Global warming could affect your coffee buzz, Antarctic ice is fast disappearing, and cats in Wyoming are catching the bubonic plague.
Conservationists can never perfectly manage an ecosystem, but this is a problem that's creating an obvious ecological imbalance and should—and can—be addressed.
Vigilantes who hunt down feral cats run up against animal-cruelty laws and social norms; one Texas veterinarian sparked outrage after she bragged on Facebook about killing what she thought was a feral tomcat with a bow and arrow.
Anxiety is clearest when it’s loud—and most dangerous when it’s quiet.
Remains suggest cats may have been domesticated in Egypt 5,700 years ago.
The large, wild cat native to North America goes by many names—wildcat, catamount, panther, mountain lion—but, technically, none of those are correct. How do we have such varied interpretations of an animal we rarely still interact with?
How—and why—cats were so often used to portray suffragettes as silly, infantile, incompetent, and ill-suited to political engagement during the women's suffrage movement in the United States.
The results of a recent survey show that Americans prefer dogs over cats—but they still do not understand the gravity of the feline threat.