Cats

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Tigger was right all along.

Their tops are made out of rubber, and their bottoms are made out of springs.

Watch this ferocious beast soar high into the air in slow motion to tear into a huge chunk of meat.

Via: RM Videos
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It doesn't take much for a cat to be amused.

This guy just needs a little ball on a string, and he'll be busy for hours.

Watch him play a solo game of mid-air ping pong using only his paw as a paddle.

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John Cleese was a guest on the Graham Norton show alongside Taylor Swift back in October, and he made a big mistake by calling her cat Olivia Benson “the weirdest cat I have ever seen.”

She was not amused.

Now in a new Buzzfeed video, Cleese confesses his love of cats – but doesn’t do much apologizing to Swift.

In fact, he says he would like to one day bring her a new cat that is much more “proper.”

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Via: xxxtro
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Meet Mappy the kitten.

She is the biggest gamer ever, and her favorite system is the Wii U.

Game Over, other cats. Mappy wins Monday.

Via: Lorie Geee
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This cat loves paper.
And the only thing it loves more than paper, is driving you to the brink of insanity, one flick of its paw at a time.

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Via: NBC News
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Ahem… Is this the cat you're looking for?

A large, wild cat - initially thought to be a tiger - has been seen roaming around France near Disneyland Paris, and local city officials are telling people to stay indoors.

It was first spotted in the town of Montevrain near some tennis courts - a very bouncy surface (just saying) - and footprints have been spotted which resemble those of an adolescent tiger, according to a French news site.


Dozens of troops and police officers are on the hunt, and authorities are also using helicopters with thermal imaging to track down the beast.

EuroDisney says it has no big cats in its park, and a nearby wild cat animal park says all animals are accounted for.

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