That's quite an amusing countenance on that cat. Cute :0 I occasionally, if social situations demand, put on this youtube channel, called robin sepuit, or it's called something like that. It's basically some Russian guy who feeds stray cats. I like the videos because they're quite long and no one talks. He's just feeding stray cats, and it's sorta vicariously satisfying watching them eat when most of them are clearly malnourished/half starving. Also occasionally there are some really bung headed cats, which I always find especially cute. On a side note, whats with youtube videos with someone talking at the camera in a semi obnoxious (or fully obnoxious voice), please shut the ,.. up, let me make up my own mind about what im seeing. I mean I don't watch youtube at all really, but when I do accidentally see something on there, half the videos appear to be so over produced these days, and friggin annoying. Im not complaining, im just saying there's basically nothing there, just a dizzyingly empty void of endless meaningless unqualified opinions, propaganda, mundanity and vulgarity. That's all it seems to be to me, and owned by google, so you know you can trust them not to build skynet *sarcasm*.. Youtubes kinda like the opiate for the masses these days, or rather the proverbial "bread and circuses". It cant last, mark my worlds.
Because it's so big, there's still a glimmer of goodness in it - stuff like old music videos, rare films and such. Most of the things I care about when I go there weren't made for youtube itself. These videos disappear from the site eventually (and some already did). So I usually download everything before it's too late. Watching offline is always better.
As for the other category, I do like when I stumble upon the quiet, meditative videos devoid of any commentary, like the ones you described. There's definitely too much vanity fair going on youtube... Most people these days probably refuse to watch anything that isn't white sterile 1080p and recorded with a professional microphone certified by some megacorp. "Youtubers". Ahahaha.
Censorship and surveillance aside, and speaking about the conent itself - all these clippy pictures popping up every second (ever heard of "imagination" folks?), "witty" remarks (and comments), sleazy muzak... It's so pathetic.
People continue to destroy their lives and sink down into infantilism. There is no hope for youtube. And for most of humanity.
This cat's name is Chessie. At the moment this is not my cat, but when I lived with a boyfriend, it belonged to me. I remember her as the most controversial cat in general. She not only fucked up almost the whole apartment, but sometimes she also interfered with sleep. But on the back there was a pretty cute and cuddly cat, unless of course she scratched. Sometimes I miss her...
Well, yes, she is quite small, at least at the time when she saw her. This year, either in April, or in March, it should be 1 year old. I haven't seen her for months. Despite her harmful character, she still loved her. I still have a little photo with her.
Translation: Tailed villain. This cat was given the nickname "Balyk," which is known for eating meat products worth 6 thousand hryvnias in 2015 ($ 214.69, € 175.57). Alas, the news about the cat, what happened to him after 2015, is unknown.