Dean-Charles Chapman on "1917" and remembering King Tommen's fallen feline friend.
Jill Hicks was trying to do a good deed when she plucked an animal she believed was a housecat from the side of a busy Tennessee road.
Grandpa Mason earned thousands of admirers through his affection for orphaned foster kittens.
Cookie's veterinarian says the feline "takes up most of the table" when he comes in for a visit.
Morris Animal Refuge hailed "the huge outpawing of interest" in BeeJay.
"He’s a chonk of a chonk. He redefines the term," wrote Morris Animal Refuge about the lovable BeeJay, who is looking for a home.
Nancy Segula was previously sentenced to 10 days in jail for illegally feeding cats in her Garfield Heights, Ohio, neighborhood.
The procedure, which involves amputating part of a cat's toes, will still be legal in cases where it's medically necessary for the cat.
Oklahoma City Animal Welfare is asking people to "storm the shelter," luring adopters with dogs clad in tinfoil hats.
Pakistani politico Shaukat Yousafzai may have come up with a novel way to spread his message even further than he intended.
The practice, which actually involves amputating part of a cat’s toes, is already illegal in much of Europe.
The "chief mouser" sat underneath the president's limo and reportedly refused to move during his state visit to the U.K.
The "My Cat From Hell" host also talked about how everyone can improve their relationship with their cats.
The celebrity cat's death has inspired cat owners to post pics using the hashtag #tweetagrumpyfaceforgrumpycat.
The famous feline, whose real name was Tardar Sauce, died following complications from a recent urinary tract infection.
The cat, Benjamin Button, seems right at home with the pop star.
"The Late Show" host bared his claws interpreting a study about whether household cats recognize their names.
Some good news for those worried about the fate of the WikiLeaks founder's pet.