Hello, Kitty: New York’s Cat Café Opens

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New York City now has its first permanent cat café. Meow Parlour, located on Hester Street on the Lower East Side, opened this afternoon with eight cats for the cuddling, a handful of superfans, and a flurry of iPhone camera activity outside. The spot is already a hit, but don’t look for lines around the block: You can only visit Meow Parlour by appointment and the next 60 days are booked solid.



Video: Cat And Bird Play Together

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Looks like the kitty had a long night and just wants to get some rest… But someone wants to play! The bird is talking to the cat (in some alien language!) non stop and all the kitty wants to do is get some sleep! Make sure your speakers are turned on so you can hear the bird and please share with other kitty and doggie lovers! Everyone should see this!!


Popular Kitten Names: 2012’s Trendiest Cat Monikers

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Naming your new cat is a difficult and important decision — after all, he’ll have to live with that moniker for the rest of his life, and so will you. But naming a kitten can also be tons of fun! We culled our records and came up with the a current list of the 10 most popular cat names.


Puppy, Kitten Think They Are ‘Sisters’: Buttons The Jack Russell, Kitty The Cat Bond At Rescue Center

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Whoever said cats and dogs are sworn enemies have clearly never seen this adorable duo. Photo agency SWNS writes that “these heartwarming pictures show an abandoned puppy and a rescued kitten that are so close they think they are sisters.”


Hey, Kitty! Museum To Host First-Ever Cat Video Fest

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Nominations are open for the world’s first Cannes for cats. The al fresco Internet Cat Video Film Festival will unspool — in the space of an hour or so, given how short cat videos can be — on August 30 on the grounds of the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, Minn. “While enjoyed by a broad online audience of millions, cat videos are normally viewed alone. Until now,” wrote organizer and “self-proclaimed borderline cat lady” Katie Czarniecki Hill on the Walker’s blog pages.


Did This Kitty Really Swim Across the Hudson River?

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This is one mysterious — and lucky — kitty. The New York area media are buzzing this morning about this little calico cat that seems to have washed up on Governor’s Island. Or, perhaps, swam there from New Jersey, crossing the Hudson to do it.


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