A British pun from RT News!
I just like how awkward they had to make the syntax to get that pun into their lower third.
(Via Teddy Hilton, obvs)
A rare videogame-based cat pun!
Impressive work by Suzuran, but I always preferred the classic NES titles like Catsylvania.
From the NY Post:
Okay, that seems like an awful lot of “R”s, New York Post. Cool it with the “R”s. The “R” key is a right, not a privilege.
(Also: no. No, they are not.)
An important news bulletin from the AP:
I like that they set up an infra-red camera to catch him in the act. Take that, cat!
Hey, I wonder what’s going on down in Fort Woof, Texas?
Can’t wait! My favorite beer is a nice Guinness Snout. But to avoid a hangover, I always make sure to drink plenty of pawter
From the NY Times:
This one isn’t really bad, so much as it is unnecessary. I would have gone with “Snout-of-this-world Tips Fur a Paw-fect Meowl,” personally.
Just walking down the street one night, wait — what’s that?
You know, I’ve never seen the Closeout Cat and mild mannered rePURRter Clark Cat together at the same time. I wonder…
From Japan, of course (via Racked):
Tres chic! Meow-gnifique!
A classy new boutique for classy pups!
Who also apparently like to recycle?
Bonus: “Sniffany & Co.“!
Another gem from Lee’s Art Shop in NYC:
Yup, nothing like a big, steaming cup of cat to get me going in the morning. Though if I’m really dragging I’ll try smoking a rock of cat cocaine, or some crystal metham-cat-amines.
For sale now at Lee’s Art Shop:
That’s a good meow-sage!
Whoa, it’s bad animal puns after dark this week!
I know sometimes you have to stretch for the sake of a good (bad) pun, but not everything having to do with bats is necessarily “batty.” Have some pride, The Guardian.
A rare entry from TMZ:
Weird and gross!