Meet Radamenes. He’s Polish, cuddly, and above all else, helps to save the lives of other animals. After surviving a respiratory infection, he felt it was his duty to assist his veterinarians in caring for the animals of his shelter.
Radamenes adds extra warmth to his recovering, husky friend.
Here, he gets up close and personal with a fellow cat. We imagine he’s telling his friend to “keep fighting!”
This sick cat can’t clean itself, but that’s okay, because Radamenes is to the rescue!
Radamenes stands guard over two kittens. Read More
Fighting the patriarchy is literally the best cause, but boy is it exhausting. Since it’s Friday and the sun is out, obviously all we want to do is take a break and look at pictures of cats in jars. These silly felines are stuck in some claustrophobic situations, and it’s hilarious. They'll be sure to re-charge you back into ass-kicking feminist mode.
"I'm so dizzy!"
"I come here to think."
"Is it fun in there?"
"Now I has all the moneys. Read More
BY Holly Trantham
on Jan 23, 2015
We feel like we’ve succeeded if, at some point during the day, we get you to say “Awww!” and “Fuck yeah!” at the same time. So now we would like to introduce 102 year-old Iona and 109 year-old Jessie Gallan, two women who are totally down with the important things in life. Read More
It's Throwback Thursday. You've probably already posted your Instagram picture (#tbt) and are now anticipating Flashback Friday with a mid-afternoon coffee in hand.
In honor of the day we (randomly) associate with looking back, here is a list of 9 inventions that were created by ladies. Let me add "badass" to that last statement.
1.) Grace Hopper
Admiral Grace Marry Hopper joined the military in 1943 ( there's the "throwback"). She was stationed at Harvard where she began work on the IBM Mark I. Read More
BY Holly Trantham
on Dec 08, 2014
If you made it over to the BUST Holiday Craftacular in Greenpoint,New York this past Saturday, you might have been lucky enough to get down with some adorable cats from Sean Casey Animal Rescue in our Cat Café sponsored by David’s Tea. But now—a week from now, to be exact—you will be able to release your inner cat lady any time you want (for $4 per half hour, booked online). Manhattanites are finally getting the cat café we have so longed for and deserve. Eater reports that Meow Parlour will open at 46 Hester Street on December 15th. Read More