The Pallas´s Cat, also called Manul, is a small wildcat living in the grasslands and steppe of central asia.
It is named after the german naturalist Peter Simon Pallas, who first described the species in 1776.
THIS IS ME AS A CAT
You’re gonna say “It is named after the german naturalist Peter Simon Pallas, who first described the species in 1776,” but not tell us how he described it?? Probably went something like this:
"Imagine the fattest cat you can, basically all fur covered tum and torso. Then imagine… hmmm. Goofy faces? Like, if the cat were your fun uncle meeting a baby for the first time and trying to get the baby to crack up laughing. So yeah, a tubby, goofy, uncle cat. That is brownish. Name it after me, I’m awesome."
What the fuxk is that and where can I get one?????
Whose hands are those? (X)
I fucking hate game night with the engineering graduates
Don’t get me started on Poker Night with the math students.
Monopoly with business majors is the fucking worst
Scrabble with english majors is a nightmare.
i can’t believe those weren’t puns
Don’t forget Pictionary with Art Students.
Words against humanity with sociologist and poli sci students is horrifying
PLAY CLUE WITH INVESTIGATIVE LAW MAJORS AND THEN COME TALK TO ME
Operation with a surgeon…
On the other hand, Rock Band with the music majors is beautiful.
Today, I found a kitten sized chair and, luckily, I had a kitten to put in it.
Norwegian fairy cats
The fun thing about Norwegian forest cats (also known as Norwegian fairy cats, as noted here) is that they’re not just fluffy. They’re also some of the buffest cats around - there’s twenty pounds of solid muscle under that luxurious fluff, and a set of enormous claws designed for climbing sheer cliffs. The “Norwegian” part of their name isn’t just about geography, either - these little bastards used to sail with the Vikings.
Black Leopard’s Reaction When He Sees His Favorite Zoo Keeper
I want that job now.
It’s a cup full of kitties!!!!!! ^.^
Philadelphia Zoo’s female Black-footed Cat Aza gave birth to a litter of kittens on April 8, 2014: the first Black-footed Cats ever to be born at the Philadelphia Zoo! Their names are Drogon, Rhaegal, and Viserion. Drogon and Viserion are male and Rhaegal is female.
Learn more at Zooborns.
i MUST go O___O