Cats

Home: Some pets never have one to call their own. We’d like to help change that by introducing you to an adoptable pet every week. Today, in honor of Adopt a Shelter Cat month, meet Fannie, a one-eyed kitty who earned her name through an unfortunate set of circumstances. The 7-year-old cat, now in the
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This article originally appeared on RealSimple.com From a futuristic cat carrier to the comfiest dog bed ever, these products were made to pamper your pet. Mod Carrier U-pet This well-ventilated space-age backpack keeps a cat or small dog (up to 16 pounds) comfy and safe. You can swap out the acrylic window for a mesh-front
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Today is all about self love because it’s #NationalSelfieDay! It’s time to switch to your front-facing camera and try out all those Snapchat filters. If you are new to the selfie game, don’t worry. We have some of the furriest, most adorable and ‘like’-able gurus to help you out. When it comes to social media,
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Jeff is a people person. When the ginger cat sees a human, he has to hug them. Jeff’s special talent was discovered when he was moved to the ASPCA from a different New York City shelter. Soon after arriving, the 4-year-old tabby started reaching for anyone who opened his cage. Turns out these moves weren’t
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Home: Some pets never have one to call their own. We’d like to help change that by introducing you to an adoptable pet every week. Today, in honor of Adopt a Shelter Cat month, meet Spike, a feline who is having trouble finding forever because of his age. If you ask Spike, age ain’t nothing
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The staff at the Humane Rescue Alliance in Washington, D.C., can’t believe their eyes. In their midst is a 35-lb. cat named Symba, who is carrying around an unbelievable amount of extra weight (more than his animated namesake). Humane Rescue Alliance “HRA staff have seen a lot —but we’ve never seen a 35 pound cat!” says
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Maybe cats can read. North Carolina makeup artist Mary Irwin’s cat Babou recently went missing from her home. Like may pet owners who end up in this overwhelming and upsetting position, Irwin made “missing” signs to post around her neighborhood. The signs included a physical description of Babou and a rather honest overview of the
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Pancho the cat is one of many who are now without a home due to the devastating Grenfell Tower fire in West London. Thankfully, the feline escaped the fatal inferno with his life. According to The Telegraph, Pancho was saved from the blaze and brought to nearby St. Clement’s Church to join other displaced victims.
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Pet owners will do just about anything to keep their fur babies happy.  Turns out, that can be a turn off to singles out there who aren’t pet parents. Woodstream recently surveyed 1,000 people about their pet peeves when it comes to pets and dating, and there are some clear furry deal breakers out there.
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You’ve talked to the sitter about walks, but what about pet emergencies? By: Acid Pix Summertime is just around the corner — and so is vacation madness. Panicky phone calls from pet sitters abound during high vacation periods. I urge both the pet’s humans and sitters to anticipate emergency situations and establish plans of action
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Turns out there are such things as cat burglars and cat burglar catchers. Binky is a brave feline from Indianapolis, who recently caught a thief, according to KOAA. A man tried to break into Cynthia Kootz’s home by repeatedly banging on the door. When Kootz awoke and told the intruder to leave, he ignored her
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After his beloved 20-year-old travel companion, a deaf and blind cat named Lily, ran off and got lost during a trip to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, this past February, Raymond McNamara posted fliers and searched desperately for the feline for more than three weeks, until finally accepting that she had likely died and he would never
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Cats and carpeting don’t always get along. By: Jacob Haas Years ago, one of my mom’s friends put woven-grass wallpaper in her dining room. It gave the room a wonderfully open and natural look. That’s what her 3 cats thought, too. You could just see they were thinking, “Nice textured stuff. Now we don’t have
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Sometimes you can surprise yourself. Dolly the cat thought she wouldn’t like sticking her face in a plastic cup, turns out she loves it! Dolly’s mom, public relations consultant Audrey Gelman, decided to see just how curious her new kitty is, and set up a plastic cup for her to walk into and documented the
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Vladmir Kitten has many backyards. The adventure cat has been on the road since 2016 with his owners Cees and Madison Hofman. In 2016, the couple graduated and decided to visit all 59 of the United States’ national parks in celebration of their achievements and the 100-year anniversary of the National Park Service. Vlad was
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Thinking about a career shift? Let us suggest a job at the Ferray Corporation, an Internet solutions company in Tokyo, Japan. While we can’t speak to the specifics of the work, we do know one detail about the office culture that should sway your decision: Ferray Corporation has nine office cats. These company felines are
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Some cats crave companionship, even if they’re feral. By: Beverly Goodwin A fluffy gray cat and a snowshoe Siamese take turns grooming and play-wrestling with each other. Later, the fluffy gray cat will check on another female’s kittens. A red tabby and a black cat curl up together because it’s a tad chilly. Each cat
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Serious side eye — it could be headed your way this Hug Your Cat Day. Let’s face it, some cats don’t like to be hugged but on this annual holiday, which is celebrated on June 4, many of them tolerate it for the sake of our Instagram feeds — and how thankful we are that
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