muzlim lolcats

last updated 05/20/2011

I notice this page is getting a lot of traffic via Facebook.  Since I don’t have FB, I can’t see what people are writing about my lolz.  Could you please leave me a comment or 2 here?  Kthx!

If you’ve spent anytime online, you’ve probably run into an lolcat or 2.  Take a picture of a kitteh, add a caption in LOLspeak and wa’la, you’ve got yourself a lolcat.

I’ve frequented icanhascheezburger for my several times daily dose of lolcat goodness for ages now, and always keep my eyes peeled for muslim themed lolcats.  To the best of my knowledge, only one has appeared on icanhascheezburger.

And as far as I’ve seen, there is only one blogger who does muslim lolcats – the talented Mr. Moo.  They’re hilarious.  This is my favorite.

If you know of any more muzlim lolcats out there, please do let me know!

So what’s a muzlim lolcat fan to do?  Why make her own lolcats of course staring my favorite squishy kitty!   For the most part, I don’t set about posing the Squeakster for potential muzlim lolcats (tried that once with some prayer beads.  She decided she wanted to eat them), so there aren’t a lot of them yet.  And I haven’t gone out of my way to look pictures of other cats that would make good muzlim lols.  Bear with me though, and inshaAllah there will be more.  And they will get better.  I know some of these are kinda lame.  But at least the kitteh is adorable.

made this one to go with a post on back biting:

And a few non muslim specific Squeaky lolz:

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23 thoughts on “muzlim lolcats

  1. Salaams ukhti,

    This is really nice mashaAllah – came across your blog via deenport. Very good mashaAllah – I too began my search when I was 19! Loving the blog and the cats.

    Don’t really use the computer much but will inshaAllah keep checking this out x

    May Allah protect you, preserve your and raise you x

  2. Wa alaikum assalam Aimee,

    JazakAllah khair for your comment. There must be something about the late teens that awaken the drive to search and define oneself.

  3. Assalaamu aleikum sister
    I just came across your blog and I just LOVE these muzlim lolcats! A blog that is Muslim, and cat crazy, where purple is appreciated… 3 of my favourite things! :)

  4. wa alaikum assalam,

    Welcome! Are you a refugee FROM the kitchen or TO the kitchen? If you’re trying to run away, you may not like all the cooking I talk about, lol. Always happy to have another cat lover on board :D

  5. LOL! I lovesss it! I need to pose my kitteh for Muslim lolcat pics! But he can’t wear a hijab being a boy and all. :(

    My kitteh is calling me. Bye-byezzz

    • I’m glad you like them. Cats really do rule the internets. I think I have more scattered throughout my blog under the category “lolz”

  6. Hey Salaam,

    :-(

    My kitteh got killed yesterday by a dog!!!

    She was so sweet and such a lovely gift from Allah SWT.

    Shocking how sombre the house is.

    InaliLahi wa inna ilayhi raji’un.

  7. wa alaikum assalam,

    Ya Allah! I am so sorry to hear that :( May she be a good witness for you on the day of judgment and join you jannah inshaAllah. ameen.

  8. This for me was not a stumble upon, but a “trip over” discovery! Religion without out a sense of humour — SCAREY! A sense of humour is a sign of deep faith, not disrespect. But I get my ass kicked for my rosaries for example: http://www.flickr.com/photos/mausheimer/4383941888/in/set-72157614944548314
    So you seem to be in my home state, Wisconsin! As the Wisconsin protests started up, I finally made a Wisconsin rosary I’d had in mind for years: http://www.flickr.com/photos/mausheimer/5532981161/in/set-72157614944548314/
    When I broke my leg in 2005, the doctor working in Emergency here in Yellowknife introduced himself and said he’s from Iraq. So I shook his hand and said “I’m an American military veteran”. I’d like to find out right away whether or not somebody hates my guts. To thank him for his care, I made him an Islamic rosary, three decades, with, in the alphabet letter beads in the first decade his name: AL-WARD (“Rose” he explained, in Arabic); in the second decade “ALLAH-HU” and the third decade “AKBAR”, and the rest of the beads white lampwork with glass roses inside. I have no power to stop a war, but opportunities for peace are everywhere.

    • Welcome to my blog, fellow Wisconsinite! If my dear grandmother were still alive, I may have commissioned a wisconsin rosary for her, very cool :)

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