“This is Milo, he’s a rescue we adopted from McHenry Animal Outreach almost four years ago. In this picture he is playing one of our cats favorite games, making the bed. He really hopes you pick him to be a part of Cute Overload!” -Jessica M.
Things are kinda quiet on a Caturday Night—let’s see what’s playin’ on the ol’ iPad.
“In order to keep cat harmony in the household (since his brother Gravy recently made C.O.), I thought it was only fair to submit a picture of Biscuits, who can’t get enough of bird & squirrel videos. When he’s not gazing longingly at video birds, he can often be found yelling and/or pawing at the screen, or watching the Aquarium show on Netflix on the big TV. Thanks for doing what you do!” -Drea.
Cuteporter Halia K. sent us this story and video. “I read this on a Swiss website. Apparently, it’s considered good luck in Russia to have a cat cross the threshold of a new home before anybody else. Picking up on this tradition, a Russian bank’s renting out “specially trained” cats to new home buyers who entered a mortgage agreement. The bank’s clients are asked to sign a document agreeing not to mistreat these animals, and that they won’t hold the bank responsible for any potential damages caused by the feline.”
PS- “Some people need coffee or energy drinks to survive their workday; I have Cute Overload! Thank you for your fantastic work!” -H.K.
PPS- “Being called a “Cuteporter” would make my day.”
After this, San Francisco will never be the same.
Great photo taken by Ivan A. as seen on Mostly Cats Mostly.
Nikita & Bobo’s hoomin has taken this and made it into a true art form. YOUR results may vary.
This is Timo The Ragdoll, and there’s a whole lotta ‘tock wigglin’ going on. Oh, and he plays with a bunch of stuff, too.
(Does that headline sound too much like “Barney?”) Anyway, this Prosh and Plush Persian Kitteh lets the hoomin know that it’s OK to pat him on the head. Like right now.
From The Squid.