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Frankie the cat
Frankie,
Infinaut #1

Welcome to the catalogue of a categorically cataclysmic concatenation.

The Infinite Cat Project is about one cat watching another (see below). A long line of 1806 cats so far. The very first Infinaut is Frankie, seen at left admiring a flower. He is the owner of Paul Hamilton. (The ICP also offers all KINDs of other cat-related diversions. Check 'em out!)

If you'd like to add your own fuzzy friend to the Infinite Queue you can find all the details here. Or just take a picture of your kitty watching Chief, below, and email it to me. It's just that easy.


Mewsings: May 25, 2015 - "Many cats simply pounce to their own drummers." - Karen Duprey


two identical white kittens

Gratuitous Kute Kittiness: Two cute.


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- Love, The Management.


Lulu the cat

Our latest Infinaut, Cat #1806: Lulu watching Trotzki watching Will & Grace...

For your convenience you can search our Infinite Cats in 50-kitty groups.



Cat Mewvie: Cute baby, good kitty.
 



cat artist

Today's Kat Komic


green cat urn

Feline Art: Commercial cat urn.


lykoi cat

Rare "werewolf" kitten found in South Africa.
By Chuck Barney

A Lykoi kitten — sometimes referred to as a "werewolf cat" — was found by an animal rescue group in Cape Town, South Africa. This extremely rare cat breed comes from a naturally occurring gene in feral cats, according to the International Cat Association. The breed gets its name from the Greek word for wolf.

Although the cat was discovered in March, it wasn't until recently that the group realized how rare he was.

According to Tears Animal Rescue, "The cat, found under a bush, is the only natural-born Lykoi on record in [South Africa] and one of just 35 in the world, making this one of the most exciting discoveries in the [South African] animal world in recent years."

They named the kitten Eyona, a South African name that means "The One."

Eyona was one of a litter of six rescued when their mother, a domestic short-haired tabby, disappeared. But this kitten stood out from his siblings. He has patchy, dark hair with flecks of gray and he acts more like a dog than a cat, according to rescue workers. The group describes his unique look as, "like a human, half-transformed into a mythical creature."

Tears veterinarians were so enthralled by Eyona's unusual appearance that they took a skin scraping to test for different diseases.

"He's got the look of a wolf, but the physique of a cat," Tears operations manager Mandy Store told The Dodo. "We thought he might be a sphinx crossbreed, but he's got a lot of little physical differences from cats. He's quite incredible."

Tests came back negative for diseases, so staffers did more research to figure out what he could be.

A Lykoi specialist, U.S. veterinarian Dr. Johnny Gobble, helped identify the kitten as a rare "werewolf cat."

“The little Lykoi at TEARS is the first natural mutation in South Africa reported to me," he said in a statement on the rescue group's website. "The Lykoi breeder in [South Africa] started with Lykoi cats from another breeder that we began with our lines, so those cats were bred and did not occur naturally.”

Gobble said the kitten is the 35th known natural occurrence of the Lykoi genetic mutation. Although other cats have been bred to produce the mutation, Eyona is unusual because his mutation is apparently not inherited.

Although there's a lot of interest in the rare, unusual kitten, rescuers have found a home for him "with one of the greatest feline experts and animal lovers," according to the group.

"Eyona is quite different to other cats, is still feral and will need special care."



free kibble

Free Kibble for Kitties

All you have to do is go to freekibblekat.com, play a simple trivia game and the site donates kibble to needy animal shelters. It's free and you can play once a day, every day. They obviously make a few bucks for themsleves but it's clear that the majority of proceeds goes to the animals, so please stop in when you can.

PS, you can also totally send some kitty vittles with just a click at theanimalrescuesite.com. Just visit the site and press the big purple button. That's all there is to it.


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My Infinite Gratitude


The following is a relatively short yet very heartening list of those who have contributed in support of the Infinite Cat Project over the years. In lieu of listing the names in any intelligent way I decided to post them alphabetically. It's not a perfect system, as those of you of Polish descent get the shaft again <grin> but at least it helps me keep the names straight.

In case you're wondering, names in white indicate donations of $5 or less, while green notates donations in excess of $10. The single listing in orange is for a very exceptional cat lover who recently earned the prestigious "Quadruple Kittyhead" for her generous and continuing support. (You know who you are and I want to have your children.)

M. Adam, S. Adams, L. Aimone, S. Almaguer, G. Ancell, M. Axtell, A. Bachman, D. Baker, O. Balaban, K. Berenson, H. Bielefeldt, T. Blassingame, P. Blassingame, A. Bolt, R. Bruner, J. Bullas, A. Chiang, M. Cogen, D. Conlin, B. Coren, M. Cracauer, D.Davis, M. Dawson, J. Delton, T. Devrick, J. Diamond, T. Dixon, C. Dofer, E. Dorfman, B. Dutton, E. Fitzpatrick, B. Fonteboa, E. Foss, B. Friesner, G. Garcia, M. Gordon, A. Greeley, A. Gunn, J. Hamblen, B. Harper, J. Hays, T. Henry, D. Herbert, A. Hertz, M. Hester, A. Hilbert, K. Hildebrandt, A. Hoger, P. Houser, V. Huston, , J. Ikeda, B. Jones, S. Jowett, P. Keachie, M. Knight, R. Kunz, D. Lawley, W. Lee, M. Lufkin, C. Lewis, K. MacKenzie, M. Mcgann, J. McGinnis, M. Mckercher, S. Melhuish, T. Miles, D. Morse-Kahn, A. Neduha, A. Nelson, L. Nevins, C. O'Brien, A. Ocean, www.oldamericancentury.org, K. Orman, K. Otto, Pinky & Bunny, R. Owens, J. Pavlov, R. Perry, C. Phillips, H. Pirani, C. Plant, R. Poletto, K. Pride, D. Rakowski, R. Redman, R. Riitala, M. Ryan, W. Ryngwelski,  D. Sanders, M. Schluter, H. Sherwood-Taylor, J. Sokel, S. Somero, M. Stabile, F. Street, J.P. Thompson, D. Thoms, G. Toland, C. Ullrich, J. van Luyt, A. Walls, J. Weisenfeld, K. Welles, B. Wilkinson, J. Williams.

I thank you and the cats thank you
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