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This video shows a really loving cat on her human's back while he does pushups. Monkey loves her human! Enjoy!
These are very funny 'ailments' that cats suffer from! See if your cat suffers from any of these. And then read more at Flippy's Cat Pages:
Symptoms: The affected cat places one side of its head on the ground as though cheek-marking the concrete, carpet etc. After several such manoeuvres, the legs on that side of the cat suddenly collapse, leaving the cat waggling its feet in the air.
Treatment: This involves placing the palm of one hand on the exposed belly and rubbing gently. There are side-effects though - some feline sufferers attack the rubbing hand while others recover spontaneously, often after prolonged treatment. This condition is probably incurable and any cat which requires prolonged treatment after an attack will most likely suffer repeated attacks of collapsible legs throughout its lifetime.
Symptoms: The affected cat repeatedly headbutts any available part of a readily available human and turns its head slightly so that the lips and cheek are rubbed against legs, arms, clothing etc. This condition gets its name from a contraction of the phrase "soggy nudging". Snudging may well be a form of excessive scent-marking. A bad attack can result in soggy clothing.
Treatment: Give the sufferer lavish affection. Most attacks subside between 10 minutes to 1 hour after onset of symptoms. You may need to dry off snudged clothing or skin. Attacks recur frequently, usually when the most readily available human is engrossed in a TV program, book or telephone call.
Symptoms: The cat spreads to take up all available free bed space at night. It then expands a bit more until any human occupants occupy the smallest possible area of bed. It may do this on top or underneath the covers or on the pillow. It is highly contagious - any other cats on the bed will also develop symptoms of bed-hogging.
Treatment: The most obvious solution is to evict the cat from the bed. If this is morally unfeasible, train yourself not to give way as the cat expands. Buying a bigger bed is probably pointless as most affected cats can easily expand to fill standard, queen-sized and king-sized beds. Otherwise, simply train yourself to sleep while hanging precariously off the side of the bed. Attacks of bed-hogging have been known to last up to 23 hours (in one case a 3-day attack was noted by a cat-owner who was confined to bed with flu; the cat thoughtfully kept her company during this time).
Red about more ailments at Flippy's Cat Pages.
Have you ever heard that old song "I took my harp to a party, but nobody asked me to play. So, I took the darned thing away"? Last night we went to a friend's birthday party and as the friend lived down the other end of our rather long street, we decided to walk. We hadn't gone far when someone said "Meow". Ollie was coming to the party right along with us.
"We can't take a cat to a party," I exclaimed to John.
John handed me the present and the wine. "I'll take him home," he said. He vanished around the back of the house with Ollie under one arm. I waited under a street light. John sped back casting furtive looks around him. "I put him over the back fence by the creek," he puffed. "Let's go, we're late."
We walked a metre or so. "Meow," said Ollie. He emerged from a Jacaranda tree ahead of us. He was definitely smirking.
This time I suggested that John take the cat right through the back gate and down to the creek. There were plenty of mice and other goodies at the creek to divert him - I gritted my teeth - we were very late. After a time John arrived back looking agitated. "That cat rules our lives," he scowled, "but we've won this bout."
The party was great and we were enjoying ourselves - until the cat arrived. Ollie marched in and sat in the centre of the room. What an opportunity it was for a star. The cat was equal to the occasion. He took the stage at once. He leapt onto a glass table top and sat down gingerly amongst the several crystal glasses displayed with the other presents. "Meow."
"Get him away from the crystal", someone screeched.
Our friend looked at me sideways. "He looks a lot like your cat," he commented.
"It's Ollie," I agreed grimly. I tip-toed forward. "Pussy, Pussy, nice Pussy."
I swear that cat laughed out loud. Criminal-style he had no intention of going quietly. He eluded my groping paws with ease and with delicate skill, missed smashing the crystal; with a couple of effortless bounds he landed on the supper table. "Ollie, Ollie, " I screeched but it was too late. Ollie had his face in the cream-coated birthday cake. In seconds he was wearing a cream moustache.
"Yuk," said someone. "I won't be eating THAT cake."
I was desperate now, John had vanished and I was on my own. "Ollie,Ollie." My fingers touched his fur briefly before he was away again. It was such fun - the party of his life. One graceful leap and he was in the jelly.
"Yukkkkk" said one of the kids. Ollie didn't like the jelly much and he shook it off his front paw with disgust.
Now it was play time. Ollie's cream moustache was decorated with bits of green jelly. He upturned a plate of oysters and paused to snatch one off the tablecloth. I missed him when he landed on the chocolate log but finally caught him with his face in the beetroot. His cream whiskers had turned pink. And he had chocolate on his ears.
The cat had had a wonderful party but the party givers didn't seem to think so. We didn't stay - had to take the cat home, didn't we. "Sorry, sorry," I kept muttering as we collected our coats. "Don't know how this happened." I held the cat in a vice-like grip - the wretch was trying to bow to the audience. I likened our predicament to the song at the beginning of this piece - "I took my cat to a party, but ......."
I don't know where I saw this ad - I really wish I could remember, if any of you have seen this, please tell me where I got it from. But apparently it was an actual ad that a woman ran.
I thought it was very funny, but a little sad too - the poor kitten was not wanted, luckily the kitten was still young and would find a home.
