Cats & Kittens

Weirdo cat obsessed with stealing plastic bags2m06s

Weirdo cat obsessed with stealing plastic bags

Merlin regularly searches for plastic bags in the house. What he doesn't know is that the bags are carefully placed there without him noticing, that way he thinks he's doing something "forbidden" and that's why it's even more exciting for him!

This Cat Rides A Pony As If The Ground Is Lava30s

This Cat Rides A Pony As If The Ground Is Lava

We are very well aware how silly this sounds. A cat on a pony? Come on, it is like a circus act waiting to happen. If you’ve ever been to a circus, you probably have seen one or two of those - a cat guy comes out with a clowder of cats, the felines all perform several tricks, then a pony comes out and the cats take turns doing a few more tricks while mounted on the pony. It was a big wow factor back then, but today, with the power of the Internet, it seems that there is a tiny jockey hidden in almost any cat out there. This one is no exception. Well this sure is a sight to see - a bulky cat standing on the back of a pony. This video is super adorable because the cat seems to be avoiding the ground as if it was made out of lava. Will he fall off? Jump off? Or pull a parkour like move? You have to watch and find out, you might be surprised. Simba is a big rockstar over at Decadent Coloured Sport Horses in Tewksbury, New Jersey. They specialise in Friesian Stallions, but they do also keep a few ponies, one of them being Serendipity. On one cool early spring morning, while the snow was still lingering on the ground, Simba came out with the ponies, but instead of taking a stroll around the property, the chubby cat propped himself on the pony and stayed there. Cynthia Saldana is the proprietor of this glorious establishment and she is not at all fazed by her cat’s decision not to bother with the cold ground. “You’re a rock star, yeah. That’s a very good seat, Simba,” she encourages the feline’s idea of a stroll and the cat sure looks like he is loving every minute of it. As for the pony, don’t worry - she probably didn’t feel a thing. If anything, the warmth from Simba’s fluffy body may have done her some good. In all fairness, this may be the first time we have seen a cat mount a horse on his own free will, but it isn’t the first time we have seen a cat on a horse at all. One bold little black cat named Dude decided that he really wanted to go for a ponyback ride in the New Jersey snow. So after a generous invitation from his loving human sister, Dude climbed upon the back of a very accommodating miniature horse named Gallant and joined his young human. This isn’t the first time this happened and in fact some improvements have been made. We are not all that interested in the horse’s skills, though. We are completely interested into the cat’s horse riding skills! Cats hate being on unstable grounds, so if this were any other feline, they would have jumped off the horse at first gallop. Have you ever witnessed an unusual friendship like this before? It is adorable how the nonchalant pony eats of the grass while the cat is hitching a ride on its back. Adorable! The relationship between a cat and a pony might be a bit advantageous, but it still pretty cute. We all know what a cat loves in this world - a full food bowl and a nice, soft and warm place to nap. Nothing qualifies more about the latter than a horse's back, especially when it is so cold outside, it freezes the pony’s whiskers into icicles! This is not the only time we have seen a cat actually doing something on the back of a horse. In another video, we see a nonchalant cat tagging along a horse, going for a miniature horseback ride! It sounds like it could be the main act in some circus show, but it is not! This bold little black cat decided that he really wanted to go for a ride in the New Jersey snow. So after a generous invitation from his loving human sister, it climbed upon the back of a very accommodating miniature horse and joined his young human. What did you think about this video? Make sure you tell us more in the comments down below. If you like what you see, don’t forget to share it with others who might like it as well. It just might be the highlight of their day! Enjoy! IG @withPizzaz FB @Decadentcoloredsporthorses

cynthia1
Published: June 1, 2018437 plays$0.69 earned
Ragdoll cat thinks he's a dog, loves playing fetch1m43s

Ragdoll cat thinks he's a dog, loves playing fetch

Merlin the Ragdoll cat loved to play fetch when he was a tiny kitten, it was one of his favorite dog activities! Whenever he wanted to play with his owners he didn't express his needs only through cute meowing sounds, but also through getting whatever he wanted to play with and putting it in front of his owner's feet. At least it was a very clear message, therefore no misunderstandings on guessing what he wants!

