It’s not often that rappers make songs about their cats, even less frequent that they actually rap to their cats.
But Dan Bull isn’t your ordinary rapper and in this song from his new album ‘Hip Hop Hooray’ he delivers some lyrics about his beloved feline.
Try not to be too jealous of Didga the skateboarding cat from Australia and her sweet, sweet moves.
Watch as she captures her epic skills at a skatepark with a GoPro camera. It’s actually very impressive and much better than you’ll ever be on a skateboard.
If you thought humans were going to save the earth from zombies, Russian filmmaker Michael Tivikoff thinks otherwise.
In this video he shows two machine gun-wielding cats taking on the zombie hordes as they do their best to outsmart an attack to rescue a tiny kitten.
To you it’s just your bed, but to your cat it’s a grooming salon, napping area, and meditation chamber all rolled into one. And the toilet? Well that’s free entertainment.
This is the difference between what we humans see and what our cats see—so bear all this in mind next time you’re sat on the throne wondering why your cat’s staring at you.
Cats may act all nonchalant and cool, but show them a sock or an RC helicopter and they will freak the hell out.
Just check out this compilation of cats getting scared by household items and you’ll never respect them again.
THE INTERNET!!!! Where did it come from? Did it fall out of the sky like a gift from the gods? Was it conjured into existence by magic cats?
It will forever remain a mystery… well, that is until you watch this handy video from Kurzgesagt which explains who invented it and why. Learning something on the internet? Must be a first, surely.
Cats aren’t usually a problem to look after, but sometimes—just sometimes—you get a cat who’s psychologically effed in the mind.
Now times that by a few billion and you have BaneCat, a villain in cat form who likes nothing more than to taunt and mock his owner. And it’s hilarious.
Two engineers give a very insightful tutorial on cats and their often strange habits.
And it’s enlightening stuff, delivered in a deadpan manner that will have you reevaluating that cat-chewed cardboard box that’s sitting in your living room.