He shreds it on the keys!
He shreds it on the keys!
Plus a toilet-themed restaurant, a Choose Your Own Adventure series for Breaking Bad, and a brand of fleeces named…VAGISOFT.
Are cat videos art?
On Thursday, August 30, history was made at Walker Art Center as the first ever Cat Video Festival was held. Here are 76 videos that were chosen among thousands of submissions to be shown and nominated in various CATegories – plus pictures live from the event. If you weren’t one of the lucky thousands who made it out, you can still vote for best in show up until September 7!
Keyboard Cat, Sneezing Panda, and Double Rainbow are featured in this impressive toast to viral video. Now, with more blocks!
Also, the cat is wearing a tie.
And he is terrifying. This is the stuff of nightmares, people.
I would like to order one million please. Watch Video ›
This is actually part of this fat cat’s diet regime. Fatty, I think you’re going to be a star!
This dog’s got him beat by more than a hundred years. In 1805, English artist Philip Reinagle painted Portrait of an Extraordinary Musical Dog, which depicts a spaniel playing God Save the King on a piano. The original resides at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond. You can even buy a plushie version if you’re into that kind of thing. View Image ›
DO NOT WANT. It’s like Keyboard Cat, only on acid and in your nightmares. Watch Video ›
One hundred years ago today on April 1, Flugelhorn Feline change the world forever. Play him off, Flugelhorn Feline! Watch Video ›
Urlesque whipped up this memeified version of Monopoly. Manufacture and sell, please. View Image ›
13 seconds of awesomeness that is getting some buzz in Mexico. I watched this 10 times in a row. Subscribete! Watch Video ›
Happy New Year! [Ed. note: And with that, another year of memes comes to an end. See you in 2011.] Watch Video ›
Looks like our favorite keyboard playing cat has some competition. Maybe they can combine their talents and start a band, although, I think Keyboard Cat has already moved on to bigger things. Watch Video ›
Now if only we can get it to play the keyboard…
Keyboard Cathy will have to play herself off… Watch Video ›
I’m pretty sure this would be the result if keyboard cat and unicorn girl ever decided to form a band. [Ed. note: Wow, this sounds like insane clown music.] Watch Video ›
Play him off, paper keyboard cat! Watch Video ›
Behold, Bento was Fatso’s protégé, and he’s got a new song and a new look, while holding true to the original spirit. He’s slightly more dub-influenced, and I envision him playing off much darker subjects than his predecessor. Watch Video ›
The folks at Rathergood explain the Internet. It makes so much more sense now. Watch Video ›
Hundreds of worthy contenders didn’t make the cut, but these 30 stand proud as representatives of what may have been one of the most important years for cats on the Internet since 2008. Let’s take a moment to honor their noble endeavors during the past 12 months. View List ›
Whoops! SNL newbie Jenny Slate dropped the f-bomb during her debut, prompting a late night flurry of speculation. Whether they kick her off or not (let’s really hope they don’t), the Internet has already given her the ultimate gift. Play her off (and into memedom), Lornecat! Watch Video ›
OK OK, I know I said the Keyboard Cat was over, but with the emergence of this Helen Hunt/Hall & Oates/Keyboard Cat masterpiece, I’ve realized that it’s definitely not. If anything can top this, I’m quitting the Internet. Watch Video ›
Green Day pulled a Keyboard Cat on The Colbert Report, and it was glorious. Billie Joe Armstrong has made it official: Keyboard Cat is anything but dead (yet). View Media ›
You can now bid on this very important piece of art and MAKE IT YOUR VERY OWN! That’s right, Bud Cadell made a painting of Keyboard Cat, and now it’s available to the discerning art collector. (thanks, mike) View Image ›