The textbook perfect muzzlepuff.

The best part about this little Dewd is his muzzlepuff—it’s perfect! It’s the textbook muzzlepuff. It’s what all muzzlepuffs should shoot for. Muzzlepuffs should look at this kitten and aspire to be like him. They should shape themselves as a tribute to fine muzzlepuffery. Thank you.


Head bows to contributor Anna M. and Pang Pang’s Flickr stream ^__^



Tonight, you rest easy knowing that one of the MANY questions you constantly ask yourself is finally answered: Just how many kilograms of fish can one cat carry? Inquiring Japanese minds found the answer for you! Click below to find out—and, sleep well, my friends.

Once again, big thanks to Ant for carrying this fat VideoSift video over to us.

Paws Up!

Hey, Amurrricans, get some rest before the big day tomorrow! I’m gonna barbeque me some hamburglers and drink a berr. You?


T.G.I.H. (that’s ‘h’ for holiday)


MK Ferg strikes again!

Just a little patience [Axl voice]

Kitten: [Looks at a dog that can one-bite him] "Aw yeah—Playground Central!™"
Dog: [shifty eyes] "Don’t even think—"


Dog: [eyeballs kitten size versus his own mouth size] "uh Boy. Here we go."


Dog: [eye roll]


Kitten: [Irish accent] "ah! Pullin’ over me covers fer a long winters nap!"
Dog: [thinking] "You’ve got to be kidding me—he does accents?!"


Kitten: [Looking dog straight in the eye] "Same time tomorrow?"
Dog: [Thinking] "With some Béarnaise sauce, you’d taste pretty good!"


Brilliant submission from Jennifer C. from the Animal Liberation Front site.

Jack’s on duty

Excerpted from Yahoo:

WEST MILFORD, N.J. – A black bear picked the wrong yard for a jaunt,running into a territorial tabby who ran the furry beast up atree—twice.

Jack, a 15-pound orange and white cat, keeps a close vigil on hisproperty, often chasing small animals, but his owners and neighbors sayhis latest escapade was surprising.

Jack1_2 "We used to joke, ‘Jack’s on duty,’ never knowing he’d go after a bear," owner Donna Dickey told The Star-Ledger of Newark for Friday’s editions.

Neighbor Suzanne Giovanetti first spotted Jack’s accomplishment after her husband saw a bear climb a tree on the edge of their northern New Jersey property on Sunday. Giovanetti thought Jack was simply looking up at the bear, but soon realized the much larger animal was afraid of the hissing cat.

After about 15 minutes, the bear descended and tried to run away, but Jack chased it up another tree
Dickey, who feared for her cat, then called Jack home and the bear scurried back to the woods. "He doesn’t want anybody in his yard," Dickey said.


I’ll say!

Thanks for sending in, Amy F.!

Tenative… steps… forward….

It’s muy difficile, but… they… must… TRY!

Burly CEO Josh B. sent this in from Immerge Technologies and Simone M. 😉

Taking redonkulousness to a whole nutha leva

Who are the ad wizards who came up with this one? [Say in Adam Sandler doing Jerry Seinfeld voice]


Keep up the good work on Monster House 3D, Bad Ass MC Erica!

Outlawable floofiness

[Cute police siren]

These cats are UNDER ARREST.

There is far too much floof going on here, and it must be stopped before someone gets hurt. INDIVIDUALLY they possess entirely too much floof, and together, well, together—THINK OF THE CHILDREN!

There hasn’t been a violation this bad since, well, this guy.


Tammy C.—we’re going downtown.

[Cute Police siren]

This is just what you need today

Points for:
1. Curled paw
2. Neck vulnerability
3. Purring sounds [I can hear them!]
4. Crocheted blankie
5. Overall ‘soft’ ball shape
6. Visible paw pads

I give this one a 9.9! [Holding up judging card]


I’m sure you’d give her a 10, Right, R. Danette?


Well said, Hilary S.!

Just like our dear little friend Pricilla, "Isis" the cat makes a sudden appearance out from UNDER THE COVERS OMG PON1ES!!! BBQ!!!


[Clenching sheets for dear life] aaaaaaaaaaah!