23 thoughts on “Find The Kitteh Contest

  1. A police dog would bark and thus alert the cop on the scene to the location of the cat in the house thus giving the cop probable cause to break into the house to arrest the illegal alien cat and a judge would then hold that the alert by the dog was justification for the anti immigrant, cat hating cop, to do the warrantless search. Hearsay of the Dog is coming to an evidence book and footnote to rule 801 shortly. Thanks for the cat analogy to the previous post regarding hearsay of the dog.

  2. Looking for the Kitteh, I can relate to Mr. Pitt from Seinfeld. But I was successful finding the Kitteh this time.

  3. I failed … twice! I couldn’t find it so went to the red circle pic. Then I went back to the regular pic and still couldn’t find it. So once more to the red circle and back before success was mine.

    I agree with mespo … a rhinoceros picture … or perhaps a giraffe?

  4. I guess I’m getting better at this. I spotted the Kitteh right away. I also spotted the mosquito on the Kitteh. But, I’ll have to admit that I didn’t spot the red hula hoop until I looked at the second photo.

  5. HenMan,

    Good eye….. Those hula hoops find away of being in the way of nals second picture….

  6. i found the cat but i believe HenMans mosquito is a flea wearing stilts while hang-gliding.

    through a red hula-hoop.

  7. Mespo, I can’t find the damned cats either! Here’s a nice octopus for you. Two ‘find the octopus’ pictures in fact.

    If that one was not satisfactory try this one, much easier and a lovely photo:

  8. lottakatz1, April 15, 2012 at 12:36 am
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    amazing! I’ve watched it about 10 times already……love it! TY!

  9. I’m glad you liked the octopus vid, and the pic. is lovely. When I think ‘alien’ I think of things like this, floating around the heavy-atmosphere layers of a gas giant planet. I really like octopus’ and cuttlefish. Cuttlefish have such sophisticated color changing control that if they are doing a color display for a female on their right and another male starts moving in on their left the left side of their body begins a male to male dominance display and these displays are very complex, and rapid.

    Yea, I spend a lot of time late at night on YouTube :-)

    I have though never seen any cephalopod with any facility with a hula hoop, unlike the kitties. Credit where credit is due.

  10. Lotta,
    The hulahoop might be worth an experiment. Drop one in on your favorite cephalopod and see what changes he goes through. Ever see one frustrated? You might.
    Amazed by the video.

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