For those of you who don’t know, Curious Zelda is a cat on Twitter who “tweets” hilarious content; really, it’s not exaggerating to say they are the best tweets I’ve ever seen!
They make me laugh out loud!
But of course, many talented comedians are on Twitter, so what makes Zelda so special?
Well, for one thing, she “writes” poetry.
And it’s not like that vague, silly stuff which you were forced to read in high school. This poetry is grounded, interesting, and 100% feline. Take a look:
Cat owners every where are laughing! And for those of you who don’t own cats: yes, it’s true. Sweet little kitties really do hunt down bugs and then eat the gross things. I’ve seen my kitty, Autumn, munch on plenty of insects; spiders are her favorite.
Hilarious, am I right?!
As you can see, Curious Zelda has big, round eyes, so she looks startled all the time.
Which clearly makes for great comedy, as almost any caption becomes side-splittingly funny in an instant.
Judging from her tweets, Curious Zelda also likes to stare. A lot.
It’s just something about her expression which says: “I’m either going to run or bite. In 0.2 seconds, you’ll know which.”
Curious Zelda is, not surprisingly, a curious kitty, but she is also very energetic and loves to play. Whenever she plays, her eyes get all big and cute.
Despite all this exercise, Curious Zelda at least appears to be a bit chubby.
But, in my opinion, that only makes her even more adorable!
How can something so cute be so disgusting? Truly, all cat-lovers, including myself, grapple with this same existential question. It is but one of the many paradoxes that make up cats.
I’ve found it’s best not to watch when cats decide to lick their, uh, “waste ejection port” (Brunner and Stall).
Don’t ya just hate it when that happens?
Those eyes… I’m dying…
There you are, the comedy gold. I hope you enjoyed the tweets as much as I did!
If you are on Twitter, you should follow @CuriousZelda. I cannot recommend her enough.
If you would like to look at my humble account, it’s (https://twitter.com/GayleJorgenson). My tweets are not as good as Curious Zelda’s, but I’m getting there.
For more laughs, check out my post of the best cat memes on the Internet.
It starts by saying:
“It’s official. Cats have conquered the world via the web. But at least we can get in a few laughs at their expense before our adorable dictators send us to the catnip mines…”
Note: For those of you who read my post last week, I know I said that this week would be about dogs. But I had to change my mind when I was scrolling through Curious Zelda’s feed and realized just how uproarious each and every post was!
1. Brunner, David, Dr., and Sam Stall. The Cat Owner’s Manual: Operating Instructions, Troubleshooting Tips, and Advice on Lifetime Maintenance. Illustrated by Paul Kepple and Jude Buffum, Quirk Books, 2004.