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Nevada feline world's longest domestic cat

A Reno cat breaks the Guinness world record for world's longest domestic cat, a 5-year-old Maine Coon named Stewie, 48.5 inches from tip of his nose to tip of his tail bone.Full story

Woman, 97, says kitty saved her life

  A 97-year-old Michigan woman says her pet cat saved her from four attacking pit bulls. WPBN-TV's Laruen Amstutz reports.

Cat fur puts criminals behind bars

A DNA database has been established that uses cat fur as forensic evidence. Dog and other animal fur may also be useful in forensic applications. Full story

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