Don't worry – a giant cat isn't going all Godzilla on the world as we know it.
These photos – taken by mother-and-son team Barbara Attwell, an artist, and her Cade Ritter, a student – have gone viral for all the right reasons.
The kitty culprit in the snaps appears to be destroying somebody's fully furnished house, but, thanks to our diligent detective work, we've cracked this case: that's a dollhouse, and that's a kitten. So, take if from us, you're totally safe.
The Web's threshold for angry-looking cats continues to grow, with the arrival of Pompous Albert.
They say all dogs go to heaven – but they have to get past Louis first.
The ginger cat has been accused of three savage dog attacks around Wells Cathedral, near his home in Somerset, England, reports The Telegraph.
This comes as a surprise to many locals, who know Louis as the beloved kitty resident of the Gothic-style church. The feline, who spends his evenings hunting mice in the cathedral's holy halls, even has his own book, Louis the Cathedral Cat, and merchandise at Wells. When the kitty isn't hunting trespassing rodents, he can usually be found snoozing in a basket at the building's gift shop.
Kevin is a man of means, by no means, king of the road – or at least, that is how his owner Cheryl Walls is deciding to look at it.
Over two years ago, the ginger kitty went missing from the backyard of his home in Anderson, South Carolina, reports CBS News. After months of fruitless searching, Walls accepted she would never be reunited with Kevin.
Don't worry – as always, Taylor Swift is in on the joke.
Here's the part of Dr. Dolittle they didn't show you.
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Zombie cat has been one-upped. Amigo the kitty not only returned from the dead, he came back to life after being cremated ... or at least that's what his owners thought at first.
According to Metro, John and Margaret Ross's cat named Amigo recently went missing from the couple's home in Hackney, England. Shortly after the pet's disappearance, a cat was run over and killed in the neighborhood. The Rosses were heartbroken to discover the deceased feline looked just like their sweet Amigo.
Atchoum the cat now has tens of thousands of Instagram followers, and his owner, Nathalie Côté, had a feeling he'd be an Internet sensation.
Atchoum's rise to fame began with a dare from Côté's kids to post a photo of the unusually hairy Persian kitty on Facebook. The kids thought that no more than 100 people would like the snap, but mom knew he would make a splash.
"Atchoum was so cute!" Côté tells PEOPLE. She received the feline as a gift last July from a coworker at the Quebec veterinary hospital where she works as a groomer. "Differences are beautiful in living things."
Atchoum, who was born with hypertrichosis (a rare condition that causes excess hair), is otherwise healthy, says Côté – but he requires a lot of care, including regular brushing to prevent matting of his hirsute coat.