Kittens Engage In An Epic Battle For Tiger Toy Dominance 1m45s

Kittens Engage In An Epic Battle For Tiger Toy Dominance

It is totally inconceivable that a person who has access to the Internet and knows how to use it has not noticed that cats have totally taken over it and rule it with supremacy! But if you think that this is a modern phenomenon - you are dearly mistaken: not only that cats are trending for the past 10 years on the Internet but they are trending for millenia. If you do not believe us, please take a look at the drawings of cats in the Egyptian pyramids. But let us return to the present. Youtube is brimming with videos of cute kittens and every video is becoming an almost instant sensation. There are a lot of channels dedicated only to striped purring creatures, memes, gifs, demotivators, avatars with mustaches, tails and cat muzzles that have eclipsed the space of social networks, there are oceans of groups of feline lovers, which in fact are the most popular forms of online networking of pet enthusiasts. People who have not been dragged into the pool of kitty veneration, are dealing with a very logical question: "What aroused such interest in these soft-furred mousers? Why not dogs? Why not birds? Or fish? Why cats? ". Both the very culprits, doing the campaigns for promoting cats online, and the viewers and loyal cat fans, even though they do their best to unravel the mystery of cat interest, they cannot provide a single definite answer, apart from: "But they are soo cuuuuute - don’t you just want to squeeeze theem?", "Cat is my spirit animal, and I think that half the world agrees with me", "Cats ...hmm ... I just love them!", "Cause they are so funny and adorable." Do you think it's really so simple: do cats attract us with their charming charisma? And that's all? Watch for example, the adorable video of the two kittens who cannot decide who actually included in the fight. Malos and Sefid are two young kittens who have engaged in an epic wrestling match for tiger toy dominance. Who will win? The black one or the white one? Watching kitty play can never be a boring experience, and we are addicted to their charm. Check out the two precious little munchkins doing kitten stuff in the most adorable way! These two little kittens, named Malos and Sefid, get involved in a classic sibling play fight with a toy tiger boy serving as the prize and as the referee. It has to be one of the cutest confrontations you'll ever see. You can't help but smile while watching that! Now, do you finally understand why cats are the supreme rulers of the Internet?

TootsTeens
Published: May 30, 2018560 plays$1.42 earned
Smart Cat Treats Robot Vacuum Cleaner As A Personal Slave 40s

Smart Cat Treats Robot Vacuum Cleaner As A Personal Slave

On the modern household appliances market, robots vacuum cleaners are in great demand. The question arises almost by itself is whether pets can get along in the same house with this new “living and breathing” gadget, because it well known that cats and smaller dog breeds are afraid of vacuum cleaners. Many consumers buy a vacuum cleaner only to clean the hair residue from their pet’s coat. Therefore, one of the main factors when looking for a robot vacuum cleaner is the appliance’s power and quality. Another question that logically arises is whether the vacuum cleaner can harm the pet, or if the animal can break a vacuum cleaner. Not all animals can get along with smart technology that moves around the apartment by itself. Different types of pets have different attitudes toward the vacuum cleaner. Some can ignore it, and some are afraid of it, but at the first encounter the pet will observe the moving object, study its movements and the degree of danger it can probably afflict. There are 3 scenarios that are likely to unfold in the event of “adopting” a new industrious and smart home appliance: Cats and dogs would not care that the robot vacuum cleaner moves around the house. Over time, some animals get used to the gadget, stop fear it’s movement or the noise it produces, and their interest in the gadget would soon disappear. out of all possible scenarios, this is the best. The vacuum cleaner will be able to do its job without problems, and the beloved animals can sleep peacefully. The household pets would be afraid of the gadget. Most cats hide under the sofa when the vacuum cleaner starts. Here, noise is a big influence. If the vacuum cleaner is noisy, cats and dogs would be afraid of it. If it does not make noise, the animals will not hide, so it is best for your peace of mind that you go for the quiet option. Keep in mind that daily stress can adversely affect the health of your pet. Your bellowed pets would hasten to make friends with the robotic vacuum cleaner. Over time, the pet would get used to the gadget and would make first contact with it. Very often, you can come across a video on the Internet a cat is riding a vacuum cleaner. This is one of the forms of, let’s coin a new word for it: an “e-friendship”. At first sight, it may seem a good thing. And it is, but please keep in mind that manufacturers make a vacuum cleaner in such manner that the wheels can withstand the appliance itself together with the vacuumed load. And, if a properly fed cat, weighing more than 7 kilograms, climbs on it, the design would not withstand such a burden. There is a high probability of damage or breakage of the vacuum cleaner. The video we are about to show you features just such an “e-friendship:” we talked about in the third scenario. The cat behaves as if it does not notice the gadget in the sense it is not afraid of it, but in the same time it treats it as a personal slave, placing the best spot of its back for the vacuum cleaner to reach “that spot” and give it a proper massage.

harter66
Published: May 25, 201858,940 plays$87.99 earned