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World’s Oldest Cat Sets New Record

A 26-year-old British feline in southeast London has set a new world record for the oldest living cat. The Guinness World Records confirmed that Flossie, a beautiful brown and black, looks just as good and is just as playful as...

Humans Can Communicate With Cats by Blinking, Scientists Say

A study on cat-human interactions has confirmed that cat owners can communicate with their pet cats by blinking. Scientists observed cat-human interactions and were able to confirm that this act of blinking slowly makes humans more approachable by cats while cats...

Suspected Cat Killer Arrested; Fined 30,000 Euros in Greece

A suspected cat killer was arrested on Thursday in Thessaloniki and charged with intentionally killing a kitten in the center of the city back in August. The 39-year-old man was identified by CCTV footage. The case file on animal abuse will...

The Adorable Native Cat Breeds of Greece and Cyprus

Anyone who has visited Greece or Cyprus knows that both beautiful countries are home to many, many cats. Yet some people may be unaware that there are two distinct cat breeds, the Aegean cat and the Cyprus cat, native...

Animal Abuse: Greek Man Who Kicked Cat into the Sea Arrested

On Monday, police in Greece arrested a man who lured a cat near his table at a taverna and then kicked her into the sea in a shocking case of animal abuse. The incident took place in a tavern of...

Greek President Sakellaropoulou Adopts Stray Kitten from Karpathos

In early November, Greek President Katerina Sakellaropoulou officially adopted a stray kitten named Calypso from the island of Karpathos, making the tiny feline the very first stray cat ever adopted by a Greek President while in office. Sakellaropoulou first met...

Cat Interrupts Greek Evening News Interview for Coronavirus

A cat appeared out of nowhere on television screens all over the country during a live discussion with a coronavirus expert on a Saturday evening news program in Greece, reminding everyone of the perils of appearing on television from...