Flashback Friday

Ladies and Gentlemen, please (quietly) kneel before His Majesty, King Nap O’Derp, Ruler of Sleepland.

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“A sleeping kitten wearing a miniature crown, 1955. Photo: Charles Ley, Getty Images.” -Stamford Advocate.

Flashback Friday

Something in the way she meows, attracts me like no other fluffer,

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Via Buzzfeed

Flashback Friday

Well what can we say except, pop ‘em in your mouf before they melt!

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From the internet, ♪ ♫ like a cat, over troubled water♪ ♫

Flashback Friday

It’s Friday! We know you all are on the internet at work but don’t worry this cat is cool with it. (Doesn’t even know what the internet ees!)

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Le Chat, by Werner Bischoff, 1946.

Flashback Friday

Coffee!Coffee!Coffee!Coffee!Coffee!Coffee!Coffee!Coffee!Coffee!

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This is Wilfred, a South African Bush Baby in London Zoo enjoying his morning cocoa from a teaspoon, February 15, 1938. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images).

Flashback Friday

It’s OK, I’m a professional. I totally meant to do this. I caught myself!

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“Puppy, 1950″ Photo by H. Armstrong Roberts/Getty Images

Flashback Friday

Meet Horace, the bright-eyed, domesticated hare of Dublin, Ireland, 1956, who, “hops blithely through the kitchen, hanging out in the bathroom or sitting quietly on the living room sofa” and “holds sway in the household, and the humans are there, for the most part, simply to do Horace’s bidding.”
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For a complete Life with Horace the Hare slideshow hop on over to Life.Time.com

Flashback Friday

If you go way back in time today, you’re in for a big surprise
If you go way back in time today, you better go in disguise.
For every kitten dressed in outfittin’ is gathered there as is befittin’
Today is the day the kitty cats have their picnic!

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Kittens in costume at picnic lunch.” After we’re done eating, stick around for fireworks and the six-legged race!” Photo by Harry W. Frees – 1914. Via Shorpy.com

Flashback Friday

It appears that in the 1800s pugs decided to class it up with boas and bells.

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No more rumply schlumply for these pugs’ classy chassis.

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Images found on National Heritage Museum

Flashback Friday

Pup in Boots: With these boots I shall gallantly charm the king with gifts and fool him into making me a great lord, and I shall never again run after mice, except for entertainment.

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“Feb. 9, 1928. Washington, D.C. – “Peter Pan, wire-haired terrier pet of the personal secretary to President Coolidge and Mrs. Edward T. Clark, arrived at the White House today attired in ‘flapper galoshes’.” You lucky dog! Via Shorpy (“Flapper galoshes”? Want!)

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