The one on the far left looks like he’s waiting for the check at a restaurant, and he just knows everyone is going to want to split it evenly: “I didn’t have any wine. I had a Diet Coke. Why do I have to pay for your wine?”
I like to think the squirrel is the mother kissing her kitten son goodbye on his first day to school.
Some of those cats are clearly Ninja masters and some of them are…well, not so much.
The clear winners: Kitten on the rope at the end and the cat that ran around the walls Matrix-style.
Cat Goal #3: Finding the seemingly most uncomfortable position possible and sleeping there.
Cat Goal #4: Do the above, all day.
A poster on Reddit came across this pile of cuteness while out camping with his dog and a few friends.
The dog was running around the boat like crazy whimpering and I couldn’t figure out why.
She went in to investigate more closely…
Sophistikitty: Oh, I say! Would you be a chap and fetch me a saucer of milk?
The age old saying ‘fighting like dogs and cats’ has been dispelled by a pair of unlikely friends at Battersea Cats and Dogs Home (the Old Windsor branch, in Berkshire in the UK).
At just weeks old, Buttons the puppy and Kitty the kitten were both abandoned from a very young age and are now being hand-reared together. So close is their bond that they sleep together, play together and even feed together.
Battersea Veterinary Nurse Sascha Taylor says:
Normally we’d hand rear puppies and kittens separately but we thought we could try putting them together as they are both so young. Luckily it’s paid off as they adore being with each other and do everything together – it’s really very sweet. Hand-rearing them is hard work – I have to feed them every two hours, even throughout the night – but it’s totally worth it. We’re not sure if they’ll be re-homed together, though it would be great if they did!
Here are Buttons and Kitty looking cute together:
Catching some Z’s together: