While Christmas is a time to be with friends and family, enjoy good food and drinks – and, yes, receive presents – it's not quite so cheerful for your cat. Or so says a super squad of Internet famous felines in a new music video.
Grumpy Cat, Colonel Meow, Hamilton the Hipster Cat, Nala Cat and Oskar the Blind Cat come together to help spread an important message this holiday season: It's hard to be a cat at Christmas. The quintet mopes along while a festive song plays and explains why it's challenging for a family pet to be around so much merriness, including human gifts and good eats, without being included.
This season of Homeland has been an intense one, featuring multiple cover-ups, dangerous alliances and the real threat of death looming around every corner.
But if you're one of the fans who gave up on the show this year due to its seemingly implausible plot points, let these canines re-inspire you. Bark Box's "Boneland" parody combines all of the show's best moments – Carrie (Claire Danes) and Saul's (Mandy Patinkin) partnership at the CIA, her on-and-off relationship with Brody (Damien Lewis) – with, you guessed it, puppies.
These days, the holiday season is really about peppermint-flavored everything and cats. But mostly cats.
We have cats in Christmas trees. Cats in Santa hats hating Christmas. Cats in Santa hats loving ... you get the point.
But some festive felines in Red Hook, Brooklyn, are taking their holiday cheer to biblical proportions. That's right – they're turning a local residence's nativity scene into a cat-ivity scene.
He's a pachyderm with a purpose: to cheer people up!
This happy and healthy male elephant was born when the staff of the Melbourne Zoo really needed a pick-me-up, arriving just days after an 11-month-old elephant died at the zoo in a freak accident.
He doesn't have a problem, and he can stop any time he wants.
Is it Dec. 26 yet?
We're a week past Thanksgiving, so chances are by now, you've probably picked out your Christmas tree. Maybe even decorated it. But if you haven't, here's a festive new way to mark the occasion, complements of dog Scout.
See, Scout is no ordinary dog. Scout loves to balance things on his head, as seen on his Mom Jen Gillen's Instagram account or on his website, Stuff on Scout's Head.
The pit bull has had everything from a stack of DVDs to a wheel of brie placed atop his noggin, but we think this cluster of Christmas lights might be his best topper yet.
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