10:43 PM EDT 07/02/2015
Originally posted 07/02/2015 02:40PM
During a routine search for treacherous four-ounce containers and prohibited snow globes on Wednesday, a Transportation Security Administration agent at the Los Angeles International Airport spotted something unusual on the x-ray screen: A cat.
Originally posted 07/02/2015 02:30PM
Pickup truck engines aren't cozy.
Originally posted 07/02/2015 01:50PM
Originally posted 07/01/2015 02:35PM
That's Koda's jam. The adorable ginger kitten in this video has found a way to become even cuter by befriending a loyal golden retriever named Keelo.
Originally posted 06/30/2015 02:35PM
There's nothing more embarrassing than when you are in line at the grocery store, and your mom starts licking behind your ears.
Originally posted 06/30/2015 02:40AM
[YOUTUBE "ncNwe13rguE"] Who knew that putting a flower on a cat's head makes the animal just turn off?
Originally posted 06/29/2015 11:35AM
Hungry for a meal but with no mother to feed them, these three baby birds chirp at the sky with their mouths wide open, yearning for a mother-figure (bird, cat, whatever) to regurgitate lunch into their mouths.
Originally posted 06/26/2015 02:40PM
Tama the cat, who helped to save a failing Japanese train station, has died of acute heart failure at the age of 16, reports NPR.
The calico kitty was an honorary stationmaster at the Kishi train station near Wakayama City. Tama was given the role in 2007 after she started hanging around the stop. Workers dressed the feline in a tailor-made collar and stationmaster hat and even gave the cat her own office – a converted ticket booth.
Originally posted 06/26/2015 11:15AM
They may work with canines, but don't be fooled: the New York Police Department is full of cat lovers.
Less than a week after Officer John Passarella saved a kitten in Brooklyn, Officer Sean Ryan went out of his way to rescue a baby cat in Queens, reports ABC News.
Originally posted 06/25/2015 11:50AM
The Brenham, Texas, veterinarian who posted a Facebook photo in April of herself holding her "first bow kill" – a dead cat with an arrow through its head – will not be charged in conjunction with the death of the animal.
On Wednesday, the Austin County District Attorney's office ruled there was not enough evidence to charge Dr. Kristen Lindsey, reports the Houston Chronicle. Lindsey's boastful Facebook post was the only connection between the vet and the crime, and the Austin County Sheriff Office said it was unable to verify when the picture was taken – especially after Lindsey, 31, deleted the post.
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