Pudim is feeling at home since being adopted 50 days ago and counting, according to his Instagram account. Here he’s said to be half asleep, but kinda looks like a Humphrey Bogart wink.
Nekoland is the work of French photographer Alexandre Bonnefoy who documents the lives of the alley cats of Japan. His cats are seen in repose, prowling, napping in odd places and taking advantage of handouts. His work is collected in his book, Nekoland, une vie de chat au Japon, available on Amazon.
A grumpy cat paved the way to fame, followed by a zen cat, a pompous cat, an angry cat and several adventurous cats. Now there’s a new fetching feline on the scene, and he looks worried all the time. No need to fret about Bum’s state of mind, however. He’s got a great life, his […]
“My friend who grows oysters in Japan leaves styrofoam boxes around for the feral cats near her plant. They love them in the winter.” Shared with us by Chris Field. Thanks Chris!
Stripes aren’t the only thing this kitten has in common with a tiger.
“She’s just so stinking cute,” said one Instagram poster. “She looks so mischievous.” Definitely. Here’s her story: “This is Togepi. She is 5 months old now. We think she is a tabby-bengal mix. I rescued her out of a car engine on 25th September 2015, a day before my birthday. Best present ever! 🎁”
When it’s cold out, it’s kinda hard to get motivated.
Cats are always a bit mysterious, but this one has her own mask. “That’s not a cat, that’s a trash Panda,” one poster commented.
This young cougar was spotted roaming near homes in Heber, Utah recently. Concerned residents contacted the Utah Department of Wildlife Resources, which caught and relocated this magnificent young cougar earlier this week. She was tranquilized, caged and taken by truck to a remote area. “No animals or pets were harmed,” the DWR tweeted. Well done. […]
Real friends care about who you are inside, not what you look like.
Rukas the Cat is “a charming Himalayan enjoying the finer things in life.” Enough said. Rukas has his own Instagram account at rukasthecat
We don’t know how this got organized, but there’s one cat in back who can’t be bothered to look at the camera. Our thanks to 12catslady for this moment in the life of an interesting posse of Persians. (Screengrab: [email protected])
As we’ve explained, Manny is the king of cat selfies. But he also takes some nice shots of other animals and an occasional sunset, as seen here, with just a little help from his human, @yoremahm, who leaves cameras around for Manny to manipulate and capture cool images.
Where do cats go when they need advice? Sure, as humans we have all different kinds of opportunities to reach out to other people in person or via media, but cats are not as fortunate. Until now.
“Carry me to bed, I’m exhausted.” Floyd the Lion is not one of those cats that’s always getting into something. He likes to chill and become one with the couch.
Best Friends–Los Angeles has a kitten nursery, a program of the Best Friends’ No-Kill Los Angeles initiative. Its goal is to give more than 2,000 kittens a chance to grow up and get adopted. The nursery needs help around the clock! Duties include bottle feeding, cage cleaning, food preparation and socializing. [email protected]
It’s hard to decide what’s more impressive about Manny the tabby: his awesome selfies or the fact that he has his own canine posse. Manny belongs to Instagram user @yoremahm, who told LoveMeow that Manny learned to use the camera by chance when he reached out to touch the camera during a shoot one day. “He is […]
They are amazingly cute and living in an environment that exposes them to urban dangers that include freeways and rat poison. Biologists from the National Park Service recently identified two mountain lion kittens in the western end of the Santa Monica Mountains. The female and male kittens, P-46 and P-47, were found in a den […]
Rescue cat Angry Pearl has quite a following on Instagram. Her human, Will Highsmith of Jacksonville, Florida, likes to share Pearl’s take on social media, “useless humans” and Mondays.
Three cats cross tails in a display of mutual affection.