Otterday


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This kitteh may think it is an otter...


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I would not have suspected that the phrase 'aqueous philosophy weasel' could be elicited by a series of photographs; but having seen these ones I cannot escape this conclusion.


#4

I liked otters more when they were done with practical effects.


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I can totally see the invisible pipe and spectacles in the 2nd one down.


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In the past, 'catling' was apparently an acceptable synonym for 'kitten'. I would propose its re-introduction for this situation, 'a tub of sprightly catling'.


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Let's see, I would like a tub of sprightly catling.. and uh, a philosophizing otter to go, please.


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Yeah, the green screen is so obvious on this one stuck_out_tongue


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http://blogs.seattletimes.com/today/2014/08/otter-attack-felt-like-little-knives-going-in/


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reading_edwin

Couldn't help myself.
I edited the green-screened river otter so he'd get to know all about Edwin, a "Super Duper" otter from the Seattle Aquarium.


#13

Animals!


#14

Could be @doctorow in a fur suit...


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Would it surprise me? No.


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It doesn't swim underwater though. stuck_out_tongue


#17

But is the 8 year old as adorable as the otter? I suspect not.


#18

... and so it was that I searched for scuba diving cat and found this video. (Warning, contains super annoying tv voiceover voice. Why do they feel compelled to do that? Ugh..) (Also, $20,000 is a lot of money to spend getting your obviously overweight cat to the bottom of the pool. People are weird.)


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