— 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?
— Artist Marija Tiurina has created illustrations of the famed sins, with cats as the stars.
— The artist works from owner-provided photos, capturing cats in a realistic style with watercolors.
— Alex Greenshpun found a litter of kittens, nursed them back to health, then took adorable pictures.
— We disagree on "Tom and Jerry" and Garfield, but we all love the weird and gross stuff like "Ren and Stimpy" and Snowball from "The Simpsons."
— A New York cartoonist named Brittney creates touching comic strips from the point of view of cats who often get overlooked in the shelter.
— 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.
— Georgia Dunn's comic strip presents day-to-day cat news reported by kitties Lupin, Elvis, and Puck.
— The first thing I moved into our new home was a giant faux oil painting of my cat -- my husband hates it. What are your thoughts?
— This ex-pat Brit lives on a tropical island and makes beautiful wooden cats.
— Her recently published volume is called "True Cat Toons."
— Living on the tropical island of Lanzarote, I encounter gorgeous cats wherever I go -- and I usually have a digital camera with me.
— Susan Michals is gearing up for a second Cat Art Show, and she's running a contest on Instagram.
— The former frontman of the Jesus Lizard and Scratch Acid talks about his visual wordplay.
— We talk to the artist about blending felines with mythical creatures such as unicorns or dragons.
— They feature a rotund brown cat who lounges in inappropriate places -- just like real life.
— A Buzzfeed video is the latest in coverage that includes the Daily Beast, the Huffington Post, and CNN. Even cooler? My old friend made it happen.
— Free Apple apps like PopArt, MobileMonet, and Glaze will channel your cat's inner da Vinci.
— On my trip to Belgium and Germany, I saw only two REAL cats, but met cats in art at every turn.
— We found photos of cute cat cakes, cat cupcakes, and cat cake pops on the Internet. Yum!
— We chat with artist Simon Tofield about how his four real-life cats inspire his adorable, hilarious, and entirely relatable animated series.
— The artist channels felines through the eyes of Maurice Sendak, Dr. Seuss and Nintendo video games!
— "You know that saying 'Every dog has its day?' Now it’s the cat’s turn. Cats have been great fodder and inspiration for artists for centuries."
— 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.
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