, protecting them against the scorching hot sands of the desert.