I’m Getting Too Old for this Cliché

When a sassy streetwise crow teams up with a gruff by-the-book cat, the fur, feathers — and bullets — fly fast and furious! Damien Bleargh and Rick Nickerson are… Cray-Cray and McSteele, coming this fall to Fox!

From Japan’s Most Retweeted Cat Pictures.



  1. Cat’s look: “LEAVE ME ALONE YA DARN BIRD !”

  2. NOMTOM, you never fail to crack me up.

  3. I don’t usually watch much network tv but will be checking my tv guide for Cray Cray & McSteele.

  4. Is Rick Nickerson related to Ned Nickerson by any chance? 😀

  5. Those are definitley pissed off ears!

  6. Someone’s about to get their tail pulled.

  7. “You’re off the case, Cray-Cray!”

  8. “You’re too close to this!”

  9. But I only have one day to retirement (ominous music plays)

  10. Hehe, I was thinking the same. “It’s the tail he’s after! Watch out!”

  11. Good cop, bad(ass) cop.

  12. 😆 Yep 😆

  13. Cat and crow exit the station house and are next seen on the gritty streets of the city.

  14. Reminds me of the old meme, And they fight crime!!

  15. Jenny Islander says:

    Reminds me of something I saw back in the dark ages before camera phones (get off my lawn): Cat is minding own business. Crows decide to play Drive the Cat Crazy. They gather around her, hopping and cawing. Cat lights up and begins to make play soliciting gestures and no I am not kidding. It’s like, “Oh, wow, fifteen playmates all at once, this is awesome, you guys!” And the crows . . . the crows settle right where they are, sitting around her and just staring in silence, utterly baffled by this cat that is happy to see them.

    I had to go to work, so I didn’t see the end. Nothing nuffy, I’m sure; there were no stray feathers etc. when I got back.

  16. That is not a happy cat. Watch yourself, crow. I once saw a vid of a crow playing “pull the cat’s tail” and, here’s the important thing, overestimating the time it would take for the cat to whip around and pounce. It ended badly–for the crow, at least.

  17. Cats are fast and mean. My grandfather had one that used to kill rattlesnakes! She also liked to attack big dogs, and she lived to be 19 years old!