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Kitten-Con Is the Comic-Con of Cuteness

Young felines from around the world descended on Cleveland, TX this week for Kitten-Con, the annual celebration of geek culture, but with adorable kittens.

The cosplayers were out in force, many kittens dressing up like their favorite heroes from Star Wars, Game of Thrones and Doctor Who.

"Some of these cosplayers really go all-out," says Mark Hansen, who covers the geeky convention every year for Entertainment Weekly.”The attention to detail is flawless.”

The conference wraps up today with panels, product demos and a keynote from actor Wil Wheaton.

These kitties are up for adoption! Photographer Wendy Robbins dressed 17 kittens up in the hope of finding them good homes! Four have already been adopted. Thanks for the adorableness, Wendy!

h/t Yahoo News.

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One of these things is not like the others…

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jasbeaw:

What do you mean, vet’s office? YOU SAID WE WERE GOING TO THE PHILHARMONIC!

i’ve reblogged this at least seven times and i don’t regret any of them

I WILL BE OVERDRESSED

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YOU HAVE MADE ME MAKE A SOCIAL FAUX PAS

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is it just me

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or does this dog look like leonardo dicaprio

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Model Dog Signs with American Apparel

By Ashley Welter, FluffPo Correspondent

A Los Angeles pup named Scooter has signed on to become the new face of struggling retailer American Apparel, making him the brand’s first four-legged cover model. 

"Scooter moved to LA last year with one goal in mind — making it big," his agent, Jenn Burskowitz, told The Fluffington Post. Until his big break, Scooter had been waiting tables at Hollywood’s iconic Roosevelt Hotel just to pay the bills.  

Mark Shapiro, a frequent patron of the Roosevelt, described Scooter as, “A hard worker who’s just trying to make an honest buck. He waited on me several times, and he’s really just a good guy. That’s rare in Hollywood, and he deserves to make it big.” 

It may have taken a year, but for Scooter, this is a huge step forward for his career. Industry-watchers are less impressed by the move for American Apparel, however.

"There’s no doubt Scooter is a cute dog,” said BusinessWeek reporter Stacey Cabelle, “but the move reeks of desperation. They’re slipping in the two-legged market, so they’ve hired a fresh face to try cracking the four-legged one.”

Cabelle isn’t sold on the strategy, citing stiff competition in that market from established designers like Furberry and Hugo Bosston Terrier.

Via brysi.

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This makes me soo happy xD

atheanavuk:

This makes me soo happy xD

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VERY ROLLING

MUCH HATING

SUCH RIDING DIRTY

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