— In this video, people in L.A. are led into a room for a guided meditation -- and kittens are unleashed.
— So I went to the Hello Kitty Convention and it was both worse and better than I expected. I'm also giving away some Hello Kitty temporary tattoos.
— "Our mission is to get cats out of the Oakland shelter," says co-proprietor Ann Dunn.
— In a new commercial, the singer tackles cat overpopulation and a delicious bottle of diet soda.
— For National Be Bald and Free Day, we talked to the first bald cat we saw. That was dumb.
— In this video, Rose explains how a tattoo of her cat, Patches, led to a specialty in the "cattoo."
— Four lots of Bravo! poultry treats for dogs and cats have been recalled because salmonella was detected during an inspection.
— Cleo and Forbi make an adorable couple, but other owls and cats have forged lasting friendships.
— I saw cat videos as well as clothes, toys, accessories and authors, but I also brought my cat, and we met tons of others.
— Contributors to "Cat Is Art Spelled Wrong" also ask how we define good art, and what's art at all; the publisher is raising money to pay them.
— She's a disinterested, grouchy Bengal, and he's an inquisitive 10-month-old; here's how it's going.
— Russian superstition says it's good luck to have a cat walk through your new house, so this was obviously the next logical step...
— Last week we learned that Hello Kitty is NOT a cat, and the Internet screamed in pain; now we hear that she is a cat after all -- well, sort of.
— Sanrio says Hello Kitty is really an English third-grade girl named Kitty White, not a cat, setting the Internet is aflame. What the fluff?
— The Sierra Club knows cats speak loudest on the Internet; see its new video on climate change.
— The plucky domestic cat ran the field at Camp Nou stopping the match and nearly eluding capture.
— ResQwalk enables animal lovers to raise money for their favorite rescue groups just by walking.
— A team of scientists has mapped the genome of the domestic cat, which could give us insight into diseases and evolution of humans and cats.
— Celebrities including Tia Carrere, Billy Boyd, and Lil Bub! turn out to support the Los Angeles group.
— KitTea founders surpassed a crowdfunding goal of $50,000, but a hot commercial real-estate market means they need another $100,000 to open.
— In Goshen, if you take your cat off your property, she has to be leashed. Let's have fun with that.
— We think so, and so do the Kickstarter funders of One Fast Cat -- the campaign has raised 15 times its original goal, and more is coming in.
— A New York cartoonist named Brittney creates touching comic strips from the point of view of cats who often get overlooked in the shelter.
— With the death of Poppy, competitors vie to be the Guinness World Records' champion of aging.
— We're representing at the annual Vegas pet expo -- follow along on Instagram or find us in person for some Catster swag.
— People who contribute to Simon Tofield's new animated movie will get books, prints -- and even a spot in a documentary about making the film.
— When you're a cat, the quality of a blanket is often the measure of a human's worth -- so listen up.
— Andrew Lloyd Webber puts hip-hop in the show, because he can do whatever the heck he wants.
— Kreacher was an experiment of Mother Nature gone slightly awry, but he's still deserving of love.
— The cat with a cleft palate has done great work, visiting schools to teach kids about disabilities.
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