Although declared with the best intentions, New Year’s resolutions are made to be broken. Most of us wait until at least February to start skipping the gym and sneaking the cookies. These shameless kitties? They didn’t even make it through the first week of January.
Pitti briefly considered being good this year, but he decided to be adorable instead.
Scout can’t help it. He knows what he likes, and what he likes is clean, warm laundry.
Once Binky gets this look in his eye, it’s over.
Sparta knows it, you know it, we all know it: Veggie chips aren’t chips. Hard pass.
Dutch isn’t fat, he’s fluffy, and he intends to stay that way.
The closer you sleep to your candy, the sooner breakfast is ready. Worked at Christmas, still works now.
Although precious hours were wasted exercising, Wilson comforted himself with the fact there was still an entire year to lounge around in bed.
Mathew isn’t proud of it, but as it turns out, he needs to sit on the computer.
Every year, Pablo joins Laser Pointer Addicts Anonymous, and every year he quickly falls off the wagon.
“Here’s an idea, human: maybe you should resolve to not care about me sitting on the laptop.”
Misia’s brief experiment with positive thinking yielded few surprises.
Hugo doesn’t want to talk about barre class, OK?
“Fruits and vegetables? What do I look like, a rabbit? I’m here for the Chinese leftovers, buddy.”
Mannie’s three favorite words? “Play next episode.” You’re an inspiration to us all, big guy.
Houseplants, curtains, and birds: Kafka celebrated the New Year with his favorite vices.