Fluffy cat is really enjoying this ripe strawberry

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Cat post: Wait for the mlem

Wait for it.

Wait for the mlem.

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Cat boops prickly hedgehog friend

Now hold on there, pokey-boy.

That's an ouch.

Some observations:

That cat has extremely cute white poofy paws.

The hedgehog is proudly unperturbed. Brave little pokey-boy.

Ouch!

Lesson learned, kitteh:

No touch spiky boi.

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Cat does a danger dance

There is a monster in the bed. Read the rest

Cat bravely fights invisible dream attackers

An hero cat of unknown origin bravely fights off invisible attackers. Read the rest

Chonker cat floofs through deep snow

Warning, CHONKPEDO APPROACHING. Floof level 1,000. Read the rest

This cat in Japan has the most disturbing meow: 'ololiloliloliloliloliiiloli'

This is Chibi Maru, a Japanese cat with a demonic cry! His human companion LLR伊藤智博 recently posted this video of Chibi Maru vocalizing in a most unusual way. He seems to say, "Ololiloliloliloliloliiiloli," reports SoraNews24.

Is the cat angry? Defensive? Summoning the devil? Something ain't right with its ears folded down like that.

“Chobimaru is talking again…Scary…” tweeted @llritotomohiro, who says this is the second time the kitty has emitted this guttural, rhythmical series of sounds...

A few other cat owners even chimed in to say they’d had similar experiences with their own animals, often as portents of trouble soon to come.

“Did Chobimaru throw up after this? When my cat sounds like he’s casting an incantation, I always run to grab some newspapers and tissues.” “My cat does the same thing! After he makes this kind of noise, he throws up. It’s nice of him to always give me an advance warning.”

However, @llritotomohiro, while thanking everyone for their concern, was happy to report that Chobimaru was in fine spirits. After his minute or so of chanting, he returned to normal, eating dinner as he always does and playing energetically in the house.

The internet did its thing and put his scary vocals to a dance beat:

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This is how your cat wants to be picked up

Did you know that cats like to be squished?

In this now-viral video, YouTube's Helpful Vancouver Vet, Dr. Uri Burstyn, shares advice on how to handle a cat. Introduce yourself and then be prepared to support and, yes, squish it.

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Cat poop parasite may influence someone's entrepreneurial spirit

Toxoplasma gondii infection has been linked to all kinds of human behavior. Now a study has linked it to risk-taking entrepreneurial behavior. Read the rest

Watch an artist make remarkably lifelike cat portraits from felted wool

Wakuneco uses wool felt to make amazingly detailed custom-ordered cat portraits that look uncannily like the subjects. Here are how the finishing touches like whiskers get done. Read the rest

Kitteh no liek snek

Note how the snek box says "Private and Confidential" but also has a giant picture of a snake. With that box, kitteh does not seem interested in "If it fits, I sits." Read the rest

This cat is even grumpier than Grumpy Cat

Loki the Sphynx is eight years old, but he looks like a grumpy old man. His resting grump face is quite possibly grumpier than his furrier and more famous rival Grumpy Cat. Read the rest

Holy moly, that cat sure has a long tongue

Thorin is a ragdoll kitteh who might have the world's longest cat tongue if such things are documented. Imagine that sandpaper tongue waking you up in the morning.

There's an Instagram of Thorin and friends:

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Ready to give kisses 😘😘😘 #catsofinstagram #cats_of_instagram #kattunge #dailyfluff #bestanimal #excellent_cats #weeklyfluff #cat #cats #kitten #kawaii #catswiththeirtonguesout #neko #katt #bestmeow #9gag #weeklyfluff #고양이#igcutest_animals #cat_features #cutepetclub #fluffypack #猫#katter #katt #bestcats_oftheworld #theweekoninstagram #thedailykitten #猫 #子猫 #人肌恋しい #ねこ #ネコ

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Long-tongue-thorin at it's best 😛😜 #catsofinstagram #kawaii #neko #chat #gato #kitten #kittens #katter #kattunge #katt #dailyfluff #blueeyes #ragdoll #katze #lovekittens #purrfect #furbaby #instakitty #instagood #instapet #catlovers #instacats #pet #pets #pamperedcats #kittylookbooke

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Long-Tongue-Thorin is back 😄

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Derp- Tongue out tuesday 😉

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Create modular cat houses with these carboard building blocks

A Cat Thing combined feline love for cardboard boxes with an architect's eye for modular prefab housing to create a series of max-and-match cat houses. Read the rest

DIY cat scratching post, fun but spendy

I made my own cat scratching post out of sisal cord and a poster tube. It cost more than just buying one.

50' of 3/8" sisal rope ($0.25/foot) winds almost perfectly around a 30" by 2" diameter poster tube ($3.33.) My daughter and I had a wonderful time wrapping the tube up, securing the ends with binder clips, and then using a strip of old bedsheet to hang the scratcher from a doorknob! Rubbing a little catnip on it encourages our Maine Coon to scratch away!

Total cost invested was around $15.00.

Even if reusing the tube, binder clips, and sheet I can easily find an equivalent scratcher for less. Even using cheaper cord only changes things by a few cents.

I'll put the two side-by-side and we can see the wear over time and judge which is more popular. Perhaps my cat will appreciate the love and effort that went into making him a toy.

Riiiight.

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The best cardboard cat scratcher is the cheapest cardboard cat scratcher

My cat absolutely loves these $8 cardboard cat scratchers. They go straight into the recycling bin, so why spend a penny more than necessary?

I tried one of the $25 lounger-style cardboard cat scratchers and my picky cat wouldn't go near it. I put out a simple, flat and cheap one? Scratch city. My furniture and carpets are mercifully left alone while these get torn up every 4-6 weeks.

Last night, as I was rubbing the catnip into a new scratcher, my cat decided he wanted to be pet. He ended up pretty covered in catnip and rocketing around the house for 20 minutes.

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Watch how to train cats to shake hands

Jun from Jun's Kitchen has very well-behaved cats, even the new one they rescued. Here, he takes a break from cooking to show how they got so well-trained. Read the rest

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