These are a few photographs from a shop in Japan where the owner had glass panels installed in the ceiling so the shop’s resident cats can watch shoppers, and vice-versa. A great idea, but are we sure the rest of those drop panels can support the weight of those cats?
This is a video of super cutie Hosico (Japanese: ‘star child’), a Scottish Fold cat wearing his Halloween costume for this year: a spider. He doesn’t really do much in it though because, just like putting a piece of slightly tacky tape on the back of a cat, he senses
This is a short video from Belfast, Northern Ireland of 8-year old dog Brewster requesting access to the living room and 17-year old cat Kit denying that request. I’m not sure what would happen if Brewster built up the courage to just try and pass, but probably a paw to
These are four videos (to prove it’s a learned behavior and not just a one-time occurrence) of a hungry cat removing a landline phone from its cradle (Cat’s In The Cradle! — hit it, Harry Chapin) so it starts making the off-hook tone as a sort of makeshift alarm clock
This is some security cam footage from a bar in Krasnorad, Russia of a cat falling through what appears to be a ceiling made of insulating foam panels, going wild for a few seconds, taking a victory lap celebrating the destruction it just caused, then quickly peacing out. Thankfully, the
This is a photo of Twitter user @aleashuhh’s cat performing a fairly convincing version of the detachable thumb trick — except with an entire leg — thanks to a tucked paw and the fortuitous position of a dog bone. In @aleashuhh’s own words: “Nearly had a heart attack.” Obviously, I
Note: Volume on. Because the internet will never stop kitten around, this is a video of longhair and shorthair tabby cats licking their way to a heart shape made out of some sort of delicious looking food paste, as viewed from underneath a glass table. Unsurprisingly, the shorthair gets there
This is a video demonstration of Ebisu the cat mimicking the actions of her owner and dog trainer Fumi Higaki, who used the ‘Do As I Do’ dog training paradigm to teach Ebisu to repeat the movements she makes. Impressive! For reference, the only human movements my cat mimics are