Adorable Overload: New Jack Russell Puppy Cam!
We didn't think any live stream could be so engrossing as the Shiba Inu puppy cam a few months back, but, holy cuteness, we were wrong. Hold on to your mousepads, there's a new reason to distract your coworkers: the Jack Russell puppy cam!
Chronicling the activities of five very playful newborn terriers in Watertown, N.Y. (just north of Syracuse), the puppy cam was originally launched as a way for Chris and Katie Flannagan to sell the purebred pups before a move to Florida. "This litter was unplanned," the Flannagans write on their Web site, "and we really just want to find them a loving home." They've reportedly sold two pups already – and they've got an unexpected bonus: a hit show.
Thanks to some local press, the puppies – who are usually shown frolicking, or feeding from mom Lizzie, on a large navy-blue pet bed – are now superstars, with more than 100,000 hits to their site. And like any good show, the puppy cam also has special guest stars – the Flannagans' 10-year-old dachshund, Meri, often drops by for visits. And, of course, what's a hit without controversy? They've even got that, thanks to dad Ollie, who went to the bathroom on the puppies' bed! Now that's must-see TV.