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coloradoqueen: kingofrunes: yourshipsaregross: disgustinganimals: pizzacatsandboobs: kaible: This is one of my favorite posts because that cat’s fucking name is fucking meatloaf Let us just appreciate that this person’s dad didn’t know when they would be home and so he couldn’t plan for them to be able to join the family for dinner, but he knew with no doubts that dear sweet Meatloaf staying in that exact position for hours was an absolute in this scenario. Truly, that cat was named well. one of my favorite posts on tumblr over the course of 5 fucking years.. clearly i need a life Meatloaf is a reliable cat and did not steal the money for selfish reasons. A rare friend. I love Meatloaf. :) Bless Meatloaf Reblog Money Meatloaf to get surprise $40 : CHesTuplEL, Luve, DAD "Just got home from work and found this note from my dad on the fridge...a little confused, I walked to into the living room to find my cat as promised." coloradoqueen: kingofrunes: yourshipsaregross: disgustinganimals: pizzacatsandboobs: kaible: This is one of my favorite posts because that cat’s fucking name is fucking meatloaf Let us just appreciate that this person’s dad didn’t know when they would be home and so he couldn’t plan for them to be able to join the family for dinner, but he knew with no doubts that dear sweet Meatloaf staying in that exact position for hours was an absolute in this scenario. Truly, that cat was named well. one of my favorite posts on tumblr over the course of 5 fucking years.. clearly i need a life Meatloaf is a reliable cat and did not steal the money for selfish reasons. A rare friend. I love Meatloaf. :) Bless Meatloaf Reblog Money Meatloaf to get surprise $40
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magicianmew: laughterkey: ryanhatesthis: yournewapartment: bodecats: pools-of-venetianblue: this is the purest video you will see all day, it includes not only practical advice on how to make cats feel comfortable but also: the most patient and long suffering clawdia bob ross, but a vet  squish the cat squish the cat, but with a towel absolute unit mr. pirate a little chubby but quite beautiful please watch this immediately Squish! That! Cat! I considered myself to be well versed on cats/communicating with cats. I’ve lived with at least two cats my whole life, and currently live with two very different cats who I love. Apparently most cats are shoulder cats? My cat Mason has always been very nervous about going up on people’s shoulders, so I thought I’d try the “shoulder cat” technique. I had to help him up on my shoulders because he’s never done it himself before. But once I got him up there I squished him, he started purring like nobody’s business. I carried him around our entire apartment, up and down staircases, and he was so happy. He didn’t try to leave once! When I put him down he head butted me and meowed and was super affectionate. And of course I gave him a treat. TLDR- Even if you live with cats and think you understand cats, please watch this video.  This is honest to god one of the best videos I’ve ever seen Always reblog Pirate wants more shoulder. 💓 : magicianmew: laughterkey: ryanhatesthis: yournewapartment: bodecats: pools-of-venetianblue: this is the purest video you will see all day, it includes not only practical advice on how to make cats feel comfortable but also: the most patient and long suffering clawdia bob ross, but a vet  squish the cat squish the cat, but with a towel absolute unit mr. pirate a little chubby but quite beautiful please watch this immediately Squish! That! Cat! I considered myself to be well versed on cats/communicating with cats. I’ve lived with at least two cats my whole life, and currently live with two very different cats who I love. Apparently most cats are shoulder cats? My cat Mason has always been very nervous about going up on people’s shoulders, so I thought I’d try the “shoulder cat” technique. I had to help him up on my shoulders because he’s never done it himself before. But once I got him up there I squished him, he started purring like nobody’s business. I carried him around our entire apartment, up and down staircases, and he was so happy. He didn’t try to leave once! When I put him down he head butted me and meowed and was super affectionate. And of course I gave him a treat. TLDR- Even if you live with cats and think you understand cats, please watch this video.  This is honest to god one of the best videos I’ve ever seen Always reblog Pirate wants more shoulder. 💓

