— Bad birds plot to get Mittens, mice drive him under the bed, and he's half blind. He must text!
— We sometimes unfairly blame them for counter cruising, seat jacking, and, um, passing gas.
— Paper or plastic? Doesn't matter in these videos!
— My love for my cats extends to my sleeping brain. Here are some recent dreamtime kitty adventures.
— Nurse Brandy says: "If your human won't take care of herself, take matters into your own paws."
— Poetry-writing cats seek universal meaning from within the confines of cardboard walls.
— Using a fashion site I transform us into Katy Perry, Rihanna, and more, with ridiculously fun results.
— FURminator joined some YouTube creators to make these funny videos about a serious topic.
— I call my cats dozens of nicknames: I bet they call me "Clump Hustler" and "Door Cop." Yikes!
— Cats teach us, primarily by using their claws on the decor, not to get too attached to our stuff.
— Mittens can't figure out how to text the IRS, Drunk Patty makes situations worse, and Stumpy wants Mittens to be a gangster. Mitty texts all about it!
— A couch, some Orioles, and a three-hour nap -- er, I mean, game; how can cats not love baseball?
— Our feline poets spend their favorite holiday much the way humans do: exchanging gifts and enjoying a special meal -- with a poetic twist.
— Cats in these pictures display pricey beds, fancy water fountains, and a backyard full of fish.
— Naming a feline house-captain is routine for me; here's how I determine which cat gets the title.
— Walk? Ha! These cats get around by riding -- on a ram, a tortoise, or maybe a motorcycle.
— I videotape the effects of composer David Teie's use of chirping birds and calming purrs.
— After you read about Mittens facing the confusing horrors of Drunk Patty's tube tops, enter to win a copy of the new "Texts From Mittens" book.
— In scooping poop, cat owners are way better off than dog owners, and that's reason to celebrate.
— They probably feel sneaky in their hideouts around the house, but I always find them.
— The designer praised his cat so thoroughly in an interview, we decided to present it as a pop song.
— 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?
— Every rock deserves to be adopted into a loving home, but once I held a crystal, I had to buy one and now can't go back to ordinary stones.
— I adopted a pet rock and named him Benedict Cumberbatch; he's crucial for a stress-free life.
— Stoney looks like any other rock until I give him eyes, a tie, earrings, and other accessories.
— The famed rescue (and full-service landscaper) wants a pet rock in every home (or flowerbed).
— The slab threatens him, the driftwood is a gossip, and Mom deflates his new hobby. Rock texts!
— Peeing inside the litter box is not just good manners, it's literally a matter of life and death.
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