This video is entitled “Cute Baby Cat,” but it is so much more than that. So much, much more. It’s a video of a kitten in a dress drinking from a dropper of milk and it is incredibly important. I am sitting in my living room rocking back and forth because this video is fucking game over and my therapist is out of town…
Science brought us some good news last week: you may be able to recast your procrastination on YouTube as a form of digital pet therapy. A new study, published in Computers in Human Behavior, suggests that watching cat videos on the internet might actually be good for you.
A team of geneticists is ready to unlock the secrets behind Internet celebrity cat Lil Bub’s unique appearance.
These cats would like to sell you a cell phone while wearing an adorable button-up shirt and a cable knit cardigan. I am not kidding.
This morning, everyone lost their shit over Tara, the hero cat of Bakersfield who saved her owner's 4-year-old son from an unprovoked dog attack in one of the greatest cat videos of all time. Now, Tara finally speaks. Kind of.
Sometimes, it's hard finding friends out there in the big, wide world, especially if you're a dog and the buddy you're aiming for is a cat.
Hey, why watch just one cat video when you can watch this compilation of the funniest cat videos we found just for you! There's sleeping cats, cats playing, cats taking baths, cats in funny hats, cats trying to drink out of a water glass like people, cats stuck in weird things, surprise cats, cats climbing things and…
My involvement with cat videos has been an inter-office joke ever since I was addressed as "Internet Cat Expert Madeleine Davies" in a professional email query. But if you came to me seeking career advice, asking how you too may one day have the prestigious title of Internet Cat Expert, I would have no idea what to…
At some not-so-distant point in the future, art history courses in college might spend as many as two whole lecture periods showing students cat videos from the internet's early adolescence, when domestic feline ribaldry was the pinnacle of high art. The Walker Art Center, "a well-regarded museum of modern art in…
Okay, this 1939 comic from Cuban Communist newspaper Noticias de Hoy isn't exactly a video. But it does show that the appeal of the cat-in-box genre is longstanding. Wonder if Noticias ever had any comics about adorable drugged-out children or leaving pop stars alone.
Once I had a cat that liked to lick people's armpits. Late at night, one would awake to find she'd burrowed under the sheets, her tiny, furry head pressing into one's armpit, followed inevitably by a scratchy, darting tongue. I would lie there, wracked with ticklishness, but unable to bring myself to swat the poor…
Here are a few things that the Internet loves: Fucking; Photoshop, fast food; Cats. Itself. And sexism, too! We had it all this year. Check out the most-read stories of the year and you'll see what we mean.
Question: What's better than an adorable kitten? Answer: A playful feline sorcerer with the ability to light up the living room floor. Video after the jump.
A recent study (sponsored by Purina, ahem) put cameras on housecats and found that they only sleep 6% of the day, the same amount of time they spend "looking at television, computers, DVDs or other media."
Got two minutes to spare? Check out this cute video of two persistent kitties trying to run up a slick plastic slide. It's a DIY cat-treadmill workout. Clip after the jump.