Renee from THE NETHERLANDS writes: "...Hi Chris, I'm sending you a photo of Thyme, whose gorgeous green eyes I discovered peeking at me from a corner in the animal shelter two years ago. My blossoming crazy-cat-lady-genes left me no choice but to drag him straight to his new home. He is my angel, my darling, my everything. Considering that, it kind of sucks that he's not mine. I had to leave him with my ex-boyfriend when we broke up, because my ex has a garden and Thyme is just too much attached to his freedom to live in a 3rd floor apartment. Sadly, freedom has its down sides too: Thyme has been missing since the 15th of february. He's probably laying dead on the side of the road somewhere, all alone and nearly forgotten. Renée, 24teen, Utrecht, The Netherlands."
Amanda from NEW JERSEY writes: "...Dear Chris, Alex from NJ sent in a picture of himself with his cat Butterfinger not too long ago and said that he would pose shirtless with his friend's ratdog to "make it big time". Well, I am that friend. We are both fans of your show. He is actually responsible for showing CWC to me. We haven't gotten around to it yet, but shirtless pictures should be coming within the month since Alex will be home from college for spring break soon. Attached are pictures of said "ratdog". Her name is Winnie and she's a 3 year old Shih-Tzu/Maltese mix. I think she's cute, he thinks she's ugly and annyoing. I say let the viewers decide! -Amanda, 17teen, NJ P.S. - I'm tapping that. (Alex, not the dog obviously.) Kindly inform the crazy cat ladies. =]."
Jillian from CANADA writes: "...Hello Chris, I was catching up on the CWC website and saw that you had posted my submitted picture of my dog Zoe. Unfortunately Zoe is not as perfect as her pic may seem. The other day she learned how to open cupboards, more specifically the baking cupboard, and tore open a bag of flour. She ended up eating a stick of lard, a bag of raisins, and a bag of FLOUR. Yes, flour. When I discovered them, Zoe's mouth was so full of gummed-up flour paste that she couldn't even close her mouth. She looked like a washed up coke-addict. Peace, Jillian."
18 year-old Denita in OREGON writes: "...This was my family's adorable Maltese puppy Eddie. I loved him. He was funny, sweet, and playful. Unfortunately, we were having difficulty housebreaking him, and my stepmom couldn't take it anymore. We gave him away...."
Tammy from CANADA writes: "...Hey Chris Here are some photos of Julio our cat who thinks he's a person. He likes to eat salad. He would rather eat a blueberry than a piece of turkey. He's a big fan of riding around my neck like a scarf and he suffers from agoraphobia. He thinks my daughter is his mom and tried to nurse on her earlobes when he was a baby. Now he sits like a person. Cheers, Tammy."
Robin 22 writes: "...Hi Chris, Last summer I was in Colorado in Rocky Mountain National Park. My friend and I stopped at a lookout point, and these chipmunks were everywhere! They were taking food right from people's hands and would just about let you pick them up. This one kept running across my lap. He was quick, but I managed to snap a picture of him after his third trip past! (Shortly after this incident, a woman standing behind me ran back to her car shrieking, "They're like RATS!!!!") Love the show! Robin, 22 Michigan."
Savannah from GEORGIA writes: "...i think Penelope is adorable, thank you. attached are pictures of Princess Bubblegum after i gave her a Legend of Zelda temporary tattoo. now it is TIME TO SEE YOUR OPPONENT."
Kim from BC (pictured with her dog Hathen) writes: "...and also...how do all these CWC fans take still life photos with their pets? I've tried many times to take a non-blurry portrait with my dog Hathen and it's impossible Is the CWC community just a bunch of animal sedative users??? This is the best photo I have so far."