— He didn't win, but the former homeless kitten uses his celebrity to advocate for rescue and adoption.
— As parents, we have a responsibility to teach compassion and respect in a society where some people label cats as "girly" and dogs as "manly."
— After a scandal, John Ensign of Nevada has gone back to his roots and opened an animal clinic.
— The onetime leader of the free world painted a lot of dogs, but now he is focused on cats.
— Commentator Stéphane Gendron laughed and then offered a weak apology. He's also the mayor of a Canadian city -- he needs to do more.
— This widens the marriage debate, but is that so crazy? (I know, it's a little crazy, but my cat rocks.)
— Rainbow boys and girls should be able to marry whoever they love. Hate and discrimination lose!
— Welcome to my inaugural column. First topic: What the heck is a "cat guy," anyway?
— Simba has visited Westbrook High School for 13 years. Would a cat have helped you cope?
— A comparison between reactions to animal abuse versus human abuse got me thinking.
— Savannah cats are illegal in five states. It's wrong to ban an entire breed of cat because of ancestry.
— India, Socks, Misty Malarky Ying Yang -- these are some of our esteemed presidential cats. Stand to attention!
— Some people say you shouldn't get a cat if you can't offer the very best care. What do you think?
— After a landmark case, pet food, medicines, vet bills, and carriers can all be deducted.
— A feud erupts at 10 Downing St. between feline reps of the prime minister and the chancellor of the exchequer.
— Imagine if cat moms and kid moms had the same legal privileges -- and the same ability to get away with outrageous behavior!
— Negative campaign tactics are almost as much fun as gravy. And I do love gravy.
— The 9Lives spokescat hits the campaign trail. His running mate is Stubbs, mayor of an Alaska town.
— Many cats are running for office, he says. It's time to end human tyranny!
— Tenants can no longer be forced to declaw their cats as conditions of renting.
— The kitty candidate is fighting for the rights of the feral cat population in the Nova Scotia city.
— Voting is different for cats. They're what you might call self-elected.
— We elect our president -- shouldn't we have some say in choosing the first pet?
— We're often asked what we believe here at Catster HQ. Well, we'll share if you will, and we'll even go first.
— People who run the facilities know that many victims won't leave abusive relationships without their animals.
— A first-hand account from a cat-loving employee at Loews Hotels in Orlando.
— The two politically minded cats are featured on a mock $2 bill that will raise money for felines in Russia.
— The state has expanded its seat belt law to include cats and dogs -- and officials say it's about time.
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