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#87 - slyguyjb
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(04/21/2013) [-]
Almost as cute
Almost as cute
#101 to #87 - jimmyjab
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(04/21/2013) [-]
Cuter*... Dogs > Cats
#106 to #101 - ganaloththedragon
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(04/21/2013) [-]
Almost as cuter?
#107 to #106 - jimmyjab
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(04/21/2013) [-]
Why the **** did I put an asterisk...
Why the **** did I put an asterisk...
#22 - mrgoodlove
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(04/20/2013) [-]
**** that is adorable. Most people don't even do that...
#71 - xgeneration
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(04/21/2013) [-]
Posts like this make me wants a cat.
But cats are dicks.
#75 to #71 - chiefrunnyjeans
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(04/21/2013) [-]
so true. cat's never smile. they don't really care about you either. They only care about food. I should know, I've got 3 cats in my family and they're all assholes.
#76 to #75 - xgeneration
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(04/21/2013) [-]
I have a dog, and it never leave me alone.

When I take a **** and forgot to close the door, it walks in and sit in front of me and just stare straight at me in the eye.

Still better than a cat.
#77 to #76 - chiefrunnyjeans
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(04/21/2013) [-]
I love dogs! I don't have one (yet), but my sister's dog is awesome. She hikes with me in the woods off leash. She's really smart too. If we say that we are going somewhere she'll put her sweater in her bag (she wears clothes because she doesn't have much hair). I love her.
#79 to #75 - Jxeer
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(04/21/2013) [-]
"Your" cats are assholes.
Not all cats are like that, at least not mine or the one in the picture. its attitude to you will depend on how the beings around him treat it.
#88 to #71 - lesrin
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(04/21/2013) [-]
im a dog kinda guy, got 3 cats ones from hell itself, the other pisses and ***** in my shower, but the third? well if zues didnt forge him to be the most amazing mother ****** ever then i dont know who did
#95 to #71 - sphincterface
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(04/21/2013) [-]
Depends on what cat. My cat is the nicest cat ever.
#103 to #71 - rhiaanor
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(04/21/2013) [-]
Not al cats are bad. I had a cat that instead of meowing he said "raaaanch" with a meowing undertone. It was great, then he kind of.... spontaneously died. I think the man from dishonored came to my house while I was gone or something. I will miss ranch, very very much. All other cats are dicks though, expecially fat black ones.
#82 to #71 - shishiko **User deleted account**
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(04/21/2013) [-]
My cat's the nicest little bugger I've ever had. Cute and not the stereotypical not caring kind, he loves playing with people.
My cat's the nicest little bugger I've ever had. Cute and not the stereotypical not caring kind, he loves playing with people.
#171 - anon
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(04/21/2013) [-]
Your lack of punctuation angers me
#173 to #171 - sorenlolz
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(04/21/2013) [-]
Everything angers you, you're an angry black man.
#175 to #171 - zhooker
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(04/21/2013) [-]
>Your lack of punctuation angers me
>angers me
>me
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#138 - UlquiorraCifer
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(04/21/2013) [-]
"someone is in the same room eating as him"
"As Him"
#127 - Matengel
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(04/21/2013) [-]
It porbably has something to do with his position in his view of the ranking system. Alpha cat (owner) gets first dibs on food, leading me to believe that this owner abuses his cat. because no normal cat believes they are below anything in rank
#148 to #127 - hachigomo
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(04/21/2013) [-]
Actually that cat looks a lot like a Maine Coon. Them, Angoras, Siamese, and Maus have been known for odd social interactions. I have known at least three Maine Coon cats that have had this habit. It has nothing to do with being abused. It just has more to do with what kind of bond those cats have with their owners since they are at the top of the line in intelligence as far as domesticated cats go. It's kind of like how the more intelligent breeds of dogs tend to act differently than some of the other man-made ones.
#219 to #148 - anon
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(04/25/2013) [-]
I like how ******* retarded people managed to thumb this guy down. He isn't wrong. Wake the **** up faggots.
#98 - gojeda
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(04/21/2013) [-]
My cat would do that all the time if my dad allowed animals at the table. Pic related, it's my cat at the table.
#55 - rebenely
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(04/20/2013) [-]
My dog doesn't eat until he knows that I am not watching.
#90 to #55 - alphawolffifteen
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(04/21/2013) [-]
Weird, my weiner dog would only eat when I was nearby to watch over him. He was mauled by a bigger dog one time while he was eating, so now he feels the need for protection.
#73 to #55 - EvilSquiggly
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(04/21/2013) [-]
My dog does that when he takes a dump.   
So I wait for him to be in ******** and stare at him through the window, looking back with the most hilarious face of embarrassment.
My dog does that when he takes a dump.
So I wait for him to be in ******** and stare at him through the window, looking back with the most hilarious face of embarrassment.
#37 - zorororonoa
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(04/20/2013) [-]
#70 to #37 - tocoolforyouinajar
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(04/21/2013) [-]
At first glance i read that as "**** YEAH COCKSLAP"
#9 - eventyr
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(04/20/2013) [-]
well, my cat has this habit of curling her tail to a spiral whenever she is amused, also she get angry and growls at people she knows i hate, sometimes she chases and growls at strangers, as to protect me, i got a little guardian as a friend.
#6 - smasselski
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(04/20/2013) [-]
i don't know, but maybe it's because he has manners?
#172 - derpend
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(04/21/2013) [-]
WHY DOES EVERY REPLY ON TUMBLR HAVE TO BE IN CAPS
#198 to #172 - iwatchitfortheplot
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(04/21/2013) [-]
Because they are mostly 13-15 year old girls
#182 to #172 - unggoy
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(04/21/2013) [-]
BECAUSE, **** YOU, THAT'S WHY!
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#203 to #200 - cabbagemayhem
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(04/21/2013) [-]
That was a happy post, and then a very sad post.
#207 to #200 - baconbiscuits
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(04/21/2013) [-]
Shared story time
>Be 7, about a month til 8th birthday
>Never ask parents for anything (we were poor, so anything was appreciated)
>This year folks ask "Have anything in mind?"
>"A dog?"
>Ensue ********* of "Not responsible enough! Lotta work!" Blah, blah, blah.
>Supah sad.
>Birthday rolls around, get a card and cake (Hooray)
>Getting ready to go to bed
>Mom hollers "Let's go see Aunt Nunyabusiness!"
>Supah stoked. She's a wicked cook and would surely have birthday yum-yums for me
>Go up the holler (lived in hills of WV, all family in our holler) to Aunt's
>**** ton of people. Looks like the family reunions
>Get out of our piece of crap car, uncle spins 'round
>Tiny sheltie pup in his arms
>Start the water works
>Cry tears of joy I've never felt before



To be continued....
#208 to #207 - baconbiscuits
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(04/21/2013) [-]
>Nerdy kid in school
>Real scrawny and picked on a lot
>No friends
>Feel true friendship for the first time in my life
>Hold my new best friend in my arms weeping while my family basks in the moment of man and friend
>Rascal slept in my bed by my side that night and for many nights to come
>Only friend for years
>Do everything together, tell him about all the dickwads at school
>Forgot housekey one winter had to sit outside til folks got home
>Snowing, cold as ****, wore shorts (dumb as ****)
>Rascal cuddles up next to me to keep me warm
>Sleight riding, hit a tree (still dumb as ****)
>Rascal tries to drag me to safety
>Wreck 4-wheeler into creek
>Submerged under water
>Rascal barking to get parents
>But they don't come and just think it's a car or something
>Got out from under it because still scrawny as ****



