Dogs just want to love you but cats, well, what the hell do cats want? They have a mind of their own, they seemingly do whatever the hell they want, and their habits are just so weird. Why is that? According to Ted-Ed, it’s because how they developed as both a solitary predator that had to hunt and kill smaller prey…
Approximately half of the content on the internet is cat videos, but the BBC managed to capture one that’s truly remarkable: high-speed footage of a wild Caracal as it deftly manages to spin itself around midair in order to land safely on its feet.
San Francisco’s Kit Tea is the city’s first cat cafe, where patrons can hang out with (and adopt) the 10 to 15 felines milling around inside. A regular hour-long visit usually runs about $20, but now you can spend twice that time inside for free, thanks to this 360-degree video made by Everything is Film. The video…
I've seen videos of pets eating with human hands before, but I don't care. This holiday dinner party with 13 dogs and a cat has to be the best. More, please!
Legend says that cats have nine lives. Science says that's superstition based on uncanny reflexes and amazing flexibility. Whatever. Looking at this video of the fire of the Towers Hotel—a historic hotel in Dauphin, Manitoba—I'm saying nine damn lives and scientists can go poop in a litter box for all I care.
Someone put a camera on the collar of his cat to see his antics out of the house. The camera captured a cat fight seen from the perspective of one of the cats. Apparently, the owner says, his furry overlord is quite the block bully.
I don't know what to think about this. I don't like breeders and I don't like cats, but these spooky lycoi cats are something else. A cat that looks like a werewolf and, according to its Tennessee-based human creators, acts like a dog. I have to admit they are quite cute in their freaky ugliness. Like a reverse evil…
Adorable. We've seen dogs ride skateboards before and though it's extremely cute when they're pawing the ground to lunge forward and crashing into walls, they're not really busting tricks with the board. This cat though? It does its feline version of ollies and skateboard grinds.
Well, it looks like a hi and then it winds into a gentle smack. But still, the lion cub who stumbled upon this GoPro camera is just so adorable that I wouldn't mind getting pawed around by the little prince of the jungle.
What you're looking at is a cat lung being blown up with a straw. I know. It's ginormous. More ginormous than what you would think is inside a cat. But that's because lungs are incredibly expandable. What looks like a pile of bloody meat inflates into this perfectly pink balloon.
Japan—land of robots, tentacles and the weirdest weirdos—now has a "wine made exclusively for cats" made by a pet food company. They call it Nyan Nyan Nouveau and it contains Cabernet grapes juice, vitamin C and catnip, which means they will get drunk. It actually sounds like Four Loko for cats.
Life in one Brooklyn neighborhood has turned into a treacherous, exhausting, Kafkaesque waking nightmare for residents due to the fact a cat is there, according to local reports.
Domestic cats, unlike other pets and most humans, generally have a strong sense of personal dignity. They do not want ribbons or party hats placed upon their heads. They do not want clothing of any kind. And they certainly don't want neckties, even though crazy people are making these cat-ties for crazy cat owners.
Pet cats have so many diseases! Yet people continue to keep cats in their homes. A new study proves that an alarming percentage of pet felines have tuberculosis, and there is concern the terrible disease could spread to humans.
The mysterious comings and goings of our feline friends just got a little less mysterious. Researchers at the Royal Veterinary College loaded a group of cats in Shamley Green, Surrey, with cameras and GPS trackers to figure out how roaming house cats spend their days.
Helvetica. Arial. Comic Sans (LOL!). These are some of the most famous fonts you can find online and in print. Let's add another worthy contender to that list: Cats. Yes, cats.
This cat was, apparently, cut in half by Google Street View cameras. But the blog from which the image comes—Google Street View World—doesn't provide the coordinates that would allow us to see half cat in his (her?) natural Street View habitat. Where can I find half cat?