The footage of a puma hunting sheep was captured with thermal imaging cameras in the Patagonian wilderness as part of a new National Geographic show.
Cats love tuna because it contains high concentrations of chemicals that make its umami taste receptors light up.
Lion manes are generally there to impress and intimidate — but not all males have them, and in some circumstances, lionesses are also known to sprout fuzzy facial hair.
A new study shows that gene therapy could be an effective form of birth control for cats.
If a cat kneads on your lap, it's likely because it feels safe around you. But why do they knead in the first place?
Cats may purr because they're happy, but also for a slew of other reasons, including getting their owner's attention and stress.
The real-life origins of a once-mythological wildcat called the "cat-fox" are finally coming to light thanks to recent genetics research.
An elderly lion in an Indiana zoo transmitted COVID-19 to the zookeepers who handfed the severely ill big cat. It is the first recorded time a zoo animal has passed the virus to a human.
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