Friday September 19th, 2014 at 12:38 AM
Ive been a cat lady all my life and have never seen two cats spar over food in quite the way that this pair does. They make the tug-of-war seem civil. No whaps, no hissing. Maybe theyre British cats.You might also like: Cat Goes Postal on Mailman Tuxie Gives Toddler a Good Licking (VIDEO) Cat Machine-Gun Paws His Way to Early Breakfast (VIDEO) Lynx and Tabby BFFs in St Petersburg (VIDEO) Dont Even THINK about Rousting this Orange Tabby from His Green Chair (VIDEO)
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Friday September 19th, 2014 at 12:26 AM
As most of you know, Mao went to The Bridge this week, after a long bout of CRF and unspeakable loneliness after Skeezix died. In his last year, with no Skeezix to curl up with, he cuddled into me, always in my left armpit, always putting his chin on my cheek.
Hed have to get up and pee a couple of times during the night, at which point Id seize the opportunity to roll over, because I cannot sleep well on my left side. Well, he couldnt sleep well when I was on my right side, so when he...
Thursday September 18th, 2014 at 11:58 PM
FreeKatLitter.com, visitors click on a cat that hops into a litter box, scratches and hops out and that last hop triggers a litter donation.
Fresh Step sponsors this program. In just over a month, FreeKatLitter has raised 35,000 lbs of litter to donate to shelters.
If moneys tight in your house like it is in ours, this is a great way to help out shelter cats without shelling out wads of cash. After youre done, you can click to get a daily reminder so you dont even have to think about it. And...
Tuesday September 16th, 2014 at 12:02 PM
Get your squee on with this cute cat video. This little kitteh waves her paws while napping on her back:You might also like: Cat Machine-Gun Paws His Way to Early Breakfast (VIDEO) Cat Goes Postal on Mailman Theres a Reason This Dear Kitten Vid Has Gone Viral Lynx and Tabby BFFs in St Petersburg (VIDEO) Tuxie Gives Toddler a Good Licking (VIDEO)
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Monday September 15th, 2014 at 01:01 AM
Youre so smart Max.
Heyso mom said one of the last batch of kittens is staying. And now mom puts a leash and harness (OMC!!) on her and they go places in the big metal box. Where the check are they going? Thanks
Hmmmadding another kitty to the caboodle. Leash and harness. Big metal box.
Dood, clearly they are out searching for her sanity. Sit tight, find a good place to nap, and horde some noms, because from my experience, thats gonna take a while.
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Friday September 12th, 2014 at 02:00 AM
Our guests today are some new blogging friends from the huge state of Texas, USA. Together, the furries and the humans comprise a large family. Have a seat and lets all get better acquainted with Travis, Crockett and Maurice from Lone Star Cats.
Funny Farmer Felines: Please introduce yourselves and your human.
Travis: Hi, Im Travis and Im da main voice on our blog. Im a 1 year old orange tabby. My human are Kim and she also has an 11 year old westie, her name are Whitley.
Crockett: Hi, Im...
Thursday September 11th, 2014 at 09:49 PM
Buckaroo is still licking his wounds over his Fainting Goat Cat video not making it to the finals of a recent cat video contest despite pandering to the sponsors and doing some damned fine stunt cat work. He lost to a bunch of lame Vines. So he was very excited to see that Fresh Step Cat Litters Catdance Film Festival is now open for entries. The winner scores $10,000 and a trip to Park City, Utah for the festival. There is a separate category for lame Vines extra short cat films with a $1500...
Tuesday September 9th, 2014 at 11:16 AM
Ticks are gross. They give me the heebie jeebies. There is absolutely nothing worse than getting all lovey with Tripper only to discover a hard little bump on his skin. I recoil, make shrieky squirrely girly sounds, and he gets this sad, Whatd I do? look on his face.Tick Removal the Old Timey Way
Traditionally, you remove ticks using fine-tipped tweezers. Youll need a flashlight to pinpoint the ticks location. Wearing gloves, grasp the ticks head with the tweezers and pull straight out...
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