— Do the math: There are 120 cats and 20 people on this tiny island off the southern coast of Japan.
— A forgotten city-state in the Italian Alps contains more cats than it does people; see the pictures.
— Leon the Munchkin Cat runs the show in this small cafe; we're just allowed to be there.
— The Japanese approach death is a strong reminder of how lucky I am to have my cat in my life.
— How a romantic trip to Buenos Aires changed the lives of a cat loving couple, inspiring them to raise their voices and help our feline friends.
— In this culture of cute, nothing (dump trucks, dumplings, or donuts) is spared from cat themes.
— 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.
— It was my birthday, and we recently moved to Japan; what better place to spend my birthday?
— I still can't believe my luck: Never in my life have I had a vet visit that was so thoroughly positive.
— Brandy may not want to eat me (just yet), but I don't need her summoning any of her spooky friends this Halloween either.
— This hotel kitty was my dignified cat-crush on a London trip; here's my ode to this fabulous feline.
— De Poezenboot is Holland's one-and-only water-borne kitty rescue center. Let's take a tour.
— This handsome orange tabby cat makes it his job to help the students of Augsburg University as much as is felinely possible.
— My friend Patrick talks about long- and short-term business travel with Huck, Finn, and Sawyer.
— The adorable Nyalan and Deshi will lead you on that trip to Japan you've been meaning to take.
— Junko Suzuki has turned part of her home into a cat museum -- and she charges admission.
— On my trip to Belgium and Germany, I saw only two REAL cats, but met cats in art at every turn.
— A group called Cats Protection warns that cat cafes are too stressful for solitary hunters like cats. But I think somebody at that group forgot how to science.
— On this Canary Island a rescue group called 9 Lives Lanzarote conducts TNR and basic vet services.
— A population of prison kitties has been keeping South African inmates company for decades.
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