— A shelter reports taking in fewer kittens after offering free spay/neuter services. Good job!
— A pet-food maker's study touts "sustainability," saying vegetable protein is all cats need. Wrong!
— Cat video festivals are popping up all over the place. Is your city next?
— PETA kills almost every animal it rescues, but that’s not the only issue I have with the group.
— A Michigan task force seeks to confine a boundless concept. How will this affect shelter populations?
— A new web-search tool transmits smells.
— An Audubon Magazine writer's suggestion to poison feral cats with acetaminophen, and the resulting shenanigans, have me seeing red.
— Savannah cats are illegal in five states. It's wrong to ban an entire breed of cat because of ancestry.
— Salmonella was found in a random sample, but no health problems have been reported.
— The story is heartbreaking. But it's also a glimpse into the incredible support system the cat rescue community has.
— It’s a spoof site, of course, but it could become something amazing for cats and humans.
— The public is safe! Boone and Panda stroll the historic building's catwalks to keep birds away.
— A nonprofit group helps low-income families keep their companion animals. And we think it's rad.
— The kitty structures, designed by an architect, are inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright.
— A tweeted photo proves that cats have been “helping” us with important work for centuries.
— This year, the Internet Cat Video Festival is joining forces with the Minnesota State Fair. And we couldn't be more excited.
— Vetstreet recently ran the numbers on the trendiest -- and least trendy -- kitty names of last year, along with the most popular.
— When the volunteers at CARA Welfare learned about the two cats rotting at the Pasig Rainforest Park, they set out to spring them straightaway.
— If your cat has dreams of stage stardom, a casting call is being held this week in New York City.
— It’s really no surprise -- when you ask the Internet to vote, the cat will always win.
— Thanks to the enterprising seventh grader, Hello Kitty's intergalactic domination is complete.
— Natasha might get a Hambone Award for the weirdest pet insurance claim of the year.
— After an avalanche of anti-cat news articles, a new and surprising pro-cat voice joins the debate.
— The super-rich eco-activist deals with the blowback over his campaign to ban cats.
— The cat-conscious website offers a cool deal for those looking to donate cat toys to their favorite shelter.
— The businessman has started a campaign to rid his country of cats, but his science is shoddy to say the least.
— Paramedics used the mask to revive the cat rescued from a burning home. You can help your first responders save pets’ lives in your area.
— After the collision, rescuers in China save nearly 1,000 cats from becoming food in Guangdong.
— After a landmark case, pet food, medicines, vet bills, and carriers can all be deducted.
— A digital memory card found on a cat’s collar holds clues to the criminal's identity.
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