9 Pictures Guaranteed to Instigate a Sloth Obsession

These slow moving, long clawed fellows were made to be adored

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9 Pictures Guaranteed to Instigate a Sloth Obsession

Hope Stratman, Features Editor

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Lately, I’ve had a bit of a problem. I’ve gone completely crazy over sloths.

Now, this may seem like no big deal, but it’s been a huge detriment to my life. I can’t eat without mentally listing sloths’ favorite foods. I can’t focus in my classes because I’m just google pictures of sloths the whole time. I’m pretty sure that, on the occasion a near death experience, an image of a sloth would flash before my eyes instead of my life.

And now I’m going to pass the obsession on to you.

1.

This adolescent sloth is spending his day hanging with a similarly furry friend. We all need some time off, and what better way to wile away the sleepy, slothy hours than stretched out on a stuffed puppy?

 

2.

Has there ever been and will there ever be a thing cuter than a lil sloth tongue?
The world may never know.

 

3.

This is a baby sloth. I can’t even fathom a being this adorable not having a name, so in my mind I just named him Rupert.
Hello Rupert.
What a guy.

 

4.

What a talented slothess! This little lady is showcasing her incredible skills, on the branch and off. Watch out, America’s Got Talent! This girl is coming for you.

 

5.

I am sloth.
Philosopher sloth.
*ponders*

 

6.

I’m extremely upset right now. Seriously, how can one picture contain this much compact cuteness? Just look at their shiny little noses!

 

7.

WHO MADE THIS?!

AND WHY DO I LOVE IT?!

 

8.

A couple slothy buds, just HANGIN’ around, cause a chorus of “Awwww!”s from all who witness. There’s no better friend than a sloth friend.

 

9.

Gotta get the noms in to refuel for his day! An outsider you may not know it, but moving at 0.000001 mph burns a lot of calories. He’s a hardworking kid.

Hope Stratman - Features Editor

Hope became a member of The Flightline in August of 2016. She is a senior this year involved in activities including Speech and FBLA. Outside of school, she enjoys lists, photography, and naming inanimate objects. You can email her at [email protected]