— FURminator joined some YouTube creators to make these funny videos about a serious topic.
— Richard Christianson didn't wait for authorities to help before taking on the rescue himself.
— Kristen Lindsey has since been fired from her veterinarian job, shamed by other vets and her former school, and could face charges.
— A group called Cats vs. Cancer sends money to charities from ads sold on its website.
— A couple in England wants to join cineastes and cat lovers in a setting called Great Kitten.
— I videotape the effects of composer David Teie's use of chirping birds and calming purrs.
— Joan passed away early this week, but she got her dying wish of a safe home for her cat, and the outpouring of love she inspired will carry on.
— The designer praised his cat so thoroughly in an interview, we decided to present it as a pop song.
— Our great experiment covering the inert companionship of pet rocks (which, coincidentally, was on April Fools' Day) is over. Catster is back.
— Display the ASPCA's main color to raise awareness during Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month.
— The world’s leading voice for pets presents a revolutionary online publication dedicated to pet rocks and the people who love them.
— This puffy Selkirk Rex is taking over the Internet with his no-nonsense glare and permanent scowl.
— The Canadian Federation of Humane Societies seeks photos of men and cats for its 2016 calendar.
— The three groups that get the most votes will share funds from the Member Donation Program, which could total more than $100,000.
— A Good Samaritan found the 5-month-old cat, and a clinic’s call for aid has rallied Seattle behind him.
— I agree with backers: Increasing the limit from 3 to 5 will save cats lives and reduce euthanasia.
— SayNoToDogMeat.Net will rally the world on April 4 with its first Global March for Dogs and Cats in the Pet Meat Trade.
— At the venerable actor's passing, we revisit a "Star Trek" episode involving Spock and a black cat.
— After starring alongside Elisabeth Moss and Jason Schwartzman in the 2014 movie, Fluffy now needs assistance with his post-tumor veterinary bills.
— The well-liked, creative Draven Rodriguez committed suicide, shocking family and friends.
— "Benedict Cumberscratch" and "Neil Catrick Harris" are 2 of many cats named for actors who'll be at the Academy Awards this weekend.
— Disputes over care and fundraising show that things might be easier if Bart were a real zombie.
— Cats play dogs in a football game to illustrate the need for spay/neuter in a moving commercial by the Lucy Pet Foundation to air during Kitten Bowl.
— The resilient cat cheated death by digging himself out of his grave; he's on the road to recovery.
— A cat in Florida, thought to be dead and then buried in the backyard, returns from the grave.
— As the #GrumpyTownUSA Contest winner, the city got to have her at the ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society mobile adoption center on Saturday.
— The creators met their $10,000 goal in 20 minutes; after 3 days they have reached $2.7 million
— The child was left outside in a box in the freezing cold, and Masha jumped in to keep him warm.
— PetPhotoFun will animate your dearly departed cat and make him sing. Sing!
— Why were people willing to believe that an 85-year-old woman stole neighborhood cats to use their fur for coats? The answer is complex.
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