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Extra, Extra: The $22K Pet Cat Leopard Thing

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- A federal complaint filed in Los Angeles yesterday could bring a Chicago man who uploaded four episodes of 24 before the premiere to jail.

- In Beverly Hills, someone owns a pet that cost $22,000 and is called the Ashera, which is a blending of African Serval and the Asian Leopard Cat with a domestic cat, creating what Los Angeles-based Lifestyle Pets described this week as “the world’s largest, rarest and most exotic domestic cat.”

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Photo not of the $22K Cat by bmcguirk via Flickr

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