Is Justin Timberlake the cat's meow?
We’re pretty sure this parody of his “Suit & Tie” video is better than the original — thanks to the cats. And if you enjoyed the goat remix of Taylor Swift's "I Knew You Were Trouble," then this video is right up your alley.
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Your cat knows she's fancy — and she reminds you of it all the time. You humor her by offering nothing but the best cat treats, but if you're storing them in a plain old plastic container, you're not living up to kitty's expectations.
Instead of that ugly Tupperware, keep your cat's treats in this beautiful jar from artist Arthur Court. This storage container combines a pebbled glass jar and a stylish aluminum lid, with a signature Arthur Court sculpture of a cat reaching for a fish. It is guaranteed to raise the level of snack-time sophistication for your cat. (And also guaranteed to look better on your kitchen counter than that plastic monstrosity.) There is also a companion dog treat canister available for the sophisticated pooch. Both make ideal wedding or housewarming gifts for your pet-loving friends.
These pieces are not dishwasher-safe. Hand wash, and dry the aluminum top immediately to prevent staining.
Easy there, little guy. Milk is for drinking, not for bathing!
Instead, he’s depressed that his owner gets all the credit.
Dun dun. Dun dun… a cat wearing a costume and riding a Roomba vacuum does his best shark impression while chasing a little duckling. Oh, and a dog in a hammerhead shark costume eventually gets into the mix too.
The video was posted on YouTube right after Halloween (hence the costumes), but it’s taken the Internet by storm just this week. And we don’t want you to miss it!
If the idea of wearing a cat sweater makes you think of your grandmother, think again: Cat prints can be hip and cool and totally stylish. No, really!
This plus-size sweater is the perfect option for chic cat ladies. The simple black cat illustration has a beatnik hipster vibe to it that provides an instant shot of cool to any outfit. Made of 100 percent acrylic, this sweater is a cozy option for work or the weekend. Pair with skinny jeans or a pencil skirt, or with leggings for a Saturday of snuggling with your own feline. Add a beret for the ideal hip cat look. Nothing grandmotherly about this style.
We’ve always known those feline Internet sensations were destined for bigger things. Now, several of our favorites will appear in the documentary Lil Bub & Friendz, which debuts at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City on April 18.
The 65-minute film, produced by VICE, follows the lovable perma-kitten Lil Bub as she and her owner, Mike Bridavsky, hit the road to meet other cat celebrities.
They include Grumpy Cat (aka Tardar Sauce), who always looks like she’s frowning; Keyboard Cat, known from a video shot in the 1980s that was posted on YouTube in 2007; and Nyan Cat, a cat animation with the body of a Pop-Tart who flies through space to a Japanese pop song.
Tired of the standard boxy, carpet-covered cat tree? Does your feline demand the utmost in contemporary design? Not to worry — Cincinnati-based Cattino has you covered.
Design guru Nathan Workman, in partnership with his furry consultant “Miss Trudy,” painstakingly tested the Cattino concept over several incarnations. Finally they arrived at today’s striking product, which features a cool birch wood kitty design, stylish fabric patterns for its two “hammocks,” and a sturdy scratching pad to boot.
Cattino is easy to assemble in the home, and, through Workman’s Etsy site, you can order more scratching pads plus a variety of hammock patterns, just in case your cat’s distinguished taste changes. Not that a cat's ever been known to be finnicky.
It can be... trying, to say the least, to get your pet to sit still for a family portrait. And when you throw a child into the mix, it only gets harder. The number of shots it takes to get everyone smiling, looking at the camera and not flailing around may or may not be the number of shots it takes to drive the family photographer absolutely nuts. Happily, we've found a creative (and supercute) solution: a custom cross stitch portrait!
The Custom Cross Stitch People Portrait from Uncommon Goods offers several options, including a couple only, a couple with one or two pets, a couple with one or two children, and a couple, one child and a pet. There's a simple form to fill out for personalization, but you also have the option to send in photos of the subjects you want in the portrait to give the artist a better feel for your family's vibe.
Anybody else wishing they'd perfected the art of this hobby back in the eighties when it was popular the first time? Yep. Us too.
Whether you wear it to honor a furry friend or just because you love cats, these pieces will make you look ferocious. Or — dare we say it? — furr-rocious. (Yes, we said it.)
Thanks to the fine feline-loving folks at Hauspanther who brought this to our attention, cat lovers can adorn themselves with these pretty pieces from Buggadesign on Etsy. There are plenty of black acrylic jewelry items to choose from, including a brooch, earrings and necklaces. Crystal accents will catch the eye of other cat people, and the sleek design makes each piece an easy add-on to any outfit.
We're sure all your pals will say "me-wow" to your new bling!