Mardi Gras, also known as Fat Tuesday, is a day of celebration, and cats can be real party animals! The cats in these pictures have their beads ready and their party masks in their paws. You might see them atop a parade float later!
Presidents Day falls on February 17th in 2020. With politics taking over every second of our lives these days, I got to wondering–what if your cat could run for President? These ten cats would definitely make the cut to be the next President of the United States!
It’s February, so Valentine’s Day is on our minds. Are you wondering what to do for your favorite feline? You should be! But never fear. Here are some delightful ideas to celebrate with your furry feline family!
Looking for a little romance on Valentine’s Day? Make sure and look out for your pet’s safety, too, as items that show affection can be deadly for dogs and cats. Here are some tips for keeping furry family members safe on this holiday.
It’s February, and that means that Valentine’s Day is on our minds again. Of course, we want to spend this special day with our one true love–cats! Here are some kitties who would like to wish you a Happy Valentine’s Day just in time for the big day on February 14th!
In honor of Laugh And Get Rich Day on February 8th, here are five cats who are strictly about their cash and showing off their expensive lifestyles. They might make you laugh, but getting rich is up to you.
January 24th is Change A Pet’s Life Day! It’s a chance to celebrate making positive changes in our cat’s lives, to raise awareness about shelter animals in need of homes, and to encourage adoption. Here are eight ways to change a cat’s life for the better!
While cats may not understand what the big deal is with all the celebrating, they tolerate our human shenanigans because they love us so much. And a few of them even get in on the action and celebrate along with us. Here are a few kitties ringing in the new year. Happy New Year to you and your feline family!
Usually, we keep to the resolutions for a few weeks before we discover that our old habits were more fun. This idea of skipping out on New Year’s resolutions is something that cats are all about, just like us humans. Here are five new year’s resolutions that cats are guaranteed to break within minutes.
We’re sliding into 2020, and with a new year come New Year’s resolutions. We’ve got our own list of human things to work on this coming year, but I’ll bet your cat has their own resolutions, too! What will your cat get up to in 2020? Maybe they’ll make a few improvements, just like these cats!
We’re ready to start the countdown and ring in 2020, and some of our feline friends are joining the fun. Make sure to play this at your New Year’s Eve party and crank the volume really loud. Everyone will appreciate it!
January 3rd is Festival Of Sleep Day! The idea behind the hashtag holiday is to catch up on any sleep or rest you might have missed during all the hullabaloo of the holidays. Of course, if you’re a cat, stacking up your daily sleeping hours is not exactly much of a hardship.
All around the world, December 31st is celebrated as New Year’s Eve. But did you know that the date is also officially recognized as No Interruptions Day? It sounds like an occasion to enter a period of calm and quiet reflection; although, your cat might have other ideas.
These kitties would like to honor National Pledge of Allegiance Day. It’s December 28th. Mark your calendar and get ready to put your paw over your heart!
It’s time for the winter holidays, and what better way to celebrate than with adorable Christmas kittens? These sweet, little furballs are ready for Santa to slide down the chimney with lots of gifts. Here are 20 Christmas kittens who are loving their first holiday season!
Christmas is almost here, and you can spread the love with your friends and family on Facebook, Twitter, and all of social media with a few cat Christmas e-cards! Sending e-cards is a great way to skip the hassle of mailing cards to everyone on your list.
Unless you’re some kind of Grinch, you want your kitty to have an awesome Christmas. But there are lots of mistakes humans make when it comes to celebrating the holidays with our feline friends. Here are ten ways you might totally ruin your cat’s Christmas.
For a kitty, your tree is basically a giant toy with more toys hanging from it–a.k.a. your precious ornaments and decorations. Here are ten adorable videos of cats climbing, attacking, and ruining Christmas trees.
Cats certainly warm our hearts in the cold months. There’s nothing like a furry friend to purr and snuggle with you by the fire. The kitties in these pictures are ready for you to take their pictures for Christmas cards and spread some cheer via the postal service.
While things like gingerbread cookies, presents, and holiday music may make us humans feel festive, there are certain aspects of Christmas that may have your cat thinking this holiday is solely about them. Here’s why your cat believes Christmas is all about celebrating their feline glory.
Make sure you don’t leave your kitty out of the gift giving experience–they are a part of your family, after all! You’re going to want to have the camera ready because when cats open Christmas presents, they do it in very dramatic fashion, like the cats in these videos.