Archive for April, 2008

Nippon dances, high-res

April 25, 2008

As I promised in my last post, I will brighten your day with a picture of Nippon that is best appreciated in a higher resolution than I usually use. But before that, Nippon will perform an ancient, sacred kitty cat dance:

I'm a cat

I'm a kitty cat
“Poot your left foot in”

“Ok, I’m kind of done now”


Contender for the fastest cat in the world

April 22, 2008

Hi, I’m Catsnstuff. You may remember me from such posts as The fastest cat in the world and Dweezil freezes cat. No, this not just an attempt to bring Troy McClure (RIP Phil Hartman) back to memory, but also to remind you of the The fastest cat in the world post. That’s because I think I found her long lost brother. I tried very hard to get an unfuzzy shot of him, and I couldn’t quite manage it:

“Hi peepz, I’ll literally be over in just a sec!”

“Must turn fast!”

“Scratch fast fast fast!”

“I dissaprove fast as well”


Tommie gets a shave

April 16, 2008

Aaahhh, the sun is getting warmer and warmer, and all the cats around me are shedding their hair like mad. And also, they’re getting rowdy! Nippon is all confused, loving me one minute and attacking my typing fingers the next. “No Nippon, I’m just typing!” *SCRATCH*. 

What I’m saying is that maybe animals should loose more hair because the heat is getting to them. Actually, that’s not what I’m saying at all, but it gets me to the subject of the evening: Tommie. The lovely dog, owned my none other than my father. I posted about him earlier, when he got a shave last year. Tommie’s all semi-hairless again. Here are some before pictures:

Lekker hapje Tommie

“I’m a royal dog you know. You can almost see the crown on my head”

And now, the after pictures!


Spring is in the air

April 15, 2008

Spring is in the air! How do I know? Well, first of all, the sun is shining more and more and the smell of freshly mowed grass is coming from all directions. But also, there are finally more cats out and about! There will be more new kitties here from now on, and I won’t have to rummage through my extensive archive looking for old cat pictures and risking re-posts.

Me and my boyfriend always get overly enthusiastic when we see a cat, so when we saw this one, he got kind of scared of our whoops of joy.

Ik zie je wel

He tried to ignore us, but while he turned his head away from us, he kept an eye on the intruders we are through the reflection in the window.

See! His reflection is looking at the camera.

Then he understood we were not going anywhere, and the protests began:

Wegwezen joh
“Sod off!”

He really meant it:


But then, all of a sudden, he liked us.


First LOLcat + anniversary

April 8, 2008

I’m getting to a point with Catsnstuff where I don’t know if I have posted some pictures before or not, so bear with me (yes GH). These are from 2006 (!) and I recently found them again on an old memory stick. At any rate, they are worth reposting, and in case I have, I created a LOLcat out of one of the pics to make it more interesting. Or not. Anyway, here we go!

“Please, you call that petting!?”

Total dissaproval
“I object!”

The picture after the jump always cracks me up, and I can’t really explain why. Judge for yourselves!


LOLgraphs, thanks ICHC!

April 6, 2008

Ok, so a dream has come true. My love of stats is obvious by now, and the lovely people of I Can Has Cheezburger like them too! They launched a site called GraphJam: Pop culture for people in cubicles. Now, I don’t work in a cubicle, but the knowledge that there are people who love kittehs and stats and who have humour makes my day.

Par example:

CJ would love this
Original post found here. Check it out!

 Even more nerdy favourites of me:


Extreme case of ‘the ignorings’

April 3, 2008

Whenever I see a cat sitting behind a window, I try to get his or her attention. This usually results in high degrees of being ignored. It had been a while, but recently I saw a cat that made ignoring an art. Unfortunately, I only have two pictures to prove it, but I hope you can feel the disdain creeping upon you from the screen:

“The side of the window is very interesting, much unlike you.”

Don’t see it yet? Here is a close-up:


His ear is cocked my way, so I just know I’m in the peripheral vision. And the most severe case of peripheral, intent, utterly concentrating on ignoring case, you can see after the jump.