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This funky and fluffy looking otocolobus manul (otherwise known as a Pallas’s cat) decides to pop out from its hideout to check out the video camera that was placed in its habitat and goes in for the ultimate close-up. OH HAI THERE.
Peanut, aka BaneCat must go on a visit to the veterinarian, and as usual, he torments his human keepers. While in the waiting room, he makes a new ally to help him carry out his evil plans to destroy Gotham the living room.
Boots is a very special cat. Sadly the kitten had its rear legs amputated due to an accident, but Boots is adapting amazingly well, overcoming her physical limitations with the best of them. Watch how she descends a staircase like a champ.
It’s been seven years since Keyboard Cat took the Internet by storm, and since then, he’s been taking it easy, chowing down on catnip, and living a life of leisure. But the cat is back, and it’s clear he’s been practicing in his downtime.
A young boy was playing outside his Bakersfield house on a trike when the unthinkable happened – the neighbor’s dog attacked. Thankfully, the family cat Tara was on the scene, scaring the mutt away before it could do any more damage.
YouTuber LeZ captured this hilarious blooper from the show La meilleure boulangerie de France (“The Best Bakery in France”). Is this a French, a bakery or a French bakery inside joke? Original video here; skip to 11:58.
Bl00d Blitz put a Bane costume on his cat and appropriated the masked murderer’s lines from The Dark Knight Rises to expose the feline’s villainy. We’re amazed he was able to make such an evil creature wear a costume.
The famous raptor scene in Jurassic Park had us wetting our pants when we were kids. Thankfully, the guys at We Are Camera Studio have made the sequence a little less frightening for today’s generation. Or not.
Buzzfeed examines exactly how strange cat behavior can be by imagining what it would be like if humans acted like our feline companions. Not so cute after all. Quick, distract him with a giant laser pointer! Man, catsaresoweird.
There’s been a lot of talk about the shoddy workmanship of the Olympic facilities at Sochi, and this video sums it up. The acoustic tile ceiling of the Adler speed skating Arena was felled by a single feline back in October.
Didga the cat hops on his skateboard “Ollie” and takes to the streets of Australia to show off his not so much his ability to do skate tricks, but the incredible patience he has to to remain on the skateboard. And jumping over Rottweilers.
We don’t know if we should pity or envy this cat. All we know is that it clearly had its mind blown for a significant amount of time. What truth was revealed, cat? Or is this just another one of your catnip trips?
Drunk guy on the floor. Check. Annoyed cat. Check. Off-key song cover. Check. This short, nonsensical video clip has everything required to make for an Internet classic. What song would you serenade your cat with?
It seems like YouTuber 柴犬ひかりといちご thinks their Shiba Inu is trying to convince their kitten to come out, but perhaps we are witnessing something more profound. Wait… could it be? All hail Ceiling Kitten!
For an animal that supposedly has nine lives, some cats sure are afraid of the dumbestthings. Take this little kitty spotted by YouTube channel Catss Vidoz. Stick around until the end to see a real Meowth blast off.
Even though it only takes about 30 seconds to blast off, the build up to this cat’s epic jump is made just that much more suspenseful as Van Halen’s Jump sets the stage for feline greatness. Ok, maybe not.
As we all know, Al Gore invented the internet solely for the purpose of viewing cat videos. In this video, Eclectic Method serve up a heaping helping of YouTube cat vids the only way they know how – as a groovy electronic tune.
Shorty the cat casually passes by one of her human buddies, but then something dawns on her. Was it the balloon? Something behind the camera? We think she hid something back there that she didn’t want anyone to see.
Firefighter Cory Kalanick was wearing his GoPro camera when he entered a smoke-filled house and encountered a poor, unconscious kitty. It’s a little hard to watch the little guy when he’s lying there, but Cory helps nurse it back to life.
More footage of the rarest of cat breeds: the vacuum cat. If you’re feeling down, turn up the volume and bask in the sound of air caressing a cat’s tongue. And ask YouTuber CatAndHoover if it’s really just air coming out of the tube.
Meet Shula Von Hollow. Shula is the “Stanley Kubrick of cat videos” – directing her furry “catctors” for the World Wide W for the last 15 years. She’s also the only person we know of who can make a cat do anything.
An amusing collection of poetry written by cats. Or perhaps written by a human controlled by his cat master. Either way, why hasn’t this won a Pulitzer prize yet? Also available as a wall calendar – perfect for your kitty to claw at.
Despite being done in the style of classic arcade fighters, this battle between the internet’s best friend and man’s best friend is surprisingly accurate. Plus, whether you’re a cat lover or a dog lover, there’s a satisfying ending for you.
A cat is sick of his dull home life, when he realizes it would be so much more fun to be a dog. An entertaining and uplifting commercial for UK mobile provider O2. Though we still have absolutely no idea what it has to do with them.
While some of us like to think our pets are humans, this 10-minute compilation of animals acting like animals should set you straight. Our next Kickstarter projects: a cat-proof printer and mirrors that only reflect people.
Long before there was Grumpy Cat or Nyan Cat, there was Maru. The internet’s premiere box and bag dwelling cat recently celebrated his 6th birthday, and here’s a little retrospective to help celebrate the big day.
You might have thought that drifting around corners was an activity reserved for motorized vehicles, but it turns out that just like the Internet, cats are trying to horn in on mankind’s leisure activities once again.
Marvel at the difference between cats and dogs. In a masterful subversion of Pavlovian conditioning, Dan Sorkowitz trained his cat to train him. When it wants treats, it summons Dan with its bell. Who’s the pet here again?