News and Articles About Cats
It's called 'the ARK.'
The trajectory of the beloved, green-eyed tabby shows the unique path being tread by animated characters in our digital era.
As people view pets as family members, they're paying even more to keep an eye on them.
The more we try not to offend in marketing, the more people we encounter who find offense to everything.
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Christina Ha and Emilie Legrand fantasized about opening a cat cafe in New York City. Then, they stopped dreaming and made it happen.
Two recent ads illustrate this point. One was entertaining, the other spurred viewers to seek out the product.
Good news for cat lovers: a cat sanctuary and tea house is trying to open in NYC, if it can raise $65,000 in startup funds.
Talk about a pivot. Sanrio received a boatload of publicity yesterday with the revelation that Hello Kitty is not, in fact, a cat.
Pizza Hut's latest Japanese commercial campaign stars incredibly cute cat employees at a fictional pizza joint.
Some 28 million gadget-loving Americans have had a pet wreak havoc on an electronic device.
Posting photos of cute and cuddly animals is a guaranteed win online. Here's a look at the biggest Internet pet trends of 2014.
Dell says a new manufacturing process is to blame for the bad smell coming from one of its new laptops.
The man behind the LOLcats phenomenon shares his first business idea, what he learned from his worst boss and why he hopes Momofuku's David Chang will invite him to dinner.
cats have always been popular as pets, they’ve become mainstreamed into social media culture as part of memes and trends -- such as the “cat selfie,” “Grumpy Cat”” and “catbreading” -- and there is an ongoing debate on which animal rules the internet -- the dog or the cat?
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