— Draven Rodriguez's attempts to appear in the Schenectady High School yearbook with his cat succeeded, as he was joined by the school's principal and her Chihuahua.
— 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.
— These pictures show our favorites from an exhibit called Giving Shelter organized by Fix Nation.
— The one-eyed feral, dubbed the Lion King of Albefeira, was removed after a complaint that might have been a misunderstanding.
— EL-P and Killer Mike will re-record their "Run the Jewels" if a Kickstarter campaign succeeds.
— The "Parks and Recreation" actress will star in "Grumpy Cat's Worst Christmas Ever."
— A student petitioned to have the cat appear in his senior portrait, but instead the two will appear alongside the principal and her Chihuahua.
— Apparently most feline musings involve salmon and snoozing.
— It's the 15-year endeavor of a Minnesota man with Asperger's Syndrome.
— What liberties and safeguards would a feline Bill of Rights include?
— Draven Rodriguez raised some eyebrows when he attempted to use a photo portrait of him and his cat Mr. Bigglesworth for his yearbook picture. But we think it's awesome.
— After only 6 months as official mouser at the Scotland distillery, Peat dies in an accident.
— 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.
— He was found blind from a head trauma, but now he's living it up in front of the camera.
— 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.
— The Sierra Club knows cats speak loudest on the Internet; see its new video on climate change.
— This cat invades privacy in places other than the bathroom by finding unguarded Wi-Fi networks.
— The festival's 10,000 fans (including lots of cat guys!) enjoyed lots more than an hour of our favorite videos.
— A UK agency believes it's happening, so I offer tips on how to better photograph your black cat.
— In short video documentaries, WNYC lets cats tell tales of frolicking in the aisles, hopping around beer crates, and hating on strollers.
— 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.
— The rescue group pays tribute at its yearly award show; see videos and photos of the cats who won.
— 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.
— It says here that this target of feline fear and loathing might be a cancer cure. How 'bout that!
— People are asked to bring cats, on leashes, to the city's hipster HQ, Dolores Park. What the what?
— In Goshen, if you take your cat off your property, she has to be leashed. Let's have fun with that.
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