Meet Sam, the worried cat.
Sam has a perpetually shocked expression thanks to unusual markings on his head between his eyes and his ears that make him look like he has eyebrows.
He was sent home early from work because of the snow in England.
He was living on the streets of London at 19, and turned to drugs for comfort.
But about 5 years ago, James Bowen, 33, faced a turning point when he found an injured and starving cat hiding at the stairwell of the building he stayed in.
Two neighbours living in terraced houses near Holland Village are embroiled in a spat over pet cats.
In one corner is Mr Benjamin Seow, 30, who used to breed Munchkin cats, a breed characterised by their very short legs.
Imagine walking into a supermarket in search of groceries - only to find a cat nestled comfortably on a shelf.
A number of shoppers have met with such furry surprises at various supermarkets across Singapore.
The cat was covered with so much glue that only the tiny tuft of white fur between its shut eyes gave you a clue to its colour.
It had been caught on a glueboard trap placed by a pest control company at an HDB bin centre. The board, measuring 1.2m by 1.5m, is used for catching rats.
TNP PICTURE: Alvin Lim
SHE WAS relieved when her husband said he would take their cat Scuzzi to an animal shelter after deciding to give it up for fighting with its siblings.
HOW many lives does a cat have?
A white cat named Spike living in England proved that the furry animal may have more than one.
He survived being shot through the head with a crossbow bolt after four hours of surgery, Sky News reported.
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