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Koko got a couple of kittens for her birthday:
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/kok ... 62a13b8b57

Don't forget to watch the Barbet Schroeder doc on her if you haven't already done so:
Koko, le gorille qui parle (Criterion Collection, so it's an official check)
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I have a pinterest board for screenshots from films with cats in them:
https://www.pinterest.com/allicinema/movie-cats/

But apparently there's a website dedicated to this:
http://www.cinemacats.com/
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It's National Cat Day, which as far as my cats are concerned, is everyday.
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Latest portrait of Max

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The good ol' "where did my paws go?!" trick.
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Kasparius on Oct 29 2015, 04:05:25 PM wrote:The good ol' "where did my paws go?!" trick.
Pure professionalism. Doesn't want the self-portrait clicker visible in the shot.
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A pleasant short for all cat lovers - make room on your favorites list:

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It's my cat Max's one year adoptiversary

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Awww, Max is so cute. (l) Nice box at 0:40!
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http://kotaku.com/make-everything-smell ... 1747274711

Thankfully I can save 10 bucks by simply smelling my cats.
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Did anyone ever post this: Cats That Look Like Pinup Girls
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WalterNeff on Dec 14 2015, 07:20:35 PM wrote:Did anyone ever post this: Cats That Look Like Pinup Girls
Unbelievable how many are there. It goes on forever.
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OldAle1 wrote:I think four Aamir Khan films is enough for me. Unless I'm down to one film left on the IMDb Top 250 at some point and he's in that last film, at which point I'll watch it and then shoot myself having become the official-check-whoring person I hate.
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These are mine, incredibly tiresome in insisting to sit in one's lap. A male aged 3 years, and a female aged 5 months.
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A cat wanting to sit in one's lap is one of the great simple pleasures in life!

They remind me a little of sibling cats I used to have, Rodya and Dunya.
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Local Hero -- aka MestnyiGeroi on Dec 28 2015, 05:36:31 PM wrote:A cat wanting to sit in one's lap is one of the great simple pleasures in life!

They remind me a little of sibling cats I used to have, Rodya and Dunya.
Yeah, my wife would love our cats to be lap cats. One of mine sits on your lap if you have a pillow there.
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Kasparius on Dec 22 2015, 09:45:46 AM wrote:Image
Btw, I thought this photo was hilarious.
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I love the fact that the cat is giving Joseph the serious stink eye.
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Noirville on Dec 25 2015, 08:41:13 AM wrote:[htmlvid]http://i.imgur.com/1WpESAi.webm[/htmlvid]
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OldAle1 wrote:I think four Aamir Khan films is enough for me. Unless I'm down to one film left on the IMDb Top 250 at some point and he's in that last film, at which point I'll watch it and then shoot myself having become the official-check-whoring person I hate.
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OldAle1 wrote:I think four Aamir Khan films is enough for me. Unless I'm down to one film left on the IMDb Top 250 at some point and he's in that last film, at which point I'll watch it and then shoot myself having become the official-check-whoring person I hate.
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PeacefulAnarchy wrote:Active topics is the devil. Please use the forums and subforums as intended and peruse all the topics nicely sorted by topic, not just the currently popular ones displayed in a jumbled mess.
maxwelldeux wrote:If you asked me to kill my wife and pets OR watch Minions, I'd check the runtime and inquire about sobriety requirements before providing an answer.
Torgo wrote:Lammetje is some kind of hybrid Anna-Kendrick-lamb-entity to me and I find that very cool.
monty wrote:If you can't take the heat, get out of the kitchen. iCM ain't for sissies.
mightysparks wrote:ARGH. RARGH. RARGH. DIE.
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That's generally because dog owners (the ones that only like dogs that is) are dumber, and therefore require much less to be happy.
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How do the noneoftheabove-owners stack up?
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Armoreska on Feb 1 2016, 04:42:36 PM wrote:How do the noneoftheabove-owners stack up?
No data.
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Omgg stop with the cat vs dog war. They're both awesome
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Ettinauer226XL on Feb 2 2016, 05:03:54 AM wrote:Omgg stop with the cat vs dog war. They're both awesome
I love both.
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What a cutie. (l)
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Awwwww. Bernard is adorable.
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