"Segundo," a photograph shared in the Boing Boing Flickr Pool by reader Bill Benson, who says: "5 days home from the vet and with a little help from the nip, all is well."
Hey, found this on my computer
. No idea what I made it for, but it appears to feature an evil cat god summoned to our plane by the power of Wardenclyffe Tower. You can have it now! [Warning: autoplaying audio]
Happy Christmas Caturday.
[Video Link, thanks El Acordeonachi, via BB Facebook]
Tara McGinley of Dangerous Minds blog shares this image and explains,
My friend Brian Braun photographed this amazing street kitteh who lives in a parking lot, next to a dumpster in Sarasota, FL. Apparently he's been there *for years*. The cat's a badass. You can see the will to survive in its eyes.
Via Laughing Squid
, we have learned of the existence of the best Tumblr of all time: Des Hommes et des Chatons
. Hot guys paired with kitties in matching poses.
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The Black Cat Truffle, by heavenly-chocolate.com.
Below, a sneaky-cam shot of Miss Shelley Winters, the cat companion of web comic artist R. Stevens. Rich sent me a care package to cheer me up around a recent surgery, and they contained an assortment of delicious cat-shaped vegan chocolates.
The Black Cat Truffle, by heavenly-chocolate.com: "Dark chocolate ganache in the shape of a cat with sunflower seeds for ears, enrobed in dark chocolate and hand-decorated." I am enjoying its decapitated head while sipping my morning coffee out of one of R. Stevens' "Fucking Coffee" mugs.
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A cat roaming the "Little India" neighborhood of Singapore. Photograph by Jon Siegel. Shared in the Boing Boing Flickr Pool.
[Click for larger size.] At Shorpy Historical Photos, which is a wonderful thing on the internet:
1914. "Kittens in costume as bride and groom, being married by third kitten in ecclesiastical garb." Holy catrimony! Photo by Harry W. Frees.
More about Harry Whittier Frees: Wikipedia, here's Shorpy's archives of his work, and Amazon has books of his work.
Did you know that ambient electronic music pioneer Brian Eno starred in an ad for Purina brand cat food, in an alternate universe? Richard Metzger at Dangerous Minds has an exclusive, here
. Also large size version
of this spectacular find.
Oh, my goodness this video
is sweet. Uploader "jefcharles" explains,
After being sent home from work the first thing I did on getting home was to check outside the back door to see if there were any cat paw prints. There weren't, so I thought I'd introduce Fletcher to the snow and film the results..
(thanks, Joe Sabia!)