Sign Language for Cats

Read the story of Kim Silva, a former teacher at the American School of the Deaf who taught her three furry felines at home Sign Language.

Take home a neon animal for a good cause!

If you’re already in the midst of planning your week’s programme, be sure to take note of Marni’s Animal House exhibition.

Fashion giant boycotts angora

As parent company of many fashion labels, Inditex has put a huge dent in the global demand for angora with their boycott. Read more here.

Cat-hartic Tunes

Music that calms kitty down and makes her go gaga in delight? Read on to find out more!

Shelter Dogs made good

Find out how former shelter dogs are now employed to aid conservation efforts

Extraordinary Dogs

As Ambrose Bierce puts it, a dog is “a kind of additional or subsidiary Diety designed to catch the overflow or surplus of the world's worship.” Dogs never fail to impress and endear with their intelligence, affection and myriad capabilities.

The Issue of Stray Cats

Feral cats, wild cats, stray cats -- we have many names for the mysterious felines we sometimes see peeking out from under our porch or darting into abandoned buildings. Yet most of them share a single destiny: short, difficult lives.

Missing cat left defenseless without her claws

I chanced upon a post about a missing female cat from Pipit Road last night. To make matters worse, her owner had declawed the feline. Not only lost in unfamiliar territories, she is incapable of defending herself!

Pet Detective: A Dog that Sniffs Out Colon Cancer

Your pet pooch already lowers your blood pressure and provides emotional support. What if it could also identify your early-stage colon cancer?

The Science of Women and Cats: The Bond is Real

The kittehs love us women back! A new study demolishes the stereotype of cats as cold, aloof animals that want only food from their owners. The study also reinforces the idea that a special bond exists between females and felines.