— Grumpy Cat's film success opens many doors -- horrible ones, but that never stops Tinseltown.
— "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.
— Here are some favorite movies starring cats that my children and I have found over the years.
— Myles talks about her own kitty, V, and how her character Leanne Taylor would benefit if a cat were written into the show.
— Web-series creator Nicholas Tana talks about sneak attacks on female visitors and other real-life events that inform the horror comedy narrative.
— It's official: "Filmmakers are cat freaks just like the rest of us."
— Remember Jinx the cat flushing the toilet in "Meet the Parents"? That's Dawn's work, and her cat!
— This documentary showed me that I didn’t know as much about the declawing issue as I thought.
— 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.
— 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.
— Scott Stulen speaks on the planet's greatest feline movie show, which is expanding to Brooklyn.
— Behold: our completely catty guide to the new Netflix female prison drama.
— I am a judge, so if you make a PAWSOME cat video, I might pick yours to be the winner!
— Cats have appeared in films and on TV since the dawn of Hollywood, and these cats are the best.
— Tardar Sauce has been the source of many great LOLcats, but does she really warrant a movie? Um, no -- which is why I believe it's a big media hoax.
— "Lil Bub and Friendz" teaches us about ourselves as it follows the rise of the perma-kitten.
— This year, the Internet Cat Video Festival is joining forces with the Minnesota State Fair. And we couldn't be more excited.
— My cats have strong opinions on this year's films. Not necessarily the correct opinions, but still.
— These cat products by IF Industries don't exist in our world yet, but one can dream.
— The celebri-cat had a Rolls Royce, appeared on TV -- and helped animals in need.
— "Cat in Paris" is a charming animated film about kitties in the City of Light. Watch the trailer -- and then enter to win the DVD!
— A feline with a rock star's name will be in "The Call Center Artist" by Ryan Favela; it needs your help.
— The sci-fi series has had numerous iterations -- and lots of cats in space.
— The works on screen at the Walker Art Center are rivaled by fans, costumes, and kitty celebrities.
— In "Cat Controller," the cat gives Max a remote control collar. Weirdness ensues.
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