Street Beasts Vol. II

Hey everyone! I hope you are ready for some serious cuteness. You may think that this is all fun and games, but in reality if aliens ever wanted to take over this planet, all they’d have to do is look like adorable little animals, and we’d be powerless against them. We’d surrender without a fight for a mere shake of a furry tail or a wiggle of a plucky whisker. You may think of this blog entry as preparation and training for the upcoming invasion. I am simply teaching you to withstand “The Cute”. (I’ve been watching a lot of Doctor Who lately, so alien invasion is all think about these days). So let’s see what have I been up to lately? I attended a wedding that was held at the most exciting of venues – New England Aquarium. I may have had a reaction similar to Kristen Bell‘s Sloth Meltdown (not really) when I found out there would be penguins and sea lions at this wedding.

Who wouldn’t want this guy to be greeting guests during cocktail hour?

Other than that work at the hospital and pet sitting gigs have provided the rest of the content for this column.

I thought I’d share a couple of pics of animals looking very displeased.

This little Frenchie puppy is just NOT having any of it.

This was captured over a little pet-sitting gig. This dude was very displeased to be discovered in his owners’ dresser. I mean you’d think I ruined his world domination plans… or maybe I did!!!

Which is kinda silly cause all you need for world domination is to look like this

Dear Hoomanz, I salute you! If you worship me, and love me, and take care of me, I will continue to look adorable. Obey my ways now!

I hope this day would never come cause we’d be powerless against them. (I really need to take a break from Dr. Who I think. These thoughts of world domination are just bizarre)

Anyway, here is my friend Merlin preparing to open his own SPA

Mr. Merlin giving me a facial

And last but not least my now late friend Jill. Jill has passed very peacefully in the arms of her loving family after a long struggle with congestive heart failure. She had a great life and was surrounded by people she loved up until the very end. I hope at the end of my life I am also a snaggletoothed mohawk-rockin grandma.

Jillie-Bean 🙂

This wraps it up for this month’s Street Beasts. Check back again next month for more cuteness.

About Polina

Born and raised in Soviet Union / Russia and currently living in Boston, I am a relative newcomer to the world of electronic music. I fell in love with bass music about five and a half years ago but since being a spectator is not really "my thing", I started running a weekly called Music Ecology at one of Boston's bars about 6 months later. Since then, I have been heavily involved with the electronic music scene in Boston producing or promoting events and working for the annual Together festival. Most recently, I joined the Seclusiasis family to gain knowledge on the label industry and assist them with some of their marketing needs.
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