cats

Science

Cats Are Actually Nice, Scientists Find

Sorry, haters.
Jordan Pearson
4.21.19
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Please Adopt Barsik, This 18-Kilo Monster Cat

Get a load of this unit.
Peter Slattery
4.9.19
cats

Cats Actually Understand When You Say Their Name, Study Finds

Your feline friend understands that it has a name, and it knows when you use it, new research has found.
Matthew Gault
4.4.19
sex scenes

Sex Scenes: In Honor of Carolee Schneemann and Making Out With Your Cat

"Infinity Kisses" captures a feline-human kiss that took place every morning.
Rachel Rabbit White
3.17.19
cats

Cat Ladies Explain Why Cats Are Better Than Men

"They don’t go down to the pub with their mates and get drunk. They eat less food and they're cleaner."
Mirjana Milovanovic
3.15.19
This Week in Science

This Is The Best Kind of Disguise To Conceal Your Identity

This week in science: using brain imaging to predict who will respond to antidepressants, how your personality rubs off on your cat, and a disguise that is surprisingly effective.
Shayla Love
2.26.19
The Nice Guide to Right Now

Extremely Metal Cat Survives Being Frozen Solid

EIGHT LIVES LEFT MOTHERFUCKERS.
Nicole Clark
2.7.19
Comics!

'Flowers Are Not Salad,' Today's Comic by Benji Nate

Olive attempts to teach her human-like cat the difference between plants you eat and plants you don't.
Benji Nate
12.14.18
Comics!

'How to Trick Your Cats,' Today's Comic by Seo Kim

Seo has to figure out how to distract her cats so she can eat canned soup in peace.
Seo Kim
11.27.18
Australiana

Shooting Cats: Inside Australia's Violent War On Feral Cats

Kangaroo Island resident Barry Green is leading farmers to take on the country's feral cat plague — one shot at a time.
VICE Video
11.26.18
Life Hack

Life Hack: Name Your Pet After a Plural Food Item

Waffles. Dumplings. Pickles. Pinto Beans. Why would you even consider naming your pet anything else?
Hannah Keyser
11.18.18
Mummies

Dozens of Cat Mummies Found in 4,500-Year-Old Egyptian Tombs

The King Userkaf pyramid complex at Saqqara is the final resting place for cats and scarab beetles—and it still contains unopened tombs.
Becky Ferreira
11.12.18
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