Imagine you had $300 and you spent all of that on drugs...drugs for the biggest party for your cats!
That's right. We're talking about catnip.
Sounds pretty terrific, wouldn't you agree?
Seems like one heck of a party! Next time, we want an invite!
Is there anything more beautiful than a mother's love? Probably not.
Even though these kittens are no longer kittens now, this video is just too heartwarming not to be resurfaced once more!
Moments of bliss for this loving mother who softly meows at her kittens, as a form of communication. Add that sound to the purring and you've got nothing but happiness!
Cats: unintelligible gurgling
Humans: ah yes, English
OK, maybe it's not exactly English, but we hear what we want to hear! And we want to believe that our furbabies are capable of communicating with us. But not too much, then things could get real creepy real quick.
This is why we love cats so much. They just don't care about your fancy classical performance, they just want a place to relax and at that moment, that stage looked like a prime spot. And don't you just love how they just accept him and let him chill?
Nathan and Winnie are both adventure cats who love going to the beach! In this video, they both go swimming for the first time together!
And you know what? They're better swimmers than us.
Watch the adorable lil panther duo swim side-by-side as they paddle through the shallow beach water.
Quite romantic, wouldn't you say?
Follow the pair on Instagram!
Imgur user @leftofthenormal, found this little motherless kitten in their neighborhood and decided to adopt her.
Not knowing how their adult cat, Frank, would handle this new little kitten -- to say they were surprised would be an understatement!
The kitten took to Frank like glue and Frank? Absolutely adored every second of it.
Stop the presses. This might be the cutest thing you'll ever hear!
We are absolutely melting at the sound of Jeddah's squeaks while being pet!
In this video shot by Mandi Griffith, a care with Sydney Wildlife, we are introduced to Jeddah, a juvenile bat.
"This is Jeddah. He loves to be tickled, petted and scratched. Look at that blissful face. Jeddah is a Grey-Headed Flying-Fox. I usually clip my videos quite short when it's all one behaviour being shown, but this bliss went on and on and I just couldn't bring myself to deprive you of any of the lengthy joy. I particularly loved the yawny and sniffy bits about half way through. And I love the curl of the tongue as he yawns.
This bat was not releasable due to injuries. He is in care with a vaccinated and licensed bat carer. This bat is not a pet. He was a baby hand raised for release, and became an education animal. He is used to being handled. He actively solicits attention and cuddles. There have been suggestions that this bat is terrified and the squeaks are not cute. This bat is in bliss and is able to get away from the carer at any time. He is choosing to be stroked. He solicits attention."
Did you catch the bat smiling? If not, look closely!
After losing her baby chicks, this mother hen has taken in seven little critters into her care: 5 ducklings and 2 Totenko Fowl chicks. This mama has her work cut out for her!
Protective and caring, this mother hen is turning out to be the best mother these other little critters could've ever hoped for!
Don't believe us? Watch how these chicken dotes on the ducklings and how the ducklings flock to her -- instead of their actual birth mother.
Maternal instinct comes to naturally this caring chicken.
Not that we can blame them! Did you see how cute that cub is!? If not, you need to re-watch it again. And again. And again.
This little lady of wildcat wandered into a factory one day and pretty much stole the heart of the entire factory staff! Just look at the way they look at her!
OK, we might be major piles of mushiness, as well! Just can't be helped.
This is a two-part episode that leaves on a cliff-hanger but don't worry too much! Here is part 2.
Half-Asleep Chris makes a 'Keyboard of Meows,' filled with sounds from his beloved cat Ralph, who meows all... the... time.
With the heartbreaking loss of Half-Asleep Chris's other black cat, Tom, this beautiful video plays as a reminder to appreciate our cats while they're still with us.
So with that in mind, Half-Asleep Chris has created this keyboard and it will always serve as a beautiful memory of Ralphs' meows, yawns and purrs... even if it sounds like the stuff from nightmares.
Friendship has no bounds!
Meet Jez and Emmett! The duo the internet is melting over! Both Jez and Emmett are solo orphans who were found alone and separated from their mothers.
When they met in foster care, this unlikely duo became the best of friends! Watch them interact with one another and fall completely and hopelessly in love.
We know we have.
Picture this; You're 15, you're improving your pull-ups and device that it's time to show the world what you're made of. So you are going to videotape your success and show just how many pull-ups you can do. So you set everything up. Perfect angle for the camera, timing, lighting, everything. You start. You're on a role, you're pushing through these pull-ups easy peasy. You're excited, you turn around and you see the cat...blocking the entire view because let's face it... cats know they are the center of attention and make sure that everyone knows it too.
I Can Has Cheezburger has a new Youtube Channel filled with more awwdorable (and funny) videos!
Welcome! You've made it through another long work week! It's time you reward yourself with some of the funniest, cutest and plain bizarre cat videos on Instagram! Enjoy! If you missed last week's top 5, you can find it here. There are few things in this world better than scrolling through cat hashtags on Instagram.
But we can't think of any. Nor do we want to.
BBC Earth has compiled an incredible short video featuring five separate species and their unique superpower.
In this video you've find out that dragonflies can see in slow-motion, or that a giant rat's sense of smell can actually detect tuberculosis!
How crazy is that?!
There's so much to learn, and BBC Earth does an excellent job on delivering animal facts!