Long may Bella keep the grounds free of rodents.
Kristen Lindsey, the Brenham veterinarian who bragged about killing a cat with a bow and arrow on Facebook, is persona non grata on social media now.
Austinite Rebecca Gray has big plans to open the first cafe in the state where humans and felines can peacefully coexist.
How one feline (and then a couple more, and then another) conquered both our hearts and our mice.
This isn't actually funny.
The massive fire that took down a Montrose apartment building didn't claim this cat.
After more than a dozen amendments toughening regulations on short-term lenders were added to Sen. John Carona's payday lending bill, he referred to his legislation as an "ugly baby" before it passed out of the Senate. But can it make it out of the House?
Audrey Deen Miller was arrested earlier this week in Spring for shooting her husband, who apparently had bad intentions towards one her felines.
Feral cats are not typically considered productive members of the economy, but several "feline employment agencies" in Texas are out to change that.
Meet the ocelot, not as pet, not as fur coat, but in its best role—an elusive remnant of Texas’ wild past.
How the Dallas SPCA got itself indicted for cruelty to animals, and other shaggy dog stories.