Soon as one goes another one shows up. How do they do it?! It’s like they’re just waiting to appear out of nowhere.
And poor Maggie was never seen again.
“Here is a cute/funny one I took of Maggie the other day! She looks very fierce but is really just stretching and yawning after a cat nap!” -Tammy L.
An old proverb says: Give a cat a fish, and it will have fish for a day.
Teach a cat to fish, and it will thwack the fishing rod trying to catch another cat, which in turn will just stare at the bouncy feather thing going up and down, boingy-boingy.
And then they will both howl for fish. So just give it to them already.
To realize our life goals, it is often beneficial to simulate the desired success conditions. First, create an environment with items that resemble the desired outcome. Next, perform a concentration exercise by repeating the name of your goal.
“(Goldfish… Goldfish… Goldfish…)”
“Meet Oliver! He’s still learning to cat,” says Redditor JMackSlug
… and so with bases loaded, bottom of the seventh, things are not looking good for rookie pitcher Felix “Popeye” MacGuyre, who just might break the league record for bases walked in this game alone…
Via Matt on Flickr.
Cats are everywhere, so you might as well stay right here – no need to go anywhere else. We are all stocked up. All the cats you ever need each day for the rest of your life!
Via Cats, Beavers and Ducks.
“Leopold is getting into trouble. He did this even though he had a full bowl of food on the floor just under the food shelf.” -Brandy M. on Facebook.
“Margarida (portuguese for Daisy) was rescued and is now waiting very cutely for someone to adopt her. She and her three sisters were found with only 4 days of life. Sadly she is the only survivor after a very critical period of treatment. But she is a fighter! A little flower that, thanks to Marcelo K. and Camila C., will bloom to a beautiful and happy life. They are from Novo Hamburgo, Brazil.” -Suzan A.
“Holding hands from left to right are: Jack (9yrs 17.76lbs) & Ramona (2yrs 7.06lbs). Cute Overload!!!!!!!” Picture by: Scott Bennett.
Via Daily Picks and Flicks.
Via Mostly Cats.
“This is the newest addition to our household, Wendell. He is about a year old and was adopted from the Missouri Humane Society. Wendell is a wild one and has a destructive streak. This photo amuses me because he looks like he’s observing destruction-aftermath!” -Amy G.
“August 1977: A twenty-seven year old cat celebrates her birthday, an age equivalent to 189 in human terms.”
Photo by Colin Davey.
AKA: Classic Meg Rewind: APRIL 10, 2007
AKA: Meg-a-blast from the Past!
Oh I don’t know, pick one, all of the above is what’s below!
Look! (whispers) a couch straddler…
Hefty kitteh “Buddy” is a [ahem] a couch straddler and paw dangler.
“”Chewie” (we have a Star Wars theme going…). When he starts to gnaw on things (or people), we say, “Chewie no chewing!” Taken with an iPhone, by “me.” -Jason W.
“This is my brother’s cat, real name, “Buddy”. *I* call him Mr. Kittypants, because I think that’s his true name. This picture is him indicating that I’m clearly not paying enough attention to him. Also, here’s a link to all of my pics of him, since a good auntie takes tons!” -Carrie.
“Hi Cute Overload! I just adopted a kitten from the Windsor-Essex Humane Society. I think he is just the cutest thing ever. I named him George Michael (as in Michael Cera’s character from Arrested Development). He is the love of my life!” -Vanessa from Canada.
“Fred Baby the Tuxedo Cat.” -Avivit Bar-Yosef. Shot by Vivi.
“Hello! This is my exotic shorthair kitten, Celeste. She is super playful … and sometimes she sleeps with all legs akimbo.” -Tiffany. Photo by Alex.
“This is my 8 wk. old kitten, Zuko (named after ‘Grease’ character Danny Zuko), showing you his toe beans. He hopes you like them enough to put them on your website. -Holly J. (long-time fan of CO!)”
“Jarvis P. Weasley.” -Josh Norem, The Furrtographer.
“Look at this little guy. HE DOESN’T HAVE A NAME YET. Any suggestions?” -Julie.