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captainekmanlarsson: shinethewaythrough: angryblackman: hokuto-ju-no-ken: unicornlordart: the-entire-furry-fandom: No, wait you don’t understand.  That cat became an icon THIS MONTH AND IS STILL ONE. that’s Jo-Pawveski, a stray who wandered onto the ice and past the nashville predators bench during round 2 of playoffs. They eventually picked her up and sent her to the humane society. Here she is. The SAN JOSE SHARKS won that game and attributed it to her, naming her after the Sharks captain: Joe Pavelski. When they found out she was a girl, they changed her name to Jo instead of Joe. She became an instant good luck charm after that as the Sharks won every game at home that series and moved onto round three. Since then, every game, they stack pucks and stick a idol to Jo for luck. This little cat has had merchendise made out of her. She’s literally almost replaced SJ sharkie as maschot of the team. I mean. I’m not making this up. I HAVE A RALLY TOWEL OF HER THEY GAVE OUT FOR GAME 1 OF THE 3RD ROUND. I OWN THIS FUCKING THING: FURRIES HAVE BEEN SHOWING UP DRESS AS HER.  She had her own livestream to check in on her. SHE’S IN THE PREGAME OPENING ANIMATION And so I know what you’re gonna say here. Well… what happened to Jo, though. Good news, This week, as Sharks made their first Stanley Cup, Jo and another Kitty were adopted.  And that kids, is the story of JO PAWVELSKI. The stray black cat of the San Jose Sharks.  I’m beaming with shark pride and I ain’t even that big into hockey @svartsvensk Didn’t a member of the team adopt her? Yes! Patrick Marleau’s family adopted her so now she’s Jo Marleau :) : PLAYER OF THE GAME Cat on the ice during pregame Wendy's NBA Eastern Conference Playoffs-First Round NBA CSN captainekmanlarsson: shinethewaythrough: angryblackman: hokuto-ju-no-ken: unicornlordart: the-entire-furry-fandom: No, wait you don’t understand.  That cat became an icon THIS MONTH AND IS STILL ONE. that’s Jo-Pawveski, a stray who wandered onto the ice and past the nashville predators bench during round 2 of playoffs. They eventually picked her up and sent her to the humane society. Here she is. The SAN JOSE SHARKS won that game and attributed it to her, naming her after the Sharks captain: Joe Pavelski. When they found out she was a girl, they changed her name to Jo instead of Joe. She became an instant good luck charm after that as the Sharks won every game at home that series and moved onto round three. Since then, every game, they stack pucks and stick a idol to Jo for luck. This little cat has had merchendise made out of her. She’s literally almost replaced SJ sharkie as maschot of the team. I mean. I’m not making this up. I HAVE A RALLY TOWEL OF HER THEY GAVE OUT FOR GAME 1 OF THE 3RD ROUND. I OWN THIS FUCKING THING: FURRIES HAVE BEEN SHOWING UP DRESS AS HER.  She had her own livestream to check in on her. SHE’S IN THE PREGAME OPENING ANIMATION And so I know what you’re gonna say here. Well… what happened to Jo, though. Good news, This week, as Sharks made their first Stanley Cup, Jo and another Kitty were adopted.  And that kids, is the story of JO PAWVELSKI. The stray black cat of the San Jose Sharks.  I’m beaming with shark pride and I ain’t even that big into hockey @svartsvensk Didn’t a member of the team adopt her? Yes! Patrick Marleau’s family adopted her so now she’s Jo Marleau :)
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archaicwonder: Rare Egyptian Bronze Cat Nursing Kittens, Late Dynastic, C. 712-343 BC A cast bronze fragment of a piece that was perhaps a cuff or applique. The ancient Egyptians, rather uniquely among the world’s civilizations, had an obsession with cats, both tame and fierce, large and small. Cats were domesticated to help protect crops from pests in Cyprus or possibly Mesopotamia (it is difficult to interpret the archaeological record on this matter for a variety of reasons), but the Egyptian’s love of cats seems to have gone above and beyond that of their contemporaries. The cemetery at Hierakonpolis includes a cat skeleton in a pre-Dynastic tomb (c. 3700 BC) that had a broken left humerus and right femur that seem to have been set by a human and allowed to heal before that cat’s ultimate death. The first illustration of a cat with a collar comes from a 5th Dynasty (c. 2500 to 2350 BC) Egyptian tomb at Saqqara. Cats were the most frequently mummified animal in Egypt and there were multiple feline goddesses, including the domesticated cat-form Bastet. Bronze statues like this one may have been direct offerings or appeals to Bastet. : archaicwonder: Rare Egyptian Bronze Cat Nursing Kittens, Late Dynastic, C. 712-343 BC A cast bronze fragment of a piece that was perhaps a cuff or applique. The ancient Egyptians, rather uniquely among the world’s civilizations, had an obsession with cats, both tame and fierce, large and small. Cats were domesticated to help protect crops from pests in Cyprus or possibly Mesopotamia (it is difficult to interpret the archaeological record on this matter for a variety of reasons), but the Egyptian’s love of cats seems to have gone above and beyond that of their contemporaries. The cemetery at Hierakonpolis includes a cat skeleton in a pre-Dynastic tomb (c. 3700 BC) that had a broken left humerus and right femur that seem to have been set by a human and allowed to heal before that cat’s ultimate death. The first illustration of a cat with a collar comes from a 5th Dynasty (c. 2500 to 2350 BC) Egyptian tomb at Saqqara. Cats were the most frequently mummified animal in Egypt and there were multiple feline goddesses, including the domesticated cat-form Bastet. Bronze statues like this one may have been direct offerings or appeals to Bastet.

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johnskylar: redheadedxqh: horseoverheart: horsesthatmakeuss: horseoverheart: Same what happened here? Jack (the horse) is 28 years old and instead of putting him in a turnout pen during the day we just let him roam the property. He usually sticks around the barn, grazing or just standing around. But his favorite thing to do is lay down in various random spots that he feels are comfortable. Every morning after they drag the arena footing he goes and flops down in the soft dirt. Whenever we get a new shipment of shavings you better believe Jack is right there rolling in them once the truck leaves. This was one of his ground-softness-testings. The aisle is all rubber so it’s not hard but I doubt it was very comfortable. Jack would beg to differ. this makes the picture 100x better. what a happy old man. Well, that’s the horse’s excuse but that cat had better get back to work. : johnskylar: redheadedxqh: horseoverheart: horsesthatmakeuss: horseoverheart: Same what happened here? Jack (the horse) is 28 years old and instead of putting him in a turnout pen during the day we just let him roam the property. He usually sticks around the barn, grazing or just standing around. But his favorite thing to do is lay down in various random spots that he feels are comfortable. Every morning after they drag the arena footing he goes and flops down in the soft dirt. Whenever we get a new shipment of shavings you better believe Jack is right there rolling in them once the truck leaves. This was one of his ground-softness-testings. The aisle is all rubber so it’s not hard but I doubt it was very comfortable. Jack would beg to differ. this makes the picture 100x better. what a happy old man. Well, that’s the horse’s excuse but that cat had better get back to work.

johnskylar: redheadedxqh: horseoverheart: horsesthatmakeuss: horseoverheart: Same what happened here? Jack (the horse) is 28 years...

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