From the very start, you have to train your human carefully. The picture above is an example of a very well trained human. The kitty is sleeping so soundly and the human doesn’t move at all. But please remember, that to train your human to this level, you need a lot of patience and positive reinforcement.
This slice of cute is brought to us from: Tumblr user Jazzy Jenn
“After 63 days of gestation, a rare Sand Cat Kitten was born at Israel’s Safari Zoo. Once plentiful in numbers in the dunes of Israel, the Sand Cat has become extinct in the region. This is Safari Zoo’s first successful Sand Cat birth and it is hoped this kitten will join Israel’s Sand Cat Breeding Program in order to help reintroduce the species into the wild.
Three weeks ago, the kitten’s mother Rotem refused to go into the night chamber at the end of the day. Keepers let her stay outside and the next night she gave birth to a tiny baby in the den in the outdoor enclosure. Keepers first saw the kitten when it poked it’s tiny head and looked out from the den.”
This slice of cute is brought to us from: ZooBorns
From YouTube user TaylorOnTheMic: we were tryning to change the tire on our car when a kitten ran under the car every time we got it and moved it it ran back every time we tried to jack the car up it would try to play it went on 4 like 10 min it was very amuseing