Skip to comments.Kittens act out Ghostbusters
Posted on 02/25/2014 5:42:32 AM PST by Gefn
Kittens act in a two minute version of Ghostbusters. It's adorable and dedicated to Harold Ramis.
I love kittehs. I enjoy Ghostbusters. This one not so much
I’m sorry. Every week they put up a movie done by kittens. The best one they did was the Lion King, but I though this one wasn’t bad. I’m sorry you didn’t care for it.
Oh I liked the kittehs very much. I will sit through almost anything to see them. I didn’t hate it. And yeah I liked the Lion King one a lot
How cute! And how fitting, in light of Harold Ramis’s passing.
Bump for later...
little kittah wants a bath.
Take a look at this:
This girl makes the cutest videos and sets them to
the best music to match the action
You are welcome, I love your kitty picture!!!
A few favorites from my collection:
A loving cat can mend a wounded heart. - Anonymous
'No Heaven will not ever Heaven be; Unless my cats are there to welcome me.'- Epitaph on an ancient tombstone in England
Cats, like butterflies, need no excuse. - Heinlein
Time spent with cats is never wasted. ~ Colette
What greater gift than the love of a cat? - Charles Dickens
There are few things in life more heartwarming than to be welcomed by a cat. - Tay Hohoff
There are two means of refuge from the miseries of life: music and cats. - Albert Schweitzer
For a man to truly understand rejection, he must first be ignored by a cat. - Anon
It always gives me a shiver when I see a cat seeing what I cant see. ~ Eleanor Farjeon
Beware of people who dislike cats. - Irish Proverb
Our sweet Katy:
Who can believe that there is no soul behind those luminous eyes!" - Theophile Gautier
Your beautiful Katy looks like my beloved Holly who went to the Rainbow Bridge this past New Years Eve.
Kitties worm their way into your heart and when they leave they tear it asunder,
‘Your beautiful Katy looks like my beloved Holly who went to the Rainbow Bridge this past New Years Eve.’
So sorry about your little Holly.
‘worm their way into your heart and when they leave they tear it asunder,’