madhattersfutterwhacken:

greymichaela:

validatemyselfhate:

biliouskaiju:

My new favorite gif set. 

how do cats stay alive for more than three seconds

Cats are so fucking stupid I want a thousand

How come when I get a cat she’s just lazy and mean while these nigguhs get the best of the best

(Fonte: iraffiruse)

teenytigress:

thefacelessmage:

myangeldestiel:

15 pictures to prove that cats are liquids

Alternate Title:

10 cats who have made terrible mistakes and 5 other ones

Are they eveN REAL

emmi-kat:

basingtei:

madameatomicbomb:

catsarejudgingyou:

We’re rightfully terrified right now.

"BE PREPARED FOR THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME! BE PREPARED FOR SENSATIONAL NEEEEEWWWWWSSS!"

A shining new era is tiptoeing nearer!

emmi-kat:

basingtei:

madameatomicbomb:

catsarejudgingyou:

We’re rightfully terrified right now.

"BE PREPARED FOR THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME! BE PREPARED FOR SENSATIONAL NEEEEEWWWWWSSS!"

A shining new era is tiptoeing nearer!

(Fonte: rafi0pafi)

wolverxne:

Arnie, a stray cat who became known for his extraordinary talent as a “babysitter” of abandoned newborn animals brought to the Linton Zoo, passed away peacefully last week.  Arnie’s favorite creatures were lion cubs, and he babysat all four of the zoo’s adult lions as well as some of their cubs. 

Arnie wandered onto the zoo property in 2000 and quickly worked his way into the hearts of the zoo staff.  Named after Arnold Schwarzenegger, Arnie gained fame after photos of him with a lion cub made international headlines.  Even after his moments in the spotlight, Arnie didn’t let fame go to his head.  He continued in his role as a friend to all, greeting zoo guests (especially those who were carrying tasty treats), controlling pests, and cheering up anyone who was feeling down.

Linton Zoo staff described Arnie as a “real live Garfield” whose outstanding personality will be missed by not only the people who loved him, but by his many animal friends around the zoo - especially the animals that he babysat over the years. {Article}

Rest in peace, Arnie.