Thank You For Flying Air Cygnus

Please locate the closest exit under each wing. In the event of a water landing, I am a flotation device.

Spotted by Amy C. (Story and extra photo at the Daily Mail)

Hurry, the Race Is Starting!

Somebody hitch up the humans!

Better do as Mick says, Mardell C. — we wouldn’t want to appear Idita-rude.

Someone needs to make a full TV show of this

I cannot embed the video here, but check out this awesome little cat life action going on over at Live Link. Someone HAS to make a 15-minute prime time TV show of this kitteh.

You can practically hear the laugh track now:

Nice purse!

Todd T. from GD, cheers to thee!

I Wonder if Magellan had This Problem

Karl couldn’t resist a nap while straddling the warm equator between two hemispheres.

Forwarded by Theresa V.

For more crazy Cats ‘n’ Racks good times™, check out Miss Hannah.

There are no Small Parts, Just Small Actors

Hi, my name is Biggums, and I’m here to audition for the lead in “Conan the Barbarian”.

Biggums is a fighter, Christina R.

The Doctor is In

I don’t know, doc – it’s just a feeling of malaise, I guess.

My walks are sluggish, my fetching is mediocre, and I couldn’t care less that the cat keeps blaming me for his “accidents”. I dunno – can you help me, doc?

Um, how is telling me to eat some mango and then charging me $450 for the 15 minutes I’ve been here, helping me, doc?

That doctor is going to find an accident under his couch, that’s for sure, Dax L.

Bok, Bok, Bok … Meow?

Ay-yup, when you’re a farmer, ya hafta put in a full day, sunup ta sundown. Ah’m up with the kittens every mornin’. (Sorry ’bout that, meant to say “chickens.”)

Yo, I Got Your Back

A baby Giant Anteater was recently born at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay to mom, Adelhi. For the first four months of this little guy’s life, he’ll hitch a ride on mom’s back until he’s ready to put that long schnoz to good ant-eating use:

Other fun facts from our friends at Busch Gardens: Giant Anteaters’ sense of smell is 40 times stronger than a human’s and allows them to find and eat up to 30,000 insects a day. And, they have tongues 2-freaking-feet long.

Keep the photos of “Barnacle” coming, Nick G! Photo by Matt Marriott/Busch Gardens Tampa Bay

Whoever runs on the wheel longest wins the Cheerio…Zzzzz

Large… orange… Cheerio…

So… nappy…

Zzzzzzzz

LOOK AT THE MINI FOOT ON THE LEFT Elizabeth S.!

Haven’t we done this post before?

According to a news agency that got up earlier than us;

Famed weather prognosticating groundhog Punxsutawney Phil has emerged to see his shadow in Pennsylvania, meaning winter will last another six weeks.

FYI.

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