Mouse Agility’s trained mice Grimaldi and Brösel decorate a little Christmouse tree with tiny ornaments.
Be warned. Before this ends, you may have slipped into a diabetic coma.
From an extraordinary sequence of shots taken in Minnesota by wildlife photographer Tom Samuelson.
You can see how it all turned out here.
None too well for the mouse, obviously.
A metaphor for fate and the transience of life, or a brilliantly executed hoax.
You be the judge.
A perfectly good dandelion, ruined.
See, this is why they’re called pests.
A stylishly animated underdog tale: winner of the 2008 Cartoon d”Or, directed by Benjamin Renner.
In the forest, a lion captures a mouse to devour. The mouse makes a deal …
An adorable thing filmed by Dave Williams of the Surrey Wildlife Trust.
Keep that up and you can bloody well hibernate on the couch.
It’s a touch-screen, silly.
Michael Skelly writes:
This is a Vid of my cat I took with a hangover on new year’s
morning. It’s my cat, Tekkers, trying to catch a mouse on my iPad. I like the way he checks his paws looking for the mouse.