One woman died and a man lost all his limbs from a bacteria transmitted through the saliva of seemingly harmless dogs and cats. The infection is considered rare, but the two cases happened in the span of a single month.
Basically, cats domesticated themselves. Why is this not a surprise?
Feral cats have outnumbered people in some Japanese islands.
Cats apparently have three different moods. Learn how to recognize them.
Despite having the reputation of always thinking how to kill their humans, a new study from Oregon State University revealed that cats actually enjoy being with their owners.
There was little food and water left for them to consume. Most of the animals appear to be sick and malnourished, with injuries, mange and intestinal parasites.
Crazy cat owners rejoice! Despite their parasites, cats will not increase likelihood of psychosis.
The growing number of feral cats is considered as a huge problem in Australia that hurts the wildlife and causing the extinction of some species. The solution? Buying KFC through statutory authority Parks Victoria to lure the animals.
We all know getting research papers published can be a bit of a pickle. But what if you could use your cat to help you write your paper? Any one of us would choose this method, and it appears someone has made it work - in 1975.
Animal conservationists around the globe are lauding the efforts of Kyrgyzstan President Almazbek Atambayev to save the snow leopards dwelling in the mountainous regions of the former Soviet-controlled nation.
New research from Georgia Tech has revealed one interesting discovery on cats' tongue anatomy. This new discovery has led scientists to conceptualize "soft robotics" which can be used for gripping items.
Scientists find that the cat’s Velcro-like tongue is the answer to the effectiveness of their self-grooming
Watching the antics of cats may be a form of relieving stress for most people, but a group of researchers has taken this pastime one step further by becoming the first group to 3-D print a cat tongue mimic at 400 percent scale.
Don’t take it the wrong way, but your cat doesn’t get you and is maybe even a bit scared of you. You may love them unconditionally, but cats are natural solitary creatures with no understanding of social cues and human behavior