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This is Alfie. He came back from the dead.

Or at least, that’s what the lead-in to this article would have you believe. But what really happened is that he disappeared, and then his owner found a dead cat who looked just like him, assumed it was him, buried it, and moved away. Nine months later the neighbors found Alfie, who was not only not dead but also significantly fatter than he had been before.

So, either Alfie had moved in with another family and was chowing down, or he’s the rare fat zombie cat. One of those.


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This is Prinny. Prinny likes to swim.

She likes to swim so much, in fact, that she’s a regular attendee at a local swim center’s dog rehabilitation classes.

I’m sure she’s made lots of dog friends that way.

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My old roommate played the theremin, and it is a lot harder than it looks. But this cat is doing a pretty good job. Please watch the whole thing, because the best part is the end:

Cats playing music for each other! I love it.

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This is Rudolf, or maybe Bruno. She (yes, it’s a girl) lives at Auschwitz.

She’s causing a bit of controversy, in fact, because she refuses to live anywhere else–and an animal rights group expects local officials to build her a shelter on the grounds, even though she seems completely unperturbed by the -29 degree temperatures.

I see both sides here. The people who run the museum on the grounds aren’t responsible for this cat, yet at the same time, the animal rights people just want to keep her safe. But can we just talk about how this cat refuses to live anywhere else but Auschwitz? Auschwitz?!

If that isn’t creepy, I don’t know what is.

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It’s like she’s the cat version of Steve-O, who has his own face tattooed on his back.

Photo via the always crazy Japan Probe and this Japanese cat site that I am sure is awesome even though I can’t understand any of it.

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I may be one of the few people in this world who loves jury duty. I’ve never tried to get out of it . . . unlike Sal Esposito.

I guess he has an excuse though. As you can see, Sal is a cat. And while I’m sure he’s perfectly qualified to sit on a cat jury at a cat trial (yes, I know this is ridiculous, but let me have the picture running through my head right now of a judge cat holding a gavel in its teeth), let’s hope he does eventually get excused from service.

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I love cats more than anything, and I still loved this list of six adorable cat behaviors with shockingly evil explanations.

Though I of course maintain that only some cats are dicks. The rest are perfect angels sent from heaven to make our lives better.

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