Recently, my brother adopted a new cat. Or rather, the neighbours got evicted and left behind a small army of cats as well as a house completely filled with garbage and cat feces (not even joking here....I'm horrified that they had small children living in that kind of an environment). Anyhow, the humane society carted off most of the felines, but one became friends with my brother and his roommate, so they decided to adopt this friendly little girl. Not too long after, she surprised them with a litter of kittens.
What is a technologically-minded friend of felines to do, but set up a webcam of course, to have a streaming live feed of kittens from anywhere on the internet! Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you:
The Kitten Cam!!!! (click me! click me! I dare you!)
(Note: The Kitten Cam shuts down at night to allow the kittens some sleep, so if you don't see anything, check back in a few hours)
It's so addictive. I keep it open in the background all day long at work. The cuteness is liable to cause you to say ridiculous things and giggle at the screen. Or explode. Much like the following xkcd comic:
If you live in or around the Ottawa area, two of these adorable little fluffballs still need a home. You can send any inquiries about adoption to me (sarahluvscats [at] gmail dot com), and I will pass them on to my brother.