The Official Cuteness Caturday Thread

SirMeow

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Today's Cuteness Caturday entry.

I think it's a little late to rescue that pasta dish...

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SirMeow

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Yeah, in practice one is unlikely to get sick, but it's unhygenic and offputting.
 

Mars

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Ahhhh, irresistible kittens....and unlike human babies, baby cats don't lose their cuteness when they grow up. :)
 

Elizabeth

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Nova being cute
 

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SirMeow

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Ok, not really Cuteness Caturday material, but important reasons for keeping our beloved kitties indoors.

For anyone who thinks that they must roam free, know that most cats will shrink their horizons when kept indoors so that the house becomes the territory to prowl around and pretend to be ferocious.

They'll be pretty happy with their pampered life. Is it really worth having any of these terrible things happen to them all in the name of "freedom"? Clearly not. Please keep them indoors and keep them stimulated with toys, playtime, cat trees, scratching posts, etc.

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jamson

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Absolutely, keeping cats indoors is essential for their safety. They can lead happy lives with proper stimulation indoors, minus the risks outside. Safety first! 🐾
 

SirMeow

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Right, this thread has been a bit neglected lately, so check out Fedya, the adorable cross eyed cat!

Fedya, a four-year-old cross-eyed cat, has won 311,000 followers for his photos and videos on Instagram, thanks to his quirky cartoon-like looks.

His owner, Natalya Zhdanova, 42, from Rostov-on-Don, Russia, said her pet brought “joy and smiles” to people.

Fedya was born with a coordination disorder and initially struggled to move, with Natalya fearing he might not survive when she found him in her back garden in 2020, but the feline is now thriving.

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SirMeow

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For this Cuteness Caturday, I've got the cutest video for you. This rescue cat is so meowy! ❤️