She's a contender – or should we say cat-ender?
Meet Pixel, a Munchkin cat (yes, that's a thing!) who could be the world's smallest cat – and her owners are hoping Guinness World Records will soon declare it so.
Like a lot of grooms on their wedding day, Jackson Galaxy had some pre-nuptial jitters in the moments preceding his June 29th ceremony, held in a secluded canyon in Utah.
Only for Galaxy, host of the Animal Planet show My Cat From Hell, it was on account of raccoons.
It's Adopt-a-Shelter-Cat month, and in honor of the wonderful rescue cats out there, we're introducing you to felines-in-waiting all throughout June. Today, we'd like you to meet Homer, a talkative 8-year-old tabby currently being cared for by the Home at Last Rescue of Berkeley, California.
These are the eyes of a curious cat. Though he may be a bit shy at first, when he's given the chance to relax, Homer is easygoing and affectionate.
When he wants attention, Homer is happy to let you know. "He will purr to no end with a little encouragement," reads his Adopt a Pet bio. "He loves to have his head, ears and belly rubbed and will quickly melt into a belly flop to have his soft underside pet."
We all love those videos of soldiers being welcomed home by their loving dogs, but this one of a cat doing the same thing takes it up a notch.
It's Adopt-a-Shelter-Cat month, and in honor of the wonderful rescue cats out there, we're introducing you to felines-in-waiting all throughout June. Today, we'd like you to meet Elaine, a 7-year-old who arrived at the SPCA of Anne Arundel County, Maryland, two months ago.
Sadly, when Elaine's parents divorced recently, it changed everything for her. The domestic shorthair, described as a "snuggler," was given up to the shelter and is hoping to make a connection with a new owner soon.
This kitty definitely knows how to charm people. "Elaine is a love bug and sweetheart, rolled into one," says administrative coordinator Kristen Rygg. "She loves everyone, gets along with dogs and other cats, and has lived with children."
Me-WOW, Mariska Hargitay.
It appears that Taylor Swift has welcomed a new cat, and named her fab feline addition after Hargitay's most famous character: Law & Order: Special Victims Unit's detective Olivia Benson.
On Wednesday, Swift shared an Instagram of a fluffy white kitten sitting sweetly in her lap with the simple caption, "Meet Olivia Benson." No confirmation on whether or not the cutie is actually her kitty, though the rest of the Twitterverse seems to think so.
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In theory, it certainly seemed like a match made in heaven – the world's leading cat behaviorist and the world's craziest cat.
In reality, however, things turned out differently for Jackson Galaxy, host of the Animal Planet show My Cat From Hell, and a 22-lb. feline named Lux, who made headlines around the planet in March when he allegedly flipped out on his owners, forcing them to call 911 for help.
"In the 20 years I've been doing this, I've never met a cat like Lux," Galaxy tells PEOPLE of his time spent trying to help the troubled feline, which viewers can see in an episode airing on Saturday, June 14. "I can say without hesitation that Lux is the most complicated character I think I've ever dealt with."
It's Adopt-a-Shelter-Cat month, and in honor of the wonderful rescue cats out there, we're introducing you to felines-in-waiting all throughout June. Today, we'd like you to meet Everdeen, a 2-year-old cat living at the Yellowstone Valley Animal Shelter in Billings, Montana.
Everdeen is gorgeous – and she knows it! Therefore, she's happy to have you brush her to keep her looking pretty. The kitty isn't an over-the-top diva, though – she "prefers to take the Zen approach to life," says activities coordinator Melissa Anderson. "She will take a interest in anything you're doing but is perfectly happy hanging out and supervising the activities of the household."
In May, a cat was busted for delivering a bag of marijuana to its owner's doorstep.
This is where those kinds of kitties do hard time.
Behold, Orange Is the New Black for the feline set – and man, is it ruff behind bars (watch the parody video, Tabby Is the New Cat, above). Dogs aren't even dumb enough to come during visiting hours.
Meet Piper Catman. She's in the clink (a.k.a. living life as an indoor cat) for money smuggling and is serving a sentence of nine lives (Re: she's never getting meow-t). Just like the ladies in Litchfield on the Netflix hit – which returned for a second season earlier this month – these kitty convicts are whack-a-doodles (but with whiskers). We're looking at you, Red the ginger kitty, who wields a cleaver like no cat we've ever seen.
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