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"Dead Animals Need Love Too!"

Mindy Weaver releases cute and cuddly Skelanimals icons.

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Get Ready for More CUTE!!

Artist Mindy Weaver offers up her latest freeware desktop picture based on Mr. Tadakichi from Azumanga.

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Flora, Fauna and More From The News Hound!

Mindy Weaver releases a bonanza of icons and desktop pictures with Exotic Flowers and cute funkAmals!

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Skelanimals

Icons based on Mitchell Bernal's cute and creepy Skelanimals.

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Mr. Tadakichi

Mr. Tadakichi peeks onto your screen in this cute desktop picture from the anime series Azumanga Daioh.

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Doggie

This colorful and graphic doggie is great for both children’s and adult’s computer desktops.

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Aibo X

Icons of SONY's landmark robotic doggie.

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Kidcons

The original Kidcon classic desktop icon collection.

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