Craig Grant just wanted to give his cat Pepper his own space. So he created a small cat-sized town, populated with mini-buildings and streets for Pepper and the hundreds of other cats Grant has saved to live. Now Grant’s cat sanctuary, Caboodle Ranch, houses more than 600 fancy felines, who are supported by Grant’s love and care and the generous donations of volunteers. The Ranch includes a faux Walmart (complete with mini-shopping carts), a tiny town hall, and dozens of tiny houses, too small for humans but perfectly sized for kittens.
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On Friday we showed you an awesome video of some British folks who put 100 cats in an Ikea and filmed it for your viewing pleasure. Now, here is the new and improved version: A parody with voice-overs both from the perspective of the creative team (“Let’s do a thing with cats in Ikea. It can be like an artistic metaphor for Iraq.”) and from the cats themselves (“Sooo many lights!”). [YouTube] Keep reading »
We firmly believe that the best art comes out of obsession. In the case of engineer Paul Klusman, that obsession happens to be with his three cats — Ginger, Oscar and Zoey. Paul started out with the hilars “Engineers Guide to Cats” and in his newest video clip, he coerces his three furry friends to appear in his cat-tastic remake of “The Princess Bride” — complete with tiny cat wigs. This is absolutely not to be missed. [BuzzFeed] Keep reading »
Take a good look at that face: That’s what pure, unadulterated contempt for humanity looks like. It’s also the face of an adorable wittle kitty participant in last night’s Cat Fashion Show at New York’s Algonquin Hotel. The event was held in honor of the hotel’s resident kitty, Matilda, and featured a hilarious parade of furry, fluffy, nattily attired felines. Check out a full gallery of ridiculous adorableness over at Gothamist. Keep reading »
What has nine lives but no legs? It’s Kelly Anne, the legless cat! A couple of years ago, Kelly Anne was chased up a tree by some dogs and accidentally electrocuted, so vets in Mobile, Alabama, performed a quadruple amputation on her and nursed her back to health.
These days, the orange and white tabby can scoot around on her furry flippers, though she can’t scratch or groom herself properly. But by all accounts she’s a happy kitty. And she even caught a mouse once (what a pathetic mouse). [Comcast] Keep reading »