• One-Eyed Stray Kitten

    One-Eyed Stray Kitten
    Sir Stuffington, a one-eyed kitten, about six weeks old, was found by Oregon's Multnomah County Animal Services on Sept. 13, homeless and roaming Portland's streets with two other kittens, believed to be his brothers. He has become an internet sensation after finding a new home.
  • Meet the 'Poodle Cat' in Sheep's Clothing

    Meet the 'Poodle Cat' in Sheep's Clothing
    A judge examines a Selkirk Rex cat at a World Cat Exhibition in Dortmund April, 21, 2013. The Selkirk Rex has been declared as a breed of its own by scientists, nine generations after it first appeared.
    Ina Fassbender/REUTERS
  • Sourpuss Zoo Cat

    Sourpuss Zoo Cat
    A fierce-looking Pallas's cat has become a favorite with visitors to the Zurich Zoo, making humanlike expressions that appear to range from angry to irritable.
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  • Biscuit: Starts Diet at 37 pounds

    Biscuit: Starts Diet at 37 pounds
    Biscuit, a 37-pound cat, looks at his cage in the shelter in St. Charles, Mo., in this Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2013 image made from video provided by the St. Charles Animal Control shelter. At more than two-and-a-half times the size of a normal cat, the shelter says the the morbidly obese feline has been put on a diet, but he needs an owner who will closely monitor what he eats.
    St. Charles Animal Control via St. Louis Post Dispatch/AP Photo
  • Cat Walks with Two Legs

    Cat Walks with Two Legs
    Caffrey, the black persian cat, has two legs -- both on the same side of its body after it was hit by a car according to the Daily Mail.
    Casey Gutteridge / SWNS.com
  • 'Skinny' the 41-Pound Cat Up for Adoption

    'Skinny' the 41-Pound Cat Up for Adoption
    Robin Henderson with her Maine Coon cat Stewie outside her home in Reno, Nev. Stewie, the longest domestic cat in the world, died on Feb. 4, 2013 of cancer. Guinness World Records declared Stewie the record-holder in August 2010, measuring 48.5 inches from the tip of his nose to the tip of his tail.
    Andy Barron/Reno Gazette-Journal/AP Photo
  • 'Skinny' the 41-Pound Cat Up for Adoption

    'Skinny' the 41-Pound Cat Up for Adoption
    Holly the 13-year-old cat is not afraid to jump in the water as she tries to shed the nearly eight pounds from her 18-pound frame that experts have advised her owners she needs to lose.
    ABC News
  • "Skinny" the Fat Cat

    "Skinny" the Fat Cat
    A 41-pound fat cat named Skinny is seen at the Richardson, Texas, Animal Services shelter on Friday, Sept. 21, 2012. A shelter spokeswoman says the 5-year-old orange tabby was dropped off at the facility last week, seems healthy except she is too heavy and likely has diabetes, and needs a home.
    Kim Chapin/AP Photo
  • Bub, the Dwarf Kitten

    Bub, the Dwarf Kitten
    Bub the cat was born with several genetic mutations that has made her an internet viral hit. According to Bub's facebook <a href="https://www.facebook.com/iambublog" rel="external">page,</a> the perma-kitten "will stay kitten sized and maintain kitten-like features her entire life." Bub has been featured in several Youtube videos and has her own twitter account.
  • 'Skinny' the 41-Pound Cat Up for Adoption

    'Skinny' the 41-Pound Cat Up for Adoption
    The cat, Henri, le Chat Noir, in a scene from the video, "Henri 2, Paw de Deux," by William Braden. The cat video won the Golden Kitty Award at the Walker Art Center's Internet Cat Video Festival, Aug. 30, 2012, in Minneapolis. (AP Photo/William Braden)
    William Braden/AP Photo
  • Rupert the Monster Moggy from Melbourne, Australia

    Rupert the Monster Moggy from Melbourne, Australia
    Is Rupert the cat the world's biggest kitty? Already weighing in at about 20 pounds, the giant breed Maine coon cat is three times bigger than the average cat. Rupert has also been named cat-of-the-year three times in Australia according to the <a href="http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2157167/fat-cat-Rupert-weighs-20lb--set-growing.html" target="external">Daily Mail.</a>
    Chris Scott/Newspix/Rex USA
  • Fancy Feline Has Own iPad

    Fancy Feline Has Own iPad
    Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld's cat Choupette is one fancy feline. The Siamese owns an iPad and is cared for by two personal maids who provide him with round the clock care.
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  • Cat Weighs Nearly 40 Pounds

    Cat Weighs Nearly 40 Pounds
    Weighing nearly 40 pounds, Garfield was brought to North Shore Animal League America in Port Washington, NY, after his owner died. Despite his abnormally large size, he appears to be healthy. He is happy, well-adjusted and just loves belly rubs and is up for adoption.
    North Shore Animal League America
  • Meow the 40-POUND Cat

