— The project features writers telling tales through the eyes of the cats they adopted.
— Richard Christianson didn't wait for authorities to help before taking on the rescue himself.
— The handmade toys capture individual looks such as birthmarks, scars, and even a grumpy face.
— "I've always adopted rescued pets. I'm adopted myself, so adoption is near and dear to my heart."
— Miwako Tezuka talks about the introduction of felines into Japanese society, cats catching giant squids, and ancient Japanese cat horror stories.
— He talks about contests, celebrity status, black-cat adoption, cat cancer, and advocacy.
— The author and musician talks about his cats, Smaug and Hobbit, and how they'd star in their own Gothic fiction story.
— We chat with the Internet's new rising star, who likes dressing up to help with her hyperesthesia.
— It offers overnight accommodations as well as animal-centric programs including adoption.
— "Sometimes Miles smells good. Like a fancy party," says Brody, who scoops a mean litter box.
— Atchoum looks like a mad scientist on bad hair day, and the Internet has fallen in love with him.
— The product, funded via Kickstarter, is said to adapt to the habits of every individual cat.
— The former pro-football quarterback and first-ever Kitten Bowl commissioner talks about the big game as well as his love for cats and dogs.
— The game features celebrity cats such as Henri Le Chat Noir, along with special-needs cat Sheldon.
— Feline groovy: Hanging out with Emilie Legrand and the cats up for adoption in Meow Parlour.
— Tom Fonder's web comic depicts a business-savvy feline living in the corporate world.
— How a romantic trip to Buenos Aires changed the lives of a cat loving couple, inspiring them to raise their voices and help our feline friends.
— Read our interview with the artist and then enter to win a portrait of your own cat.
— How do you create a stylish home that's built around your cat's needs? I interview Kate Benjamin, who wrote "Catification" with Jackson Galaxy; we're giving away two copies.
— She and co-author Carolyn Newman follow up on the success of "Hot Guys and Baby Animals."
— Slayer's road crew recently rescued a homeless kitty (aww!), so we asked a headbanger's cat what it's like to live among a heavy metal band.
— After a year of hype, only two exist in the country, and they're both in Montreal; it seems a lack of cat-loving landlords is behind the delay.
— We got to interview Grumpy Cat at the annual adoption drive and fundraiser in San Francisco.
— I chat with a few founders of Seattle Meowtropolitan, an ideal blend in a city that's driven by coffee and filled with cat lovers.
— Le Chat Noir analyzes street felines in "Parisian Cats," Karl Lagerfeld's volume on Choupette, and "Cat Lady Chic" translated into French.
— Ben tells me what he loves about cats -- he also says Grumpy Cat's time in the spotlight is over!
— The founder of Two Hearts Pet Loss Center wants there to be no regrets in facing the loss of a pet.
— The Connecticut exhibit showcases homeless cats; we chat with one about ... whatever he wants.
— "Our mission is to get cats out of the Oakland shelter," says co-proprietor Ann Dunn.
— Shevick believes his eco-friendly process will change our conception of after-death pet care.
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