Oh hai: Long Cat

April 21, 2010 at 2:00 am Leave a comment

And speaking of cats, as I was in my last post. I’ve identified before Long Cat (or Cattus Longious) as one of the major LOLCat types. And so for my LOLCats fans, I have discovered a blog post putting together photos of Long Cat in various poses and guises. I’ve shown you Long Cat before:

But to appreciate just how loooooooooong Long Cat is, you have to see him compared to buildings. You can clearly see he dwarfs major landmarks:

And Long Cat has clearly been an unheralded astronaut. Here you can see him fearlessly launching into space:

Long Cat was a part of that defining moment in WWII – raising the American flag on Iowa Jima:

Long Cat is often referred to as The Messiah:

Personally, I think there is no match for Long Cat in the LOLCatosphere. Watch Long Cat the Movie or watch him in action against killer cars (1.11 mark).

Image credits: Uncyclopedia

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