This Post Has Strong WiFi

That’s ‘cuz the kitteh’s name IS “WiFi.” But where does the card go? Do we even want to know?




Met vriendelijke groet, Marc van Aken.


Turkey Cat

“Hello! I found this cat napping on a Turkish book shop display in Istanbul. I took the photo. Thank you for your consideration!” – International Cuteporter Alexandra R.

(Aha! Headline, misleading it is! Reeled you in, we did. Geddit? A cat IN Turkey.)


We Don’t Want Any

Look, I’m not telling you again, I don’t want to buy your magazines, or sign your petition, or try your free bird seed samples, and definitely don’t want to hear about the true spiritual path to omniversal meta-consciousness…

Wait, go back one…

Harley the Macaw via The_Gut.

Redonk, Huh?

Yep. Redonk. Real redonk. Pure redonk.

Kiyo the lobster Corgi from Dogfort comics. Also via Corgiaddict.

Mission: Possible

I’ve seen all the Tom Cruise movies, and even the old Peter Graves TV shows. I can do this!

Cuteporter Doar E. sent this one in.

There’s One Slice of Possum Pie Left

But nobody is going to eat it. Because, nobody wants to have to wash the plate!

Prosh orphaned possum from sender-inner Kristi M. Photo by John Burns.

Caturday Spoof

If your kitty is being aloof

Maybe it’s from too much floof

Especially when it’s 200 proof.

“Maximus in all his Caturday glory.” -Stephanie Y.

Another Important Announcement from Planetary Maintenance

Due to periodic orbital decay, it will be necessary to reposition the Earth by approximately one foot downward. Most inhabitants should not be affected by this change; however, if you find you are no longer touching the ground, please contact technical support.

Via jpockele.

Oh Me Oh My Olivia

This is Olivia at first glimpse. And what a lovely glimpse it is!

Olivia is the very model of dignified elegance always dressed for any occasion.

Yep. You betcha.

“I thought I would send you a few photos of my new Boston Terrier pup, Miss Olivia. She is 11wks. old and fiercely cute! The photographer is a good friend of mine, Jennifer Ridgeway-Taylor.” -Charlie R.

Service with a Squeak

In the classic automat of the sixties, you had to get your own food from little vending machine windows. But today we have the Ottermat, the ultimate in convenience and cuteness.