BY Charlotte Dow
on Nov 02, 2012
It’s been a rough week. You’re tired. You’re pretty sure that nothing could cheer you up but your nice, warm bed, but sleep is pretty far away. Fear not! BUST has found the cure to your end-of-week ennui.
Say hello to Cat Bounce, your new favorite time-waster. Cat Bounce fills your browser window with adorable kitties ready to jump around your page. Just click and drag a cat to make it bounce off the bottom of your page like they’re on an adorable kitty trampoline. Click “make it rain” to get flooded with felines. Read More
BY Kaitlin Cole
on Oct 04, 2012
A new study from Japanese researchers at Hiroshima University has found that looking at photos of baby animals may actually help improve your productivity.
The researchers tested out their theory by having small groups of participants play the game Operation. They then had one group look at puppies and kittens while the other group looked at adult cats and dogs (yawn, right?). They played Operation again, and the group that had looked at the baby animals had a higher performance score than the group that had looked at grown animals. Read More
BY Intern Christina
on Jun 21, 2012
Do you like cats? Are you allergic? If you said yes to the first or both questions, you're in luck. Even if you are allergic to the adorable furry monsters, you can show your love for felines by wearing them on your legs. Our friends at Pretty Snake made this bomb pair of leggings, but they need your help to make more to fit their demand.
If you like their leggings or cats in general, head over to their kickstarter page to make a donation. Donations can get you a wide variety of cat-themed fashions, so give some cash and be the cat's meow. Read More
BY Ivanna Avalos
on May 17, 2012
Whenever I see a kitten, whether in person, on TV, or in a picture (doesn’t matter) I turn into a bumbling, baby-talking, crazy-face-making lady. It’s like I’ve seen anything so cute before and I can’t focus anything else. So you can imagine how excited I was when I saw photographer Arne Svenson’s newest project Strays, in which he photographs some hella adorable strays kittens he borrowed from Animalkind Inc, an animal shelter in upstate New York. Read More
BY Katie Oldaker
on Feb 25, 2011
When my cats are starved for attention, they can get obnoxious and just start rubbing up against anything possible. This adorable feline takes matters into its own hands (paws?) and rubs against all the stairs on its trip down. Read More