Here is a monkey with a gun riding a dog:
I don’t think animals can grow mustaches, but this turkey doesn’t even need to go to Turkey for a transplant when I’ve got photoshop and a little bit too much time on my hands.
Today is day 3 of having a squirrel in our office. Unfortunately, I am more afraid of squirrels more than any other common animal, so it’s all I can think about.
If I knew the squirrel had a mustache and beret, I’d be pretty pumped, but I’ve seen the little rat and it doesn’t. It’s got rat eyes and a rat face and I know it’s making plans with other squirrels to take of the entire office space. If you need me, I’ll be at my desk crying.
Paul Gaylord spent a month in intensive care due to infection from the bubonic plague. According to a Daily Mail article, Gaylord developed the symptoms after he was bitten by a stray cat his family took in. There are some horrifying pictures of what the plague did to Paul that can be seen here, but I wouldn’t recommend it.
I’m glad he’s OK, but when you invite a cat into your home you are asking for this kind of trouble. One minute a cat can be staring through your soul with its human-like eyes as if it wants to kill you; the next minute it can be transferring to you the most deadly virus known to man. You can’t win with these animals.