On the internet, nobody knows you're a cat, which makes it even stranger when one of these geeky and adorable kittens comes across a photo of themselves while browsing. Who knows, we may only be a few years off from actual tablets designed specifically for animals, but in the meantime, app developers will continue pushing the limit. Click here to view the first image in this week's geek life gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of the weirdest instrument you'll see today.
You know how fish tanks have glass sides that let anyone peer in to see what the aquatic animals are up to at any given time. Well, not a geeky dad has decided to build one exclusively for cats, and calls it the "Cataquarium". This person apparently lives on a farm and has included a ramp so any cats caught outside in bad weather can find its way into a cozy little box, complete with viewing window. Continue reading for up-close images.
Another day, another batch cat pictures that have gone viral overnight. This time, they're from Japan, and cat owners are basically placing strips of hand-drawn cartoon / anime eyes in front of their cats. The official term is "cat montage" (neko montaaju), and it's strange to say the least. Want to find more? Just search for the Japanese term on Twitter. Continue reading to see some of the best so far.
Geeky cat lovers are probably guessing that it's the empty cardboard boxes, but the $20 Duktig doll bed is apparently their favorite piece of IKEA furniture. It's officially a toy bed for children's dolls, but the slot at either end lets them stick their tails out if they want to relax. There are even some rabbits and dogs that are using them now too. Continue reading for more pictures.
You know how sometimes random objects start appearing in the clouds? Well, the same can be said for cats, as in if you look long enough, you'll probably capture them in a certain pose or with a certain facial expressions that resembles something else. For example, the cat you see above unmistakeably resembles The Dark Knight himself, complete with pointy ears. Continue reading for more.
Monty isn't just any cat, when not gathering likes and shares on social media, he can be found in Copenhagen with two other feline friends. What makes her unique is that she was born without a nasal bridge bone due to a chromosomal abnormality, which also gives him a very unique look. One problem, he tends to sneeze more than most cats. Continue reading for more images and information.
If Tardar Sauce "The Grumpy Cat" is already a famous internet meme, but Garfi the Persian "Angry Cat" isn't far behind. Despite the mean-looking expression, Garfi is a sweet and kind cat, according to its owner. "He's a great model, and his similarity to Garfield is indeed striking. Garfi lives in Turkey with his owner Hulya Ozkok, surrounded by a big family and his other cat friends," says Bored Panda. Continue reading for more images.
First off, the act of somebody being taken red-handed (red-pawed in this case) means that they are either in the act of committing a crime or with clear evidence of it about them. All of these cats were captured by their owner(s) at the perfect time, or at least in the act of stealing something. No matter what kind of food it is, these felines will find a way to get at it. Continue reading for more.
It was not until the 15th century that spies were specially trained for their purpose. It was around this time that the word shinobi appeared to define and clearly identify ninja as a secretive group of agents. The ninja were stealth soldiers and mercenaries hired mostly by daimyos. Their primary roles were those of espionage and sabotage, although assassinations were also attributed to ninja. In battle, the ninja could also be used to cause confusion amongst the enemy. Cats just might be ninjas of the animal world, and these images show why. Continue reading for more.
What better place for your cat(s) to train from the next Ninja Warrior competition than with an Indiana Jones-inspired bridge? According to its creator, "The bridge slats are 8.75" wide and roped together. The railing is hand-woven twine to lessen the swing and give the cats the ability to lounge on the bridge. Our cats love sleeping in the bridge and our 15lb cat sleeps on his back in it. " Continue reading for more cool gadgets and accessories geeks (and your cats) would love.