Joined: Aug 25, 2015
Kirstin Fawcett is a former staff writer for Mental Floss.
Get to know the shy—but beautiful—gray kitty.
The Scandinavian feline's history can be traced back to the Vikings.
The Birman looks kind of like the Siamese’s fluffy cousin—even though the two probably aren’t closely related.
Want a high-energy cat that’s as lively as it is lovely? Consider this feline.
The "gentle giant" of cats is a quirky—but lovable—feline with a lot of interesting tales to tell.
The Ragdoll cat can be described in three words: big, beautiful, and friendly.
The longhaired feline has a storied past—and a frenzied following.
With their angular faces, big ears, and smooth bodies, Sphynx cats are living (and purring) proof that there’s more to a kitty than its fur coat.
Get to know the exotic, spotted kitty.
For one of literature’s most enduring works, Bram Stoker's 'Dracula' didn’t receive much of a turnout when it was first adapted for the stage: A total of two people showed up.
If you adore felines, you’re in good company: Many of history’s most famous figures—including Florence Nightingale, Pope Paul II, Mark Twain, and the Brontë sisters—all owned, and loved, cats.
Party like you're a Stark or a Lannister—minus the threat of a massacre of poisoning—with recipes for Purple Wedding pigeon pie and more.