Friday Cat Blogging – 5 November 2010

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On the left, an action shot of Inkblot! He looks like he’s about to thrash some poor defenseless insect or something, but no. He was just arousing himself from his midday nap. He looks far more purposeful than he actually was. On the right, Domino stretches out in the afternoon sun to her full majestic length.

In other adorable mammal news, my sister passes along this story about a sloth sanctuary in Costa Rica. Who knew sloths needed a sanctuary? But before you click, be warned: the sheer cuteness factor is so high you might want to have your insulin shot ready ahead of time.

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