nevertoomanyspiders:

sirspookers:

zedigalis:

martininamerica:

Mozzarella does her best impression of a sausage.

I just love how after he asks if it’s a sausage, it looks down like “oh shit! I am a sausage :o”

“Are you a sausage?”
“*cats looks down and back up* yah”

I love it when cats open their mouths wide open and all that comes out is a small peep

thenatsdorf:

Postcat. (via thefoxwrites)

thenatsdorf:

Perfect pitch cat. 

thenatsdorf:

Here kiity kitty (wait for it) (via wiemjak)

thenatsdorf:

Just “borrowing” the spatula. (via kelscarroll13)

naamahdarling:

strawberryjellystuff:

sandersstudies:

My favorite part is when the kitty runs to the window and looks out like “the outside stuff????? It is inside?????”

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Y’all this is a great video to study to observe the body language of a very happy but also very excited cat.  Lots of people see videos of excited cats doing things like climb rock climbing walls or get on small boats and think they are angry or scared, when they aren’t.  Here’s a good example of happy excitement and tension in a cat where the cat’s pleasure is easy to see.  The cat’s tail is lashing and its ears are going backward and forward like crazy, but the cat is not angry, it is merely off its shits because snow is just incredible.  This is a wildlyplayful cat which might play-attack a hand or other animal because it is so excited, but not out of anger.  Note the zoomies at the end to burn off some of that energy!

Think about it. When we humans do something fun and very physical, our bodies are often tense, at the ready, and a lot of our body language does look kind of aggressive or even scared. Cats are the same!  Animals at play or investigating new things often show some tension, but tension is not the same as anger or fear!

hawthornhedge:

Happy caturday! Please enjoy my cat slurping his treat.

princesstigerbelle:

librariandilettante:

luisonte:

Taluegoooorl

Because I want tooooooooooooooo…!

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