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.


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?



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



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.



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.



I am sloth.
Philosopher sloth.



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







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.



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]