Leonardo da Vinci may have been ahead of the curve in aerodynamics, anatomy and mechanics, but he also possessed an incredible foresight for another modern staple: cat obsessions.
Whether accidentally or deliberately introduced, certain species have now become the second most common threat associated with recent global extinctions of animals and plants.
You may have never heard of the sand cat—that’s because it’s extremely rare. Rotem is a sand cat that lives at the Ramat Gan Safari Park in Israel.
Two cats too lazy to actually fight end up looking like they’re playing a friendly game of patty-cake.
Scientists from James Cook University (JCU) in Australia have found a special way to identify individual black leopards. The rare black leopards are endangered, and can be found on the Malay Peninsula.
Most people must still remember the photos of the dog that became an Internet sensation years ago. Newman, an adorable sweater wearing pug, was tied up outside a café in San Francisco. A passing photographer captured Newman’s depressed, lonely look and shared the…
Just when you thought you’d seen everything, along comes… a skateboarding cat.
Domesticated animals often love to be rowdy—it’s in their animal nature.
Cats seem to defy physics. They operate on a complex set of principles which allow them to always land on their feet.
A sociable Siamese cat from Wellington, New Zealand has been cheating on his family, the Alexanders, for 10 years. The other family took him in and call him Cleo, and they love him too. Many people already think cats are…