— This cat invades privacy in places other than the bathroom by finding unguarded Wi-Fi networks.
— The festival's 10,000 fans (including lots of cat guys!) enjoyed lots more than an hour of our favorite videos.
— A UK agency believes it's happening, so I offer tips on how to better photograph your black cat.
— In short video documentaries, WNYC lets cats tell tales of frolicking in the aisles, hopping around beer crates, and hating on strollers.
— A team of scientists has mapped the genome of the domestic cat, which could give us insight into diseases and evolution of humans and cats.
— The rescue group pays tribute at its yearly award show; see videos and photos of the cats who won.
— Celebrities including Tia Carrere, Billy Boyd, and Lil Bub! turn out to support the Los Angeles group.
— KitTea founders surpassed a crowdfunding goal of $50,000, but a hot commercial real-estate market means they need another $100,000 to open.
— It says here that this target of feline fear and loathing might be a cancer cure. How 'bout that!
— People are asked to bring cats, on leashes, to the city's hipster HQ, Dolores Park. What the what?
— In Goshen, if you take your cat off your property, she has to be leashed. Let's have fun with that.
— We think so, and so do the Kickstarter funders of One Fast Cat -- the campaign has raised 15 times its original goal, and more is coming in.
— With the death of Poppy, competitors vie to be the Guinness World Records' champion of aging.
— 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.
— A lethal bait might be the next prong of Australia’s attack on feral cats. When will the madness stop?
— Steven Liu runs the center out of his apartment in Brooklyn, but he needs help to keep it going.
— Andrew Lloyd Webber puts hip-hop in the show, because he can do whatever the heck he wants.
— When breeders care only about making money from kittens, it’s the animals -- and the people who fall in love with them -- who suffer.
— "My Cat From Hell" takes on the cat whose behavior led his family to barricade themselves in a bedroom and call 911.
— Mere weeks after she received the crown, she crossed the Rainbow Bridge.
— The Blue Scottish Fold kitten was set to fly out last week, but he got out; nobody has seen him since.
— You might have thought the jerky treat controversy only affects dogs, but cats have gotten sick, too.
— After saving her four-year-old human from a dog attack, Tara is an Internet sensation -- she even threw out the first pitch of a baseball game!
— Guinness World Records just bestowed the honor on this cute senior kitty, who is a grand 24. Let's hear from her!
— The famed Twitter comedian posts photos of her kitties, just like you do. They're wonderful.
— We finally noticed a neat feature of the shopping giant: It advertises pets for adoptions from shelters and rescues around the country.
— The attack on the young boy appears wholly unprovoked, then the cat comes to his rescue.
— Amtrak has a pilot program that allows cats and dogs, and we hope it succeeds. Are you on board?
— The Green Cat Rescue Cafe is looking for space for what it calls an "indoor cat park."
— Vets warn of the risk, but most recent pet food recalls over Salmonella have involved kibble.
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