As Holden Caulfield once said—and I'm approximating here—"You can't ever find a place that's nice and peaceful, because there isn't any. You may think there is, but once you get there, when you're not looking, somebody'll sneak up and and fuck with the mason jar right under your little kitten nose!!!"
Super Smash Bros. was just released for WiiU yesterday, but this kitten already knows how to hesitantly touch its little paw to the screen every so often.
Tulip and Daisy are kittens up for adoption in Arlington, Va. When someone holds something above their heads and outside of the camera frame, they seem quite convinced of the philosophical stand taken by DJ Snake and Lil' Jon: "Turn down for what?" If you are unfamiliar with what "turning down" is, Urban Dictionary summarizes beautifully:
Subway kittens! The subway shark! All truly important news items come in threes, so we're due for one more animal to make headlines on New York mass transit. What's it going to be? Llama? Tiger (yes, please)? Peacock? Red-tailed hawk? Platypus? (Rats don't count; rats are part of the normal subway ecosystem.) Share your picks, hopes, and personal nature tales in the discussion below.
The week started out with a police blotter item about a girl being chased around a Colorado ski resort by mushroom-hungry giraffes, so it only stands to reason that it should end with a police blotter item about a Wisconsin Rapids woman who called the cops to complain that her neighbor's kittens "were having sex in her yard."
Police and authorities from the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals for Monterey County found 113 dead kittens inside an apartment in Seaside, California. Another 57 sick cats were found in a house nearby, after officials received a tip that some cats were moved there prior to the inspection.
Well, folks, the headline pretty much says it all... here's 78 seconds of a really, really, really sleepy cat begrudgingly being woken up by its owners (who want to assure you that it's not drugged—or dead!—just sleepy).
Try as it might to hear the entire song, this adorable baby kitty can't seem to keep its eyes open.
I do not know the rationale behind this mysterious Japanese TV show where dozens of kittens are set loose in a room full of casserole dishes in which they must curl up and sleep. I do not know if the rationale matters.
Here's a video of an adorable little kitty cat who smells food. So, what else is it to do than to sit patiently like a human, hoping that a bite falls its way? Well, besides looking *so* cute, that is.
While most of America was glued to Fox for the duration of the night, there were others of us that spent the evening watching cute little puppies playing on a fake football field. Not that we're complaining!
The only thing cuter than one kitten entranced by a feather is five kittens entranced by a feather.
Here's a cat video to trump all other cat videos (until the next great cat video, at least). Watch as the kitten, Caro, attempts to extract the bigger cat, Miho, from a plastic fortress. Caro just wants to play!