    Meow the 40-POUND Cat
    Santa Fe Animal Shelter veterinarian Dr. Jennifer Steketee holds Meow, a 2-year-old tabby at the shelter in Santa Fe, N.M. Meow, arrived at the shelter weighing in at over 39 pounds, after his elderly owner could no longer care for the feline. Meow died of heart failure after his story went viral.
    Santa Fe Animal Shelter, Ben Swan/AP Photo
  • Jedi Kittens

    Jedi Kittens
    The Jedi Kittens are striking back with with an action packed adventure. Who can resist the X-Wing and Tie Fighting kittens! The videos, shot by a Los Angeles man named Zach King, are taking the internet by storm.
  • Cat Goes Wild for iPad Game

     Cat Goes Wild for iPad Game
    The staff at a British animal shelter say no one will adopt a six-week-old kitten because of a black mark under its nose resembling Adolf Hitler's mustache. The kitten, who was found severely malnourished by a roadside has been nicknamed "Kitler." Spokeswoman Tara Dundon from Wood Green animal shelter said: "Kitler is an adorable little girl who will make a wonderful addition to the right family. She is really playful and a typical sweet kitten."
    Courtesy Wood Geen
  • 'Skinny' the 41-Pound Cat Up for Adoption

    'Skinny' the 41-Pound Cat Up for Adoption
    Maru, shown here, is a one-trick cat. But her penchant for diving face-first through open-ended cardboard boxes has made her a YouTube hit. Since October 2008, her most popular video has attracted more than 4.8 million hits.
    AP Photo
  • Cee Lo's Cat Becomes Star of 'The Voice'

    Cee Lo's Cat Becomes Star of 'The Voice'
    Fred the cat, 12, relaxes on his favorite couch in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania in this May 27, 2011 photo. This white feline weighs 19 pounds and is actually as soft as a bunny and is afraid of the dark. He loves lumbering around, hanging with his sister Charlie, and sliding on the hard wood floors.
    Courtesy of Pat Hagler
  • Brushing Your Teeth, Cat on Head

    Brushing Your Teeth, Cat on Head
    A Utah cat, Andrea, is up for adoption at Community Animal Welfare Society, after surviving two euthanizing attempts, according to WPTV.com. She was turned over to the Community Animal Welfare Society,(CAWS), which hopes that Andrea will become their "mascot" against the use of gas chambers.
  • Cat head

    Cat head
    This young woman was trying to brush her teeth when she had an uninvited visitor: her cat. She soldiered on. She posted <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ExZ0i04pSeY" target="external">video on YouTube</a>, which has been viewed more than a million times.
  • Cat Crazy: Fat Cat Goes On Crash Diet

    Cat Crazy: Fat Cat Goes On Crash Diet
    Oscar the cat has an uncanny ability to predict when people are about to die. The nursing home cat, seen here at the Steere House Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Providence, Rhode Island, is the subject of a new book called "Making Rounds With Oscar: The Extraordinary Gift of an Ordinary Cat." Dr. David Dosa, the book's author, says that Oscar has correctly predicted 50 deaths in a five year period. Oscar previously made it into the New England Journal of Medicine after the <a href="/video/playerIndex?id=3419556" target="external">cat curled up next to 25 patients right before they died</a>. The hospital even gave him a plaque for providing compassionate hospice care.
    Stew Milne/AP Photo
  • Peculiar Cats

    Peculiar Cats
    At 22 pounds, stocky Socrates is more than double the size of a regular cat. But after his vet said the cat was too fat to move, he was put on the strictest of diets, reported the U.K.'s Daily Mail. As one of nine finalists in Pet Fit Club, the U.K.'s People's Dispensary for Sick Animals' annual diet competition, he has 100 days to reach his target weight of 9.9 pounds. No more onion crisps, no more cheese. And he only gets to eat half the amount of food he's been used to. "Because he's long-haired, I hadn't noticed how big his belly was getting," his owner Bill Duncan told the Daily Mail. "When I feed him now, he scoffs it down and looks at me as if to say, 'Where's the rest of it?'"
    Courtesy People's Dispensary for Sick Animals
  • Peculiar Cats

    Peculiar Cats
    It's easy to see why this kitty has been dubbed Princess Chunk. At 44 pounds, she's about four times the weight of a healthy cat. According to the New York Post, the fleshy feline's condition could be a combination of bad genetics and way too much (you guessed it) food.
  • Peculiar Cats

    Peculiar Cats
    Do cats really land on their feet? This one does. Lucky fell 26 stories and survived. In early May, Keri Hostetler was readying her lower Manhattan apartment for guests who were coming to visit. She cracked the window of her home office a few inches just to air the place out. When she left the room to do laundry, her 3-year-old cat Lucky wandered into the room and out the window. But the aptly-named feline survived the 26-floor free fall with only minor injuries.
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    In this photo, Buffy the cat is shown barbequing chicken. The Web site buffythecat.com features photographs of Buffy participating in human activities.
    Courtesy Paul Smulson