previous cats and cats from the past
cats with ladies
cats with gentlemen
cats with children
cats with people you might have heard of
cats in the military
cats at sea
cartoons, art, and illustration
cats on matchboxes
cats wearing bows
possibly not okay and/or sad
how not to hold a cat
find the cat
a kitten in a maze
a cat falling in slow motion
a swimming cat
my pet lion
the adventures of sam
gjon mili's cat blackie
monkey the cat and his hats
rabougri: chat de gouttiere
black cat auditions for tales of terror
los angeles cat show
the krueger family
the trimpey family
cats in baskets and other containers
cats in motion
cats in labs
cats in wisconsin
cats in people clothes and/or doing people things
cats and dairy
cats and corn
cats and yarn
cats and non-cats
Source: National Portrait Gallery, London.
Illustrator Erica Macdonald, 1947
- by John Gay
From Vanished Americana:
John Jr. and Caroline surprise their dad, President John F. Kennedy, in the Oval Office here in this Halloween 1963 photo. What makes this photo even more poignant was that a mere three weeks later, President Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas on November 22, 1963.
“Food writer Clementine Paddleford sitting at desk w. pet cat sitting on her folders close by, prob. in apt.” New York, 1958, unknown photographer. Source: LIFE Photo Archive, hosted by Google.
Ted Thai, Actor Morgan Freeman posing w. pet cat at home in NYC, 1990. Source: LIFE Photo Archive, hosted by Google.
I wish there was a setting on Tumblr for “Automatically reblog NYPL’s Caturday posts.”
It’s an avant garde kind of Caturday. Check out this photo of famed composer and musical innovator John Cage — whose 100th birthday was last Tuesday — with a very cute black cat. When you’re done with that, download The New York Public Library’s new iBook about Cage, which is totally free and features videos, unique images, rare Cage manuscript material and more (it’s part of the Library’s free iBook series, Point - check them all out). When you’re done with that, then go to The Library’s amazing John Cage Unbound project, a living archive of narrated performance videos by professional musicians, students, and performers - you can watch, listen to, and compare artistic interpretations. You can also get an up-close look at rare John Cage manuscripts, which are housed at The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts. Once you’ve done all that and are totally inspired, submit your own video. Happy Caturday!
James Stewart about to be pounced upon by a cat in a scene from Bell, Book And Candle. Source: LIFE Photo Archive, hosted by Google.
Poet Rod McKuen playing record on stereo set while pet Siamese cat nuzzles his face affectionately. Ralph Crane, San Francisco, 1967. Source: LIFE Photo Archive, hosted by Google.
Painter Leonor Fini sitting in studio and holding cat in her lap. John Phillips, 1947. Source: LIFE Photo Archive, hosted by Google.