— Cats in these pictures display pricey beds, fancy water fountains, and a backyard full of fish.
— He was found frozen to a water meter; now he's done with rehab and has found a new home.
— This active, agile, assertive cat has a graceful look and an endless supply of love and mischief.
— The self-proclaimed Instagram sensation will soon be seen on a new Animal Planet show.
— The deaf cat with cerebellar hypoplasia is in the race to become the "meower" of San Antonio.
— They probably feel sneaky in their hideouts around the house, but I always find them.
— Do the math: There are 120 cats and 20 people on this tiny island off the southern coast of Japan.
— 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.
— "I've always adopted rescued pets. I'm adopted myself, so adoption is near and dear to my heart."
— The black rescue cat has cerebellar hypoplasia but is learning to zip around on four wheels.
— This Maine Coon rescue has a side job in making up cat-centric versions of pop songs.
— This intelligent and gentle breed prefers to observe strangers from a distance, but she’s loving, affectionate, and devoted to her family.
— Here's a photo-friendly guide to the new long-haired lovely on the scene.
— This happy accident is the ideal breed for lovers of Siamese temperament and the long-haired look.
— This spunky trooper lost the use of his back legs but is winning his own personal battle in life.
— Miwako Tezuka talks about the introduction of felines into Japanese society, cats catching giant squids, and ancient Japanese cat horror stories.
— These pictures show a cat who loves to dress up in ties, sailor hats, and traditional Chinese garb.
— Playing Scrabble, enjoying brunch, wearing bad sandals -- they look just like fuzzy little people!
— During a difficult couple of weeks, a continuous supply of baby feline cuteness has kept me from spiraling into big-sadness overload.
— This rescue with chromosomal abnormalities is leading the Crooked Cat movement.
— This smoosh-face gentleman cat is helping his human taking over Instagram with his cat art.
— We chat with the Internet's new rising star, who likes dressing up to help with her hyperesthesia.
— The well-liked, creative Draven Rodriguez committed suicide, shocking family and friends.
— She's making a miraculous recovery thanks to the Fur-Ever Home Rescue organization.
— Here's an intro in pictures to the self-proclaimed "genetically engineered awesome cat."
— This laid-back charmer will work her way into your heart with her intelligence and sweet nature.
— These kittens, who each have only one eye, have bonded to form a dynamic and playful duo.
— See their weird reactions as humans brush (or vacuum!) away cat-hair tumbleweeds.
— Atchoum looks like a mad scientist on bad hair day, and the Internet has fallen in love with him.
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