Sing it with me now; ‘flürg ghat diddly sko-ogan!!’

Please watch as this affectionate kitteh snorgles a horse and a mini Swedish chef sings in the background. Thank you. [Pulls curtain back to reveal insanity]

Why do I feel like putting together a Bînder bookcase unit, Ashley B.?

The More You Know: Why Kittehs Knead

The_more_you_know2Q: Why do kittehs knead?

A: That loud purring followed by the sharpening of claws on some soft spot is called "milk-treading." A nursing kitten instinctively uses his paws to draw out milk, gently pushing on his mother’s stomach to increase the milk flow.

When older cats behave this way, it’s a good sign that they’re happy, content, and probably recalling their kittenhood. [Head tilt]

Info morsel sent in by Dee K. via The very definition of kneading video is an encore presentayshe from Catharoo!


What what whaaat [double-take]


I call "Shenanigans" Mariah K.!

A House Optimized for Kittehs

We’ve just been alerted to an epic Kitteh House in Japan. Not only is this place modern and beautiful, it’s optimized for kitteh livin’.

Check out how cat steps lead to cat walks…(left) cat beds built under the bathroom sink (right)


Special, um, kitteh bathrooms (left) and nest/nooks built under the stairs (right)


Ceiling walks (left) and special stairs (right)


Don’t make me say it—the folks across the pond are kicking our asses yet again, aren’t they Heather V.?
These fine pics and many more over at My Himalayan Cat Goma Blog!

Great Pit Bull PR

Whoever is doing PR for pit bulls these days is doing heckuva job. is reporting that pit bull terriers have softened their stances with baby chicks AND kittehs.

Get a load of this action: Pit Bull with Chicks

Pit Bull Takes Chicks For a Swim

Pit Bull and Kitteh Chick-Sit

Pit Bull and Chicks—A year later

Nice work, Videographer TexasGirly1979 and Sender-Inner Teresa F., enlighteningk!

Why is this kitteh SO disappointed?

I must be because of something you did…

My Little Kitten
by disappointed kitteh photographer

Here’s the kicker

Let’s check in on our favorite smooshed-face kitteh Winston. He goes through SO MANY trials and tribulayshons, doesn’t he?

Here is his latest issue; unsatisfying ear scratching!

Will Winston EVER be a happy camper Michelle L.!?

When “Snaggle” adopted “Bubbles”

Once upon a time, with a jazzy soundtrack, a kitteh named "Snaggle puss" adopted a behbeh rabeet named "Bubbles".

Why do I have an overwhelming urge to shoot a basket from the three point line, Amelia T.?!

I got SOOO TRASHED last night!

Last night is such a BLUR!

OMG, I think I rode a mechanical bull at that bar—with that dachshund named Larry!


I can’t believe I stooped to the dachshund level.

Uhhhhhhhhhhhh [holds forehead with paws]


I’m never going out with those guys AGAIN, Angela M.

Curtain Climbin’ Ankle Bitin’

The rambunctiousness meter registered new levels at NewZoo curator’s Carmen Murach’s home recently. See, she was caring for two lion cubs who’s Mama died in childbirth. After almost three months, and each kitteh weighing in around 25 pounds, Carmen decided it was time to spare the furniture move these ankle biters to the zoo.


The kittehs love their new home, attacking logs, each other and rooting for Green Bay.


Photos by Corey for the Wilson/Press-Gazette. A bajillion more photos over at The

Check out the new kitteh digs fer yerself:

Excellent cuteporting, NTMTOM!


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