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As the words suggest, Feline Fragments accommodates those pieces of feline-related material that don't really fit into our other categories, and/or may be too short to warrant a page of their own. You'll find some humorous items, some cats that have been in the news, and various other items of interest, some old, some newer . . . all kinds of 'cat stuff' that we have come across and think worth passing on. We think you'll find something to enjoy.
In addition we've introduced Mini Fragments, similar to the above but mostly very short. There's a real potpourri of cat news and stories here, in no particular order and from times gone by as well as from much more recently. Have a browse!
Mini Fragments 1 | 2
Mixed bag of bite-sized news items of feline interest from today and yesteryear
After being hit by a car, Mog regained mobility after swimming in hydrotherapy sessions
Anakin was born without a pelvis or back legs but gets around just fine, leading a happy and playful life
Born blind, Oskar was adopted and now has a full life with best pal Klaus
In Austria, Europe's first cat café has opened Café Neko in Vienna
Two happy endings: Jolie who led rescuers to her kittens + Billy who's changed an autistic boy's life
[ the page for Street Cat Bob, the Big Issue cat, has been moved to our Famous section ]
Bernice and Dutchess both survived against the odds, after being found severely burned
Amsterdam Cats - De Poezenboot (cat sanctuary on a houseboat) and
De Kattenkabinet (museum of feline art)
Dante the vegetarian
Smokey with the record-breaking purr
Boots, a bar cat from Vanuatu, has a special party piece and features on a 2010 postage stamp
Three American cats enthusiastic about fishing
Two London Cats: the Catford Cat, and the sculpture Dr Salter's Dream
Nini from Venice, an Italian national celebrity in the 1890s
The MacNab: a tragic tale from yesteryear
Survival tales from Hurricane Katrina: the Two Bobbies (Bob Cat and Bobbi the dog), and Junior
One-eyed Midge from Yorkshire, who races with her owner and always wins
Singer Susan Boyle's cat, Pebbles
Cleveland Amory, Polar Bear and animal rescue
Dorofei, the Kremlin Cat
The paradox of Schrödinger's Cat is it alive or dead?
Koko (the gorilla) and All Ball
Cats belonging to aviator James H. ('Jimmy') Doolittle,
and chess grand master Alexander Alekhine
Alfie the Chepstow cat, Monmouthshire
James the Council cat, Shropshire
Cats with ASBOs (Anti-Social Behaviour Orders)
Colin (the cat) meets Colin (the Secretary of State)
Libby was Labrador Cashew's 'seeing eyes'
Katz is Human
Dear Dogs and Cats . . .
Cats are Top Dogs
Where do pets come from?
Ten Commandments of the Gentleman Cat
What it means to be a cat owner
Why do cats purr?
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Our featured feline at the head of the page: your companion through Feline Fragments is Maggie. She came as a kitten from Powys Cat Rescue. One of their volunteers had seen her wandering around, apparently uncared for, and thought her rather young to be just left to roam. The person 'responsible' for her said she 'didn't care', and so the youngster was taken in for rehoming. Only about 4 months old when I brought her home in 2003, she was a self-assured soul, probably because of her early experience, and was soon climbing all the available trees in the garden. She was a determined hunter in her earlier days, and was usually outside, but now prefers snoozing unless the weather is good. She has superb whiskers and as the photo shows, loves getting into things! (see it here without the puzzle effect)
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