Here is Pepper, perfectly poised as he looks back at his handiwork – a weighty stack of tomes. His artistry goes beyond words, so why would he concern himself with reading? Owner Bret says, “My parents went on a three-week African safari, leaving us with Pepper. When Pepper isn’t chasing ghosts around the room, or his own tail, he can be remarkably complacent.” Thank you Bret and Pepper!
Whatstacked: Stuffed animals and boxes
After a hiatus, we are back with a very amazeballs stack from cat Molly. As you can see she is already progressed to the professional level of catstackatude with her towering tower of towering boxes (an excellent choice of stacking materials). She also sent along a photo of a stack utilizing many stuffed animals! Thank you very much to Molly and Terry for this most excellent display of catstackery!
In a selfless display of sacrifice, cat Sophie has taken one for the team by stacking a human member of the household. While it looks like the majority of the baby might push this stack into danger territory, Sophie has stacked the entire cranium, which is weighty enough. If Sophie keeps this up, the catstacking horizon might be very broad indeed. Thanks Sophie and Brendan!
Whatstacked: 2 TV remotes, 1 pair of flip flops, 1 stuffed otter, 1 alarm clock, 1 scarf, 1 stuffed dog, 1 baseball cap, and 1 blue propeller cap
Check out Chewy! A monumental stack has appeared on his back and as you can see he has not even blinked an eye. So focused, so persistent, so equipped with the strength of 10000 normal cats. Owner Carey notes that Chewy is “mildly tolerant,” but he appears to be more than that. He also gets the award for the first ever stacked propeller hat. Nice work, Chewy and Carey!
Whatstacked: Dog’s stuffed animals
It’s been awhile since Catstackers’ own Boomer has stacked anything. In fact, right up until the moment of this stack he was pretty sure he had retired from his epic days of catstackery. While this stack is a but a pale specter of his former glory, maybe it will mean a comeback for Boomer. You can see by his face that he’s thrilled about this prospect!
Whatstacked: Lego box, cups, frisbee, books
This bit of stack wizardry comes from cat (Syl)Vester! The image came accompanied with the simple missive: “Sheer boredom.” And yet, only sheer boredom could birth such a feat of towering prowess, for when one finally surrenders to ennui, all the magic powers of creation burst forth and blossom into showering rainbow tears of joy, er, catstackery. Thanks, (Syl)Vester and Steven!
Whatstacked: Misc. Debris
Owner Dave sums up Socko’s transcendent AM catstack like this: “What a great way to start the morning ” And it’s true! When the skillbuilding of catstackery merges with the sheer joy of creation the moment can be a pivotal one for both catstackathelete and observer. In simpler terms: Catstacking is awesome for everyone (and may save the world someday soon)! Thank you to Dave and Socko! To everyone else, just when I think this site is dead, another catstackalete comes out of woodwork with another fine stack! Hurray!
Whatstacked: books, sand toys, sunglasses, sunscreen, sandals
To close out the summer, we’ve got a great picture of cat Weeds. Weeds doesn’t want to miss out on the beach fun, so he’s stacked himself into all the gear needed for a trip to the shore. Such form, such grace, such majesty! Thanks to owner Marian for capturing this wondrous feat and to Weeds for being such an agile catstackathelete. We hope your summer has been full of fun catstackery!
Catstacked: Capt. Jack
Whatstacked: Dog toys
Poor Capt. Jack. Stacked with dog toys. But if there’s a silver lining it’s that he can now stack ANYTHING. Stacking dog toys has given him the attached zen mastery needed to rise above the stacking materials. Just as long as the dog doesn’t mistake him for a dog toy himself, all will be well. Thanks Karen and Capt. Jack!
Whatstacked: dishes, dustpan, pillow
This morning’s catstackery comes from Misha, with an extremely small amount of help from a human named Cavy. As you can see, Misha has crafted a daring stack while seemingly relaxing nonchalantly in a cat hammock. Misha is also up for adoption: “We have some very tolerant cats at the rescue I volunteer with, so I decided to try cat stacking them. Misha was my first stacking attempt, and I think she was made for it! See how zen she looks? Misha, however, says I am only qualified as a temporary stacker and is accepting applications for a permanent human stacker. For more information on becoming Misha’s Permanent Stacker click here.” Thank you Misha and Cavy and for someone looking for an innate catstackathelete, here’s your chance to take one home!