This Week on Feline Intervention

Two Face gets arrested for disorderly behavior.


Harley is found passed out in a box of “junk”.


Finley and Hobbs sleep together.


Hooligans brought to you by the interwebs, Jenny and Cici.

Animal Reflections: 3 of 3

What would it be like if you could enter your own mirror image?

Alice did and found Wonderland.

That was totally wrong.

It’s a world of tuna.


Nicole C. says, “This is Paddy Atlas sleeping on my textbook (a much better use for it).”

Totoro Is Real!

I knew it!


Peter G. made this picture and Hayao Miyazaki made the movie, Totoro.

Cat Weaving 101

Folding laundry has the potential to drive one insane. So why not take up a more reasonable pastime,  like cat weaving. They tend to be quite pliable after lying in the sun all day.
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Wizard and Barnabas, s”napped” by Lori C., who informs us, “Here is a picture of my cats foregoing their laundry duties!”

Spit Splat,

I was taking a sleep bath, long about a Caturday night…

Fave Tongue Frame:

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Yeah, I was a-spittin’ and a-splattin’! Update: This sleppeh kitteh is Mookie, from Pitter Pats of Baby Cats. Thank you, Sue!

The Tiniest Palm Reader

The answer is cloudy.

Ask again later; after I’ve slept on it.


Via Flickr user Sophia P-G

OK, We Can Go Home Now

We swang on the swing, we slid on the slide, we played with other kids ALL DAY LONG! My work here is done.

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This is Zoe after a day at the park with Stephanie H.

Friday Haiku: How I Love Thee, Log

You are smooth
and soft

and floating
on the water.

Perfect for my
nap.


Photo by André Kuschel via the interwebs

Another Sad Story of Addiction

It started innocently enough; a Batman comic book once a week. I thought I could control it, but I started craving more: X-Men, Justice League — I bought them all, and when that wasn’t enough, I started reading… Archie. So that’s my tale of woe, and hey, if you could spot me for some Green Lantern, I’m… I’m really hurtin’, man.


Via tux0racer.

All in the Family

Moses the African elephant was in rough shape and orphaned until he was found and adopted by the big family at the Jumbo Foundation.

Now he’s got it all – dogs, people, meelks, a big bed and lots of room to play and roam.

I always thought my family was a mishmash of wonderful weirdos until I saw these photos send in by Beverly W. via YAHOO! News.