Just when you thought Puppy Bowl couldn't get any cuter ...
For the show's 10th year, Animal Planet has booked some very familiar faces to make an appearance: YouTube stars Keyboard Cat and Lil Bub. The musically inclined cat will perform during the halftime show, reports EW, while Lil Bub will "check in throughout the game."
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 bring you George Bailey, a cat abandoned at the Helen Woodward Animal Center in Rancho Sante Fe, Calif., on Christmas Eve.
George's former owner didn't leave much explanation for why he had to let the black-haired feline go, just a heartbreaking note left alongside the cat.
"I cannot take care of him anymore," the anonymous letter read. "He is a great indoor/outdoor cat that loves people ... I didn't know what to do with him and I know you are a no-kill shelter. I'm sorry."
Ready to fall into a food coma and wake up to the sparkling lights of your Christmas tree? Before that happens, it's important to make sure your noble fir is fur-friendly.
Some felines find sitting in Christmas trees fascinating, other dogs want to toy around with ornaments – but are these decorations dangerous to their health?
Get fed. Sleep. Repeat. These words are etched inside the day planner of every cat that ever lived.
Including the ones who reside upstairs at Downton Tabby, the litter-box filled abode at the center of Chris Kelly's new book, which tells the story of England's first family of cats.
Like their human foils on the hit TV show Downton Abbey (which returns Jan. 5 on PBS), the felines in residence at the stately home of Earl and Catness of Grimalkin live in a magnificent house – but they aren't safe from scandal, car accidents or bouts of Spanish influenza.
In Downton Tabby, you're sucked in by the drama that surrounds the lives of Lady Minxy and Matthmew Clowder and the oh-so-fur-bidden love between Lady Serval and the family's chauf-fur.
Another day, another honor for Grumpy Cat – though we doubt it will manage to bring a smile to her face.
The fickle feline (real name: Tardar Sauce) topped Google's list of trending Internet-famous animals in 2013. She was followed by Lil Bub, Tuna the Dog and Grumpy's Christmas music video costar, Colonel Meow.
It's certainly been a great year to be a cat, with Lil Bub winning Best Feature Film at the Tribeca Film Festival and Grumpy Cat landing a movie deal.
The holidays are especially hard on cats. People are constantly trying to cover you in gift wrap and put a santa hat on your perfectly fluffy little head. It's not like you can drown your sorrows in eggnog lattes, either. You're just lucky if the humans remembered to buy you your own stocking this year, and even then, you're just going to get catnip, again.
Heed our warning: This video (watch above) is what happens when it all becomes a little too much to handle. When the jingle bells no longer rock. When just the scent of a peppermint candle ... we can't even.
These days, the holiday season is really about peppermint-flavored everything and cats. But mostly cats.
We have cats in Christmas trees. Cats in Santa hats hating Christmas. Cats in Santa hats loving ... you get the point.
But some festive felines in Red Hook, Brooklyn, are taking their holiday cheer to biblical proportions. That's right – they're turning a local residence's nativity scene into a cat-ivity scene.
While Christmas is a time to be with friends and family, enjoy good food and drinks – and, yes, receive presents – it's not quite so cheerful for your cat. Or so says a super squad of Internet famous felines in a new music video.
Grumpy Cat, Colonel Meow, Hamilton the Hipster Cat, Nala Cat and Oskar the Blind Cat come together to help spread an important message this holiday season: It's hard to be a cat at Christmas. The quintet mopes along while a festive song plays and explains why it's challenging for a family pet to be around so much merriness, including human gifts and good eats, without being included.
If you've checked Twitter recently, you've probably seen a lot of commotion about the American Music Awards. But among the chatter about Katy Perry's geisha costume and Justin Timberlake's many wins, there was an even more important event being live-Tweeted: the saga of #vendingmachinecat.
Late Sunday night, Twitter user June Murph posted a photo of a cat stuck in a vending machine at New Orleans's Tulane University.
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