Posts Tagged ‘animals’

Jurabbit Park

Posted: August 28, 2015 in animals, humor, movies
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Who framed Roger Jurabbit?

Roger Angus Dorn, is a rabbit, and plays a central role in the new triller Jurabbit Park, which is produced by Roger’s human, Matt Christensen. Roger stars in a 9 photos gallerie of him re-enacting scenes from the 1993 film Jurassic Park. More pictures of Roger on his Instagram’s Page. Source: Cute Overload.

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So, you have a cat and you love it to bits. It doesn’t matter if it’s a fluffy ball of love and purrs or a sofa dictator ready to rip you apart with their sharp claws, you still love it and that’s just how it goes. But graphic designer Claude Combacau has sketched up this series of comic images, called “Catsass“, that lets us know what the latter kind of cats might actually have in their minds. Or, to put it more accurately, it is about what the “owners” of this particular kind of cats fear they’re actually thinking when they witness their cats run off out of the blue like they’ve been stung by a bee or something.

Claude Combacau believes that her comic is exactly that, the fears of these owners solidified. She, too, has a cat, although not even close to being half as mean as the one portrayed in his comic. A minimalistic black-lined on white background comic that focuses on what really matters: what cats think.

If Combacau’s right, then maybe it’s a good thing they can’t talk, after all. Source: Art-Sheep.

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International Cat’s Day?

Posted: February 20, 2014 in animals
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Well, in many countries there are different days to celebrate this date. For example, World Cat Day is celebrating on 17th February in many countries, as well is on AUgust 8, date most known as the official World Cat Day. Searching on the Internet, I found others dates recognized as World Cat Day: in Russia falls on March 1st, and in the U.S. on October 29.

But for cats, kittens and the people of the Internet, every day is cat day – which is why it came as a surprise to some of us that an “International Cat Day” actually exists! Yes, and they say is today 20th February.

International Cat Day was officially created in 2009, thanks to the efforts of cat lovers on social-networking sites, especially Facebook and Twitter, who wanted to educate people about how to correctly care for felines and promote the animals’ rights in light of abuse and abandonment.

The date marks the death on February 20, 2009, of Socks, the most famous cat to live in the White House, who moved into the presidential residence with Bill Clinton’s family in 1993. The tuxedo cat, who was adopted by first daughter Chelsea Clinton when her father was governor of Arkansas, became a media darling, with his image being used to raise money for animal shelters.

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Socks went to live with the former president’s secretary, Betty Currie, when the Clintons left the White House. Curry had Socks euthanized in 2009, when he was 19 or 20, because he was suffering from kidney problems, a thyroid condition and cancer of the mouth and jaw.

OK, let’s go to celebrate! Happy International Cat’s Day!

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Famous Faces

Posted: August 25, 2012 in animals, celebrities, humor
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German company teNeues published a book called “Famous Faces”, with the concept of its images made by Takkoda, an English shop which markets various types of gifts where pets are protagonists. The referent are great personalities of History, music, movies and television. Fun trying is to connect some famous to an image.



The Born Free Foundation is an international wildlife charity working throughout the world to stop individual wild animal suffering and protect threatened species in the wild.

One of the last Born Free campaigns intends to shock and warn to the growing problem of the destruction of wild habitats.

Creativity and awareness are watchwords in the new advertising campaign by the agency WCRS, signing Born Free “Keep wildlife in the Wild”. Any one of us is aware of the amount of people who for lack of resources or alternative are living on the streets. The last Born Free campaign, takes this idea and puts wildlife as homeless in urban settings. The idea is to shock and raise awareness to the fact that there are thousands of animals in these circumstances, animals that have had neither the power of choice, or because someone or all of us contribute to the destruction of their natural habitat.

The Born Free Foundation believes above all that wild animals have the right to live in their natural environment. The destruction of natural environments and habitats due to a number of factors, such as deforestation, wars, climate change, agriculture and population growth that causes the increase of urban centers.

Using the spectacular photography of George Logan and the skills of Steve Hawthorne and Katy Hopkins at advertising company WCRS Limited, these images of wild animals placed within an urban setting aim to provide a shocking reminder that wildlife is losing its habitat at an alarming rate. It should be noted that all services developed and the sets used were donated in order to raise awareness of this problem and help Born Free in this mission.

Learn more about Born Free, visit and support their site: http://www.bornfree.org.uk/