November 7, 2012

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July 22, 2011
The Dark Underside of America’s Obsession With Cat Ownership

The Dark Underside of America’s Obsession With Cat Ownership

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July 7, 2011

Behold the WORM CAT!

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June 20, 2011

Kitten actually playing bass for obscure Doom Jazz combo.

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June 13, 2011

Is it possible for something to be TOO CUTE?

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April 26, 2011

Kittens and Salsa

OH MY GOD I JUST DIED BECAUSE OF THE CUTENESS!

(via)

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September 30, 2009
Unsinkable Sam
Previously named Oscar, he was the ship’s cat of the German battleship Bismarck. When she was sunk on May 27 1941, only 116 out of a crew of over 2,200 survived. Luckily, Oscar was picked up by the destroyer HMS Cossack. Cossack herself was torpedoed and sunk a few months later, on 24 October, killing 159 of her crew, but again, Oscar survived to be rescued, and was taken to Gibraltar. He became the ship’s cat of HMS Ark Royal but she too was torpedoed and sunk in November that year. Oscar was again rescued, but it was decided at that time to transfer him to a home on land. By now known as Unsinkable Sam, he was given a new job as mouse-catcher in the Governor General of Gibraltar’s office buildings. He eventually returned to the UK and spent the rest of his life at the ‘Home for Sailors’. A portrait of him hangs in the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich.

Unsinkable Sam

Previously named Oscar, he was the ship’s cat of the German battleship Bismarck. When she was sunk on May 27 1941, only 116 out of a crew of over 2,200 survived. Luckily, Oscar was picked up by the destroyer HMS Cossack. Cossack herself was torpedoed and sunk a few months later, on 24 October, killing 159 of her crew, but again, Oscar survived to be rescued, and was taken to Gibraltar. He became the ship’s cat of HMS Ark Royal but she too was torpedoed and sunk in November that year. Oscar was again rescued, but it was decided at that time to transfer him to a home on land. By now known as Unsinkable Sam, he was given a new job as mouse-catcher in the Governor General of Gibraltar’s office buildings. He eventually returned to the UK and spent the rest of his life at the ‘Home for Sailors’. A portrait of him hangs in the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich.

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