Cat lover and photographer Zoran Milutinovic offers this advice for taking photos of cats: “Cats have different characters and traits; they all react differently to similar situations. But one thing they have in common is their natural curiosity. Use it — it’s one of the ways to make the cats go where you want and […]
Archives for December 2015
This photo was featured in “Animal Photos of 2015” published by telegraph.uk.com. The unidentified woman and her cat were competing in the Best Cat of Belarus feline show in Minsk, Poland.
Does your cat creep around the house?
Can’t get enough of funny cats?
When Gordy Yates needed to come up with a present for his sister, Meredith’s 28th birthday, he let his creativity run free.
Imagine this: It’s late at night, and in a freakish accident your cat gets his paw stuck in your washing machine.
Sometimes, rescuing a cat requires a bit of sacrifice.
Meet Ben, Jack and Hugo, the Tuxedo Trio from Boston. These trendy bachelors have their own Instagram account and are always properly dressed for a night on the town. (Screengrab: Instagram/Tuxedio Trio)
A kitten who was dyed purple and apparently used as a chew toy is recovering after being rescued by the Nine Lives Foundation. Smurf the kitten was in bad shape when he was transferred from the San Jose Animal Care and Control center in California to the Nine Lives shelter in Redwood City. On December […]
No cats are being frightened by fruits or vegetables. Very little happens as the ever-chill Shironeko and his crew react to a toy that makes a jingling noise.
Eleven-year-old Mojo and Max, 16, had been friends for most of their lives. But when they were dropped off at the Anne Arundel County Animal Control in Millersville, Maryland, their future was uncertain. Then things began to look up for one of the senior cats. “About a month ago, this lady adopted Mojo,” a posting […]
If someone had told Joe he had a tiger in his tank, he wouldn’t have believed them.
December 21 was a good day for the feral cats of Kings County. Construction began on a new project for the Nova Scotia SPCA Kings Branch.
Lynda Garibaldi, Director of Cats’ Cradle, wrote a special article for the Morganton, NC, News Herald about cats. In her insightful piece, she discusses that for many people, cats have no value due to their seemingly being everywhere. Her observations ring true.
Britain hasn’t seen a lynx loose in the wild for more than 1,000 years. That could change very soon. A group of conservationists and scientists plan to release six Eurasian lynx at selected sites within the United Kingdom in the hope that the cats can help restore over-grazed woodlands. The long-eared wildcat was wiped out […]
The most important thing to know is the cat is fine. That said, if only all of us could take on the New Year with the same spirit. Dive in!
This cat has a look only someone who gets bothered by the same person, spouse, co-worker, or any other individual in their life when it just simply isn’t a good time would understand.
“We got a kitten a week ago. She adopted our basset as her fur daddy.” This pretty much tells the story behind this adorable photograph posted on imgur.com by sarahthesnowgirl. Thanks Sarah! (Screengrab: sarathesnowgirl/Imgur)
A clever cat uses a protective cone to help him collect drinking water. This video was posted on YouTube by Redditor Error2k. “My cat had surgery and hates the cone but she found a good use for it,” the cat’s owner wrote on Reddit. Here are two of the many reactions to the YouTube video: […]
A cat named Miko that disappeared in 2008 was discovered alive and well and reunited with his amazed and delighted owners. Miko’s family, who live in Berlin, received the good news about their long-lost kitty on Christmas Day, according to a report in The Guardian. “A family from the Charlottenburg [neighbourhood] this year experienced a […]