— Using a fashion site I transform us into Katy Perry, Rihanna, and more, with ridiculously fun results.
— I call my cats dozens of nicknames: I bet they call me "Clump Hustler" and "Door Cop." Yikes!
— A couch, some Orioles, and a three-hour nap -- er, I mean, game; how can cats not love baseball?
— Naming a feline house-captain is routine for me; here's how I determine which cat gets the title.
— I videotape the effects of composer David Teie's use of chirping birds and calming purrs.
— In scooping poop, cat owners are way better off than dog owners, and that's reason to celebrate.
— Catnip is totally safe for your cats -- and it makes their antics even more hilarious than usual.
— Our great experiment covering the inert companionship of pet rocks (which, coincidentally, was on April Fools' Day) is over. Catster is back.
— What would it be like if humans adopted some of the cat behaviors that I see daily?
— The slab threatens him, the driftwood is a gossip, and Mom deflates his new hobby. Rock texts!
— For every question, Cosmo's answer would be cat-related -- and get that big, red, buzzing "X."
— Kitty necks, bellies, haunches -- in my world, these parts are all total lip magnets.
— Q: How do cats celebrate St. Patrick's Day? A: With really bad poetry!
— Piles of papers, pens, and the awesomeness of the printer? That's maximum playtime for cats!
— I give them choices, allow time for replies, and sing to them in meows. What, you don't?
— I tried to get their attention without using food, and they ignored me in several different ways.
— Are we attracted to cats like ourselves? Do we see ourselves in the cats we like? Let's find out.
— If my cats were people, sure I'd want to hang out with them -- but sometimes in very small doses.
— There is no pigmentation in Siamese cats' eyes, yet they appear blue -- just like the sky.
— You haven’t really heard "We Are the World" until you’ve heard a professional singer meow it, using a different, pitch-perfect cat voice for each star.
— See their weird reactions as humans brush (or vacuum!) away cat-hair tumbleweeds.
— Oh, you really screwed the pooch on this one, didn't you? Better buy extra chocolates.
— Siamese and similar breeds are temperature-sensitive albinos; here's more about how it works.
— Clumps of fur keep showing up in my kitchen, and my only explanation is, well, ghost cat!
— I identify with cats but need some basic information. Here's what I REALLY want to ask.
— Singing, dancing, writing goofy songs, ridiculous nicknames? Yeah, I do that.
— Sometimes he looks like a Hershey's Kiss, and I can't keep my hands off his jiggly "jungle pouch."
— Researchers believe cats' Silver gene could help humans at highest risk of melanoma: redheads.
— A cat in Florida, thought to be dead and then buried in the backyard, returns from the grave.
— Cats in some modern holidays and rituals can be traced back to characters known as Cait Sidhe and Cait Sith from Ireland and Scotland.
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