This kitteh is totally from a dream you had the other night. She’s all: "the time machine is this way! but we must hurry! [points paw to left]
Hmm, I think I’ll search on the keyword “Fennec foxes” and “kittehs” and see what happens [cross-eyed head tilt]
Rachael K., I don’t even want to know how this happened. It’s FAR too redonk.
Sender-Inner Maria Ruth writes: "I am an avid collector (and embroiderer) of vintage embroidery patterns, and when I came across this one (it originally said "Sunday") I thought, "Oh, no, that looks like Caturday to me!"
…To use it, one would print off the Caturday_transfer.jpg, trace over it with a special embroidery transfer pencil (available from any craft store) and iron it onto a piece of cloth. I just made the "flipped" image so you can see what it looks like once it’s ironed on.
Happy Caturday crafting!
Maria Ruth, I DARE you to make day-of-the-week UNDERPANNTS designs next!
My extensive knowledge of Siamese tells me this kitteh is saying "NYERHE!" in 9-thousand different ways.
Rosa P., 1. She is NOT coming inside and 2. Yes she IS being cheeky
There should really be a website called ‘The Daily Snorgle". And pics like this should be on it for your snorgling-from-afar pleasure.
[Cheek push causing eyeball smoosh]
Some snorglers MUST BE SUBDUED LIKE DEES [claw puncturing sound]
A little VAMPIRE KRONSCHE never hurt ANYONE! [Kronshe!]
Sender-Inner Jenna M., the tongue at the end is the best part.
Question: How fast will this photo get posted on ICHC?
I Can Haz Right Hook, Sender-Inner P.A.K.!
Who are these ridiculous people who insist on making hilarious cozies for EVERY THING ON THE PLANET? I love you People. Serious.
Check out the entire WikiHow article here.
From the article: "You can make a chin strap but this is only for the most patient andmellow of cats, and definitely not recommended if there arechildren who’ll be trying to put this hat on the cat." OK!