Frank J. M. Verstraete knows everything there is to know about the teeth and jaws of cats. If anyone can figure this out, it's him.
Why is it that there are constant news stories about people who cage or cram hundreds of pets into their homes? Sometimes it's animal cruelty, but it could also be attributed to a specific mental illness.
Sam the Orangutan from Dunston Checks In? He's dead. And the Taco Bell chihuahua? Also dead.
Medical marijuana for animals could be a good idea, but it's not an excuse to get blazed with your pets.
I saw a paralyzed cat regain mobility and found out that some animals would rather shit on the water treadmill than work out.
Megg and Mogg need to stop waking up at 2 AM and only eating from 7-11.
Megg wants to leave the bar but Mogg is addicted to playing CSI pinball.
VICE travels to Kuwait to meet the big cat stars of Instagram and learn about the dangers of animal trafficking—for both the pets and their owners.
Tick Segerblom is a politician pushing for sane marijuana policy in his state, which is how he wound up fielding questions about SB 372. I called him up to talk politics and animal buds.
Every few months, the Glendale Convention Center plays host to a throng of felines and their passionate, passionate owners.
Maybe your cat needs some Xanax. Or acupuncture.
How did it take so long for this to exist?
We spoke to two British vets about the stuff they have to deal with on a day-to-day basis.
"The physiologist does not hear the animals' cries of pain. He is blind to the blood that flows. He sees nothing but his idea, and the secrets he is resolved to discover."
Also this week: A kid allegedly got suspended from school for threatening to use the ring from the Lord of the Rings to make another kid disappear.
The Lost Dogs Home, Melbourne's largest pound, has been criticised for high kill rates and alleged cash-grabbing practices for the better part of a decade.
The world might be going to shit but at least the cops are saving hedgehogs.
Environmental protection officials hired a dump truck to crush the cats, still in their cages, under its wheels before burying them near the Kieu Ky waste-treatment area.
One smuggler recently got busted in Hanoi for transporting three tons of illegal felines that were bound for restaurants.
The doctors said that in order to save my cat's life, they would have to give him a vagina.
Not even the latest earthquake, the country's least favourite phenomenon, can shake NZ's stride into 2015.
It was a different time back then—all you needed for a legitimate scientific study was a bunch of cats, a sheet of acid, and a can-do attitude.
I think pets bring out the best in people.
Heather Lighton's pictures of cute kids and hilarious pets from the world capital of kawaii.