A 4-year-old cat that stowed away in a container ship headed from Manila, Philippines, to Los Angeles is gaining weight and getting stronger after the trip without food or water left it near death.Full story
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TODAY’s Sara Haines shows off a few of the hilarious photos you sent in, such as a little boy reaching for the chest on a Betty Boop statue and a sign that offers “pre-cremation” if you desire.
Mieshelle Nagel Schneider, the “Cat Whisperer,” shows how you can train your felines to use the litter box, prevent them from scratching your furniture and take them for a walk on a leash.
The host of “House Smarts” shows how to fix a door that won’t shut all the way and quizzes KLG and Hoda, along with a group of hot dads, on their knowledge of tools.
The New York Times Magazine's Hugo Lindgren joins Morning Joe to discuss the latest issue, which is devoted to "innovation and its assorted mysteries." So why are cat videos a great invention? Let Lindgren explain.
This undated photo provided by the County of Los Angeles Department of Animal Care and Control shows a 4-year-old cat that stowed away in a container ship headed from Manila, Philippines, to Los Angeles. The cat, named “Pinay” by staff, is described as a domestic short haired, orange and white fema
A cat peeks out a hole at the Stichts Asyl for Animals in Utrecht on July 24, 2013. Many vacationers have their pet housed in the animal shelter during their holidays. AFP PHOTO / ANP / KOEN VAN WEEL netherlands outKoen van Weel/AFP/Getty Images
Hamilton Tiger-Cats quarterback Henry Burris is sacked by Saskatchewan Roughriders Tearrius George late in the fourth quarter of their CFL football game in Guelph July 27, 2013. REUTERS/Fred Thornhill (CANADA - Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL)