[Found here, here and here.]
[Update: Greetings Mentalfloss, Miss Cellanea and Nodwick readers!]
Tags: .gif animation, cat slide, nematode, pendulum
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Poor little Mama cat. She can’t keep up with her babies. They keep sliding out of the nest. :)
I can totally read mama cat’s mind.
“Don’t you even thi… hey, get back here!”
“How many times have I told you…?!?”
“Mommy’s going to lose it!”
“You just wait till your father gets home!”
Leeuna– Bit of a discipline problem?
Mel– NOBODY can read a cat’s mind because they have invisible thought blockers just outside their fuzzy little noggins.
Epiphany! I thought my cat just didn’t think. Ever.
Mel– Reminds me of a vivid dream I had once. I was sitting in the kitchen and the cat walked by. “Hey, Smokey,” I said.
The cat replied, “Wassup.”
I said, “Wow! You can talk?”
Cat said, “Yeah, but not to you.”
nursem– They make quiet pets and they don’t chew up the furniture.
I think the cat has gone loopy!
Good idea, actually. Just record myself saying, “Sit down. Chew with your mouth closed. Elbows off the table. Use a napkin. Don’t talk with your mouth full.”
Set it to loop and I’m good for meal time.
Then, I’ll record some common morning phrases and some common evening phrases. I may never have to talk to the kids (or my husband) again.
Dr. J– ALL cats are loopy! Thanx for stopping by. Gotta lotta other .gif’s in the archives, too.
Bunk, (odd name)
I just checked out the galloping needlepoint pup – That was amazing, especially showing the back stitches.
Dr. Chicken (odd name) — I have no idea how long it took to make one, let alone 15 for the animation.
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