But if you have a cat that you can't keep for whatever reason, it's never a good idea to give the cat away for free, especially if you are giving them away to strangers. We never like to think about giving away our precious feline friends, and if you do have to give them away, many of us would want to give the cat away for free so as not to be a burden to the person taking the cat.
But something to consider is that when something is given for free, there is less value placed on it, even if it is a living being. There are many cases where kittens were given away and the owner thought she was doing a favor to the kittens and their new owners, but the new owners did hold the kitten's life in high regard. So the kitten was abused or neglected or worse.
Even charging a small amount is better than nothing at all - people who are up to no good or just wanting to 'try out' having a cat are less likely to buy a cat. Also if they are willing to pay for the cat, then they are more likely to take care of the cat.
What to charge? More than $25.00 is best. It's a good number anything lower than that may attract the wrong kind of person to your kitty.
Flippy is from Melbourne Australia and is a cat lover whose website has been online since 1998. Flippy has cats, love cats and collects information and stories about cats. Visit Flippy's Cat Page for cat fun like this story below.
I have a weird sense of humor - I find things funny, but it has to be absolutely hilarious with no cruelty, obscenity or anything else I might find distasteful. There was something about this story that made me laugh out loud! The Lord works in mysterious ways! Read on, I hope you find it funny too - thanks to Flippy.
A Pastor had a kitten that climbed up a tree in his backyard and then was afraid to come down. The pastor coaxed, offered warm milk, etc. The kitty would not come down. The tree was not sturdy enough to climb, so the pastor decided that if he tied a rope to his car and drove away so that the tree bent down, he could then reach up and get the kitten. He didall this, checking his progress in the car frequently, then figured if he went just a little bit further, the tree would be bent sufficiently for him to reach the kitten. But as he moved a little further forward... the rope broke.
The tree went "boing!" and the kitten instantly sailed through the air - out of sight. The pastor felt terrible. He walked all over the neighborhood asking people if they'd seen a little kitten. Nobody had seen a stray kitten.
So, he prayed, "Lord, I just commit this kitten to your keeping," and went on about his business.
A few days later he was at the grocery store, and met one of his church members. He happened to look into her shopping cart and was amazed to see cat food. Now this woman was a cat hater and everyone knew it, so he asked her, "Why are you buying cat food when you hate cats so much?"
She replied, "You won't believe this," and told him how her little girl had been begging her for a cat, but she kept refusing. Then a few days before, the child had begged again, so the Mom finally told her little girl, "Well, if God gives you a cat, I'll let you keep it." She told the pastor, "I watched my child go out in the yard, get on her knees, and ask God for a cat. And really, Pastor, you won't believe this, but I saw it with my own eyes. A kitten suddenly came flying out of the blue sky, with its paws spread out, and landed right in front of her."
Thanks Flippy, for sharing this one with us. Join Flippy's Mailing List to get all the stories emailed to you.
As all cat lovers know, cats can be distracting at times. That's part of what makes them fun in my opinion. How many times have you been performing an important task around the house only to find your cat in the way? It happens to me all the time with Maddy. I can be having a loud conversation and she becomes concerned to the point that the person on the other line can't hear me over her meowing!
This guy tries to film a yoga video with his cat pestering him for attention. He actually makes it through the session but the end of the video is the best.
Have you ever visited the Lolcats website? If not, you'll want to bookmark it and go back often. It's one of my favorite cat websites when I need a lift, a laugh or to just see some funny pictures of cats.
There are a few inside jokes you need to know before you go, you'll catch on quickly, but just to give you a heads up about some of the cat humor here are some tips:
The captions (capshuns) are usually written from the cat's point of view and as if the cat himself wrote them. The next thing to keep in mind is that if cats could type, they'd write out the captions phonetically, not using correct spelling and grammar. It's kind of like baby talk, except with cats, and cat interests.
I find that the best way to read it, is to sound out the word, just like you did in grade school. Look at the words and say them aloud. It makes it much more funny if you say it like the cat would if he could speak and if he could write. It also helps you figure out what the words are and what they mean - the spelling is very creative.
Something you need to know to is that black cats are some times referred to as basement cat and white cats are sometimes referred to as ceiling cat. Basement cat is a bit naughty, maybe even evil and ceiling cat is often worshipped.
Another joke that keeps coming up is a thing with a bucket. yes, a bucket, a pail, and a walrus. Back at the beginning when LOLcats - I can has cheezburger was new, there was a few pictures of a walrus and a bucket, and the joke just kind of grew from then on. Sometimes you'll see the bucket reappear.
For a complete breakdown of Lolcats Grammar, visit How to speak lolcat. Or if you want an English to lolcat translator, visit Speak Lolcat. Or the best place to learn to speak lolcat is to go to LOLspeak as a second language in 5 easy steps.
Other than that, the humor is very cute and if you love cats, it will put a smile on your face at the very least. Most of the time when I visit there is one that makes me laugh really hard and I save it in a special LOLcats folder on my desktop just to look at when I need a good laugh. What are some of your favorite LOLcats?
Through the power of YouTube, we can actually view a confused dominant rabbit that clearly has an issue with understanding what an appropriate mate should look like. This video didn't go the way that I expected it to! LOL!
After about 20 seconds of trying, the bunny finally understands that something isn't right about the cat. Go figure...
Just in time for the Christmas season. This video is one the most popular cat videos online today. Now if they could get these cats to sing Jingle Bell Rock, that would be really impressive..