'World’s worst cat' up for adoption

‘She’s just a jerk.’

DC comic creator regrets seeing "Cats" on 'shrooms

Rob Sheridan, one of the creators behind DC's upcoming High Level comic series and NIN's former art director, swallowed an unmeasured handful of 'shrooms before heading into see the "disasterpiece" known as Cats. He soon regretted it.

Birth. Movies. Death. then interviewed him on the experience:

As a masochistic connoisseur of bad cinema, I knew since the Cats trailer came out that I needed to see this hideous disaster, in a theater, and very high. I was visiting with family for the holidays so I didn't get to see it right away when everyone on Twitter was shrieking in horror about what they'd just experienced. So after New Year's, the full Cats experience became a priority. On Monday I have to dive heavily back into work and start a whole health kick, so this strange post-holiday week was pretty much my last chance, and I decided I was going to go all in. Instead of taking an edible as I'd planned, I remembered some mushrooms someone had given me a while back and felt like if there was any chance I was going to enjoy Cats on any level, it would be melting into a psychedelic trip – just get weirded out and giggle and maybe make it fun.

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Sign of a chonker cat: 'Fat Fred'

A sign for our times. Read the rest

Someone will be sent to the hospital if this cat ever makes it out of this tinfoil-lined hallway

I'm like, eighty percent certain that this kitty's going to kill whoever it is holding the camera, just as soon as it figures out that it can survive crossing a hallway filled with aluminum foil. Read the rest

Cute kitten plays with snow

“What is this sorcery?” Read the rest

These are the bullets that killed JFK

The above GIF was created from new 3D scans of the bullets that killed president John F. Kennedy. The GIF shows two bits of the bullets that killed the president along with another mostly complete bullet plucked from Texas Governor John Connally's hospital stretcher. The National Archives temporarily removed the historic projectiles from the vault so that the National Institute of Standards and Technology could create digital replicas of them at microscopic resolution. Next year, the digital replicas will become part of the National Archive's JFK Assassination Records publicly available online. From Smithsonian:

These bullets now enter the National Archives’ digital collection alongside three others thought to hail from the same firearm: two discharged as test shots, and another from an earlier failed assassination attempt on Army Major General Edwin Walker. All were imaged with a specialized microscope that scanned their surfaces, charting their features much like a satellite recording the topography of a mountain range. The pictures were then stitched together by NIST ballistics specialists to generate a vivid 3-D rendering detailed enough to show grooves left by the barrel of the gun.

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Feline scientist investigates refraction

Cue "Thus Spoke Zarathustra." We've found Moonwatcher of the feline world.

Cat Scientist from r/likeus

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Cat found in New Mexico 5 years after being lost in Oregon

“I’m excited to hold him. I get to rub the belly – the fuzzy belly. When I last saw him, he was maybe the size of a large burrito and now I’m assuming he’s the size of four large burritos.” — Sasha's human, Viktor Usov. Read the rest

DIY: Feral cat Shelters from coolers

Oh, I am seriously here for this DIY-maker-recycling project that's all about giving street kitties safe homes. Wow this is cool.

Making feral cat shelters from an old cooler.

Says IMGURian @petsncharge, “Cat Tested and Approved Shelters.”

We designed and built these durable cat shelters-Donating to the many Rescues that need them for the Homeless Cats they care for...TomTom Tests each new Design

So cool. Watch the whole video.

Cat Tested and Approved Shelters

This is the QA tester!

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Two cats fight over a steak while a third cat eats it

While two cats engage in a tug-of-war for a cut of meat, an interloper helps itself. Given this situation and your knowledge of game theory, what should each cat do to get as much meat for itself as possible?

Hunger Games from r/AnimalsBeingJerks

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Watch 2 cats watch a cat run across football field mid-game

Recursive Kittens Are Recursive

Advent calendars for cats coming to Trader Joe's

Santa Paws is coming to town.

Trader Joe's is making the countdown to Christmas more fun this year by offering an advent calendar for fur babies.

An episode of the Inside Trader Joe's podcast made the reveal last month.

"Last year we came out with the dog advent calendar, which seemed pretty odd until we got out in the stores and there was quite a following for it, reports Colin Fields, vice president of merchandising for the grocery chain, "And we heard from our feline, loving customers that we should have something for their cats. So we found it, we developed it and it's pretty cool."

What's inside of the calendars? Fields shares that it's filled with "magical treats made of salmon and seaweed." Because, he says, "cats actually love seaweed."

No word on when exactly these kitty calendars will hit stores.

(Bustle)

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Watch 12-week-old kitten take 'coffee break'

This adorable 12-week-old kitten needed a snooze during their little 'coffee break.' Read the rest

Surveillance footage reveals how cat became mysteriously soaked

You have been warned. Cats do take revenge.

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When you turn the heater on for the first time

Aww, kitty likes to stretch out in front of that heater. Read the rest

Cat trips out on the nature of reality, identity, and spacetime

Mathematician Clifford Pickover's brilliant caption for this clip: "Philosopher-cat explores the nature of reality, identity, mind, and its place in the vast space-time cosmos that we call home."

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Target has a scratchable haunted house for cats

Cats are possessed so it makes sense that Target has made a scratcher that looks like a haunted house! You can get this two-story cardboard Haunted Mansion from Target's Halloween Hyde & EEK! Boutique ($16.99).

It’s a spooky chateau for your favorite cat (black or otherwise) – just in time for Halloween! Frightful and delightful, the Deluxe Haunted Mansion from Boots & Barkley™ is where your pet will be wanting to spend all her time. It’s two stories of entertainment, with a spacious cove on the bottom complete with scratch pad built into the floor. The perfect perch to keep an eye on the room is up above. Even better, the entire set assembles in just a few easy steps. The only thing not included are spirits to haunt the place, but your cats will have a scary amount of fun nonetheless.

The cats of the internet seem to take to it just fine:

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@target Spooky house! Occupied by Cinnamon and Nova😻 #catsofinstagram #cats_of_instagram #target #targethalloween #spookyseason #targethalloween

A post shared by Molly (@goodgollymollyy) on Sep 17, 2019 at 12:26pm PDT

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It’s the first day of fall 🍁time to show off my new haunted crib 🎃👻 🧛🏻‍♀️ (complete with Halloween @sphynxswag of course) . . #BeverlyHills #sphynx #calicosphynx #sphynxcat #hairlesscat #sphynxswag #halloween #halloweenswag #hauntedmansion #newcrib #firstdayoffall #catmansion #catcrib #targethalloween #cat #catsofinstagram #sphynxofinstagram #sphynxlove #sphynxismyworld #beverlyhillssphynx

A post shared by Queen Ruby & Princess Jet (@beverlyhillssphynx) on Sep 23, 2019 at 7:36am PDT

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Welcome to Sinatra’s Halloween crib 🎃 Got this cute scratchy house from Target!

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