Kittens Recovering Right 'Meow' After Surviving Arlington FireEighteen kittens are expected to survive after firefighters from the Arlington Fire Department saved them from a burning house.
Take Meow To The Ballgame In FriscoCats and their owners can enjoy the game together this coming Sunday afternoon.
LOOK: Cat Steals The Show During Marlins-Braves GameThe Marlins put on a show and beat the Braves 8-4, but an unexpected furry guest stole some of the home team's thunder.
Amarillo Looks to Adopt Law Making Bestiality IllegalOfficials in Amarillo are considering adopting a law that would make bestiality illegal.
Get Your Pet's Photo With Santa PawsThere are a lot of places to get photos with Santa Claus this time of year, but JD Ryan found a spot to get a photo with Santa Paws....Around Town!
Regulators: Doctor Concocts Vaccines With Cat Saliva, VodkaRegulators have suspended the license of a doctor who allegedly gave patients modified vaccinations containing cat saliva and vodka.
Foul Play Suspected As Cats Disappear In ArlingtonDozens of neighborhood cats have recently died or disappeared in downtown Arlington, and many business owners are turning to police for help because they suspect foul play.
Officials Set To Decide Where 'Library Cat' Goes NextCity leaders in White Settlement will decide Friday what will happen to a fired library worker. Browser the library cat was brought on board five years ago to take care of a mouse problem.
30-Year-Old Siamese Named World's Oldest CatA Siamese cat born during President Reagan's administration has been named by Guinness World Records as the world's oldest living cat. The animal, named Scooter, lives in Mansfield.
Warm & Wet Weather Helps Fleas ThriveNorth Texas has had a very warm winter and a wet spring, unfortunately that means your dog or cat will have a price to pay. Humid, warm conditions are the perfect weather for fleas to thrive.
More Than 100 Cats Rescued From Texas HomeAnimal control officials and members of the Humane Society of North Texas (HSNT) rescued 108 cats from a house in Vernon yesterday.
Climate Change Creates Health Problems For PetsClimate change doesn't just affect habitats for wildlife. It's also affecting cats and dogs. Fleas and ticks are getting smaller, but there are more of them, they eat more often, and they're causing problems in what used to be the colder months.