It was a real battle which of the two puns I was going to highlight in this one:
Cat-astrophe! overload: a baby bear wearing a cat costume and holding a microphone = a “cub” re-“purr”-ter!
Artistic Pets! Available in trading card form!
A true renaissance cat.
Artistic kitty, this time!
I’m not sure I’ve ever seen a cat with a unibrow…
From Wikipedia (and, also, made up):
That’s stupid. What kind of animal would give out pawtographs?
Best. blog name. ever.
“Let’s hear it for the IBKC. They work hard!”
Put your cat on the couch!
Wait, “by cats”?
Celebrity bad animal pun! (And kind of a two-fer):
They’re both cute, but I like the one on the right.
From the blog Refinery 29:
I believe that is, indeed, a Siamese dressed as the vampire from Twilight. I wonder if they put glitter on him to make him sparkle.
Cats and Dogs 2 is fast becoming a legitimate challenger to Marmaduke Week.
And, if I may? Really adding some class to the streets of Manhattan.
Is this really inappropriate? Or are they just assuming that kids won’t get the reference?
Unless… was “Pussy Galore” a cat joke? Sorry — (Sean Connery accent:) “Poo-see” Galore.
It’s no Marmaduke, but it looks good!
A rare entry from the Grey Lady:
I prefer a nice iced tea on the Purr-andah, myself. (Grrr-andah?)
Well this is just charming:
I can’t speak to the quality of their services, but 3 stars for sheer ‘dorableness. Click on the pic to visit their website, if you live in Brownstone Brooklyn.
Great blog name, great blog:
Yes it is!
Here’s a pic from the website:
His name is Gus!
This actually looks really cute:
Click the cover pic for more info on the comic.
p.s. Now that is cattitude.
From the New Jersey Leader:
And he needs it meow!
I’m on vacation! Happy Holidays everyone!
From the NY Post:
The cat is okay, so I guess it’s not that horrifying, but yikes.
Definition from Urban Dictionary:
It’s a pun on “catsup,” I assume, which doesn’t actually make a lot of sense for a milk product.
Right? Am I crazy?