— A black-and-white rescue cat has a telltale back-stripe; shelter staff call him Pepe LeMew.
— Cats in some modern holidays and rituals can be traced back to characters known as Cait Sidhe and Cait Sith from Ireland and Scotland.
— 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.
— In this culture of cute, nothing (dump trucks, dumplings, or donuts) is spared from cat themes.
— The top cat searches of 2014 reflect our continuing fascination with the most basic cat activities.
— After a year of hype, only two exist in the country, and they're both in Montreal; it seems a lack of cat-loving landlords is behind the delay.
— I chat with a few founders of Seattle Meowtropolitan, an ideal blend in a city that's driven by coffee and filled with cat lovers.
— It was my birthday, and we recently moved to Japan; what better place to spend my birthday?
— Doug Hall is one of the men in the 2015 Tomcats Calendar, which benefits Tenth Life rescue group.
— So I went to the Hello Kitty Convention and it was both worse and better than I expected. I'm also giving away some Hello Kitty temporary tattoos.
— In a new commercial, the singer tackles cat overpopulation and a delicious bottle of diet soda.
— Toonces from Saturday Night Live isn't the only terrible driving cat -- others would get pulled over for fly-chasing and sleeping behind the wheel.
— In this video, Rose explains how a tattoo of her cat, Patches, led to a specialty in the "cattoo."
— "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.
— A student petitioned to have the cat appear in his senior portrait, but instead the two will appear alongside the principal and her Chihuahua.
— 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?
— These picks go deeper into the cat-music catalog than "Stray Cat Strut" (though it's a fine song).
— People who contribute to Simon Tofield's new animated movie will get books, prints -- and even a spot in a documentary about making the film.
— Andrew Lloyd Webber puts hip-hop in the show, because he can do whatever the heck he wants.
— It's now on Hulu, so let's reminisce and learn about the Japanese anime series' pivotal characters: Luna, Artemis, and Diana.
— Cats yawned at the idea of taking over the show, but now they're on the move, led by Ser Pounce.
— It's official: "Filmmakers are cat freaks just like the rest of us."
— Lance Vaughan, co-founder of the classic TV site, talks about Gato, Wally, Figgy, Rory, and Kevin.
— Highlights from the 60 labels in the new book include Play Boy Cat Food, "Meat Chunks," and a cat who sprays deodorant on himself.
— Why can't kitty have a debauched spring break like all the other kids? We show you how.
— Cat cafes are opening around the world, so it stands to reason the cats should have a say in this.
— Piscean cats are loving, eccentric, and intuitive, but they also have hair-trigger sensitivity.
— The former frontman of the Jesus Lizard and Scratch Acid talks about his visual wordplay.