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Pig Yoga Is a Thing in Philly, And Oh My Gosh Does It Look Wonderful

I’ll be the first to admit that I thought we’d seen peak cute-animals-with-yoga when puppy yoga became a thing. I mean, all I ever want to do […]

le cat cafe, cats
City Life

This Brewerytown Cat Cafe Wants People to Stop Leaving Stray Cats

At Le Cat Cafe near 27th Street and Girard Avenue, you can pay $12 an hour (a price that includes a cup of tea or coffee) to mingle with 12 felines […]

coyotes
City Life

The Coyote Captured in South Philadelphia Has Been Euthanized

It’s a sad day for coyotes, and a sad day for Philadelphia: Police say the coyote that was captured in South Philly on Thursday has […]

coyote
City Life

Police Catch Another Coyote, This Time in South Philly

In Philadelphia, it’s not unusual for police to receive calls of animals on the loose. In December, Stormy the Cow twice escaped a Old City nativity […]

coyote
City Life

PHOTOS: Yes, Coyotes Do Roam Northeast Philly (and Police Caught One This Week)

If you needed any further proof that coyotes do, in fact, roam Philadelphia, here it is. Philadelphia police caught this little guy in Mayfair on Tuesday. […]

Alpaca Wedding
Philadelphia Wedding

A Baby Alpaca Makes for the Cutest Guest at This Summer Wedding

Interested in hosting an alpaca at your wedding? Rachel Jacobson and David Jacobson Fischer were, too. Luckily for them, Illusion Ranch in Boyertown, Pennsylvania was happy […]

south philly cat shelter
City Life

Campaign to Replace Torched Feral Cat Shelters Reaches $22K in Three Days

A nonprofit is raising money for a South Philly cat shelter after, it claims, someone set it on fire three times in two weeks. The flames destroyed […]

Foobooz

Let’s Stop Rat-Shaming Philly Restaurants, Shall We?

Philly’s an old city. Some of its buildings were built centuries ago. Philly also has a real winter, so it gets cold. Plus, the city is obviously […]

Foobooz

How Many Snakes Would It Take to Make You Leave Your Favorite Philly Restaurant?

I have been bitten by one snake in my life. It’s an embarrassing story, and not really germane to the discussion we’re about to have […]

boardwalk cats
City Life

$5,000 Reward Offered in Killings of N.J. Boardwalk Cats

An international cat advocacy organization is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of suspects who police say killed three cats […]

trooper, car crash
City Life

Pa. Trooper Killed in Crash With Garbage Truck

A 26-year-old Pennsylvania State Trooper was killed in a violent crash with a garbage truck early this morning. Trooper Michael P. Stewart was in a marked […]

kittydelphia
City Life

“Kittydelphia” Pop-Up Cat Shop Coming to Philly

First came the cats. Then the cat cafes. Now, Philly will house “Kittydelphia” – the city’s first pop-up cat event. The three-day feline festival, which kicks off […]

Foobooz

Gelato Cat Bike Ride Combines Gelato, Cats, Bikes

Flow State CoffeeBar on Frankford Avenue is set to open sometime this fall. In the meantime, the owners are having some summertime fun with a […]

City Life

The Best Thing That Happened This Week: Bucks County’s Fox Pox

When we were growing up in Bucks County in the 1970s, it was a wonderland of deep dense forests and verdant farmland and misty hills, […]

City Life

Poll: More Than Half of Pa. Voters Want to Legalize Weed

More than half of Pennsylvania voters – 56 percent – want to legalize marijuana, according to a new survey from Franklin & Marshall College. According to […]