New Friends We Found on the Internet, Featuring Itchy Baby Sloth

by Parent Co. April 05, 2016

This is like a good news round-up! But cuter, probably.

More furry creatures and funny humans we want to be our friends. PLEASE be our friends? Thank you.

Like this guy wondering how that's even happening. Never give up, little buddy!

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And this guy who understands our taxpayer pain.

This headbangin' mama parrot picking up what BabyP is layin' down.

This little baby Yoda-sloth with eczema. Itch, you do. Scratch, you must.

This chihuahua. LOOK AT IT. This is the best time any dog has ever had anywhere in the history of dogs. Leading a police chase? AND ITS NAME IS PONCH. Holy crap. Someone buy this dog a beer.




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