We can’t all afford to hire the latest greatest hot shot cat architect or to tear down the house to build a cat palace. Fortunately, making a cat paradise isn’t out of reach of mortal humans on a budget. Working with the house he had on hand, this one crafty cat-saver created an interactive cat wall with an over-door bridge/hammock. You don’t see that kind of handiwork everyday.
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Either this cat has 16 legs, or he just photobombed the panoramic shot.
The winning photo speaks for itself. That Japan has this contest is inscrutable.
Is is too good to be true? IT IS NOT!
We can again thank the internet for bringing us Cat Drinking Songs fresh as a morning spring in your email. Celebrate the Irish today with these delightful tunes of cats to drink by, even if your cat is on the wagon. But how can you enjoy Cat Drinking Songs from the comfort of home without running into any drunk kittens on the road?
Simply go to catdrinking.com, sign up for their newsletter, Cat Drinking Tails, and you will receive instant classics like When Kitty Eyes Are Smiling and Lord of the Pounce. Does it get any better than this??
Why are they still serving this cat alcohol when anyone can see how dog-faced drunk he is?
Please be safe this St. Catty’s Day, because the truth is: With this kitten on the roads, no one is safe.
Thank you New Yorker for finding this perfect post-cat-art style snack, apparently on Broadway! New York, New York it’s a wonderful town.
Another cat-themed exhibition takes advantage of the cat mystique, this one in New York City! Cats have always had a sixth sense for seducing artists of all stripes, getting on the painting and the page far more than dogs, generally. At least, that is how we see it here at Self Help for Cats. We may not be the uttermost authority on this, however, and we would not absurdly pretend to have no bias.
“Life of Cats” is on exhibit now through June 7, 2015 at Japan Society, 333 East 47th Street, Manhattan; japansociety.org.
Or have we arrived at the bleeding edge of cat fashion? But is it art? or fashion? or Halloween? or what? And will it catch on? Will it jump from head to head to head until everyone must have one? Let’s start with a small poll. Just answer this one simple question: Would you wear it, and under what circumstances?
See the full story of the cat headband’s fashion debut here.
If this light-colored tabby of Bulgarian street stock has its way, cat dye jobs will be the next big feline street fashion rage. The avant-garde cat colorist is clearly a natural at the full-body dye job, giving the illusion he was born that way. Sorry Lady Gaga’s cat, this new trend train has already left the station, and cats everywhere have begun demanding all the latest shades of aqua and teal, among other gem tones, from their fur dressers.
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Helping himself to a big dose of Earth’s morning sun rays, Brody faces another day on the planet with his old elan. Apparently, his mission here is not quite yet complete, although Comrade Herman seems to be wrapping things up. Please excuse the occasional radio silence from SHFC as we find ourselves completely overcome by the activities of kitty end game.