Chonky, fluffy, thicc: inside the internet’s obsession with fat cats on diets

More social media accounts are dedicating themselves to specific chonky cats and their weight-loss efforts Theyre chonky, theyre fluffy, theyre thicc and body pawsitive. Theyre round boys, floofs and absolute units. The new animal trend on the internet celebrates the rotund and plump, with social media users focusing on the adorableness of a cats rounded cheeks, a hamsters many rolls, a dogs rounded shape and a raccoons voluptuous volume. The Instagram account Chonky Animals has more than 409,000 followers while the Round Boys and Round Animals accounts top out at more than 455,000 and 487,000, respectively. The Facebook group, This Cat is Chonky, has more than 395,000 members and hundreds of new posts each day. The trend raises concerns about …

These Cats Have A Huge Collection Of Hats Made Out Of Their Shed Fur

The cuteness of cats is an endless topic, agreed? And how else could it be when their adorableness is infinite. Just think about their cute sleepy faces, childish curiosity when they explore the same places over and over again and hilarious reactions when you try to put some piece of clothing on them. This Scottish fold cats trio consisting of the tabby Nyaa, the white fluff Mar, the ginger youngster Mugi are used to it though, as their owner Japanese photographer Ryo Yamazaki with his wife Hiromi came up with a creative way to deal with the shedded fur the cats leave all around the house, turning into a hobby of making adorable tiny hats for them using their own …

I Created Matchboxes Featuring Different Dog Breeds With Complicated Human Personalities

Following the success of last year’s popular “Strike Your Fancy” matchboxes featuring “Strike Your Fancy” dog matchbox printing process 7Kviews Original Article : HERE ;

Photo Series About Standing Cats That I Made After Observing My Own Cats Movements (35 Pics)

I then decided to make this gallery of one-of-a-kind portraits of cats. The STANDING CATS series was born. 2 reply #2 Archi 2 reply #4 Imado 0 reply #6 Touma 1 reply #8 Aubade 7 reply #10 Blake #11 Brutus 4 reply #13 Judy 3 reply #15 Cacahuete 2 reply #17 Cali reply #18 Neptune 3 reply #20 Las Vegas #21 Betulla 1 reply #24 Notoriety 1 reply 0 reply 0 reply #28 Tango 1 reply #30 Coton 0 reply See Also on Bored Panda 0 reply #33 Origami 0 reply

Italian Illustrator Shows The True Colors Of Cats That Prove How Adorable They Can Be (30 Pics)

More info: behance.net #1 As much as some of us adore feline company, we’ve probably heard phrases such as “cats are self-seeking, cats do not cling to nor care about their owners, cats are treacherous,” and so on. But we know that none of this is true. They are by no means such things but are very loving and extremely friendly pets! But don’t worry, we’re not here to tell you that cats are better than dogs as the answer to which is better still remains unknown. #4 #5 Whether they’re napping together with kids, playing with old cassette tapes while their loving owner is listening to music, enjoying family trips, or simply playing with other felines. In fact, all …

Black Dogs And Cats Are Last On The List For Adoption, I Want To Change That By Taking Beautiful Portraits Of Them

I’ve done a bit of research on this and there seem to be four major reasons that black dogs and cats are last on the list for potential adoptees – firstly, they don’t photograph well (I think these images disprove that point) which is tragic if you want to take over Instagram with your new pet (repeatedly smacks forehead against wall), secondly, black dogs can look intimidating and aggressive, thirdly, black cats are superstitiously unlucky (or should that be stupid-stitiously) and lastly, they are a bit plain and boring to look at. What. Evs. here. My Googling did reveal an interesting tip for shelters looking to encourage people to adopt their ‘boring’ black dogs and cats – place them with …