This takes Monty Python’s dead parrot sketch to a whole other level. And the responses are mixed: from “cute” to “hilarious” to “utterly tasteless” to “completely grotesque and definitely not funny.”
Next time you’re in Vienna, drop by the Café Neko. Best go in the evening because some of the staff are snoozing all day. Café Neko is Japanese for Cat Café. So, yes, it’s a Japanese cat café in the middle of Vienna, frequented by visitors from around the world.
Murlimann the cat had gone missing. So Austrian farmer Franz Knoglinger went looking for her. She was nowhere to be seen, but the farmer did discover a deep hole in the ground. “I didn’t know how deep it was,” he said. “So I dropped a stone down there and heard a metallic clunk. From the [...]
You probably have to have seen one of the French New Wave movies of the early 1960s, with their existential themes – the absurdity of human existence, the inescapability of death, and other fun stuff – to fully appreciate Henri the Cat’s version of a French movie.
Poldi the cat went for a walk from his family home in 1996. He reappeared … this week. For months after he disappeared, Poldi’s family searched their Munich, Germany, neighborhood for him. They finally gave up, thinking they would never see him again.
In the Palestinian territory of Gaza, a new relationship is blooming between humans and felines. Seven years ago, as Israeli settlers were preparing for the evacuation of Gaza that had been ordered by Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, cat lovers were panicking.
Animal psychologist Charles Snowdon explains that while nonhumans do experience and enjoy music, it’s of a very different kind, depending on the species.
Amy Jung went to bed at around 9.30. At about 11 p.m., Pudding woke her up by jumping on her chest, pawing her face and biting her nose. Amy was having a diabetic seizure.
Currently circulating on the Web. Original source seems to be unknown. How does your cat see things?
In Dorset, England, this 15-year-old feline shows up regularly at the bus station, sits under the shelter until his favorite bus arrives (the one that makes the round trip from Bridport to Charmouth), waits for the door to open, and hops aboard.