Seeing a couple cubs out and about is a positive sign.
Articles tagged "cats"
Two separate populations have been split into two distinct species.
This is bad news for mice and some human schizophrenics.
But oil drilling there is about to be vastly expanded.
Honoring OS X updates with cat gifs.
Vasectomies are a better option than neutering, study suggests.
The Iberian Lynx might be doomed even though reintroduction efforts have been successful.
Just look at the leaves, man.
Says one of the the most fear mongering studies you'll ever read.
If only 19th Century German psychiatrist Johann Christian Reil was still around to treat today's hyperactive youth.
How a cat became the buzz of the Tribeca Film Festival.
Recent polling shows Americans love their conspiracy theories. They also love cats. This was bound to happen.
How amazing is that cat?
Can we please end the charade? The Internet will thank you.
And here's the irrefutable evidence to show it.
This internet thing makes no sense.
The 15,590 year old leg bones of one of North America's most fearsome predators is a rare find.
"This is a .biz site, I remind you," Will Zweigart yelled last night over a pounding, over-modulated Kanye West track. "It's not .org! Tonight is about .biz!" Zweigart wasn't angry, but he seemed slightly -- _very_ slightly -- indignant. He was ta…
Sorry to burst your bubble, but that cute little fuzzy cat of yours, the one that you like to dress up in funny hats and dedicate Tumblrs to, is actually a hardcore killer. Housecats average 2.1 kills a week, according to research from the University…
"I got a couple of New Year's Eve photos that were way off the charts. They'd probably give PETA a heart attack," Will Zweigart recalls. "Literally just like, huge lines of coke and the cat's near them with bottles of champagne in the background
Teeming within your body alone are trillions of microorganisms—bacteria, fungi, viruses, protists—that make up 90 percent of all the cells in your body. You are more them, than you are you. In fact, there’s not really a you.
Telepresence, to say nothing of digital interaction, is already a part of the board room and the bedroom. It stands to reason it belongs in the cat room too. And now, of course, it does. Like many good ideas, the thought of playing with a cat usi…