Some felines love to give us a little hard time, don’t they?
One of their pleasures is to destroy our things, especially the things we like or need the most.
I AM NOT A LEOPARD, I JUST LOOK LIKE ONE!
DO YOU LOVE ME?
WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING AT?
Here you’ll find a group of cats who decided to spice things up a bit in the world of cat fur patterns.
Hamilton The Fancy Cat with a Mustache!
Regardless, these little guys and their awesome fur are sure to put a smile on your face!
This cat has a secret identity…which one will it be?
What marking name would you give to this one?
This marking is so unique I read there has been only one of its kind found in Australia.
This cute kitten is so adorable with his/her markings around the ears and the black marking in the middle of the forehead.
Others among them seem to be less enthused with their unique markings, which make them appear to be wearing full-time funny faces or doing a permanent impression of a historical figure.
Some of the little guys were born with awesome symbols in their fur that allow them to wear their hearts on their sleeves.
Beautiful Calico markings!
Sweet and royal fur markings…adorable!
It looks like this cat has a gorilla on his back. What does it look like to you?
“Just working on my tan”
“I iz sweeter than soda” LOL
Now, this is a BRAND EMBASSADDOR!
“These are my chips, in case I need a snack later.”
“It is impossible to keep a straight face in the presence of one or more kittens.”
She came, she purred, she conquered
All you need is love and a cat.
“People who don’t like cats were probably mice in an earlier life.” — Unknown
SIAMESE PERSIAN CAT
Have you ever seen the sweetest face?
KITTEN: “What in the world are these humans doing…?!
Leave me alone, I want to take a nap!
You can see the GIF on the site. Unfortunately didn’t show in WP the reader.
The grumpy ones are lovely too!
Pets enhance our lives, ten fold!
READ THIS CONTROVERTIAL YET INTERESTING ARTICLE ABOUT CATS AND THEIR DEVOTEES
“Cats and their human devotees are a misunderstood bunch. This I learned when I wrote “Why cats never became man’s best friend” explaining how the newly mapped cat genome reveals that, compared with dogs, house cats are only partly domesticated. The backlash on Quartz’s Facebook page was epic.
“The post received nearly 1,700 comments—more than any other post on Quartz’s Facebook page, ever. What prompted this outpouring? I referenced the cat stereotype commonly traded among dog people that cats are passive-aggressive and emotionally unavailable.“ Read More HERE
If you like cats as much as I have for the last 30 years, then I know that you adore, adopt, rescue, admire, love and respect all cats, no matter how they are you try to understand them and learn from them.