As any cat owner who's ever received a package can attest, cats fucking love boxes. But why? Why can't I open an Amazon package without my cat parking his furry ass inside his new cardboard castle and staring up at me like, "What're you gonna do about it, loser?"
The Pet Collective regularly remakes trailers for popular movies, but with kittens. Now they've gotten around to Gone Girl, and—surprise!—it is weird as hell. Seeing the whole flick condensed into a couple of minutes really drives home the unlikeliness of the plot, and the accents are terrible.
If pressed, even the most devoted cat lovers will surely admit that cats are tiny bundles of teeth and mystery. Why do they do anything? Why is that expensive couch such an appealing scratching post? Must Skittles walk on the clean kitchen counters immediately after burying his own shit?
Autumn leaves, man. Already they are raining down upon America's yards and driveways and streets and porches. Don't worry, though—our pets are making sure those crumpled veggie solar panels don't mount some sort of uprising. For instance this cat, via Tastefully Offensive, who is waging a singlehanded war on this…
Apps for cats make sense in theory—they'll chase a laser pointer, so why not a digital critter racing around a touchscreen? But as anyone who's cycled through several brands of pet food will attest, cats are picky little cretins. Designing for them isn't as easy as slapping a mouse on a background and watching the…
A self-described "cat daddy" left $800,000 to a California humane society, expressly for taking care of cats. That's a lot of Fancy Feast and feather wands!
Very important cat news: Guinness World Records has named a new feline to the title of world's oldest cat. Her name is Poppy, and she is 24. Happy birthday, Poppy! (When you are that old, you're entitled to be told "happy birthday" every single day.)