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watch it: “Q: Do TIGERS like catnip??”

The answer would appear to be a big fat feline emphatic Yes:

(via Jezebel)


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  • Althea

    Absolutely mesmerizing. I’m gonna get a paper bag for my cats.

    You may find it entertaining to look at the website for Pawbreakers, a catnip treat for cats, which comes in a size for big cats @ $199.00 for a 12-pound ball. (For you tech-era innocents, that symbol actually means “at a cost of”, not the word “at”.) Just Google “Pawbreakers.”

  • Dokeo

    So each of our cats got a nip-filled paper bag last night. This was very popular. Of course, we’re going to spend some time sweeping and vacuuming today.

  • Isobel

    Those tigers and leopards could rip my head off and I still want to go and hug them. It’s amazing how the mannerisms of house cats are still so much the same as the big cats – my little tabby alley cats Jezebel and Delilah do exactly the same thing (until they get question mark tails and go tearing around the house like a pair of hooligans, anyway).

  • Left_Wing_Fox

    Yeah, it’s remarkable how little difference there is between big cats and house cats. Relative size is the only thing that keeps Mittens from mauling you and dragging your corpse into a tree.

  • bats :[

    Even with a fence between the camera and the black leopard, that seemed a little too close for comfort with dah big kitteh going gonzo…

  • amanohyo

    And once again, we have undeniable evidence that male lions are lazy, dour bastards. Hakuna matata my ass. It’s easy to have no worries when the females are doing most of the hunting. Tigers, jaguars, caracals, and ocelots are cool though. Just like their close relative the sea monkey, they work hard and they play hard.