17 thoughts on “Find The Kitteh Contest”

  1. Finally one where I found the little guy in a glance.
    I am amazed at the Walmart thing. It would never occur to me to pull up the towel.

  2. Re Abandoned @ Wal-Mart baby video.

    This couldn’t have been Wal-Mart, if it was the shock would have been because the “baby” didn’t have 12 toes.

  3. I LOVE these! I found this one in less than 2 seconds. It’s always so wonderful for me to find something I’m actually good at; it doesn’t happen often!

    The enlarge worked perfectly for me also.

    I also feel better on weekends that I find the kitteh. I LOVE these!!!!

  4. Blouise, Beautiful. It used to be required for chefs to be able to do ice sculptures. The chef @ the Drake in Chicago was a real artist. I don’t think that’s the case anymore. They have an annual ice sculpture contest in the Twin Cities that is incredible. Those Nordics know how to get through winters.

  5. I love the kitteh contests. Especially now that I have twice found them.

    Since this the uplifting page, how about this ot video?

  6. Nal, The enlarge worked for me. Of course, we Italians can “enlarge” easily.

    Dredd, That is nice rock art. If you ever get to Vancouver you will want to visit Stanly Park. Every day, @ low tide, is a very iconoclastic man named Kent Avery. He makes incredible rock art daily that is washed away by high tide daily. It’s done for all to see for free. He sells photos[cheap]. he does it for the love of art.

  7. Sorry about the click to enlarge problem. WordPress has a new procedure for adding media that doesn’t add the enlarge automatically anymore.

  8. I thought it was a doggy at first…. Thanks nal…. When do you think think you’ll be able to convince WordPress to allow you to post music again….

  9. SwM,

    I know it’s silly, but I always feel better on the weekends I’ve actually found the Kitteh. 😉

  10. Click to enlarge was not active for me. Went to the link and I saw the solution prior to playing. Can I have a mulligan please?

  11. I had to magnify it up to 600% to make sure that what I was seeing was the cat. Where is this scene located?

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