First of all, this video of a house cat whispering to a dog and giving it a head massage to get it to relax is just plain weird. But, oh, the voice dubbing certainly helps us make sense of it. That cat isn’t just going to get all the biscuits, the world is giving it […]
At Mohamed Naguib Metro subway station in Cairo, meows have been heard coming from behind one wall. Uncle Abdo, the owner of a shop outside the station, traced them to a tiny hole alongside it and realised the cat must have climbed inside and gotten trapped. He named it Biso and fed it for five years.
When Reddit user ‘manychairs’ and his wife found out they were having a baby, they made sure they had everything prepared: crib, bottles, diapers, all other baby stuff. They forgot one thing though: inform the cat.
Bistro is an ultra-smart cat feeder that uses facial-recognition technology to identify and record the weight and eating habits of up to three of your fur babies.
Let’s face it, cats don’t do much. They may be able to make more money than Gwyneth Paltrow but apart from a grump-looking face or a derpy walk, most cats just aren’t useful. But there is one cat who’s very useful to its owner.
This has to be the laziest cat ever. Laying there, head next to the water bowl. Parched, the cat simply couldn’t bare to actually stand up to get a drink, like any decently normal cat. No. This cat, feeling especially lazy, just dipped her paw in and licked the water off. Can’t say I can’t […]
For cat lovers, we’ve seen all sorts of kitty fashion milking them for their money’s worth. When it comes to hairbands, cat ears are stuck on them aplenty. But an entire cat on your head? It’s entirely possible if you’re madly in meow. Japanese blogger Campanella blogs about her three passions in life: interior design, fashion accessories and cats.
Belgium-based graphic designer Delphine Courier has created a series of geometric cat houses that are as classy as they are eco-friendly. Made from cardboard and assembled without glue, Courier made these to satisfy her passion for both cats and design.
People build bird houses, swing sets, tree houses and even skating rinks for their kids, but a Minnesota man has created an indoor fun house just for cats. Cat lover Greg Krueger decided to combine his passions for cats and construction when he started to build catwalks throughout his house for his four felines.
Youtube user InZane4all was catching a Slayer performance at home one day when he observed his cat Buddy on the couch with all eyes and ears on the TV as the metal band ripped into the slow burning strains of Seasons in the Abyss: ’What’s funny is how he looks so into it. I guess […]
Be warned. This video is not for the frozen-hearted who may just melt into a puddle of quivering mess. Once upon a time, and the tale is still unfolding as we speak, there was a cat named Pudditat and a dog named Tervel who live on a farm. Tervel is all of 14 and blind as a bat.
Adopted by the Steere House Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Rhode Island seven years ago, Oscar the kitten grew up to become a reliable source of information as to which patient will soon pass away. He does this by curling beside these patients in their final hours. At the nursing home, Oscar paces from room to room and will then choose a patient to lie with.
Has IKEA officially launched a pet furniture line we don’t know of? What’s with all these pics of kitty sleeping on an Ikea bed exploding online? Well, no. It’s only pet owners who have ingeniously converted the 2,299 yen (US$20) Duktig bed meant for children’s dolls into a territorial one for their fur babies instead.
You’ve decided to play your instrument and sing your piece of music in front of a camera. You’re determined to uploaded it to YouTube in an attempt to be heard, liked and maybe even go viral for your cover of an Aussie songwriter’s one-hit wonder. Then, something unforeseen happens.
Cats, cats and more cats. If you’re having a cup of joe in Melbourne and think you’re hallucinating way too many cats prancing about and stretching their paws out at the cafe, know that your coffee hasn’t been spiked. You’re probably just at Cat Cafe Melbourne in Queen Street, the first of its kind in the Australian city.