Residents fear the so-called Croydon Cat Killer has moved on to swans after a number of the birds were found decapitated.Read the full story ›
The RSPCA alongside fire and rescue teams were called to help save a cat which got itself stuck in between a 15cm wall.Read the full story ›
Dashcam footage caught the cool cat sauntering across the road as motorists waited either side of the crossing.Read the full story ›
Andrew Lloyd Webber's 'Cats' returns to the West End today for a limited run at the Palladium.
US singer and former 'X Factor' judge Nicole Scherzinger will make her West End stage debut in the role of Grizabella.
Based on TS Eliot’s 'Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats', the musical first opened at the New London Theatre in 1981, where it played for 21 years.
The revamped version has been given a hip-hop flavour with the character of Rum Tum Tugger becoming a rapping street cat.
Cats and Evita are to return to the West End.Read the full story ›
A cat who went missing from his home in Brockley turned up 450 miles away in Fife, Scotland after his owners had given up the search thinking he was dead.
The Daily Mail reports that nine-year-old Pablo was reunited with his owners when he turned up in a branch of TSB in the Scottish county and settled down for a nap on one of the chairs.
Staff handed him to a cats charity where he was checked for a microchip and his owners were found. How he made the epic journey remains a mystery, however.
The location of London's first ever Cat Cafe has been revealed. 'Lady Dinah's Cat Emporium' is a home for rescued cats and later this year, visitors will be able to have a cup of tea surrounded by them.
The cafe is being built at 152-154 Bethnal Green Road. It's not open for business yet, but the openers hope to start serving up tea by October. They said:
"At Lady Dinah's, visitors will have the opportunity to kick back and relax with a cup of tea and spend time in the soothing company of our purring feline friends. We are currently preparing our exciting new venue in Shoreditch, East London.
"We are a home for our rescued cats. Our greatest and most important duty is to ensure the happiness and well-being of London's soon to be most loved felines."