Since it's Shark Week, here's a video of a cat dressed as a shark riding a Roomba. We know what you're thinking, yes this IS that cat dressed as a shark riding a Roomba that chased that duck around last year. This time, though, there's more awesome SharkCat action to enjoy, so we'll share this video with you.
We all have those days when we're just over it. Maybe you're done with the traffic, bad weather or the fact that nothing can go right today. It happens to the best of us, and animals definitely aren't excluded.
We all know cats are quirky little creatures. For starters, they have a knack for imitating 'Shark Week' and 'The Great Gatsby Catsby'. We're not saying that stuff is weird or anything, it's just that cats always bring an element of hilarity to these sorts of situations. This also includes bath time.
Shark Week is here! Shark Week is here! We can finally stop living like it's Shark Week, because it's actually Shark Week! We're not the only one's who are excited by the prospect -- these animals also seem pretty geared up. (We're going to pretend the costumes were their idea, and not their owners.)
What's better than a cat? We know, we know -- what a preposterous question, but really, what's better than a cat? A cross-eyed cat! These cats' silly faces should make your day better. All without the horrible itching and wheezing that comes with encountering actual, real cats. Enjoy!
We love this? It's hard to say, because we don't know yet whether or not this black cat version of Daft Punk's "Get Lucky" is going to give us nightmares or not. Right now we *think* we love it, but we'll know for sure after we sleep on it...
This pretty much sums up the love/hate relationship all cat owners have with their pets. Specifically, we love them, and they hate us. This is the typical cat's reaction to its owner going on leave for six months. We think it's probably pretty accurate...
If we all didn't love anthropomorphic animals so much, there's no way Disney would be as successful as it is. It turns out there's something better than cartoon animals acting like people though -- real animals acting like people.
Raise your hand if you love trampolines! We sure do, particularly because they're like an instant way to revisit our inner five-year-old. While trampolines are no doubt fun, they can be hilariously painful, too (see: epic fails). If you think about it, though, the trampoline concept is also straight up confusing. That's why these animals are all, "what the heck, man?!"
It's no secret that we love cat GIFs, and everyone loves space, right? For years we've dreamed of an internet where both could peacefully coexist, and this Tumblr has finally made our dreams come true.