Circuit of the Americas has a population of feral cats, as many large places tend to attract. Alanis and I went looking for COTA’s cats once and found none. But now Renault—beautiful Renault—put the cats on their Formula One car. We’ve found the cats! The cats are here! Rejoice! Cats!
I love the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps. You love the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps. It’s a classic Formula One venue for good reason, with one of the most insane uphills in racing with the Eau Rouge-Radillon combo. I mean, even the cat gets into this race.
Some days, it feels like everyone and everything in this world of ours is bad. But if you need a reason to stop being down on humanity, nature and all of the bad things happening on this terrestrial ball, know that a group of people recently spent hours taking apart a car to rescue a kitten and return it to its mom.
Last week hundreds of thousands of people flocked to Chichester, England, to attend the Goodwood Festival of Speed. Judging by the sheer size of the crowds and how many acres the Festival spans alone, setting up and breaking down everything must be a logistical nightmare. This year, however, Festival employees…
Buicks aren’t all boring, and they’re not just for the elderly. This youthful little kitten found one roomy enough to climb up in, and a local dealership had to pry the sweet thing out of there after the car’s owner—and other folks at stoplights—heard some loud meowing coming from somewhere near the wheel well.
Imagine you’re this guy. You wake up on a Saturday morning, and your Tesla is meowing. You do not have a cat. But there is definitely a cat inside of your car’s bumper. What do you do? Make a YouTube video, obviously.
If this was a different life, and I worked as an emergency responder, here is the kind of report that would easily send me dashing out the door: A tiny, adorable kitten, stuck on the highway. The kitten can’t escape because of traffic congestion. That exact situation played out in Abu Dhabi this week.
On October 18th, 1963, the Centre national d’études in France was set to send a small cat named Félix into space. After lagging behind its Soviet and American competitors, France was eager to stake its claim in the space race—with cats, for some reason. But on launch day, the mischievous little beast went missing—and…
An ad for the latest smartphone? Not relevant until it’s time to upgrade anyway. One for the newest computer? Yeah, OK. A concert coming to town? Forgot the band as soon as the poster was out of sight. But wait, are those cat photos plastered where advertisements should be? Those are cat photos!
Cats are all over the London Tube. Judging you.
Quite possibly the most dedicated cat lady ever ran into the middle of Houston’s Sam Houston Tollway to rescue a stray cat. How dedicated was she? Video released by the Harris County Toll Road Association shows her running across multiple lanes of traffic after the cat with what appears to be a pillowcase or a small…
Sometimes you just, like, need to sit in a window and watch the world roll by man.
When you think “fastest land animal,” what do you think of? American Pharaoh? Usain Bolt? Nope, until today that title belonged to Sarah, a cheetah who lived at the Cincinnati Zoo. Sarah died today at age 15.
Just another routine flight in this ultralight aircraft, ‘til a cat pops out of the port side wing and realizes why its sleeping spot got so noisy all of a sudden! Don’t worry, the plane and cat got down safely.
Ok, so I know this little kitty started a highway wreck and endangered a bunch of people's lives but isn't the cutie adorable??
Somewhere in Mother Russia, a cat decided to use a spring as a hiding place instead of a paper bag or under your recently dry cleaned clothes. It wouldn't have ended well for the cat where it not for the help of some strangers.
This morning, everyone lost their shit over Tara, the hero cat of Bakersfield who saved her owner's 4-year-old son from an unprovoked dog attack in one of the greatest cat videos of all time. Now, Tara finally speaks. Kind of.
A South Carolina man pulled his public works pickup into a service bay after hearing a noise he wasn't too sure about, which turned out to be a little cat that had wedged itself in the truck's engine compartment.