— While some establishments we know are handling their feral cat situations wrong, others are doing it right. Hats off to the San Antonio Country Club and their new team of hired hit cats.
— Luna is a Himalayan kitty with a wardrobe that's probably bigger than yours. English is her third language, so pardon her unique way of spelling. She is fluent in Spanish and cat, and she always remembers to dress fur impress.
— The Maneki Neko, or the "Beckoning Cat" is a Japanese symbol of welcoming good fortune - and while I can't guarantee it will lead to riches, you're bound to get lucky when wearing this shirt.
— What do you mean you collect mp3s? Cassettes stuffed with catnip are where it's at for hipster cats, and we're giving away a set of six this week!
— Loews Hotels at Universal Orlando has quietly announced that they are trapping the 10 feral cats that live there and sending them to their deaths at a local animal services facility.
— I have said before that cats in the outdoors are like drunken sailors carousing in a seedy portside red light district. Many cats look for trouble outdoors, and the rest find trouble whether they're looking or not.
— Many cat mummies seen in museums today were preserved naturally, but a good number of them were sacrifices. Religiosity, not curiosity, killed these cats.
— If the mother cat is a jerk, will the kittens be little jerks, too? This question is so important that we wrote a song to answer it. Well, Sarah Donner did, anyway.
— This week's cat guy is Tracy Glenn, a dashing young police officer who is daddy to two kitties.
— Cats have taken over the Internet, and now they're making their move on television. Is their plan for world domination through TV commercial appearances working?