In many places, especially in small towns, it is common for people to greet everyone they come across, even those they don't know. For one woman in Italy, this included saying hello to a cat in the street. But much to her surprise—and that of the world—the kitty replied, “buongiorno,” to her. Or so it seems.
With so many dogs and cats in need of a loving home, photographers Kelly Pratt and Ian Kreidich do their...
When we think of fearsome wild cats, tigers, lions, and leopards are usually the first species that come to mind.
Cats can be ruthless when they feel like it. Those who have ever been around one know they rarely follow orders, can be daring, and even throw punches when they are annoyed. That's why, in another universe, it wouldn't be completely out of character to see them ruling the streets.
Cats can be curious and restless. That's why indoor playgrounds like cat trees are so important for keeping kitties entertained.
Many cat owners are used to their pets communicating through meows and purrs.
Cats are curious by nature. However, there's so much indoor felines get to explore before the novelty is over. Aware of the benefits there are to fostering a kitty's sense of adventure, a design team came up with a clever concept. La Jato del Gato, a Peru-based company, created a stylish collection named MOCATS—modular cat furniture that can be arranged and rearranged in a myriad of ways for your cat to explore.
Cats can be cute, funny, and curious. They can also be mean, surly, and entirely unimpressed.
There's nothing like the bond between mother and her child.
Aided by his camera, self-described “catographer” Nils Jacobi has made a career out of capturing the playful side of cats. We've been marveled by his work before, as it masterfully brings out the true side of these seemingly unfazed pets. Recently, he started working on a different project—one that sweetly documents the first months of life of a kitten.
The World’s Oldest Cat Door Has Been Letting Working Cats Enter the Cathedral Since the 14th Century
In medieval days, cathedrals would have been overrun with mice and rats without a feline prowling the premises.
Cats have a reputation for being aloof and even a little naughty, but one particular feline in the UK is...