— We chat with Sandra Soroka about Buzz, who lived with 39 dogs and needed an extreme haircut.
— Shevick believes his eco-friendly process will change our conception of after-death pet care.
— He grooms with a vacuum and claims that his mustache is glorious. We're not going to argue.
— The TV and radio presenter is legendary, but his sidekick is getting the attention now.
— She was alone and wounded at just two days old; we chat with her caretaker about her recovery.
— Enjoy this photo-fiesta of the six-toed beauties living at Ernest Hemingway's old home in Key West, Florida.
— She shares some earth-friendly kitty toy projects even the most DIY-challenged of us can assemble.
— The Siamese also confirms the long-suspected existence of a Secret Cat Stuff Plan for possible world domination by the feline species.
— We chat with Stephanie Martinez-Peres about how rescue kittens are helping to rehabilitate inmates at the Gwinnett County Detention Center.
— He uses cat pictures found online to map where a million cats live -- is your cat among them?
— We chat about his time with the famous Fancy Feast cat and why cats love gravy so much.
— "Being there with the people or animals that you love is a really important, transformative, and healing experience."
— Web-series creator Nicholas Tana talks about sneak attacks on female visitors and other real-life events that inform the horror comedy narrative.
— Georgia Dunn's comic strip presents day-to-day cat news reported by kitties Lupin, Elvis, and Puck.
— It's official: "Filmmakers are cat freaks just like the rest of us."
— National Hot Rod Association champion driver Ashley Force Hood shares her life with two cats, Simba and Gizmo -- they hang out at the track with her!
— Meet Laurie Cinotto, who runs a kitten foster home, then enter to win a copy of her new book.
— Lance Vaughan, co-founder of the classic TV site, talks about Gato, Wally, Figgy, Rory, and Kevin.
— His superhero hearing makes up for the loss of his vision (and when I say "superhero," I mean he has his own tiny kitty costume).
— I’ve learned this about my fellow belly dancers: The majority of us are dedicated cat ladies.
— Two rural vet clinics talk about how they deal with the unplanned expense of rescue and adoption.
— The name "cat dancer" is appropriate for one who gets inspiration from her feline companion.
— We talk to Steven Liu, founder of the home that took in the New York City subway kittens.
— The former frontman of the Jesus Lizard and Scratch Acid talks about his visual wordplay.
— We talk to Peter Cohen, a contractor whose home remodeling project includes 150 feet of skywalks, tunnels, and stairways, all for his cats.
— 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.
— The currency for cats is a little hard to explain, so we talk to one of the founders, Danielle Reid.
— “Cats make me happy when I see them,” the singer-songwriter says. “I want to pet cats I see on the street, even if I shouldn’t.”
— We chat with artist Simon Tofield about how his four real-life cats inspire his adorable, hilarious, and entirely relatable animated series.
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