Cats with flowers on their heads, in baskets, resting in a tree (video)

Video link (shironekoshiro)


    1. The soft rustling of the wind blowing through the trees makes you want to shove ice picks in your ears?

  1. My goodness did we need this.  I thought it was going to be all nightmares all day.

  2. This video was shot moments before the cat in the back bit the other cat’s face off.

    1. These cats probably have to be fed with a tube.  There are many videos of them not moving or reacting to anything anywhere ever.  I suspect roofies.

    2. I’m not so sure. The kitty on the left may look docile and content. But its head does not seem to match (in size or coloring) that Cheshire tail…

  3. I can see the educational value of pictures of different blooms.
    But why the cats in baskets. I’ve seen walnut, dandelion and azalea, all with cat in basket.

    1. You have to have a cat in a basket. How else would you know the scale of the flower? Sheesh.

  4. What a wonderfully soothing video. I wish there was a TV channel with nothing but stuff like this. :)

    1. Make a youtube playlist and loop it on a tablet computer mounted on the wall in the bathroom.

    2. This hummingbird cam works for me:  

      The eggs will hatch any day now.

  5. As my wife keeps working on my prepositions, I feel oversensitive to the fragment, “resting *in* a tree”.

    No problems with “*on* their heads, *in* baskets”,  but the *in* a tree just feels wrong. Can someone, please, offer a better alternative?


    1. Resting suspended from hooks affixed to the branches of a tree? I think “in” was probably settled on because of the large, dispersed nature of trees. As in, “in the grass” as opposed to “between, and on top of some of, the blades of grass”.

  6. Two cats in baskets
    Hanging fruit-like from a tree
    Spring blooms on their heads

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