Caturday

Look at me…

…look at your cat…

…look at me and look no further.

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Happy Easter !

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Just some more OwlKitty.

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Next Grammy award winner

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…words couldn’t describe Cinna’s enthusiasm for CCP’s proposed changes to industry. …

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The Extreme Comfort olympic team practices hard day and night

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…and no not some internet cat…

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…the struggle is real…

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Welcome hooman, have you brought any food for me?

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It’s often been rumored that a cat’s “slow blink” is its way of saying, “I love you.” It’s even been called a “cat kiss”! The truth is, we’ll never truly know what’s going on inside a kitty’s brain, but there’s evidence to suggest a cat slowly wincing at its human means it trusts its companion.

“Cats will typically avoid eye contact when afraid or threatened; when they are being offensively aggressive, they will stare (and staring at them is perceived as a threat),” Mikel Delgado, a cat researcher the University of California Davis School of Veterinary Medicine, tells Inverse. “The slow blink is a demonstration of eye contact without staring, and we interpret this behavior as a sign of relaxation and trust. Some might call that love.”

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And now, a curio: this daguerreotype from ~1845 is considered the oldest photograph of a cat!

Guess the photographer used a thirsty cat to ensure that it wouldn’t move (much) during the exposure of the daguerreotype…

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