One of the cat highlights of the year is the Algonquin Hotel's Cat Fashion Show, a fundraiser featuring fashionista felines wearing designer clothing and accessories.
Calling all cat-lovers and NYC history buffs. "The Cat Men of Gotham", a a new book of short stories about NYC's most famous historical cats releases on May 3rd.
Watch a clip from the award winning documentary "The Cat Rescuers," a film that will make its NYC premiere this weekend at DOC NYC.
The Algonquin Cat has some fancy digs in NYC's storied Algonquin Hotel: two pet tree houses always in view of the hotel's guests and passersby.
You've likely encountered a friendly bodega cat, but the question remains whether they're actually legally allowed in shops, delis, and other retail spaces.
Attention all cat lovers! A Cat Film Festival is coming to NYC's SVA Theatre on Saturday, December 9, exploring that unique bond between cats and humans.
Going far beyond the bodega cat the book The Shop Cats of New York by Tamar Arslanian and Andrew Marttila document the stories behind 36 of NYC's feline friends
Former mining village Houtong is the "Cat Village" near Taipei, Taiwan, which houses at least 100 stray but friendly cats.
Yes, a pop-up cat café is opening April 24-27th at 168 Bowery hosted by Purina One. But NYC is certainly not the first. Cat cafés are so 2000s in Asia!
Kitty City was a miniature metropolis designed exclusively for members of the feline species by a team consisting of kids, architects, artists, etc. at Flux Factory in Long Island City.