Wednesday, April 16, 2008

An Engineer's Guide to Cats

I got this link from a colleague and just had to share. (Thanks, Jan B.!) It's hilariously funny: deadpan engineers discuss cat care. Don't drink while you are watching, especially the cat yodeling sequence, unless you want to spit all over your computer screen. Be sure to get a good look at the smallest cat (Ginger); she looks a lot like my Saffron!

If the connection is slow, here's the direct link to An Engineer's Guide to Cats. Thank you to Paul Klusman and T. J. Wingard (Engineers) and Oscar, Zoey, and Ginger (stunt cats) for this wonderful video!


Macy Swain said...

That's hilarious, Cathy. I loved it!
Good to see you back on the blog! What WAS that thing they were trying to do with balloons? :)
The cat yodeling might be my favorite part.

Jason Fisher said...

Wow, that was awesome. And you weren’t kidding about the cat yodeling! Now, to share this will all my cat-loving friends. :)

The Cat Bastet said...


They were (jokingly) trying to harness static electricity as a power source. Too bad we never tried that with our Sable! She was a walking static factory (not that she'd have put up with such silliness ... :).

The Cat Bastet said...


I love the cat yodeling, too! Whenever I need a laugh I watch it again -- and it's STILL funny.