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anthonykiedick:

my cats so fucking stupid we got some nice ass furniture around my house but she chooses the fucking fRYIGN PAN TO SLEEP IN

anthonykiedick:

my cats so fucking stupid we got some nice ass furniture around my house but she chooses the fucking fRYIGN PAN TO SLEEP IN

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mostlycatsmostly:

SIGNAL BOOST! PLEASE REBLOG! Help Logan with cancer treatment.

Thank you.

thejokerspenpal:

This is Logan, a beautiful calico cat suffering from cancerous mammary tumors. Her owner needs some help paying for her vet bill to have them surgically removed so little Logan can survive. This sweet little kitty deserves a chance to enjoy 2014 to the fullest, so can I depend on you guys to help Logan and her mum out by spreading this post around so it can get some more views? She has a small portion of donations currently, but she’s only 1/4th of the way there so far. $2000 is not that steep if we all pull together and lend a helping hand! Thank you to anyone who opens their heart to Logan and her mum. Believe me, words won’t be able to express their gratitude. So please, could you share? It won’t ruin your blog to show you care about animals.

Click here to donate and help save Logan!
http://www.youcaring.com/pet-expenses/save-logan-from-catty-cancer/119969



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catsbeaversandducks:

10 Signs Your Kitty Actually Loves You

Ever wondered if your kitty really loves you? From finicky to feisty, our feline friends aren’t always the easiest to read. Unlike dogs who make their affection for us loud and clear, cats have far less obvious ways of communicating how they feel. If you want to discover just how much your cat cares about you, then check out these 10 signs of true love.

1. Head butting. If a person were to do it to you, then you’d have a pretty good idea of what they were trying to tell you, but with a cat it’s a whole different story. To be on the receiving end of what is actually known in the cat world as ‘head bunting‘ is a very special privilege indeed. During this exchange your cat deposits facial pheromones that represent their feelings of trust and safety they have with you.

2. Powerful purrs. Cats purr for all sorts of reasons, but there is one unique full bodied rumble that your kitty saves exclusively for their true love. Purring also lowers your kitty’s heart rate and helps them to relax and exhibit feelings of contentment.

3. Love bites. If your cat is a chronic nibbler, then chances are they’ve got a thing for you. It’s pretty easy to tell the difference between a love bite and a regular cat bite, one hurts and the other tickles! Nibbling isn’t a common sign of love, but when a cat employs it, they’re trying to say “you’re awesome.”

4. Tail twitching. You can tell a lot by looking at a cat’s tail. Just as their tails puff out when they get scared or agitated, their tail will twitch at the very tip when they are feeling bliss. If you notice this action when your cat approaches you, then you can be sure that they think you rock their world.

5. Tummy up. When your cat throws itself on the floor and starts rolling around, they are trying to get your attention. Cats only show their tummies voluntarily to those they can trust. Feeling safe means a lot to a cat, so when they sprawl out in front of you, this is a sign that they feel loved and protected.

6. Licking your hair or ears. It’s not often that humans are deemed worthy of these very special grooming sessions, but if your cat has chosen to bestow you with hair or ear licking, rest assured you have been welcomed into the inner circle. Grooming is one of the most obvious signs of the friendship and trust you have with your furry companion.

7. Kneading. Kittens knead against their mothers to stimulate milk production, which is why experts believe that kneading behaviour in cats is nostalgic of kittenhood and acts as a way of reliving the happy moments they experienced as little ones. So next time your kitty starts moving its paws up and down on you, remember that they are not just trying to soften you up before taking a nap, but that they’re expressing their adoration for you.

8. Slow blinking. It is said that cats kiss with their eyes, so don’t expect to share this sign of affection with any old cat. Cats save eye contact for people they know and trust. If that eye contact is coupled with slow blinking then you’ve just received a kitty kiss. Return the love by mimicking the behavior.

9. Nap time. Kitties crave warm safe places to sleep, so if your fluffy feline decides to snuggle down beside you or better yet, on your lap, then you should feel especially honored. Cats are most vulnerable when they are sleeping, and there is no greater compliment than when they choose you as their snooze spot.

10. Gifting. There is no denying that a small dead something is not at the top of our wishlist, but a kitty that presents you with this bounty deserves to be praised. Despite our domestication, cats still have the inner hunter and sharing their prizes with you is a sign of true friendship.

If you’ve been fortunate enough to share your life with a cat, then you’ll understand that they are consciously connecting with us. Whether it’s via grooming, purring or snuggling up, cats are loving and affectionate individuals that form very special bonds with their favorite people.

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My kitty loves me!!

All of the 10 are regular with T&B in the house. Lucky us :)

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cybergata:

Serious British Shorthair Kittehs are Serious

cybergata:

Serious British Shorthair Kittehs are Serious



derpycats:

Smile!

derpycats:

Smile!


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Please Help Thomas!
I try to give to funding campaigns for animals in need whenever I can, and I wanted to share this one with all of you because it’s a very special case.  
Thomas was a street cat who was believed to be hit by a car, and his caregiver is now trying to raise funds for his medical care.  He needs an MRI, prolapsed rectal surgery, and UTI treatments.  Thomas will be euthanized if his caregiver can’t raise enough funds.
Please consider helping Thomas by donating.  They’re at $2,385 of their $3,000 goal, but there are only 9 days left to donate (as I write this, it is 12/6 on the East Coast of the United States, GMT -5).
I’ve already donated, and I know there are many cat lovers who follow this blog who will help if they can.  Even if all you can do right now is reblog, please do it!  I really want to help Thomas and his caregiver have a chance.
Learn more about Thomas at his Facebook page, and donate to the campaign by clicking here.  His caregiver even posted photos of the medical bills, so you can be sure that you’re giving to an honest cause.

Please Help Thomas!

I try to give to funding campaigns for animals in need whenever I can, and I wanted to share this one with all of you because it’s a very special case.  

Thomas was a street cat who was believed to be hit by a car, and his caregiver is now trying to raise funds for his medical care.  He needs an MRI, prolapsed rectal surgery, and UTI treatments.  Thomas will be euthanized if his caregiver can’t raise enough funds.

Please consider helping Thomas by donating.  They’re at $2,385 of their $3,000 goal, but there are only 9 days left to donate (as I write this, it is 12/6 on the East Coast of the United States, GMT -5).

I’ve already donated, and I know there are many cat lovers who follow this blog who will help if they can.  Even if all you can do right now is reblog, please do it!  I really want to help Thomas and his caregiver have a chance.

Learn more about Thomas at his Facebook page, and donate to the campaign by clicking here.  His caregiver even posted photos of the medical bills, so you can be sure that you’re giving to an honest cause.





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