Every cat can be Keyboard Cat with this synthesizer cat scratcher from Suck UK. The Mog Sub Catty Feline Synthesizer features a large cardboard scratching surface in place of keys, along with a pitch/mod ball for kitty to bat at. Buy a bunch, and let your kitty pretend to be this guy.
If the internet is to be believed, kitty cats are cute furballs who like to knock things off of tables and star in memes. WVW’s educational video shows us the truth, revealing the never-before-seen inner-workings of a feline. They’ve also posted a How a Bird Works video.
The Kiffness has made a career out of turning silly animal sounds into songs. This time, he started with footage of an orange tabby making noises that vaguely sound like a human with a mouth full of gauze. But once The Kiff added his music and vocals, it all makes perfect sense to us.
This might not be the first cat to utter the words “Oh Long Johnson,” but this vocal kitty is even better thanks to added lyrics and music by The Kiffness. The track Hold Onto My Fur is a groovy earworm that will have you singing along with the talkative orange kitty from China.
If you’re a cat left home all day, you might feel lonely. Musician The Kiffness spotted a video of a seemingly forlorn house cat and wrote music and lyrics for the kitty’s melancholy thoughts. Seriously, he’s only got two crumbs of food left! Kiffness fans and cat lovers can grab the track on Spotify and Apple Music on 6.16.23.
We’ve finally found Bigfoot, and it turns out the elusive beast is not what we thought it was. Actually, Sasquatch is just a bunch of cats smooshed together. This delightfully weird 1000-piece Catsquatch puzzle was illustrated by artist Shyama Golden, as part of Fred’s Artist Series.
Uncommon Goods sells this fun and fanciful chess set for opposing fans of felines and canines. The set comes with a folding game board that doubles as a storage box and a full set of handpainted cats and dogs wearing playful hats to represent their roles in the game.
If you’ve eaten at a Japanese restaurant, you’ve probably seen a maneki-neko. These decorative cat figurines are believed to bring good luck to those who possess one, so they’re incredibly popular. Process X visited the Umetsuki Tomimoto Doll Garden factory, birthplace of roughly 80% of ceramic maneki-neko sold in Japan.
We’ve seen a LEGO machine that could make pancakes, so the idea of a brick-built cake bakery isn’t that far-fetched. But Tomosteen made their LEGO cake factory using stop-motion animation. The fanciful facility is run by a team of tiny cats, who surprisingly don’t lap up the batter before it can be baked in the LEGO brick oven.
This home security camera keeps watch over your dogs when you’re away. Not only does it provide crystal-clear HD video and audio of your pup, but it also has a rotating treat-tossing mechanism you can activate remotely. Its audio sensors can alert you when your dog barks, and you can speak back via your phone to provide commands.
Woodworker Frank Howarth has two cats: Cinnamon and Waffles. He wanted to give them a place to hang out in his craft room, so he built a series of hexagonal units that hang on the French cleats that he previously installed. The modular system allows for reconfiguration without permanently mounting its units.
When the local pigeons wreak havoc on his hometown, Prince Michael and his furry pals decide to take action. After a failed attempt at a ground offensive, the cats (and dog) of Aaron’s Animals take to the skies in tiny fighter jets on a mission to defeat their avian, poop-bombing foes.
Musician and streamer Drew on the Kit likes to take viral videos and improvise drum beats to them. We’ve compiled a few of our favorite clips into a YouTube playlist, including cats, dogs, birds, and people doing their thing with a new rhythm section. You can catch his live stream performances on Twitch.
If there’s one thing that cats love, it’s fish. After watching her kitty staring at her fish tank, animal lover Melissa Krieger commissioned a custom aquarium with an observation viewport so her cat Jasper can enjoy the fishies up close and personal. The tank was built by Cincinnati’s Aquatics and Exotics.
One of the many memorable images in My Neighbor Totoro is Catbus. Studson Studios thought it would be fun to redesign the walking bus as if it was Garfield. It’s not an original idea, but the first time we’ve seen the orange Catbus brought to life as a 3-dimensional object. We imagine it’s powered by lasagna, not gasoline.
There’s been a lot of hype and interest in the game Stray, mostly because you get to play the entire game as a cat. The game looks and sounds great too, but it’s far from perfect. Videogamedunkey provides his typical blend of humor and honesty about the game’s presentation, controls, story, and depth.
Here, kitty kitty! What’s that you say? Meow’ll be back? Get to the catnip? Littlebigdaddy redubbed a series of cat videos, replacing the the meows with an exaggerated impression of Arnold Schwarzenegger. The result is internet gold… at least until it gets really annoying.
Stop your cat from clawing up your couch, and train them to do a 360 Varial Kickflip instead. While we’re not certain that SuckUK’s skateboard cat scratcher will turn your kitty into the next Tony Hawk or Bob Burnquist, it should keep their claws trimmed and their desire to destroy your furniture to a minimum.
It’s hard to get a cat to do anything on command, so we’re impressed that this musician managed to train his cat Badu to meow along whenever he snaps his fingers and points. Now that we think about it, it’s really Badu that’s in charge and making his human perform on command.
While taking an ultralight for a scenic flight, pilot Romain Jantot and his passenger were greeted by an unexpected companion. Apparently, this cat decided to crawl inside the airplane’s wing before take-off and got a free flight out of the deal. The kitty seemed relatively unphased by the wind and altitude.
After The Kiffness remixed the gurgly sounding Alugalug Cat and subsequently upgraded it with an international symphony, the track continued to make the round on social media. It eventually landed in the hands of MiMo, who stitched together Kiff’s beat with a bunch of other musicians from TikTok and enhanced it with a funky mix of jazz and rap.
OwlKitty envisions what James Cameron’s 1997 classic Titanic might have been like if Leonardo DiCaprio fell in love with Cat Winslet instead of Kate Winslet. Relive classic moments like the intimate portrait, the third-class dance, and flying on the ship’s bow. And we thought that cats didn’t like water.