It's been a long wait after a daring escape attempt and a 4-month quarantine but Gobi is finally home and very happy.
Remember this poor kitty? Not only did those kind strangers save her, they seem to have adopted her as well. We don't speak Russian, but the cat looks happy and healthy and well taken care of. Yay!
It's been awhile since the Neko Atsume team has updated their addicting cat collector game. You've probably caught every kitty and earned all of the mementos by now, but guess what? YOU NOW HAVE THREE MORE CATS TO OBSESS OVER AND TONS OF NEW TOYS TO BUY! Unfortunately, there's a bug with the iOS version of the update, so it's been pulled from the app store for now. iPhone users may have to wait, but Android users can play right meow! Check out what's new below.
Since their rescue last week from under the electrified third rail of an above-ground express track in Brooklyn, the gray-striped and black kitties have found themselves the stars of Steven Liu's website, Scratching Pad.
Yur kitteh has shut down fur updates.
Iditarod leader Dallas Seavey left the White Mountain checkpoint this morning, with only 77 miles and one final checkpoint separating himself from Nome and total victory over the toughest race in the world.
As it stands, Dallas Seavey has an hour lead on Aliy Zirkle and almost two hours on the third place musher, Ramey Smyth. The only question now, is whether or not Zirkle's 10 dog team can overtake Seavey's 9 dog team before he reaches Nome.
Iditarod officials announced this morning that they expect Seavey to arrive in Nome sometime between 5p.m. and 6p.m. this evening, so stay tuned for the final results of this year's race right here at