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— In the dark of a cold winter's night I love to curl up with spooky tales -- preferably about cats.
— Oh, she’ll be the life of the party, wowing and wooing admirers, but always on HER terms.
— On my trip to Belgium and Germany, I saw only two REAL cats, but met cats in art at every turn.
— Capricorn cats are grounded and calm, steady and stubborn, and love to hear how beautiful they are.
— The Internet is kind of an awesome place, right? I did a search for "cats as Disney princesses" and the results are too good not to share.
— Cats can make any mattress look like heaven, but what about shampoo? Here's what would happen.
— I mean, Jennifer Lawrence in the first movie plays a character called "KATniss," right?
— I saw cats eating watermelon, a cat getting stuck in a vase, Lil Bub, and Henri.
— These cat ladies are sexy and slinky, not crazy.
— We talk to Daniel Voshart, author "Half-Cat: A Partial History," about you-know-what.
— Scott Stulen speaks on the planet's greatest feline movie show, which is expanding to Brooklyn.
— Lady Dinah's Cat Emporium opens soon in London. Here's what would make it perfect.
— Unmistakable joy pervaded the sanctuary filled with cats, dogs, rodents -- and even a fish.
— The Internet may have been invented so we could share pictures of our cats, but the obsession began long before that.
— Cats aren't allowed on the Playa, of course, but that doesn't mean they don't show up every year.
— Being a cat-loving man is not for the meek or insignificant, and that matters in relationships.
— You might know that the ancient Egyptians worshiped cats, but have you heard about the Polish cat god who barked like a dog?
— Someone suggested that Thomas and I might have a psychic bond. I had to know more.
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— Illustrations by the author of "Where the Wild Things Are" featured many cats. See for yourself.
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