— When these candles burn away, something striking remains -- learn why she puts it there.
— These cat ladies are sexy and slinky, not crazy.
— A population of prison kitties has been keeping South African inmates company for decades.
— We talk to Daniel Voshart, author "Half-Cat: A Partial History," about you-know-what.
— The author of "Cat Sense" wants to help humans be better companions to their cats.
— Her pals Choppa and Kitty are hip-hop's most lovable cats -- and one of them's a half-tailed wonder!
— Behold: our completely catty guide to the new Netflix female prison drama.
— I wasn't expecting anything when I emailed BUB. And then she responded with a visit to Catster and my life was complete.
— 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.
— Henri: "What goes through my mind when I see any dog is about what goes through their minds all the time ... nothing."
— Founder Nohl Rosen admits that cats are picky and unpredictable, so he has them choose the songs.
— Which cat is cute enough to win? You decide!
— We talk to cast members from the Toronto production to learn about this crazy kitty show.
— Forgotten Felines of Maine, which has saved hundreds of cats, speaks on the health and adoption potential of the now-famous tortie.
— When the volunteers at CARA Welfare learned about the two cats rotting at the Pasig Rainforest Park, they set out to spring them straightaway.
— Ever wondered what goes on backstage at the world-famous holiday adoption event?
— We sit down with the co-host of the paranormal show and channel dead pets. Kidding! We just have a chat.
— Our community manager came back from Vietnam with coffee made from poop. We put it to the test.
— Catster interviews the U.S. Air Force gunner who spotted the tiny cat later named Nala.
— Janine Quinn, who rescued a feral cat with a jar stuck on her head, talks about her work with cats and updates us on the lucky feline's recovery.
— How do you transport cats hundreds of miles for adoption? You start by finding a network of angels.
— Black cats don't get adopted as often as other cats, and that didn't sit well with Jennifer Stott. So she did something about it.
— We talk to the troupe's "chief human" about training cats to perform in a circus and a band. Yep, you read that right.
— Are tortoiseshell cats faster, feistier, and more demanding? Do they have, in a word, tortitude? Let's find out.
— Alana Miller takes in blind cats from around the country, giving them a chance at happy lives. How many blind cats? At last count, 93.
— A first-hand account from a cat-loving employee at Loews Hotels in Orlando.