It's snowing where we are right now and, luckily, we've found just the thing to combat the frigid temperatures and warm our hearts: Disney's Frozen – starring cats!
Can you think of actors more purr-fect for the roles of Princess Anna and Elsa? Sisterly cat-fights are like second nature to them.
Colonel Meow, the record holder for furriest cat in the world who amassed a faithful following of Internet fans – called minions – has died.
"Colonel Meow passed away yesterday evening. I will post more about the details when I've had a few days to grieve," read a message posted Thursday on the cat's Facebook page. "Thank you so much for your understanding, Minions. Your love and support has meant the world to us both."
The boys who break Taylor Swift's heart are not all that different from cats when you think about it.
Charming, handsome, furry (we're looking at you, Jake Gyllenhaal), cunning, indignant ... you get the point. So it's no surprise Swift, mom to a kitty named Meredith, loves both.
But it's her unabashed ability to turn said boys into hit songs that's sending her to Sunday's Grammy Awards, where the four-time nominee is hoping to add some more accolades to her name. Her album Red, in all its tear-stained, girl-power glory, is up for album of the year and best country album.
Until Sunday, we'll be listening to our favorite cat lady's Grammy contender. But instead of dissecting each lyric to figure out which famous ex she's singing about, we'll leave the interpretations, track by track, up to these felines.
Once upon a time, a walk in the park was anything but easy for Stockings the kitten, who was born with a deformity that resulted in his hind legs being turned inward and fixed into a "W" shape, like a pretzel.
The kitten, who was rescued from a suspected hoarding situation, was brought to Chicago's Tree House Humane Society last year, where veterinarians embarked on a challenging form of treatment involving multiple surgeries. "A traditional shelter would most likely have viewed Stockings as a lost cause and simply euthanized him," reads the shelter's site. "We, however, believe that Stockings truly deserves to have a chance at a long and happy life."
No car? No problem! Didga the cat was looking for a fun way to sightsee around Coolangatta, Australia, and he found just that in his trusty skateboard, nicknamed Ollie.
The pair, the stars of a Catmantoo production, enjoyed a warm, sunny day visiting a local shopping center, skating past a beach and even making friends (with a Rottweiler!) along the way.
Cats: They're sorry that people are so jealous of them, but they can't help it that they're so popular.
That's why it only makes sense that someone would do a reboot of the 2004 comedy Mean Girls with felines filling the major roles. (Watch the video above.)
In a purr-formance that could nab an A-Cat-Emy Award, a sweet ginger kitty does her best Lindsay Lohan as 16-year-old Cady Heron, a previously homeschooled teen who tries to fit in at a new high school after a move from Africa.
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, we'd like you to meet Perry, a cat recently found living in a Riverdale, N.J., sewer.
When Marcia Scott got a call from her friend about a sweet adult cat who'd taken up residence in a sewer, she just couldn't say no. The friend lured the feline out of the sewer, where he'd been hiding out as temperatures dipped into the single digits, and Scott made room for the "very friendly" pet at her Happy Cat Rescue, based in Albany, N.Y.
Bath time is never an easy time for parents – but not with Hoover the cat around.
This kitty isn't afraid to hop into 1-year-old Hazel's crib and lend a paw ... er, tongue. Just like Hoover would do to a kitten of his own, he lovingly cleans Hazel one lick at a time.
But before you watch, beware: The cuteness of this video could overload your computer or affect your ability to speak coherently at the office (For the record, we can't stop saying 'Aww!' and smiling).
It's time to come clean. Here at PEOPLE Pets, there's a certain animal kingdom stereotype we've sometimes helped promulgate: That cats are jerks.
But in light of new evidence, we've decided to amend our stance. Turns out, cats aren't the only ones who can sometimes make life at home for their owners a living nightmare. Dogs are just as guilty of it. And the ones we've brought to your attention below, they might even be doing it on purpose.
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