August292014
bankston:

Denton Welch Cat Waiting For Its Master ca. 1935–1948 Watercolor, pen, and ink on board 13 5/8 x 9 1/16” (34.6 x 23 cm) 
I saw this unusual picture by one of my favorite authors, Denton Welch, at UT’s Blanton Museum of Art today.

Derpy cats were obviously popular even century ago

bankston:

Denton Welch
Cat Waiting For Its Master
ca. 1935–1948
Watercolor, pen, and ink on board
13 5/8 x 9 1/16” (34.6 x 23 cm)

I saw this unusual picture by one of my favorite authors, Denton Welch, at UT’s Blanton Museum of Art today.

Derpy cats were obviously popular even century ago

(via historicalpets)

August272014
pudding-machine:

I’VE BEEN LAUGHING AT THAT FOR 5 MINUTES

pudding-machine:

I’VE BEEN LAUGHING AT THAT FOR 5 MINUTES

6AM

oldtimeycats:

"Mickey the Fire Cat."

Via Oskar the Blind Cat on Facebook.

5AM
oldtimeycats:

Noel Robinson and Bill Reed with cats, 1915. Source: The City of Vancouver Archives. Reference code CVA 677-423. 
Via AuthentiCity: The City of Vancouver Archives Blog’s Cats in the Archives post.

What curious medals these lads have earned!

oldtimeycats:

Noel Robinson and Bill Reed with cats, 1915. Source: The City of Vancouver Archives. Reference code CVA 677-423. 

Via AuthentiCity: The City of Vancouver Archives Blog’s Cats in the Archives post.

What curious medals these lads have earned!

5AM
oldtimeycats:

Check out this post I put up on BuzzFeed Community today: 35 Cats at Sea.
Above: Photograph by Beadell, S. J. (Lt.), Royal Navy official photographer, Nov. 1941. From the collections of the Imperial War Museums (item A 6410), via Wikipedia:

A group of sailors surround the ship’s cat “Convoy,” as he sleeps in a miniature hammock on board HMS Hermione. According to the original caption, “Convoy” is in the ship’s book and provided with full kit. The cat obtained his name because of the number of times he accompanied the ship on duty patrols.

More on ships’ cats here.

oldtimeycats:

Check out this post I put up on BuzzFeed Community today: 35 Cats at Sea.

Above: Photograph by Beadell, S. J. (Lt.), Royal Navy official photographer, Nov. 1941. From the collections of the Imperial War Museums (item A 6410), via Wikipedia:

A group of sailors surround the ship’s cat “Convoy,” as he sleeps in a miniature hammock on board HMS Hermione. According to the original caption, “Convoy” is in the ship’s book and provided with full kit. The cat obtained his name because of the number of times he accompanied the ship on duty patrols.

More on ships’ cats here.

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August92014
oh my little babies <3

oh my little babies <3

(Source: usagiinearth, via faithaskii)

5AM
slojnotak:

Henriëtte Ronner-Knip  - A Musical Interlude (1897)

slojnotak:

Henriëtte Ronner-Knip  - A Musical Interlude (1897)

(via inkfromtheoctopus)

August32014
catpostcards:

Serious Family Portrait

..and once again, dogs gonna stay nondeveloped pets. I love it

catpostcards:

Serious Family Portrait

..and once again, dogs gonna stay nondeveloped pets. I love it

(via vintagecatfaces)

July112014
semensperms:

Cat Causes Collision Carnage

semensperms:

Cat Causes Collision Carnage

(via vintagecatfaces)

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June152014
The cats have waged their wars since the beginning of  time

The cats have waged their wars since the beginning of  time

June82014
grenadierfifer:

Le Chat Botté (Puss in Boots): Couverture des Contes du temps passé de 1843, édition L. Curmer de 1843&#160;; illustrée par Pauquet, Marvy, Jeanron, Jacque, Beaucé&#160;; texte gravé par Blanchard.

grenadierfifer:

Le Chat Botté (Puss in Boots): Couverture des Contes du temps passé de 1843, édition L. Curmer de 1843 ; illustrée par Pauquet, Marvy, Jeanron, Jacque, Beaucé ; texte gravé par Blanchard.

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