UNIHABITAT's Mewgaroo Hoodie became an internet sensation last year, but now, the company has unveiled a new version, just for the summer. Its made from 100% double-knit cotton, keeping the fabric breathable and comfortable in hot weather, while the integrated cinch pouch can hold up to 15-pounds, perfect for your feline friend(s). Continue reading for more pictures and information.
This isn't a concept or computer-render, but rather a real product from ThinkGeek. The Twitchy Kitty Electronic Tail straps onto the back of your waistband and has a tail that curls from side to side when switched on. Though it's not thought-controlled, this gadget is still a great bit of fun for cat costumes. Click here to view the first image in this week's things that look like other things gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a whisky barrel turned snowboard.
Imgur user "pigeonkitty" made it so their laptop would snap a photo after three incorrect password attempts, just in case someone is trying to brute force for illegal access. However, one day, their house cat just happened to be playing around the computer, and the this happened. "I just got a text alert on my phone with this image attached," according to pigeonkitty. Continue reading for another video showing what it's actually like to work with cats around on a daily basis.
There's Grumpy Cat, and then Smoothie, currently the internet's most photogenic cat, or many would like to think. She's a British Longhair living in Luxembourg with her owner, with thousands of Instagram fans. Apart from its coat length, the British Longhair is identical to the British Shorthair. The coat is lustrous and physique is stout in general. The head is broad, and round or even squarish, with bright circular eyes and short ears. Continue reading for a video and more information about the breed.
A gamer who goes by "CatastrophiCreations" online has turned an entire room into a stage from Super Mario Brothers. You'll find Bullet Bill, a coin block, and most importantly, functional warp pipes. "Our favorite video game is now actively getting played in our living room...by our cats. Complete with bullets and cannon balls to jump from," said its creator. Continue reading for more pictures.
Russia-based Nitronos Motostudio has released a new line of cat-themed motorcycle helmets, and they can be customized however the customer wants, including special designs. "We took a modern and convenient IXS-1000 as a basis of this helmet. Each helmet is equipped with a single light protective visor and integral folding sun-visor. The helmet has a removable lining of 100% polyester as well as the double ventilation," said Nitornos. Click here for more pictures of the cat helmets. Continue reading for another video
GoPro cameras aren't just for capturing action footage, as this cat has mastered the art of selfies using one. Apparently, Manny the cat learned this skill when the animal reached out to touch the camera during a shoot one day. Now, its owner just places the device in random places, in hopes that Manny will walk over and press the magic button. Continue reading for more funny selfies by Manny.
Griz and Norm Lemay are two Disney animators who decided to use the company's Star Wars brand in a creative way...reimagining famous characters, like BB-8, with cats. You'll see Rey with a Bengal cat perched atop her shoulder, both looking to escape the arid desert that is Jakku, while Princess Leia is kept company by a fluffy white cat. Continue reading to see more. Click here to view more bonus funny and cool Star Wars images.
These days, there are companies that specialize in selling empty gag product boxes, but "Mohu Mohu Odeko no Kaori" (Fluffy Forehead Fragrance) Fabric Water from Japan-based retailer Felissimo isn't one of them. Available a 3.4-ounce bottle, priced at $10.60, this product is described as sweet and aromatic, designed to freshen up fabrics like cushions. You could also pick up a $25 kitten head plush toy to spray it on. Continue reading for more pictures and information. click here to see cats as 1960s scientists and pilots.
The Whiskas Catstacam is essentially a wearable collar camera that weighs in at just 1.5-ounces, and is designed to automatically take pictures from your feline's point of view. The fun doesn't stop there, it also posts the snaps onto your cat's very own Instagram account. Approximately six photos are snapped every minute, and then batch uploaded when connected to a Wi-Fi network. Continue reading for more cool items your cat would love.