For the crazy cat lady who has everything . . .
Yes, that’s right, it’s a pendant with an impression of your cat’s nose. For just $155 plus shipping, you too can have the creepiest piece of jewelry I have ever seen.
So you guys, I’ve been thinking about incorporating more cat fashion into my life . . .
If these cat sneakers weren’t $49 and weren’t beige, I’d be wearing them right now.
In all my incarnations as a cat owner, I never gave much thought to cat food. Growing up, we fed Rainbow 9 Lives or whatever else she liked that was on sale. Jack’s vet recommended Wellness when we got him, and since he had so many health issues, we were never tempted to switch. But for those of you with cats without special needs might be interested in a new company called Tambey’s Kitchen.
Run by a girl I went to high school with, Tambey’s Kitchen features homemade, organic (when possible) cat food for purchase and delivery. Ingredients include “hormone-free, free range ground turkey, organic rolled oats, organic broccoli, organic sweet potatoes, organic carrots, organic eggs, organic sweet cream butter, nutritional yeast, soy lecithin, eggshell powder, organic kelp powder, taurine, Vitamin A, Vitamin E, Vitamin C. ( And lots of love. )”
While I’d never have the time, energy, or skill to make my own cat food, it’s nice that the option is out there for any of my future feline friends. Also, I like supporting businesses based around cats (see Tambey himself below, and please note his different-colored eyes!)
Mashable has a list of the best iphone apps for cats and the people who love them. The best one is Cat Paint, which inserts a cat into the photo of your choosing, and which I’ve written about before.
(I think I just wanted an excuse to post a picture of a cat using an iphone. Mission accomplished!)
Now that it’s almost the new year, I’ve realized that what I need most in life right now is a cat calendar. But which one???
I know some people might disagree, but I think that cat is more creepy than cute.
I am not interested in learning from this psycho cat.
These cats and I might have different standards of cool.
don’t be fooled–this is not an awesome calendar of cats with jobs.
Finding a good cat calendar is harder than I thought . . .
There’s no denying that fingerless gloves can be useful for those days when the office is just too cold. There’s also no denying that it’d be nice if those gloves were heated. But this might be going too far.
Just plug them into your computer via USB, and your hands will be warmer than they’ve ever been before. But is it just me, or do these seem absolutely impossible to type in? I guess for some people actual work takes a backseat to looking cute.
Now that I finally have a working iPhone, I’m on the lookout for new apps to add. Luckily, I just found out about the greatest app of all: CatPaint!
“Davander Mobile has launched CatPaint, an app that lets you add cuteness—in feline form—to any photo on your iPhone or iPod touch. You grab a photo, choose a kitten, and then tap to place it anywhere within the image.”
YES. The only photo I have on my phone so far is one of an actual cat, so I haven’t tried this yet, but rest assured . . . I will. It only costs $1!
A friend recently sent me a link to the yoga cats calendar.
Now, though we question whether those cats are really doing those poses, that calendar seems like a lovely, innocent object. But when I tried to find out more about kitty yoga, I came upon this truly terrifying video:
Cats are not exercise equipment and should not be used as such! Nor should any cat have to hang out with that guy.
When I learn to drive, this is the car I’m getting:
Unfortunately, the site where my boyfriend found this was in Russian, so I have no idea how I would go about buying this magnificent automobile.