The following 40 images follow the life of Froppy, from the moment she was found, underweight and covered with fleas -- to her living healthy, happy, and loved.
We wish you the best, Froppy! And thank you to the kind Samaritans who cared for her!
We love snaps. Specifically, those cat snaps.
But, let's stop and think for a moment. If possible would cats send each other snaps as well?
The answer is most likely yes, and most likely it will be them making fun of us. But hey, we're okay with that! And just because we love them so much, here is pretty much what we think they would send to each other...
This newfound Cat Father happened upon one unbelievable catsh*t crazy kind of situation, under his bed! Sometimes, you've gotta listen to those paternal instincts, and let it ride. In this case, he follows his instincts, and makes swift power moves, like cancelling his malt whiskey and comics order. Already sounds like he's acting on some love, and can you blame him? Kittens have an uncanny knack for breaking down the most hardened of emotional exteriors, with profound cuteness.
This is one Twitter account you need to be following if you claim to be a cat lover! All cats, all day! From heartwarming videos, to the cutest kittens, cats living their best lives, and just a thousand other crazy shenanigans cats do -- this account features them ALL.
AwwwwCats, you have our hearts.
In an effort to raise awareness about stray cats in the area, the Yoro Railway LTD partnered with the Kitten Cafe Sanctuary in Gifu, Japan to create the world's first rolling cat café on a train. As part of the event, passengers traveling between the Ogaki and Ikeno Stations were able to share their commute with a whole bunch of adoptable and adorable kittens who needed homes.
We'll never get over how ridiculous and hilarious cats are. They're stupidly cute, but at the same time they're like tiny compact fluffy balls of evil that would probably not hesitate to take over the world if they had thumbs. For now, they'll just have to settle for being royalty in our homes.