This poor cat, named Lucy, verbally expresses her feelings by repeatedly saying “no more” while her human is giving her a bath.
Here’s indisputable proof that cats just want to make fools out of us. In the following photo, a cat is seen sitting a photo of itself with a caption that reads, ‘MISSING’.
No one knows for sure how this cat went missing or how it got back, but one thing is clear: the mystery of the missing cat has been solved and humans are once again inferior to their feline masters.
Meet Sonya, she took in a litter of prickly orphan critters. Four orphaned hedgehog babies found their new mom after they lost their own. The cat mama started nursing them alongside her own kitten when they were introduced to her. Her motherly instinct kicked in and she adopted them as her own.
The little hedgehogs not only have gained a new mom, but also a furry kitty brother. It is an unusual but very happy and adorable family.
This is Bubba, a cat so popular at Leland High School in San Jose, California he was issued his own “student” ID card. Bubba is not a stray cat, but a close neighbor to the high school. The Marienthal family’s yard backs up to the school’s campus.
A tabby kitten found his human mom when she was 5 months pregnant. Now months later, the kitty and his little human sister are inseparable.
“This is their day-to-day life. I don’t think I could keep them apart if I tried,” the mom wrote via reddit.
Charlie dog died of cancer 2 weeks ago. Scout kitty loved him more than anything.
The first night I brought her home at 5.5 weeks old, she couldn’t sleep unless she was nestled up to my doggy.
Humans Of New York is a popular blog highlighting everyday people on the streets of New York with candid photos and a personal quote about their life. This inside peek into real peoples’ everyday lives fascinates the world, but there’s only one thing missing… what about all of the cats in New York?
Comedian Jim Tews has the puurrfect solution; he has created his own spin-off of the popular blog titled Felines Of New York (FONY). Instead of featuring humans, Tews focuses solely on capturing photos of cats along with personal quotes representing some of their deepest secrets and personal factoids.