— The victory is a tribute to this superaffectionate cat with a knack for eating, who crossed the Rainbow Bridge in October.
— Instead of having a cat curl up in your lap, why don't you curl up in a cat's lap with this giant cat couch.
— When these candles burn away, something striking remains -- learn why she puts it there.
— Readers submitted photos and data, then we chose finalists -- the winner will be immortalized in a superhero illustration.
— Specifically, decks of cat tarot cards -- here are just a few of the gorgeous sets I found online.
— The skeletal feline was created to benefit a shelter. Now she inhabits paintings, cards, and jewelry.
— Enter to win a superhero illustration of your cat from the artist behind the website HeroMachine.
— These aren't "Famous Paintings Improved by Cats," but rather real works that already have cats.
— For some people, preserving their cats fills the hole left in their hearts. What do you think?
— Scott Stulen speaks on the planet's greatest feline movie show, which is expanding to Brooklyn.
— In San Pedro, California, stenciled black-and-white cats make some say “Aww” but others say “Grrr!”
— The Internet may have been invented so we could share pictures of our cats, but the obsession began long before that.
— When artists run amok in Brooklyn, they embrace their love of a good feline muse. We've got photos!
— Cats aren't allowed on the Playa, of course, but that doesn't mean they don't show up every year.
— The onetime leader of the free world painted a lot of dogs, but now he is focused on cats.
— Yekaterina Barbash gives Catster the lowdown on the ancient kitties in this remarkable exhibit.
— Stolarek speaks about cat shows, taking great cat photos, and celebrating cat life.
— My cat, Mimosa, is the star of a platforming adventure game with a steely real estate subplot.
— The best cat protagonists I've found inhabit fantasy and science fiction novels.
— Garfield loved lasagna, so here's a slideshow of your own orange kitties to celebrate the dish.
— Write it, draw it, speak it, dance it! Telling your cat's story can be a powerful experience.
— The tattoo design is by Horitomo, and it honors my first cat.
— St. James may have had no connection to animal care, but you might still want to appeal to him.
— An exhibit of Allen Ginsberg's photos celebrates the Beat Generation with photographs featuring the authors' favorite animals -- cats.
— Illustrations by the author of "Where the Wild Things Are" featured many cats. See for yourself.
— I think I need one of the cat tattoos in these photos -- in fact, I might need all of them.
— Claire Belton lets fans choose what's on the back cover. (It will be Pusheen eating a cookie. Right?)
— The authors of the fascinating book "Lost Cat" did. Read an excerpt and enter to win a copy!
— Rainy day? Ignore the TV. Create no-sew cat beds, simple cat toys, and kitty clubhouses.
— Founder Nohl Rosen admits that cats are picky and unpredictable, so he has them choose the songs.