Chairman Meow observes a glacier in Patagonia (the Southern tip of Argentina), noting that it's progress is slower than American Healthcare reform. Unfortunately, in a relative way these glaciers are moving quickly; having retreated over 1 km since the early 1990s, making them among the fastest retreating glaciers in the world.
Benevolent Leader Meow notes, however, that Global Warming / Climate change is expected to greatly increase the world's feline population. Not only does warmer weather make outdoor living more suitable to cats, but the warmer weather sends female cats into heat earlier and more often. "The brain receives instructions to produce a hormone that basically initiates the heat cycle in a cat," said Ms Peterson, "and those instructions are affected by the length of day and usually the rising temperatures of spring." (source: global warming could lead to more kittens: christian science monitor)
If you still don't believe in climate change, at least consider the concept the next time you see a swarm of feral cats being blown through the air by a late-season super hurricane.