Caturday felid trifecta: Temptation Cat Treat commercials; sea cats in tiny hammocks; Bohemian Catsody

July 15, 2023 • 9:30 am

Reader Divy happened to see this Temptations cat-treat commercial and said this:

Temptation cat treats makes funny commercials, but I saw this one while visiting my mom, and I had to share! Check out the side eye the cat gives her staff 🤣 There are many of their commercials available to watch on youtube.
I’ll put up three videos. The first one has four comercials conCATenated, with first bit showing the side eye.

Here’s a short one:

And another “shake” ad:


Matthew found a bunch of tweets with ships’ cats having their own little hammocks. Here’s a sample:

Seamen do love their kitties!


Here’s a full-on cat parody of “Bohemian Rhapsody,” complete with all the endearing features of cats who enstaff us. I especially like their little mouths moving with the words.

It must take hours and hours to put something together like this. Such is the devotion of cat-lovers to the Internet!  The YouTube notes (below) also show that it’s had almost nine million views:

Cats are royalty. We are their willing servants. Bohemian Catsody – enjoy a parody song of the Queen classic, Bohemian Rhapsody, this time, all about CATS! Okay, some have asked, so here you go – if a Bohemian Catsody tshirt or mug is your kind of thing, you can get one here,


h/t: Matthew, Divy, Ginger K.


6 thoughts on “Caturday felid trifecta: Temptation Cat Treat commercials; sea cats in tiny hammocks; Bohemian Catsody

  1. Love the cats in hammocks!

    Enjoyed the Bohemian Rhapsody as well. Like the original, shorter would have been better, but who am I to complain?

  2. Even Dick Whittington’s cat was nautical, even if nameless. It’s been a few years since I stroked the ears of Whittington’s Cat:
    around the last time I was stationed at The Whittington Hospital. The history of that hospital is quite interesting, being made up of three wings – each a quondam workhouse for three boroughs (Highgate, Islington and Haringey) of London that used to be separated by two roads and built around a smallpox hospital. Why all three workhouses were built just across the road(s) from each other was never explained to me.

  3. Fun post! I love those ads for Temptations. They sold me on the product. I’ll try it on my cat.

  4. An ad can get you to try a cat product, but they have no effect on the cat, which will certainly make the final decision.

    1. Indeed. In the same vein, the cat food I buy states ‘tastes as good as it looks’, which is definitely true for the creatures that can read.

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