Home. Some pets never have one to call their own. We'd like to help change that by introducing you to an extraordinary adoptable pet every week. Today, meet Elvis, an adorable orange tabby who is currently being cared for by Homes for Orphaned Pets Exist (HOPE) in Wilton, New York.
One-year-old Elvis had a rough start in life. He came to HOPE at just 4-months-old after he was abandoned by his first owner. The heartless owner left only a big bag of dry food for the cat for weeks at a time and in turn Elvis had to fend for himself in desperate conditions.
After a healthy sprint on $10,000 AstroTurf and relaxing massage in the zen room, privileged pets in south Florida chow down on chef prepared dinners of organic filet mignon with green beans, free range chicken with brown rice, or fresh fish with sweet potatoes.
Such meals and other food requests are delivered to their cage-free luxury suites illuminated with crystal chandeliers. They can dine on individual queen-sized dog beds with bamboo mattresses and high thread count sheets while watching 101 Dalmatians on HD flat-screen TVs.
Jack McBrayer, who played Kenneth on the NBC sitcom, is teaming up with everyone's favorite feline, Lil Bub, to host a talk show at this year's CatCon – billed as the Comic Con for cat people.
Lil Bub's Big Show Live is set to be the makeshift cat equivalent to a late night talk show, although we're guessing McBrayer will be doing most of the talking for his perma-kitten guest star.
There aren't many things on this planet we value more than a really, really good burrito.
Here's the story of a cat named Henry, who is bringing up six very lovely kittens.
Jan, Marcia, Cindy, Greg, Peter and Bobby have been adopted by an 8-month-old male cat in the southeast Alaska community of Ketchikan, the Associated Press reports.
Have paws, will travel.
Two cats joined their owner on a cross-continental trip through Europe to help promote their biker's new collection of kitty products.
In the video, kitty ambassadors Mushi and Cheesy join the creator of Poopy Cat, a line of cardboard toys and litter boxes, on a cycling trip from Amsterdam to London.
Who could do this? That's what people in Minnesota and beyond are wondering right now.
A reward is being offered for information leading to finding the person who tossed a tortoiseshell cat from a moving car on May 2 in Roseville, Minnesota.
According to KARE 11 news, the cat suffered broken teeth, three fractures to her hind leg, and lost skin on her paws and tail, which required amputations.
Can you speak up? I can't hear you – the cat is purring.
This is a common predicament for Tracy Westwood, the owner of Merlin the cat, who has just been awarded the title of World's Loudest Purr, reports Guinness World Records.
A cat that went missing from Darwin, Australia, was discovered seven weeks later in a shipping container on the other side of the country in Brisbane, reports 9 News.
Rebecca Schilling found out about her cat's travels after she received a call from her former neighbor Jason King. Schilling had sent some of the belongings King left behind to his new home in Brisbane, and somehow Pippa the cat snuck into the box.