Tag: fluffy

  • Just Toying with You

    Growing up many of us would have had a treasured soft toy (or two), and some of us even maintain them well into adulthood! Having your very own cuddly companion can be a constant source of comfort and security, and these cuties are certainly making the most of their cuddle time.

  • Motherly Moggies pt 2

    Mother cats and their kittens have extremely special relationships. Newborn kittens are blind, and completely reliant on their mothers to feed them, wash them, and clean up after them. These fluffy bundles of cuteness are just divine, and must surely make their mothers proud.

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  • Motherly Moggies pt 1

    Mother cats and their kittens have extremely special relationships. Newborn kittens are blind, and completely reliant on their mothers to feed them, wash them, and clean up after them. These fluffy bundles of cuteness are just divine, and must surely make their mothers proud.

  • Shagadelic

    These shaggy beauties are Highland Cattle. Highland cattle are a docile Scottish breed that have long horns and long wavy coats. Their unusual double-coat of hair is the longest of any cattle breed, and makes them perfectly suited to the Highlands.

  • Baby Big Cats

    The term “big cats” is largely used to describe the four largest wild cats: lions, tigers, leopards, and jaguars, the only wild cats that can roar. There is also a broader definition of the term which includes the cheetah, snow leopard, mountain lion (puma), clouded leopard and Sunda clouded leopard.

  • The Fluff Factor

    Having a cat with a thick coat I can tell you what a pain in the butt all that fur is! Still, there is something utterly divine about fluffy critters, and if you haven’t experienced it, there is nothing quite like burying your face in a super soft mound of gloriously furry goodness and inhaling […]

  • Flopsy, Mopsy…and a Cottontail or two

    Let’s be honest, animals with floppy ears are darn cute! Have you ever noticed though that no wild animals have floppy ears? This is due to a fascinating phenomenon called “domestication syndrome”. Essentially it’s a deformity which has occurred over time; regardless, I wouldn’t take them any other way!

  • Not Quite Twinning

    Twins are an incredible occurrence and happen throughout the animal kingdom…these animals, however, are not quite there! They might look almost identical, if it weren’t for the fact they are not of the same species! That doesn’t stop them from trying, and looking incredibly cute whilst doing so.

  • Under-Cats

    Under-Cats (or Under-Katzen), was the brainchild of Lithuanian photographer Andrius Burba after being inspired by a random photo he saw online. Andrius loves both cats and photography and so after 7hrs of preparation, 1 day of photo shooting, and 4 wks of editing & finishing, he managed to produce something wonderful for us all to […]