I’m tellin’ ya, it’s a wonder Glinda the Good Witch made it out of this scene alive.
Many people think kittehs are naturally agile, but in fact this skill requires months of rigorous training to achieve. In this video example, students at Kitteh Kollege undergo advanced postgraduate training in slippery surfaces.
Update: The creator of the video provides this background: “The cat gave birth up there, I didn’t put them up there. I blocked off the top of the slide, they got around it, I blocked it off better, and finally kept them safe. They got on the slide themselves and even after falling off when I wasn’t there, they still kept getting back on. I did help the kitten at the end back up.”
Updated update: Sent in by Theresa!
From our WTF* File comes that champion of justice, defender of the downtrodden, Bizorro! Charging to the rescue atop his mighty steed as they swiftly… well, all right, maybe not so swiftly… erm, frankly, “charging” may be overselling it a little…
* Waddling Tortoise Ferry
UPDATE: Belated thanks to JoshN. for sending this to us!
In the same vein as its bunny bistros, Japan’s cat cafes are cozy, caring — and cute. Few apartments in Japan allow pets, so patrons pay a fee to lounge with the friendly felines, observing rules to ensure a clean and happy environment for all.
There’s a new cougar in town!
Yom yom yom
H. Dubbs W. nom-nom-nom-inated this for posting.
Since 2008, two French hikers have chronicled their trek from Miami, FL to the tip of South America, a journey of 15,000km (about 9,320 miles) through 13 countries.
But what elevates this hike down a hemisphere straight into the Cuteosphere is the third member of the team: A stray kitten who joined them in Louisiana.
Hup, two, three, four, Sender-Inner Keri F. See all the cat-trekking action over at Turn of the World!
“Thank you, nice laaay-deee with the bucket and the feeding us the delicious food for the nomming and the chomping and the froin-gooten-laven-schoil!”
Thanks to iPad Reporter Brinkie for thees one.
In what will surely be all the rage this summer at fine east coast homes everywhere, buyers should be aware that the Bowzai Shrubs come with both pros and cons. The downside is they’ll most likely scare the underpants off your unassuming, friendly mailman; however, on the plus side, they seem to have a built-in sprinkler system.
Ugh, they’re just going to go after the pussy willows again, Christy. Via Garden Rant.