For animals who are so fussy about getting wet, cats sure do like to play in the sink. It’s one of the great mysteries of life. Study these cats viciously killing that scary thing that comes out of the faucet in this epic cats-in-sinks roundup and help me make sense of it all. [Huffington Post]
Kittens are basically useless at everything, which makes them perfect stand-ins for Disney movie reenactments. Some grownups with a lot of time on their hands corralled a small child and a bunch of behbeh kittehs for a somewhat comprehensive reenactment of “The Lion King,” songs included. They’re no Jonathan Taylor Thomas, but they’ll do! [Mashable]
You think you love Christmas? Check your elf hat at the door. Your excitement is only a fraction of what cats across the world are feeling. This year, I’ve been lucky enough to watch two kittens experiencing Christmas for the first time and I’m a little jealous of all the fun they’re having. Here are five reasons cats are seriously stoked about Christmas… Keep reading »
It’s no secret that we love cats around here. (And you, too, Lucca!) What better way to show our love to our feline friends than to decorate our Christmas trees and tabletops with some kitty cheer?
Just, um, maybe not these ones.
[Image of cat wearing a Santa Claus hat via Shutterstock]
If there’s one thing that I know about cats it’s that they LOVE to wear things on their heads. That’s why you see so many cats being walked down the street wearing hats. In keeping with the Christmas*** spirit, Etsy user NotSoKittyShop has crafted a special holiday fascinator made from styrofoam balls and glitter to deck your cat in festive cheer just like you deck your halls! The fascinator features 10 faux ornaments which hang from kitty’s head, spreading joy to the world. Or just your living room. Doesn’t this little guy look full of joy? [Etsy.com/NotSoKittyShop]
*** If you have a Jewish, Muslim or Hindu cat or a cat who appreciates astronomy, you can instead buy your kitty a solar system fascinator.
It might be hard to believe, but cats weren’t always domesticated pets. Once upon a time, someone actually invited these tyrants into the house and the rest, as they say, is history.
According to recent findings, the first wild cat (or what we now call a stray) began hanging out with humans maybe over 5,000 years ago. While excavating a Stone Age village in China, researchers have found the earliest evidence of cats and humans — their first step in becoming the pets (and Internet stars) we love today. Keep reading »