New Paws—A female cat in Russia that lost all four of her paws to frostbite can walk, run and even climb stairs again, according to Live Science. The cat’s paws were replaced with four 3D-printed prosthetics made from titanium.
Customs No-No—A passenger from Beijing arrived at Dulles International Airport with a package with a picture of a dog and cat on it. The passenger said it was cat food. Savvy U.S. customs agents weren’t fooled, opening the package to find illegal dead birds, says USAToday.
Museum Worth Visiting—The Feline Historical Museum, located in the Cat Fanciers’ Association’s headquarters, stores the largest collection of cat memorabilia in America. Dayton.com says the Alliance, OH, museum is about an hour from Cleveland. It includes fascinating, rare artifacts, like the cat house designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
Generous Kid—A 10-year-old boy in Bloomsburg, Pa., requested that all his birthday money go to the local cat cafe, Cat in Bloom, according to Channel3000.com. He raised over $500, some of which will help a cat with a broken leg. “When they’re not adopted and they’re still here I want to make sure they have a happy time here,” said young Ivan Troychok.