— Our feline poets spend their favorite holiday much the way humans do: exchanging gifts and enjoying a special meal -- with a poetic twist.
— The handmade toys capture individual looks such as birthmarks, scars, and even a grumpy face.
— I've read a lot of fiction featuring cats as characters; let me help you avoid the trash by steering you toward some of the good ones.
— Cats can flex and bend, molding themselves into any position, from elegant to ... not so elegant.
— Miwako Tezuka talks about the introduction of felines into Japanese society, cats catching giant squids, and ancient Japanese cat horror stories.
— At the venerable actor's passing, we revisit a "Star Trek" episode involving Spock and a black cat.
— This smoosh-face gentleman cat is helping his human taking over Instagram with his cat art.
— The sun revolves around the cat, or at least it should, according to the kitties of Haiku by Cat.
— I loved my cat posters as a kid, but we've come a long way from the "Hang in There" classic print.
— If you forget that your cute kitty is also a stealthy hunter, you could be next on the pounce list.
— Century after century, cats have had no interest in fancy portraits; see eight cats who'd love to escape works of great artists and have their revenge.
— When I visited the Noguchi Museum in New York City, I wondered whether the sculptures on display were secretly pieces of cat furniture.
— How does anyone get anything done without cats' assistance? Cats write poetry on the subject.
— There's a fundraising blind cat called Mr. Magoo, tigers who paint, and housecats with an iPad app.
— The creators met their $10,000 goal in 20 minutes; after 3 days they have reached $2.7 million
— The game features celebrity cats such as Henri Le Chat Noir, along with special-needs cat Sheldon.
— Tom Fonder's web comic depicts a business-savvy feline living in the corporate world.
— Read our interview with the artist and then enter to win a portrait of your own cat.
— She and co-author Carolyn Newman follow up on the success of "Hot Guys and Baby Animals."
— The Connecticut exhibit showcases homeless cats; we chat with one about ... whatever he wants.
— In this video, Rose explains how a tattoo of her cat, Patches, led to a specialty in the "cattoo."
— From the Silver Age to the present day, cats have become increasingly important in comics.
— "It's like Comic-Con ... for cat people," says the organizer; I'll be there with Lil BUB and the creators of Simon's Cat and Henri Le Chat Noir.
— Why shouldn't we carry our sandwiches and cheesy doodles in containers with Garfield or Heathcliff or other cats who make us smile?
— Sanrio says Hello Kitty is really an English third-grade girl named Kitty White, not a cat, setting the Internet is aflame. What the fluff?
— Artist Marija Tiurina has created illustrations of the famed sins, with cats as the stars.
— The artist works from owner-provided photos, capturing cats in a realistic style with watercolors.
— Alex Greenshpun found a litter of kittens, nursed them back to health, then took adorable pictures.
— We disagree on "Tom and Jerry" and Garfield, but we all love the weird and gross stuff like "Ren and Stimpy" and Snowball from "The Simpsons."
— A New York cartoonist named Brittney creates touching comic strips from the point of view of cats who often get overlooked in the shelter.
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