Oskar the cat has more Christmas spirit than the holidays can handle.
By our calculations, Stormy the cat has exactly eight lives left.
Sometimes cats have to take matters into their own paws.
This kitty has hatched a wicked plan to get some extra treats and more peace and quiet around the house by hypnotizing the dog.
"You're going to give ME all of your biscuits, and all of your food," whispers this crafty feline into a sleeping dog's ear as she massages his head.
"You no longer need tennis balls in your life," kitty continues. "You're not going to want to chase them, you're not going to want to fetch them."
Phil the kitten can literally see the bright future ahead of him thanks to Dr. Martin Coster of Angell Animal Medical Center in Boston.
The adorable cat was found living on the streets without any front eyelids, reports Boston.com. His condition is known Agenesis. Agenesis makes it impossible for felines to blink. Without treatment it eventually cause the animal's eyes to dry out, leading to permanent blindness.
Cats and dogs can get along, at least when there is food involved.
It's going down, they're yelling timber!
Christmas isn't here yet, but these cats are ready to take down your tree.
As you can see in this essential video compilation, they'll use any means necessary to break down those branches, rip off the lights, and blast those Christmas balls like a slugger up at bat (Thwap!).
It's not that cats are bah humbug about the holidays – quite the contrary, actually.
Perhaps you're in luck if you're on Grumpy Cat's Nice List this year. (Side note: That would likely be nobody.)
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 Logan, a 6- to 8-month-old male smooth collie/border collie mix from the Florida Little Dog Rescue in St. Cloud, Florida.
Logan and his littermates have been through a lot in their short lives. He and his three siblings were found in the woods by a Good Samaritan this Fall, huddled near their deceased mom. If that scenario wasn't sad enough, add to it that the pups were doused in gasoline. Vagrants chased the rescuer out of the woods as she carried the dogs to safety.
Cat videos have taken over the Internet, and now they're working to win the fight against cancer – thanks to a new charity.
Cats vs. Cancer is a non-profit website dedicated to fighting cancer through the magic of cat videos, reports The Daily Dot. Yeah, you heard that right.
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