cat art styles

German animation student Julia K. aka Miyuli decided to create a style series using her cat. The styles range from Tim Burton, to Pusheen, to Dr, Seuss and each of them is delightful.

I think my favorite one may be the Powerpuff Girls version.

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This is a Feline Dragon by Etsy seller Oonacat. The Feline Dragon, or Felis Loricatus, is described as “fiercely defending, possessive, highly intelligent, and enjoys causing mischief”.

I need one in my life.

See more pictures after the break.

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Then again, the Rebels use Fresh Step.

See what Mike Ryan had to say about his glorious creation after the break…

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cats vs zombies

Who needs The Walking Dead or Fear The Walking Dead or Be Mildly Creeped Out By The Walking Dead when you have highly trained cats taking on zombies?

Check out the video after the break…

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Cat Jenga Is The Best Jenga

cat jenga

We’ve seen cats play Jenga before, but now you can play Jenga with cats!

Actually, you should think of it like Jenga in reverse. The objective of Cat Jenga/Comma Cat is to build the tallest tower of cats the world has ever seen.

Unfortunately, with only six cats to a set, building an epic cat tower will be a bit pricey. On that note, don’t try this with real cats – it won’t end well.

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Of course I love my cat, but holy sh*t get off my laptop already! Thankfully, there’s this kitty friendly laptop complete with a scratching board. The cardboard laptop comes with “pre-installed” stickers, hi-res wallpaper image (which can be swapped out for your own), tethered mouse, and a scratching board in place of a keyboard. Hopefully Mr. Kitty won’t get wise to the lack of scrolling so I can get back to scrolling working on my laptop.

Check out another image sans the cat after the break.

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monkey hunt

Ben Millam has a cat named Monkey and this self described “aspiring geek” was looking for a to give his beloved cat a more fulfilled life. Monkey has the instinct to hunt for his food, so he created a machine that trades food for RFID tagged balls Millam hides around the house.

This all started after I read an explanation of why cats go about repeatedly exploring the same areas: it’s partly to establish and survey their territory, but they’re also practicing ‘mobile’ hunting: moving about, being curious, and poking their noses around in the hopes of upsetting potential prey and finding a meal.

See the system in action after the break.

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These samurai cat prints are the work of xiaobaosg and they are inspired by Japanese animation, history, mythology, and movies like Seven Samurai.

Also, cats.

See more examples after the break.

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crazy cat products

Buckle up, because we’re about to go on a journey into the deepest depths of cat obsession. After the break you’ll find 14 products and concepts for cats that range from extravagant and bizarre to just plain awesome.

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Although for complete accuracy, use of this rug wouldn’t be limited to just putting it at your door. Lord Nermal might use your guests for food and attention before standing on it to send a message.

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For your convenience, Lord Nermal can also tell people off while you’re out and about.

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