Grumpy Cat, the feline Internet celebrity, is testing the limits of licensing success with a new coffee line.
Greene's job is to literally cast all the feline models in the show.
After all, how could the usually demure Hathaway match the feline sexiness of Michelle Pfeiffer in Batman Returns?
The Daily Pic: Joyce Wieland pushes back the timeline for feline films.
Today's New York Times features the story Holly the Cat, a Florida feline who traveled nearly 200 miles to get home.
And Whiskey was the gamest of the game, yet he never showed his teeth to his feline friend.
He could protrude a feline set of claws from his velvet glove.
Human madness is oftentimes a cunning and most feline thing.
Brahms, so it is said, was an avowed enemy of the feline tribe.
He prayed earnestly that the owners of the feline trinity he had just let loose were affectionately disposed towards their cats.
1680s, from Late Latin felinus "of or belonging to a cat," from Latin feles (genitive felis) "cat, wild cat, marten," of uncertain origin. As a noun, from 1861.