Cats and dogs have become such a part of the family fabric that in many households, they're akin to children. It's a role that's changed repeatedly and drastically since these animals ran wild centuries ago, and it's come with a fundamental shift in how we view companion animals: from property to near-personhood. "Science" journalist David Grimm joins Kojo to talk about how our connections to pets are changing laws, industries, and lives.
Yes, There's A Cat Named Kojo
DC resident Jason Szanyi named his cat (above) after Kojo Nnamdi. He writes "Kojo (the cat) is just as much of a fan of the show and regularly hangs out in the kitchen with me when the show is on."