If you have seen BatDad, know that he has a nemesis. Truth be told, BaneCat would kick ass.
The 16th century was seeing warfare get revolutionized. Gunpowder had shown up on the scene and changed warfare from the way humans had been accustomed to fighting forever. With every drastic change, come new strategies, and a good number of them are likely to be wacky; like these illustrations from a 1530 war manual that advocates using animals to deliver weapon payloads.
The battle of the five kings has come to a grinding halt as a new king now sits on the iron throne. Grumpy Cat has claimed the iron throne at the Game of Thrones exhibit at SXSW. Eat your heart out, mother of dragons.
The kitty needs a bed, so why not let it be a hamburger so the kitty is happy, and you are amused. For one, the cat burger pillow is much better than anything sounding like cardboard box can ever be, and the cat as a patty presents such an adorable view.
Cats and wolves aren’t from the same family tree, much less werewolves, but you could find them some similarities. A group of cat breeders have created the Lykoi Cats, felines with a small crop of hair that makes them look like werewolves. Lykoi is a mutation of the shorthair cat, and does not grow a full coat of fur, including on its face.
This kitty has it all sorted out. On skateboards at least. Watch Didga the cat do tricks on a remote controlled skateboard with finesse and skill.
Cute kittens play out Pixar’s Finding Nemo in costumes. Narrated by children.
The battle lines are drawn, the kitty needs to wear armor. Your cat probably won’t love you any more for getting it armor, but then again it won’t detest you any more either. So you could cover you cat in leather armor without worrying much.
The Lion King is cute enough, The Lion King played by kittens is just as cute.
Characters from the TV Show Downton Abbey have found a new home in Houndton Abbey. The series by Massachusetts-based artist and illustrator Toadbriar presents characters from the famous TV Show as cats and dogs. Paintings for the series have been done with archival materials that are supposed to last for 200 years in indoor lighting conditions. Prints available on Etsy.