Cute Cat Videos (34)
As we head into the warm summer months, most people crave fresh, in-season-fruit to help combat the heat. Juicy watermelon is a refreshing treat that can definitely get a little messy.
But that doesn't stop this fruit-loving feline, Pancake, from digging in. This Exotic Shorthair makes eating watermelon look especially cute, as he chows down on a juicy slice for himself. Not only does Pancake fight the heat of summer — he is a crime-fighting superhero as well!
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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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!
When you’re a parent, everyone wants to give you advice. But it’s so much easier to accept when it comes in the form of a kitten demonstration.
Below, Coco the cat shows off her mothering abilities with her happy brood.
One little kitten with a sad start to her life has a much brighter future thanks to the robotics club at a Colorado high school, reports the Denver Post.
The Conifer High School robotics club came to the aid of Flipper, a 9-month-old cat at the Aspen Park Veterinary Hospital by building the longhaired kitten a customized cat cart. The hospital is a regular donor to the club, and when they approached the high school crew, the students were ready for the challenge.
Flipper came to the hospital months ago with a broken back that left her unable to use her hind legs. It took the robotics club a few months and numerous prototypes, but the end result has been well worth it.
"There's been significant improvement and that supposedly doesn't happen," veterinarian H.C. "Doc" Gurney said.
The partially paralyzed kitten wears the device for about two hours a day, during which time she gets around fairly well, although she occasionally takes a corner a little too tightly and hits a wall. She's in good hands, however; the hospital intends to keep here there so they can continue to care for her.
Many cats wile away their days lounging by the window or batting at stinkbugs, but not young Daniel King’s felines – Cashmere and Puffy spend as much time leaping over obstacles as the kids who made it to the Temple Run in Legends of the Hidden Temple. (Remember that awesome 90’s Nickelodeon game show?)
We can hardly get our cats to let us pick them up, so major props to King for his impressive kitty training skills.