I get such a kick out of Karl. After casually poking fun at, like, everyone who isn’t Karl Lagerfeld last week, the kaiser is back and biting with a first-person Harper’s Bazaar feature that documents his life in 24 hours. If you’re sensitive to the shameless bourgeois, skip it, because I swear to god this article reads like a Bret Easton Ellis novel… and hilariously, awesomely so. However alienating he may be, Karl and I do have one thing in common: we refer to our cats as being “very refined.” After the jump, check out some of my favorite quotes from the feature. [Harper's Bazaar] Keep reading »
Times are looking tough for Tokyo’s cat cafes, where feline aficionados can drop in for tea and some time with a cat.
At most such establishments, it’s the post-work rush that brings in the most cash, with tired and harried professionals dropping by on their way homes to pet and play with the animals as a way of relieving stress.
But now the purrs of delight may be getting quieter. Read more…
The Internet is full of many wonderful things, among them how to play guitar, how to redecorate your house, and also, how to draw a cat, complete with a party hat. [Flickr]
The race for a Senate seat from Virginia may evolve into a cat fight now that one Springfield resident has tossed his collar into the ring.
Hank may not be the typical political animal: he has spent time on the streets; he’s never voted; and he really doesn’t seem to like wearing clothes to do his best work.
That’s right, former Virginia Govs. George Allen (R) and Tim Kaine (D) now face a feline foe. Hank’s a former street cat and political independent who advocates a job creation platform and “milk in every bowl.”According to his Twitter account, Hank is also passionate about the creation of a Privacy Bill of Rights and the protection of consumer data. Read more…
These adorable little fluffernutters are a little bit cranky this morning. They’ve just been woken up by their owner, and would probably prefer to get another 12 hours of nap time in. These little British Shorthair kittens just wanna sleep, dammit, but since they’re up, would you mind getting them a bowl or three of milk? [The FW]
It might be too early to file me under “crazy cat lady,” but I suggest you do so anyway, just to be safe. I’m that girl who’s always trying to show everyone photos of my cat. I don’t understand why it’s so weird … she’s really pretty, okay? My lifelong affinity for any and all things feline has yet to lead me to any questionable embroidered turtleneck sweater choices, but Paul & Joe Beauté’s limited edition cat-themed collection for Spring 2012 gets me so excited, you might think I had been rolling in nip all day. Sadly, I must not be the only person with cat-scratch fever, because most of the line is sold out. What remains, however, are these three adorable blush sticks in Paul & Joe’s trademark Parisian-pretty packaging. Keeping to the feline theme, the brand suggests drawing three whiskers on each cheek before blending. Adorable! The only reason I held out on buying the entire line is because I wouldn’t be able to use them for fear of smushing the poor kitty’s face. These are real problems, you see. [$28, b-glowing]
This is a generalization, but I am pretty sure that most people who are very passionate about fonts are cat people. So it makes sense, in a weird way, to depict cats as fonts. Helvetica is just so hip, isn’t he? See some more of my favorite cats as fonts and even more at the link. [Buzzfeed]
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Just a cat with a better beret collection than you or me. Really loving the vaguely-cross-eyed look of contempt captured in the picture on the right. I feel you, buddy, I feel you. [Farpitzs]
In three minutes, David Cross — taking over for Joel McHale on “Talk Soup” — manages to completely decimate the entirety of cat videos on the web, covering both adorable kittens, and cute fat cats. He also gets the sad desperation one feels when one wants to completely eat all the cats in the world. [YouTube]