“This is Terry, flawlessly (and quite smugly) demonstrating Rule #52. Photo taken by me, his second favorite person – his dad forever remains tops on his list.” -Christine P.
[It WON’T stay STILL! This is worse than that little red dot thing.]
“You recently featured my house guest Indy (aka Indiana Jones) on an edition of Toesday because of his One Pink Toe (OPT). The other day I caught him trying to catch the Roku logo on my new TV, so I took a video and thought maybe this might be of interest, too.” -Tracy B.
[*Editor’s Note to any and all shelters in the Greater Toronto area- Vanessa wants to take your photos. Check her site. Thanks. -Ed.]
Vanessa S. took these fantastic photos on our latest World Tour stop- this time in the great White North of Toronto. “No tour of cat cafes would be complete without our TOT Cat Café in Toronto. The fabulous felines who are staying there have come from the Toronto Humane Society and are the most wonderful pussycats ever.” she says.
“I am hoping you can include them in your Tour because we have a large number of homeless cats in Toronto and they could use the help in getting adopted.”
“We had a wonderful night schmoozing with the kitties, drinking coffee, and speaking with the owner, Kenneth, who has come all the way from Saskatoon to start up the café. He told us that it has been a huge success so far. It is a little bit of a wait to get in to meet the kitties… but well worth it!”
“I’m an amateur photographer and I would love to do more volunteer work with shelters and rescues in the Greater Toronto Area. Here’s my website!”
If You Go™
Address: 298 College St, Toronto.
Hours: Daily 10a-8p.
Purrsephone has gotten tired of flopping across books so now she’s decided sinks are the thing. And who is going to say no to her? No one, that’s who. “We went out to do some grocery shopping and came home to find her here,” explains Elizabeth L.
We KNEW eventually it would come to this. (Say like the guy who did the trailers for the movies “In a world of GoPros, iPhones, Instagrams and selfies, it was only a matter of time…before the Cats got in on it. And the world…would never be the same.”
[I’m doin’ it just like you, Ma! Lookit over here! Lookit! Lookit! Lookit!]
The first TGIF! of the new year also includes the very popular Rule #40: “Sleeping in a sunbeam is cute.”
From Begoña A.: I first want to thank you for posting the cute pic of Lola. It made me happy and almost cry to some of my former colleagues when they read the text and comments. I also want to share with you that we all have finally got a job. It has been hard, due to the situtation right now in Spain, but we made it!!! I also send you some pics of my other companion Lili also having sunbath. Regards from Spain.”
Are you a kitteh lover in the SF Bay Area? (Yes, I realize that leaves out 99.999% of you- since you live elsewhere. But still.) The Internet Cat Video Festival is coming to San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center for the Arts on January 21, 23, and 24. SFist says “Tickets are $10, and at least one of the showings is already sold out.”
“You love them. You mock them. But one thing you can’t do is stop watching them. Yes, we’re talking about Internet cat videos. Which either represent the pinnacle of human creative achievement, or a sign that the apocalypse is nigh. Or both.” —Los Angeles Times
Curated by Will Braden, the creator of the Henri Le Chat Noir videos, this all-new program contains everything from six second Vine videos to short dramas and documentaries – over 100 videos in all.
You know, all that shiny plastic junk piled up in the laundry room. Because: what do they want after all?