— Kreacher was an experiment of Mother Nature gone slightly awry, but he's still deserving of love.
— My first cat came along at just the right time; he comforted me when I was a scared little girl -- and then one day, he was gone.
— She entered my life on Independence Day with an antidote for loneliness I didn't know I needed.
— Wanting to expand your animal family is easy, but don't take such a decision lightly.
— Since adopting one (and ultimately six) cats, I feel happier and more content than I was before -- my cats are now members of my family.
— Elizabeth and Joshua Chase thought their foster cat had gone to a good home, but he hadn't -- he ended up living on the street.
— Volunteering has become a wonderful part of my life -- here's what I've learned in the process.
— Two years ago he was crawling around on his elbows, but the miracle crawls no more.
— Yes, kittens are cute, but cats who have passed the fuzz-ball stage often make even better pets.
— Here's why shelters and rescues are the best places to adopt, and if it's not the right time for you, here's how to help in other ways.
— Despite having three legs, Norman Bates still manages to surprise us with his cat skills.
— This Dallas nonprofit group considers personalities of cats and families in adoption.
— Studies have found that most of the people who abandon or surrender their animals are under 30.
— The no-kill rescue group has had phenomenal adoption success -- each year, approximately 500 cats are rescued and adopted to new families.
— He was mistaken for a feral until he showed his love for people, but his health problems continue.
— Despite the cat's shocking appearance, Tyrone's owners never gave up on him.
— It leaves kitties staggering, but it doesn’t hurt -- find out why a "CH cat" could be an awesome addition to your family.
— You'll make a difference to one cat -- and you'll pay it forward for many more.
— “The center allows them to decompress in a quiet, loving environment that feels like they're back in a home,” co-founder Amanda Wilson says.
— Look at these pictures of Fabio Gato Negro and his underbite -- behold the fangs of mystery!
— We finally noticed a neat feature of the shopping giant: It advertises pets for adoptions from shelters and rescues around the country.
— Yoga is partially paralyzed, and Trip has cerebellar hypoplasia, but they're clearly still cats at heart.
— I am convinced the universe was holding onto Buddy until his forever home with me was ready.
— Some people still want cats without claws, so Declawed Cats for Adoption hopes to fill that need while preventing more of the brutal procedure.
— Cassie Carganilla promised a sick kitten she’d honor his memory by rescuing as many cats as she could. So far, she’s saved hundreds.
— The store provides funds so volunteers can help the cats, dogs, and people who need it most.
— It happened to my brother -- it just took the right cat who was up for adoption; it's fun to see.
— She has a wheelchair but can still be a cat with the best of them. These photos show how.
— Who gets to define "crazy," and why is it crazy to care for animals well and give them love?
— Here are 6 ways my sweet and scrappy Ghost Cat is different that what I expected.