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His name is Leon Bear Stern, and he is magnificent.

In fact, if you were to imagine an archetype of “the black cat,” you’d probably picture someone like Leon Bear — dignified, regal, confident, intelligent, and wise. And his luscious black coat is one of the most glorious things about him…that and his bodacious belly.

But for reasons I find ridiculous, people have singled out black cats like Leon and ascribed all kinds of mysterious... Read more...

Ollie is tiny, spunky, orange, and blind. He loves to eat, he loves to play, he loves to sleep, and he loves to love. In other words, Ollie loves life.

But when I met Ollie in late May, he didn’t have much in his life worth loving. The first time I held him, he was swaddled inside a thick plaid blanket, just his little head, with his badly damaged eyes, poking out. Even through all those layers, I could feel him quivering. He’d just been rescued from a window well where another animal had attacked and mauled him. His injuries were extreme, and eventually led to a... Read more...

Well, it happened, and it was pure gold!

The inaugural Kitten Summer Games, broadcast by my friends at The Hallmark Channel on August 5, was a spectacular success: One hundred kitten cat-letes, who had absolutely no idea they were competing, no idea they were beyond adorable, and no idea that millions of people were watching them cavort, stole hearts from coast to coast.

And best of all, they had no idea that after the competition, they’d all be going home to responsible, loving families who would spoil them and treat them... Read more...

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