Peanut butter jelly time? #cats
Today is #MuseumCats Day…no joke. I don’t know about you but I am a cat lady myself so I’m excited museums are celebrating all things kitty cat. I have written quite a few posts about cat-related museums, like the Moscow Cat Museum, Amsterdam’s Katten Kabinet, the "guard cats" at the Hermitage Museum, and the cat and the rat who live in Dublin’s Christ Church Cathedral. And here’s an additional feline post with the Cooper Union Museum for the Arts of Decoration (now known as the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum). In the 1940s an exhibit was held about the history and art of cats. Its exhibit catalog (or cat-a-log for those who like puns), Nine Lives, is available in their collection of digitized books, and was even used as a reference in the Wikipedia article on the cultural depiction of cats. MEOW!
I can’t believe I almost forgot #museumcats day! Disaster averted, everybody.
"One cat just leads to another"
Hemingway had many many faults, but he knew a thing or two about cats.
It’s finals week, and those of you with kitties in your apartments (sorry, not allowed in your dorms!) might be experiencing something like this…
Comic from catvshuman.com.
Dewey Decimeow System
So apparently cat librarians are a thing in Russia. And we are alllllll about that.
Again, we know that waiting for EA decisions to be released causes anguish (and no, we still don’t know the date, sorrryyyyy)… but perhaps pass the time with the excellent work of nerudacats.tumblr.com, which pairs pictures of cats with with the evocative, spare words of Chilean poet Pablo Neruda?
from “So That You Will Hear Me”
Happy Thursday from the UChicago Admissions Office.
Ivy covered buildings, great classes, and awesome professors are cool and all, but we still accept the fact that like 20% of college is watching videos like this on loop on your friend’s laptop while you should be working on a chemistry problem set.
Guys, as cool as UChicago is, it’s time for us to accept that we’ll never be as cool as Iceland.
Halló humans of the internet.
Here is a picture of a feline for you to look at.
It looks very big and hungry but do not believe your human eyes. There is trickery involved.
CatCarl Sagan, who went to UChicago - B.A., B.Sc., M.Sc., PhD.
Also, this tumblr is the best thing ever.
In order to use the litterbox, you must first create the universe.