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Geeky cat owners who love technology rejoice! A California-based startup has unveild Bistro, a cat feeder that tracks appetite and weight change patterns using "cat facial-recognition technology." Featuring a built-in camera that constantly monitors a cat as it eat and drinks and then transmits the info to a live video feed, which owners can view on their smartphone using a special app. That's not all, "the device also measures and charts the amount of food and water a cat is consuming, so owners can easily notice strange behavior," says Mashable. Continue reading for a video, more information, and the project page.

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Think of One Fast Cat as a giant hamster wheel treadmill hybrid for cats. According to its creator, Sean Farley, "There are many ways to keep your cat lively, giving them access to energetic companions, making a play session part of their day, and/or offering them tempting exercise equipment for use when you're not at home...that's why we came up with 'One Fast Cat' cat wheel." Continue reading for a video, more information and the Kickstarter page.

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Photo credit: Sebastian Magnani

This followup to Swiss photographer Sebastian Magnani's series Underdogs basically matches cats with their respective owners. To create these interesting photos, he first shot the owners and their cats in the same portrait style. Next, Magani spent 6-8 hours on each set of images, splicing them together. These photos were shot all over Switzerland and the results are quite weird to say the least. Continue reading to see them all.

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You've probably seen her before in the internet, but Venus', the feline with a split-toned face and heterochromatic colored eyes, from North Carolina has recently gone viral on the internet. Though infrequently seen in humans, complete heterochromia is more frequently observed in other species, where it almost always involves one blue eye, like Venus. The blue eye occurs within a white spot, where melanin is absent from the skin and hair. Continue reading for a video.

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Photo credit: Wendy McKee

Wendy McKee, a Texas-based photographer gave new life to a litter of kittens by dressing them up as characters from famous movies / TV shows like Star Wars, The Wizard of Oz, The Lord of the Rings, Doctor Who, and Game of Thrones. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny Facebook status updates gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a last-minute skydiving chute pull that will make your heart skip a beat.

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Ever wonder why some cats just love standing on two legs like humans do? Well, aside from trying to earn some treats, some cats really try to make the effort and stand on their hind legs in an attempt to head butt a body part on or as near to your face as they can manage. Once you have been suitably rubbed your cat will then take himself off to groom his body and check out your scent. Continue reading for more.

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Introducing Zarathustra, a fat cat who became an internet sensation after his geeky owner, Svetlana Petrova, decided add him to some legendary portraits. Bored Panda reports that Svetlana inherited Zarathustra from her late mother, and the cat was so well-fed that there was no question about what to call the project: Fat Cat Art. Continue reading to see more.

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Hey, maybe cats really do know how to use computers. I mean, they probably spend hours observing their human owners each and everyday. On a related note, did you know that the first recorded use of the word "computer" is also from the 17th century? It applied to human computers, people who performed calculations, often as employment. The first computer devices were conceived of in the 19th century, and only emerged in their modern form in the 1940s. Continue reading for more.

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Living with more than one cat is too much to handle for some, but this man from Goleta, California took things to the next level. On the inside of this unassuming home, you'll find a spiral walkway, tiny stairs to leading to various kitty ledges and climbing polls that double as scratching posts. That's not all, there's also a new ventilation system to ensure that the air is regulated - a necessity for a home housing so many animals. The home office is decked out with an entire wall of kitty walkways running on slight inclines; In one of the bathrooms, there's a tiny staircase that leads from the side of the tub up to a network of ledges, forming a kitty-friendly path along the top of the room. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Sleeping in all day, everyday, won't win you any awards in the real world, but if you're Shironeko the cat, it's an entirely different story. Shironeko (means "white cat" in Japanese) is known as the 'zen master cat' for his ability to be absolutely content with any location for sleeping 24/7. His owner constantly balances things on his head or gives him weird hats to wear just to prove it's not a fluke. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing what Disney's Frozen would be like as a horror movie.

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