Hansen’s Team Pick:
Christmas Cats TV is basically all that I’ve ever wanted but didn’t know I wanted. It is honestly just eight hours of streaming live feed of cats in Christmas sweaters, with Christmas music, some weird cat lady wearing a sweater and sometimes there’s an elf. Once, a boy band came on and sang “Little Drummer Boy.” But most importantly, there were cats in Christmas sweaters. You can even get a shout out on the show if you use their adorable messaging system (or Twitter).
Today’s the last day of Christmas Cats TV, where you can watch “a room full of adoptable cats available for adoption” (you can adopt them, you know) and get into the holiday spirit with general wackiness of the Cat Grandma. The cats are adoptable through North Shore Animal League America in Port Washington, New York, the world’s largest no-kill rescue and adoption organization. There’s even little profiles of them up on the website, including their names and personalities and cute pictures.
I think it’s safe to say now I’ve found this channel, my motivation to work for the rest of the day is completely gone. If you need me, I’ll be sitting at my desk, drinking out of my cat flask, watching cats run around in sweaters, trying to get a shout out.