To be continued again. Sorry if these suck. Never told this story before. I'm nostalgia'ing so hard, just lemme go with it please.
#209 to #208 - baconbiscuits
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(04/21/2013) [-]
>Dad gets another dog
>Huge piece of **** dog
>Names it "Freeloader"
>Too true.
>Fat **** douche dog
>Jealous of Rascal and his attention
>Eats his food
>Move Rascals food and throw dirt in Freeloaders food any chance I get
>Then they both start disappearing
>Freeloader would lead Rascal far away then run back in hopes he would get lost
>I'm not even making this **** up, Freeloader was a huge ******* cunt
>I hope he's dead now. No regrets
>One day Freeloader gets home
>Hour goes by, then two, then three: no Rascal
>Bawl my eyes out
>My grandpa mounts his fourwheeler and goes on the 1-man search party
>Comes back that night
>Found him tangled in barb wire UNDER a piece of tin sheet.
>What the ****?
>Parents agree that's the last straw
>Give Freeloader to some deaf and nearly blind old lady
>Called him Freddy
>Ran into her years later and "FWEDDDYYYYY!" Looked miserable as ****
>Good.
>Back to story
#210 to #209 - baconbiscuits
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(04/21/2013) [-]
>Years go by.
>Got new dog
> Rottweiler named Rocky
>Badass dog. Dumb as ****, but nice as all get out
>Instant best friends with Rascal (hooray!)
>Transition from boy to man
>No epic montage
>**** was hard
>Rascal was by my side every step of the way though
>Family moves out of the holler for better "job location"
>Neighbors down the road have sheltie dog
>GIRL sheltie dog
>Talk to my folks about breeding them for $$$
>Folks figure, "Why not?"
>Tell me the plan and I'm like "Cool! Puppies!"
>What wasn't cool is how sheltie poon changes a dog
>Rascal noticeably different
>Distracted constantly
>Won't fetch, won't walk, won't do ****
>Literally just tries to get back to his lady
>I'm distraught, try having "talks" with him
>Promise him I'll take him to visit or for booty calls
>He doesn't buy it
>Constantly going MIA
#211 to #210 - baconbiscuits
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(04/21/2013) [-]
>Jump to Sunday morning
>School pictures next day
>Mom buys the pictures "So she picks the haircut"
>Off to get a flat-top (woopeee)
>Go to get in the car and my dad tells me to run back in the house real quick
>Whatever. Go back inside. Cold out anyway.
>Comes in a little later and we're off.
>Get home with new cut and ride bike around while my parents set-up for a garage sale
>See dad whisper in moms ear
>Mom gasps. Cue the waterworks.
>Sister away on field trip to Seneca Rocks that weekend
>First thought "Oh **** she fell off."
>Never forget next words
> Been over 7 years now
>Hear them plane as day
>"Rascal's dead."
#213 to #211 - baconbiscuits
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(04/21/2013) [-]
>Didn't understand english for a split second
>"Dead?" Not processing
>First time I've ever had any in my family die ever
>Hits me like a sack of bricks
>Can't breath. First true friend. Only friend for years. Best friend. Gone.
>More waterworks.
>Apparently he was hit by a car
>Dad had seen when he went to take me for a haircut
>Hit and run. Was so bad he didn't want me to see him all over the place.
>Buried him while I was in the house before haircut
>Try to watch t.v. to calm down
>All Dogs Go To Heaven: Next
>Blue Clue's: Next
>Cats vs. Dogs: Next
>Powerpuff Girls, whatever not about dogs (Episode where everyone gets turned into dogs) Turn off t.v.
>Flash forward a week
>Rocky goes into deep depression after loss of his best friend, too
>Stops eating. Try dog-food, hamburger, anything. Won't eat.
>Starts getting sickly. Does nothing but lay-down all day.
>Take him to vet.
>They put him down. I lost two of my most loyal friends in less than two weeks.


