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Despite the pandemic (and a bad reputation for a distinctly Russian grimace), it’s not all sad faces in Moscow at the end of 2021.
One brave Russian journalist has done great service for the world’s population of domestic cats by taste-testing their vittles.
St. Petersburg is a magical place, in part thanks to its feline denizens.
In which a Siberian Lynx is caught waiting for the bus, just like the rest of us.
A new statue in Kurgan is decidedly not the cat's pajamas, and after less than a week on display is being taken down due to public outcry.
After a brief scare, the oldest cat at the poet Anna Akhmatova's museum in St. Petersburg has returned safely back home.
In which a lucky kitten gets to see a good portion of Russia from the cabin of a very kind truck driver.
While that face might look sweet and innocent, recent allegations against Pushok the cat claim otherwise.
Cats and water are usually a combination to be avoided, but this Russian athlete wants nothing more than to make his affinity for his feline companions known in the Olympic swimming pool.
In this week's Odder News: raccoon rescue, low light, and cats, both homeless and elite.
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