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Larry the tabby causes U-Turn at heart of British Government!

Larry 10 downing street prime ministers cat to catch rats

Hi efurrybody!

I don’t usually do serious journalism, but this is a genuine scoop, that I haven’t noticed anywhere else.

Back in January, there were a few news stories going around about rats that had been spotted at No 10 Downing Street (The equivalent of The White House in England) in the background of news reports. This was a great jokey news story, and the Prime Minister’s spokesman said categorically that “there are no plans to replace Humphrey the Downing Street more

Meet all the cat bloggers around the world!

Hi, Science Freya here!

Back in 2009, I created a map where everyone can mark where they’re from, and we can all see other cat bloggers who are near to us!

It’s not just for special friends or anything, if you have a cat blog, you really should enter your details!

So far, we’ve had 91 entries, and that’s really exciting, but I’m sure that there are a lot more new bloggers since then!

So here’s the quick list of more

2 Cats playing Patty-Cake on Video

When I saw this, I couldn’t stop laughing, so here it is for you!

Mad Cats And Englishwomen – TV Show

Hi Furriends!

I saw a TV programme this morning. It was called Mad Cats and Englishwomen. (Just in case my American furriends don’t know about the title, it’ a play on the song “Mad dogs and Englishmen go out in the midday sun”)

I’m sorry this Blog post is a little sad, but it’s about a very important subject.

It’s a documentary contrasting the differences and similarites between the Celia Hammond Animal Trust, and a “mad cat lady” who is a kind of more

New York’s Finest People rescue kittie.

This is a moving story that’s been doing the rounds, about a cat stuck up a tree in Adelphi St, Fort Greene.

The first day, the FDNY try to pull the tree nearer the balcony, so that the kitty can walk along a bridge that they made, failed and apparently gave up!

The next day, a neighbour makes a 12 foot bridge for the cat to walk along. It’s not interested. (Although the bare wood surface looks slippery, I’d have covered it more