Mr. Cat

Mr. Cat, originally uploaded by phil102 ..

Cat among the cherry blossoms

Cat among the cherry blossoms 3, originally uploaded by tanakawho.

Cat on a tree

Cat on a tree, originally uploaded by annfrau.

Jumping Cat

Jumping Cat, originally uploaded by horstgeorg.

Floral Cat

Floral Cat, originally uploaded by floralgal.

Taj Warm Bed

Taj Warm Bed, originally uploaded by Room With A View.

Look and Learn

Look and Learn, originally uploaded by Room With A View.

Cat eyes

Cat eyes, originally uploaded by jennaaaa!.

Cat drinking at the tap

Cat drinking at the tap 2, originally uploaded by DGMiller777.

Colored eyes street cat

Colored eyes street cat, originally uploaded by Armagan √únal.

Very interesting colored eyes cat which I met by chance in a street in Istanbul. It's a poor street cat.
by Armagan √únal

Cat Eyes

Cat Eyes (#30793), originally uploaded by mark sebastian.

"Unlike human eyes, which work best in day light, the cat’s eyes must function well in extremely low light condition and as such are well suited to an animal that is predominantly nocturnal and crepuscular in activity. In darkness, cats eyes are able to function in approximately one-sixth of the light needed for human vision. However they must also be able to function well in daylight – so just how is this achieved.

In low light levels the cats pupil must be able to open as wide as possible, but also be able to contract to very small size to protect the sensitive retina in bright sunlight. In human eyes, this size variation of the pupil is controlled by a circular ciliary muscle, but this limits the amount of size variation. In cats however, the same process is controlled by two, shutter-like ciliary muscles, which gives the cat it’s characteristic slit-like pupil in bright light conditions. "

by mark sebastian

Happy World Animal Day(Please,wait;I'll clean to you )

World Animal Day is celebrated each year on 4 October. On this day, animal life in all its forms is celebrated, and special events are planned on locations all over the globe. 4 October was originally chosen for World Animal Day because it is the feast day of Francis of Assisi, a nature lover and patron saint of animals and the environment. Numerous churches throughout the world observe the Sunday closest to 4 October with a Blessing for the Animals.
by sevgi_durmaz

Java Alert

Java Alert, originally uploaded by Barb Henry.

She likes to nap in her carry cage sometimes, she has not associated it with a vet yet. :)
by Barb Henry


Sasha, originally uploaded by Susie Jay.

Cat in kitchen

Cat in the kitchen, originally uploaded by eurutuf.

A domestic short-haired cat (DSH) goes airborne in a McDonald's restaurant on International Workers' Day in Moscow.
by eurutuf

Pili loves shoes

Pili loves shoes, originally uploaded by Msomi.

Catnap on the terrace

Catnap on the terrace, originally uploaded by cathyerway.

Sweet paw

Sweet paw, originally uploaded by klaminus.