Please only take one, I’m running out.
Writes Sender-Inner Susan B.: “Look at this sweet little kitten my husband and I rescued from behind our building two weeks ago…”
“She’s about 5-6 weeks old now…”
“So far we’re just fostering her because we don’t know her FIV/leukemia status yet, and don’t know whether all three of our preexisting cats will accept her in any case…”
“Anyway, I’m sure you’ll agree she is off the proverbial hook, in the adorably weird bug-eyed alien sense:”
Yes, we agree, Suze.
Hey out there, why not adopt a kittayn today?
According to the Los Angeles Times and elsewhere, two red panda cubs were abandoned by their mother, so zookeepers at China’s Taiyuan Zoo found a replacement: A dog owned by a nearby farmer. Thanks to the milk of this generous pup, two endangered cubs are growing up.
So get napping.
Snacking. Drinking milk—whatever you do on your Caturdays.
Daily Kitten celebrity “King Tut” made his way over here via the fabulous Glenna M.
Turn your computer into a Cute Command Console with Wall of Fluffeh, a YouTube mashup by sender-inner Philip M. Don’t stare too long, though, or you’ll experience a cute, ahh, rapid pressure buildup… a cute, ummm, sudden debilitating capacity shortage… dang, there’s just got to be some short, catchy term for this…
You’re all invited… to Meg’s birthday today!
//THIS JUST IN: Link removed! Prank police made me!
//THIS JUST IN: Look what the office pranksters did to my office this morning!!!///
Creditos: “HedgeDay” by Miss Whitney, “Annoygink!!!” Gail B., “Pup-a-thon” Photo by Carol, sent in by Jennifer K., “I am not a Dunce” by Holly J., “Pinky and G Partying” by Bridget G., “Cats in Party Hats” by Julia C., “Alice in a hamster-sized Party Hat” by Grace H., “Eat dis!” by Phil S., “Slow and steady, with Broccoli” by Alexis M.
And now for something completely different: A video recreation of Arnold Schoenberg’s three-part Drei Klavierstücke, an early piece of “atonal” music, a term that means “sounding like cats wandering aimlessly on a keyboard.”
You can see all three videos here, along with a list of videos used, side-by-side comparison of the cat version to a real recording, and generally more proof than you’ll ever need that humans have more time than they know what to do with.
It’s, um, very deep, Ian F.