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Greenwich Village »

Stop scaring your cats with cucumbers, people.

Union Square »

Nearly 200 cats, kittens and rabbits are looking for homes.

Upper East Side »

Roughly 30 cats are ready for adoption and more than a dozen will be ready in two to three weeks' time.

Midtown »

Corruption in government; Starbucks red cup controversy; Adele speaks; Freaky cat masks.

SoHo »

Visitors to the Grand Street cafe will get to play with shelter kittens.

Midtown »

Shelters were overflowing with cats and kittens at the start of the summer, officials say.

Midtown »

This Saturday, you can adopt a cat for free while you shop at Urban Outfitters. 

Bushwick »

The celebration of cats features a market filled with kitty-themed goods.

Long Island City »

Jeckles is a 13-pound orange Maine Coon cat being fostered by rescue group LIC Ferals and Friends.

East Harlem »

Animal Care & Control is waving adoption fees for cats 1 year and older to deal with the overflow.

Astoria »

"How Cats Took Over the Internet" will open Aug. 7.

Carroll Gardens »

Carroll Gardens Pet Grooming opened at 121 Douglass St. last week. 

Bed-Stuy »

Sheshe the cat has been locked in a shuttered Tompkins Avenue store for more than a month.

Williamsburg »

Most shelters are overburdened with newborns during "kitten season."

Lower East Side »

The city's first cat café Meow Parlour is looking for staff, according to a Craigslist ad.