We used to believe that a healthy human could control the Toxoplasma parasite indefinitely. New evidence suggests the opposite. Through a delicate finessing of the neurotransmitters in our brains, it is us who are being controlled.
"They were people who have turned into cats because there's a virus that's turned people into soft household pets. They've all still got their urges—they all want to fuck still. It's my vision of the future."
The world wide web has given us things like instant messaging, tentacle porn, online banking, cyber stalking, and cats—all of which have been written about a lot. Weirdly though, there's one thing that has been grossly overlooked: German cat breeder websi…
Confused Cats Against Feminism, a parody of the Women Against Feminism Tumblr, may not be a repository for the absolute wittiest comedy the internet has to offer, but it is a repository for frustration.
You won't ever cure your cancer by eating cat poop, if that's what you were thinking. Dr. David J. Bzik, who has worked with toxoplasma for over a decade, is more interested in other aspects of his discovery.
Tickets to the touring circus might be more expensive than a regular circus tickets, but it's worth it because cats are the perfect mix of adorable and arrogant. The star cat, Tuna, mainly used his role as an opportunity to tell everyone "fuck you."
Like many single, hot-blooded, smart phone-enabled men, I am on Tinder. A strange trend has come to the surface, rising above the Friday night outfit, the bikini picture, the cleavage selfie, the business suit, the goofy face, the model pose, and the pict…
Amid the bombardments, famine, and extreme state of emergency during the Siege of Paris in 1870, Parisians demanded haute cuisine. That Christmas, one of the city's greatest chefs, Alexandre Étienne Choron, cooked an elaborate banquet meal of animals from…
Recently, I met with Lil Bub and Andrew W.K. in a hotel in midtown Manhattan. I was supposed to interview them about Lil Bub and Andrew's latest collaboration, a special on Animal Planet, but I couldn't stop staring at Lil Bub herself.
On a recent visit to Amsterdam, I had a short chat with Sandra, one of the volunteers who run the "world's only floating cat hospital" about what it's like keeping a bunch of lil furries on a small boat in the middle of a city.