Snorting Micro Peeg Gets Belleh Rubs, Interwebs Explode

I mean, have the speakers turned up. There’s just…it’s..I…yeah. It’s like that.


Lilian D sent this one in.


Found a Pearl on the Beach

Beachcombing? Why yes! Combs are standard Pekingese equipment you know.

Diva Pearl the Pekingese, catching an ocean breeze. Author Vicki Gattuso from her book “Diva Pearl the Pekingese”

A Crow’s Tail

Cuteporter Annie K. found this on The Corvid Blog. The blog says their rather sneaky behavior of creeping up and giving their prey’s tail a good yank is just part of who they are…the little finks. Are you the guys who wake me up in my backyard every morning?







Mother Gooses her Child!

How else can a Mama Cat keep her ducklettes in a row? Give ’em love bites on the butt. Just like a real family.

Fave Frame:

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As seen on Love Meow

You Were Expecting an Elephant, Maybe?

It’s just a brand name, you shouldn’t take it literally. Next thing, you’ll tell me that jumho box of Tide has a tsunami in it.

Via Bruno Caimi.

RIP To Chase The Baseball Doggeh

Some Sad News here, folks. Chase, the ball doggeh for the Trenton Thunder minor league baseball team, passed away at the age of 13. Chase was diagnosed in February with a form of lymphoma and also had arthritis. Here’s Chase in action a few years ago!


His son Derby has taken over the bat-fetching chores!

Photos by the Trenton Thunder. Emma from Sports On Earth sent this one ovah.

Invasion of the Catnivorous Plant of Doom

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“Tika (gray) 15 years young, getting her kitten on and showing off her mitten feet (she’s polydactyl with an extra thumb on each paw). Niobe (tabby) finally showing interest in stalking. It only took her 12 years – the pampered house kitty never needed to learn how to hunt!” -Cathy R.

Throne of Games

Welcome to the Toilet Bowlympics! Our next event is the 500-lap Kitty Swirly.

Toebean Tuesday AKA Toesday Featuring…

…maybe the best kitteh name evah. Seriously, People. Wait ’til you hear this name. Ready?

Indiana Piano Rabbit.

“These pictures are of my cat Indiana Piano Rabbit (her full name) relaxing in her favourite place in the house, the bathroom sink,” says Katie K.


“When it’s hot, my old girl (she’s almost 17) is either in the bathroom sink or the bathtub. She also likes to have either of these faucets turned on so she can have a fresh drink of water.”

“Her original name was Indy Cat, because when she was a kitten, she’d run around my apartment like she was on a race track. I felt like Indy should be a nickname, so her ‘official’ first name became Indiana. Piano is her middle name because a little boy thought her stripes looked like the keys on his toy piano. Rabbit is for two reasons; she had seventeen children and because she’s soft and fluffy like a rabbit.”


Hi there! (extending paw in friendly handshake gesture). Would you care to have a meaningful anatomy oriented conversation?

“This is my cat Hemingway aka Mr. Poops aka Fatty. I’ve raised him from a kitten but I don’t want to be held responsible for his bad manners! This picture is of him trying his hardest to get at a fish we were pet sitting. Please note that he is a polydactyl kitty – and his white paws make it look like he’s always wearing mittens! Love the site! Keep up the good work!!” -Caroline C.