This is the first time I've spoke of it since it happened. It's been years. Now I have a cat, and he hates my ******* guts. Sorry for the long ass boring story, but I feel your pain. R.I.P. Joey you wonderful embodiment of man's best friend!
#174 - zhooker
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(04/21/2013) [-]
My favorite cat that I've ever had actually used to not eat when I left. He almost died when I left to Florida. I came home and took care of him and he never left my side, always cuddling with me and trying to get my attention. He used to go outside a lot and the whole neighborhood loved him... Except ONE of my neighbors... He was the most amazing pet I've ever had and he was more than just a cat to me... One day he got out and never came back... I miss him so much. No matter what I was going through, I always had him by my side to comfort me. All I want is to at least know what happened to him. It's mostly the mystery that kills me, because someone could have taken him or he could have gotten hit by a car or abused by neighborhood hoodlums. It has haunted me every single day since that day in November last year.
#176 to #174 - charmapolice
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(04/21/2013) [-]
when it's the cat's time to die, some choose to leave their homes
#177 to #176 - zhooker
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(04/21/2013) [-]
He was very healthy and only a year old. I don't think it was quite his time, but I guess it's possible.
He was very healthy and only a year old. I don't think it was quite his time, but I guess it's possible.
#178 to #177 - charmapolice
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(04/21/2013) [-]
yeahh mother nature :/
#179 to #178 - zhooker
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(04/21/2013) [-]
I had two other cats at the time and there was a place in my house where they could get out (it's fixed now) and they got outside a lot. I think the one neighbor that is a total dick about everything may have lured them to her house and had them taken away by animal control/the humane society. It's very possible that they may have just got picked up just for being outside, because one was wearing a collar with an old number, another had lost it's collar because it took it off and the other (my favorite) could take it's collar off after fiddling with it for a bit. They may have got picked up because just two blocks over, there is a huge cat problem... Or just taken by the neighbors who liked them and kept inside their houses. I've called every humane society/shelter in the area several times and went to several people's homes asking if they've seen him or either of the other two and nobody has.
#180 to #179 - charmapolice
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(04/21/2013) [-]
oh noo :( so sad, one of my cats went to die on her sandbox :( it was so sad, as if she felt like she wasn't worth it anymore, and covered herself in her own dirt :(
#181 to #180 - zhooker
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(04/21/2013) [-]
Come on, man...   
   
I didn't need this right now.   
   
I'm seriously crying.
Come on, man...

I didn't need this right now.

I'm seriously crying.
#216 to #174 - pwnsomelink
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(04/21/2013) [-]
I know your feel, bro.

I had a cat that was with us for years, I helped her mother give birth to her and I helped her when she had two litters of her own. She was an outside cat, so she wandered from time to time, but she always came back. But, sometime around December last year she left again and I haven't seen her since.

The mystery really sucks. We have neighbors who have these two German Shepards that they don't keep on leashes that have gotten our animals before, but Baby was really tough. She could have been picked up by somebody and kept, she would never keep her collars on and did have the look of a stray, but I'm never going to know for sure.

Oops, sorry for the long-ass story.
#97 - mkchillin ONLINE
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#91 - ixcarnifexxi
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(04/21/2013) [-]
Because you're the owner of the only polite cat
#69 - capricore
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(04/21/2013) [-]
Lone people with cats and internet make the funniest stories.
#46 - qubot
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(04/20/2013) [-]
enlarge
#72 to #46 - anthonyh
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(04/21/2013) [-]
Don't tell me what to do
#36 - qubot
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(04/20/2013) [-]
THATS UBER KAWAII
#64 to #36 - anon
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(04/21/2013) [-]
Well, I thought it was cute as a button.
#67 to #64 - qubot
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(04/21/2013) [-]
Sebastian♫, he used to eat nothing♫   
♪ now he eats at the table and he cute as a button♪
Sebastian♫, he used to eat nothing♫
♪ now he eats at the table and he cute as a button♪
#160 - resbiansrock
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(04/21/2013) [-]
**resbiansrock rolls 655**
#161 to #160 - resbiansrock
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(04/21/2013) [-]
fffffffffffffffuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu
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