Death & Catses

in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except...
unimpressedcats:

yes yes i clean 4 u


I’m helping!

unimpressedcats:

yes yes i clean 4 u

I’m helping!

(via mostlycatsmostly)

probs-def-not:

My cat is a supermodel.


That tail!

probs-def-not:

My cat is a supermodel.

That tail!

(via mostlycatsmostly)

mostlycatsmostly:

Vasanello, Italy (by andreasmyklebust)

mostlycatsmostly:

Vasanello, Italy (by andreasmyklebust)

lifeis4chumps:

no why

(Source: effington, via derpycats)

stonewords:

I can’t believe I never uploaded these photos from winter. It was a foggy day and the mist made everything perfectly eerie.  Nashua, NH

stonewords:

I can’t believe I never uploaded these photos from winter. It was a foggy day and the mist made everything perfectly eerie.
Nashua, NH

(via sightofthetombs)

(Source: cats4everyone, via talkingfawn)

mostlycatsmostly:

(by marion1967)

But which cat is stoned?

clavicle-moundshroud:

Agecroft Cemetery Chapel, Salford - a tall Victorian Grade II mortuary chapel with Art Nouveau stained glass windows which was built in 1903 and abandoned in the 1980s, now faces a bleak future with no viable use - Prestwick,England.

clavicle-moundshroud:

Agecroft Cemetery Chapel, Salford - a tall Victorian Grade II mortuary chapel with Art Nouveau stained glass windows which was built in 1903 and abandoned in the 1980s, now faces a bleak future with no viable use - Prestwick,England.

(via dansemacabre-)

(Source: kittehkats, via derpycats)

victoriousvocabulary:

FRACTUS
[adjective]
1. broken, shattered, having been broken.
2. vanquished, defeated, having been defeated.
[noun]
3. a cloud species which consists of broken shreds of cloud, like scud. Associated with cumulus, and stratus genera.
Etymology: Latin frāctus, derived from frangō, “break, fragment”.
[Jorge Monreal]

victoriousvocabulary:

FRACTUS

[adjective]

1. broken, shattered, having been broken.

2. vanquished, defeated, having been defeated.

[noun]

3. a cloud species which consists of broken shreds of cloud, like scud. Associated with cumulus, and stratus genera.

Etymology: Latin frāctus, derived from frangō, “break, fragment”.

[Jorge Monreal]

byzantio:

[Image - Perfume brazier in the form of a domed building, Constantinople or Italy, end of the twelfth century. Silver, partially gilded, embossed and perforated, 36 x 30 cm. On loan from the Basilica di San Marco, Venice, Tesoro, inv. no. 109. Photo per gentile concessione della Procuratoria di San Marco/Cameraphoto Arte, Venice]

byzantio:

[Image - Perfume brazier in the form of a domed building, Constantinople or Italy, end of the twelfth century. Silver, partially gilded, embossed and perforated, 36 x 30 cm. On loan from the Basilica di San Marco, Venice, Tesoro, inv. no. 109. Photo per gentile concessione della Procuratoria di San Marco/Cameraphoto Arte, Venice]

(via daughterofchaos)

(Source: 13moonstreet, via sightofthetombs)