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Infinite Cat Project Archives for June 18-22, 2018.


Mewsings, June 18, 2018: "Cats are like strippers. You can't touch them but they will show you their buttonhole." - StinkFingerPete


the tuscan cat

Gratuitous Kute Kittiness: The Tuscan cat.




Cat Mewvie: How to thrill, delight, and embarrass your cat.

 

wearing the cat comic

Today's Kitty Komic


cat with ball painting

Feline Art: "Eye On the Ball" by Dreama Tolle Perry.

cat news

Cat-scammer at large.
By Daniel Hampton

FARMINGTON HILLS, MI — A scammer is purporting to sell kittens belonging to the world's tallest cat, which died in a house fire in Michigan last fall. That's according to the cat's owner, Will Powers.
Will and Lauren Powers lost their Farmington Hills home and their world record-holding cats, Cygnus and Arcturus, when their house caught fire Nov. 11. Cygnus was in the Guinness Book of World Records for having the longest tail. Arcturus was the tallest cat. A third cat, Sirius, was also killed in the blaze.

On Saturday, Will Powers took to Facebook to warn the public of a costly scam: Someone claiming to have bred his "beloved" cat, Arcturus, was using his pictures to sell kittens for $6,000.

"If anyone sees her or this other scammer she works with please report them asap and warn others," wrote Will Powers.

Arcturus was actually bred by Stacee Dallas of Starfell Savannahs in Traverse City, Michigan, he wrote — "not whoever this scammer is."

Will Powers told Patch in a Facebook message the scammer was pretending to be the woman who actually bred the cats. The scammer was able to get away with it for only about a day until someone recognized Arcturus, who remains "internationally recognizable" even months after his death. Someone alerted the owners on Saturday morning.

" This isn't the first nor will it be the last scammer," Powers said. "We to this day have people contact us with ransom notes about the cats claiming they have them."

He said scammers will often post altered photos of the cats, likely due to the sizable reward offered for their safe return.







Mewsings, June 19, 2018: "Maybe people don't put cats in boxes on the side of the road after all. Maybe someone just puts out an empty box and all the stray cats in the area just sit in it." - npage


sleepy cat in bed

Gratuitous Kittiness: "Just five more minutes, okay?"




Cat Mewvie: The Collective Soul cat, in HD!

 

baby changing station with cats

Today's Kitty Komic


cat and butterfly painting

Feline Art: "Cat and Butterfly", by Oleg Komarov.



Mewsings, June 20, 2018: "Cats probably think we are cleaning our ice cream." - CUnitingTheWorld


pile of kittens

Gratuitous Kittiness: Nap Attack!






Cat Mewvie: Everybody meet Buff Cat.

 

bubble-bath cat comic

Today's Kitty Komic

colonel meow and bender art

Feline Art: "Colonel Meow & Bender" by Nina Levy.





Mewsings, June 21, 2018: "Cats are the type of animal that, if they could, they would correct your grammar."
- ChiefBigWilly



cat puke in shoe

Gratuitous Kittiness: "I see you have a cat."




Cat Mewvie: Cat or caterpillar?

 

the cat is alive comic

Today's Kitty Komic

cat watercolor with cat

Feline Art: "I Knead You" by Lyiana.



Mewsings, June 22, 2018: "You can punish a child once or twice, and he'll learn to stop doing whatever got him punished. Dogs might need to be punished 3 or 4 times to learn. I can throw my cat out of the room every night until it dies and she still wont figure out why." Ser_Thank_You


upside down cat head

Gratuitous Kittiness: The solar-powered cat.




Cat Mewvie: More Simon's Cat!

 

cat fishing comic

Today's Kitty Komic

kitten watercolor

Feline Art: "Kittens" by Vladimir Vodniciar.


litter box

For the cat that can't get its shit together.
By Claire Reilly

Pets bring us such joy, but getting on your hands and knees to clean up your cat's poop is not exactly the highlight of pet ownership.

Can't someone make it easier?

Someone did.

More specifically, someone built a rotating cat toilet/washing machine/kitty litter tray to deal with your animal's mess. It's the ideal solution for pet owners who want to keep their kitty litter tidy and for cats who have spent too long doing their business out in the open like they run the place.

With the press of a button, a scoop inside the kitty-litter hole rotates around and collects all the unmentionables that have accumulated in your cat's poop prison. The scoop can then easily be removed to dispose of the litter.

Why scoop cat poop out of a tray like a monster when you could make your cat poop in this terrifying/amazing kitty litter washing machine!

Sensors on the front of the machine can detect your cat approaching and switch off the rotating mechanism to keep Felix safe. And lights on the front will flash because clearly you've bought this thing and you're that type of person.

On show at in Taipei, this is the kind of Grade-A that's on offer when you step out of the main halls and away from the and gaming rigs.

This is a piece of tech for cats who want to do as nature intended: Hide their poop in a rotating LED cat washing machine.




 




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