Ashlee in NEW MEXICO writes: "...Hi Chris, This is my dog Rocco (pronounced rock-o, in case you were wondering). Anyway, he is supposed to be a border collie, but judging on his size and such, we don't think he is. We like to call him "Inbred Jed" because we got him from a rural farm and he is quite possibly a victim of inbreeding. He has a terrible overbite, he can't keep both ears sticking up at the same time, he is tiny, and all of his legs are different lengths. But he's still a cutie. In this picture, he actually has both ears down ,which is a rarity. Thanks, Ashlee, 17, New Mexico."
M from CANADA writes: "...Dear Chris, I've been shredding outdated banking information at work, and I have to make note of the high number of void kitten cheques people have submitted. In fact, after the plain cheques that each bank provides as a default, I would say kittens are the most common background. I hope it can warm all of your viewers' hearts that CCL's can have fair representation even when it comes to their finances, Chris, just like it has warmed my own heart. M, 20teen, Canada."
Megan from CANADA writes: "...Chris, I got my guinea pig Kirby a leash today. It was hard to get it on since he has so much fur. I took him to my front yard and recieved many questioning looks from passing neighbours. -Megan 15 Ontario."
Sarah, currently in SOUTH AFRICA writes: "...Oh, Chris! I know I just sent you an email about my safari in South Africa, but I forgot that on our way to Kruger National Park, we stopped at this strange tourist information center, and they had all these dead animal fetuses (feti?). Luckily someone in our group spoke the tour guide's language, and we found out that they killed the mothers of these animals so they could rip the fetuses out of the mothers' cold lifeless bodies and stick them in a jar so tourists can wander inside and immediately be grossed out. They also had a giant elephant skull outside. I'd send these to you so you can both ask why you're still running this website, and you can also gross out your viewers. Let's feel sad. -Sarah, 20-teen, South Africa."
Pandora writes: "...I read your post on that fake cat, and it reminded me of this cat made out of fabric that has always sat in the laundry room by the cat food. Always. Since I was WAY little. Oh, and I took some pictures of my done-in-10-minutes-literally-kitty-makeup."