Wednesday, July 25, 2012

A pictorial appendix to the post published an hour and a half ago.


Koala pic from HERE.
"I am more worthy of being saved because I'm cute, cuddly and the worst thing I could do to a human is pee on him."

American crocodile pic from HERE.
"What a load 'o croc."

King cobra pic from HERE.
"You think you have it tough? I've had a bad rap ssssince they found my great great great great great great great great grand dad in ssssome garden."


Giant panda pic from HERE.
"Come on guys. It doesn't take a genius to figure out what you need." 


This pic from HERE.
"Better PR." 


16 comments:

Ann Oon said...

cuteness always sells... better.

Ann Oon said...

but that doesn't mean that the other not cute fellas should be sidelined.

Jean said...

BWha ha ha ha ha! Great captions!

houndstooth said...

Ha! Great captions and pictures to go with the post!

I think if an animal has posed a serious threat to humans by killing more than one person in a short span of time, then it is better to act in the interest of public benefit, but aside from that, I'm a live and let live kind of girl.

georgia little pea said...

Hey Bunny's mama - I agree. There will be situations where the rogue animal should be "contained". I just hate knee jerk reactions and one solution for all. I also wonder how the hunters identify the culprit in a forest or ocean of like animals. By the blood on their jaws?

Karen Friesecke said...

I have heard of cases of "man eating" tigers that are not one time offenders. In that case, the beast should probably be dispatched.

There's a reason that the World Wildlife Fund uses the panda bear as it's logo. Using a scaly reptile just wouldn't get the same kind of donations.

Declan said...

Yeah! Mum has always wanted a pet Croc... says something about dealing with the neighbourhood kids! Deccy x

Peggy Frezon said...

Love those captions. Maybe you should be their Publicity Director!

jodistone said...

I can't comment on the shark post because I'm struggling to articulate my words. I think as humans we tend to be afraid of the animals that haven't been domesticated and cannot be controlled. Such as sharks, bears, etc. That having been said, I feel like we have forced them through our 'progress' by encroaching on their habitats. With an out of control world population I don't see much hope for change though. :-(

Leslie said...

Brilliant. And absolutely spot on.

georgia little pea said...

Peggy - maybe I should. I AM very fond of snakes, iguanas and froggies :)

JodiS - I'm pessimistic about the situation myself. We're still encouraging people to have babies here in Australia. How odd is that? When it comes to animal welfare, I think there are lots of good people and too many apathetic ones. I must, in all honesty, count myself in the latter group.

yuki and rocket said...

i think all those pics are cute, even snakes are cute to me with their little beady eyes and forked tongues. but i'm just an animal lover and love even the ones people think are scary.

Scrappy said...

witty! we have grizzlies and wolves ~ quite the conversation and argument makers ~ sharks...not so much here!

i enjoyed your pictorial:)

chandra said...

And dumplings! A great dumpling can change anyone's mind.

-c at ddy.

georgia little pea said...

That is true Chandra! I LOVE dumplings YUM. Thanks for making me hungry.

Pup Fan said...

Load o' croc... I'm still giggling.