Hilarious? Or confirmation that cats don't actually need us?
Reddit user big_papa_geek posted a video of their cat, Salem, unscrewing and then snapping the lid of a food container before diving in for a snack. "I am honestly not sure if I am more scared or impressed…" READ THE REST
I'd love to know what's going through this cat's mind as it bravely lies in wait before attacking an alien invader, aka a robot vacuum. Originally posted by u/Farbotus on Reddit READ THE REST
This BBC article about cats successfully holding down jobs, from mousers to mayors, is a couple of years old. But it's titled "Bureacats" and is timeless material. Another wartime hero was Crimean Tom, also known as Sevastopol Tom, who saved British and French troops from starvation during the Crimean War in 1854. The regiments were… READ THE REST
There's no one who doesn't enjoy saving money. Heck, people with money are the first ones who enjoy a good bargain when they find one. While the glow of scoring a truly great deal is actually palpable, there's a reason for that charge of satisfaction. It's because really great deals don't happen every day. And… READ THE REST
You could be forgiven for thinking drones are basically big boy toys because…well, they're a heck of a lot of fun. But with the proliferation of powerful, inexpensive drone models on the consumer market, industries are turning to these tiny powerhouses like never before for a variety of important, even life-saving tasks, according to the… READ THE REST