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Dear Catster Member, February 22, 2011
Hazardous Hiding Places for Cats

If it's freezing outside and you're planning on taking the car for a spin, you may want to bang on your hood or honk your horn to rouse the feline who might just be seeking refuge from the cold inside. This is a common scenario, as evidenced by Lucky the cat (pictured and available for adoption) who was recently saved after making his presence known just in the nick of time.

Here are 9 more potentially hazardous hiding places to keep in mind ››

The Prisoner of Catzkaban

The Prisoner of CatzkabanEven a cat that resembles Lord Voldemort, the villain of the Harry Potter books, can find a furever home. Our Kitty News Network reports on this heart-warming tale »

When Kitty Chews Fabric

When Kitty Chews Fabric Some cats have a habit of sucking on fabrics. This may seem cute at first, but after your kitty has turned your favorite sweater into Swiss cheese, you probably won't be so thrilled. Here's what to do »

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