camouflage

Bunday camouflage snow winter rabbit bunny squee - 6773143040
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Here we have two hardened, wild bunnies of the north! Perfectly camouflaged to blend in with their wintery world.

-Sally Squeeps

green camouflage tree frog squee thorn frog - 6639638016
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I know you're trying to "blend-in" widdle froggie, but it doesn't seem like you're fooling anyone into thinking you're a thorn. You're too round and squishy... Just sayin'.

-Sally Squeeps

squee seal snowball snow baby pup camouflage - 4128598784
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I'm sorry squeeps, I was going to share with you a very squee picture of a baby Seal, but I can't seem to find him. All I've got is this cute snowball with little, black eyes... Wait a second...

-Sally Squeeps

changing colors chameleon lizard camouflage squee - 6585311744
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This widdle guy is known as a Panther Chameleon, maybe because of his dark stripes? But I've also heard chameleons change their color to blend into their environment. So maybe this lizard has been hanging around too many wild cats?

-Sally Squeeps

asleep blanket blending in camouflage cat colors reader squees sleeping - 5736830720
By Nerxual (Via Flickr)
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Nerxual says: "Bill and I got this super soft blanket for christmas <3 We love it! Apparently so does our kitty, Stella."

The only thing better than a soft blankie to sleep on is a soft blankie to sleep on that you can blend in with.

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asleep blending in camouflage color cuddles cuddling nap napping resemblance similar sleeping sloth stuffed animal - 5814580992
Via Snuh
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If pet owners often resemble their pets, then by proxy does that mean squee babies often resemble their pillows?

blending in camouflage color cutest fur Hall of Fame snow weasel white - 5660232704
Via LLBwwb
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Just because you're instinctually/genetically obligated to blend in with your surroundings when you're a small predator living in the wild doesn't mean you can't look extremely elegant while doing so!