This is Tyrone. He was abandoned by his mom and this family took him in. Just wait till they start petting him... he gets so, so happy. Cuteheads, I never knew raccoons did such kitty-like things -- I learned something new today!
You know how people put those little stick figures on the back windows of their cars to represent their families? You'll see a mom, a dad, a cheerleader daughter, a hockey-playing son, a baby and a dog -- or something like that.
Well, I admit I threatened to put a woman and two cat stickers on the back of mine (The idea was immediately shot down by my boyfriend: "You can't do that to a Beemer!" Whatever.), but this is taking it to an extreme...
Seriously, when I first looked at this picture I literally laughed out loud (and I don't use the letters LOL lightly). Apparently, the original crasher squirrel picture featured a crasher cat as well -- but it was cut out before it went viral!
What an outrage! :) The hysterical kitty down there is one of the Cute's good Twitter buddies, @Dunkin_the_Cat. Doesn't it just make you crack up?!
Hey Cuteheads! I'm going to start a new regular Tuesday column -- Two Cats Tuesday! It'll be all about my two babies, Pimp and Moo. You've met them before, but now they're going to have their own special day on the Cute!
Make sure you come by each week and see what they're up to and say hi!
The first Two Cats Tuesday (and the reason I decided to start it, actually) is a totally groundbreaking moment the two boys had. You see, Pimp tolerates Moo. And by tolerate I mean he can be in the same room with him, but grooming, cuddling and PDA are completely off limits.
So you can imagine my sheer delight (Oh crap! Where's the camera?! Come on camera, turn on, turn on...) when I found this pileup on the love seat.
Is that Moo lying on Pimp? And is Pimp (nearly) unaffected by this? I wouldn't go so far as to say it's a "cuddle" but it's definitely an intrusion on Pimp's personal space (he needs a lot from Moo), and he doesn't appear to be in any hurry to skedaddle like usual.
Yup. Another look affirms this. He might actually be OK with it...
Which brings us to my other reason why this pile of kitties was so funny -- what kind of pile is this anyway? Don't cats usually lay next to each other, or slightly overlapping, or touching paw to back or something? Since when does one comfortably just hop aboard parallel to the other on his back?
I guess that's Moo for you. He has never followed any rules, so I should know better than to expect him to start doing so now...
The floofy white kitten is veeeery slowly, veeeery carefully inching his way up to the ridiculously cute fennec fox (A close-up, yay!)... and then he realized what he's doing, and the fox realizes, too. Someone gets the ol' one-two -- watch to find out who!