From Tina Connolly’s story, One Ear Back, in which our human protagonist finally becomes human, after many years in the body of a cat.
I feel strangely hollow these days. Lost between worlds; I can’t curl up with my pack of cats, nor can I feel at ease with these large-souled humans. Osvif and Ingy overflow with generosity to me. But I seem to have used up my humanity in my quest to become one.
Ridiculous longings! The dreams of a kitten. I knew where my soul was, once. It fit right between the ears, in a little fuzzy body.
Once I had a right-sized soul, the soul of a cat.
Henri 2, Paw de Deux (by WillBraden)
I alone feel this torment. The white idiot writhes on his chair, begging for cheeseburgers. I’m surrounded by morons.
Henri (by WillBraden)
My thumbs are not opposable. Yet I oppose everything.
Artie from Warehouse 13: Past Imperfect.
Incredible story of a rescued spotted eagle owl posted to The Owl Pages. After recovering from his injuries, he continues visiting his rescuers, attempting to feed their cat and care for other injured owls and a crow.
He’s been a great help to one young owl with two broken legs and a damaged wing and an adorable owlet (sadly, they won’t allow me to link to the pic-but I strongly encourage you to visit the site).
Check out the fabulous gift he presents to one of his saviors about four inches from her head, while she’s asleep.
Detective Meloni is about to discover one of the drawbacks of having Detective Kitty-Face Kitty as a partner.
Join Detective Kitty-Face Kitty on his journey to clean up crime in the city.
kitten vs TWO scary things (котенок против ДВУХ неведомых хреней) (by ignoramusky)
The Bobcats by The Oatmeal.
I explained to that little douchecopter that the office fridge is the Vietnam of food storage - it’s the law of the jungle in there.
All the earmarks of a cat gang.
Mrs. Thaddeus Caraway and cat. Hattie Caraway was a two-term US Senator and the first woman ever elected to that office. Washington DC 1925. (via Shorpy Historic Photo Archive)
Man, that’s a cat gang if I ever saw one. You know they’re up to no good.