Cats



Would you want to take this moggy home?   Perhaps not, but there’s a heated custody battle in Florida over who gets to take home Zombie Cat (famous for crawling out of…










Continuing the media assault on cats, the Wall Street Journal says that canines outsmart felines: With half as many neurons in their cerebral cortex as cats—and half the attitude, some would say—dogs…


Hide your cats, feline fanciers, there’s a backlash against the mass killings by the furry creatures. Hannah Waters makes the case at Scientific American: Every few months, the fact that domestic cats…




Yeah, it’s a commercial for Litter Genie, but give the bastards props for a clever concept (and a clever product, not that I’ve been able to afford one). If only someone would put this much effort toward legalizing…um…People Nip. FAR MEOWT.


William S. Burroughs loved his cats. The outlaw author known for his unabashed avant-sexual space operas and hyper-spatial exploratory prose wasn’t one to apologize for his utter disgust over a society he…




I can’t see how cats would be happy about this development … Writes Deborah Netburn in the LA Times:

We’ve seen a lot of strange things on the Internet, but this dead cat turned into a remote-control flying helicopter may be the strangest yet. The cat helicopter was conceived by Dutch artist Bart Jansen, and debuted for the public at the KunstRai ArtFair in Amsterdam that ended Sunday. Jansen calls his creation the Orvillecopter and describes it as “half-cat, half-machine.” The Orvillecopter is exactly what it looks like: A taxidermied cat with a plastic propeller attached to each paw. No animals were harmed for this project. The cat, who was conveniently named Orville, belonged to Jansen and died after he was hit by a car.



Is a microscopic, mind-altering parasite spread by cats responsible for car accidents, hoarding behaviors, and schizophrenia? Respected scientists are now saying that “crazy cat lady” disease is real and millions of people…