Online dating for mentally challenged cats
I’ll Have What Kitty’s Having Not getting enough of a cat fix with your dozens of beloveds at home?
Then thank Garfield for the latest trend: the cat café.
Private insurers in Alaska will be forced to cover autism services for kids and young adults.
Californians can no longer demand access to employees’ Facebook passwords in order to monitor their extracurricular activities.
The start of the new year ushered in a spate of monumental new legislation.
In Maryland, same-sex marriage is legal for the first time.
And in Wellington, Kan., population 8,057, it will henceforth be illegal for a household to contain more than four cats. The new law has bloggers purring in amusement, but a survey of recent animal-hoarding horror stories from around the globe reveals that Wellington may be onto something.
Shared illnesses, shared love It's not surprising that singles with specific -- and sometimes highly personal -- health issues might want to meet other singles who have the same condition.
Women afflicted by it are one-and-a-half times more likely to try to commit suicide, the researchers said.
Thankfully, the study’s author acknowledged that the “vast majority” of people wouldn’t even know they were infected, and suffer “very subtle” effects.
These days, plenty of dating sites make that possible.
One such site, STDmatch.net, connects people who share the same sexually transmitted disease. You could "find your first mate" at Sea Captain Date.com, a dating site that connects men and women who share a love of the ocean.
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Kostsovo lives in Siberia in her two-bedroom apartment with 130 cats.