Hilarious? Or confirmation that cats don't actually need us?
If you've ever stood in the camping section of a big box store and wondered how you could snag one of those miniature display tents for your pet, wonder no longer. Enter Cat Camp, an Australian company that has created teeny tiny tents for indoor cats. Their Cat Tents ($59.95) pitch like a human-sized tent but, to be clear, these are for inside the house, not the great outdoors.
We set out to create the most unique, high-quality cat bed. This product is modeled on full-size tent and made to look just like the real thing. Cat Camp is a great addition to any house and a cozy hideaway for all cats.
Cats love small, dark and comfy places - this behavior is instinctive so they can hide from predators and they naturally feel safe when the walls of a box or tent come into contact with their little furry bodies.
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Portland, Oregon's MSHO not only takes baths with his cat "DJ Ravioli" (which seems like a terrible idea, but let's overlook that for now), but raps to him in the process. It's pretty cute if you aren't watching and waiting for the other claw to drop.
MSHO (aka the Cat Rapper) doesn't just make cat videos in the bathtub, he's got a whole YouTube channel of him singing, on dry land, about his five cats.
On Saturday, Lucy Schultz of Denver, Colorado shared touching, intimate photos of her childbirth.
Well, not technically.
What she shared was a hilarious album of her pretending to give birth to the baby kitten she and her boyfriend Steven recently adopted.
On 1/10/18 we welcome our first baby kitten, a neutered male DLH. He is 22" long and weighed 6 pounds 7 oz. He is already eating solid food. Name to be announced. We are so in love <3
A professional photographer herself, Shultz told Denver's 9News:
“So I’ve been thinking of this idea for a while because I’m totally a crazy cat lady who didn’t have any cats. So, I decided as soon as I got a cat, it’s a big milestone for me and sort of like the hallmark of me settling down and starting my menagerie of future cats, and so the first one is pretty special.”
Without further ado, here are some of their (mildly NSFW) photos:
Russsian YouTuber Alex Ulitin has rigged a way for people all over the world to interact with his cat in real time. By using certain commands, anyone can feed or play with his orange tabby using YouTube's live chat.
To note: if you want feed the cat, you'll need donate a few bucks:
Any superchat donation – feed the cat. Maybe I will have to raise the threshold to be sure that we don't just put a ton of food on the floor)
No guarantee that cat comes though xD Usually he will.
Here's the live stream. Click through to play along. The commands are in the description text:
I hung out for a while to check it out. The cat didn't come out to play on my watch, though (once) it did come out to eat.