Archives for January 2012
Numerous cats ran out the door of the Animal Aid humane Society last night as firefighters entered the building to put out a fire. Some cats remain missing this evening, as most recuperate from smoke inhalation at the county shelter.
Recipe for fun: Ohagi, her bread toy, and a shoebox.
Bernice has been out of the spotlight lately as she heals from skin grafts and eyelid surgery, but she appeared in a video last week to show her well wishers her sweet self at play.
Nylah is a little Savannah cat playing in water for the first time.
Cyrano beat bone cancer in 2010, but bone deterioration caused him pain and limited his movement. Last week he got a new knee that signaled an advance in such replacements for both pets and people.
More on the community cat colonies missing in Fort Worth, Texas.
Eddie “waters” the plant.
Dramatic music makes a slap attack into an epic battle of cat versus door.
A FL man terrorized his wife as he beat her three month old kitten to death earlier this month. Sen. Mike Fasano, sponsor of the Little Horatio’s Law and Dexter’s Law animal protection bills says the case shows the need for the bills to pass into law.
Police and fire responders rushed a kitten to a clinic for immediate care after he was found singed from a house fire. That response ensures a good recovery for Jacob, who is seen here looking adorably sweet as he is already up and playing
Jay the Maine Coon cat and DrNworb team up for another of their wonderful videos.
We hear from readers looking for help with CRF issues all the time. This is part three of a three part series from The Cat Doctor on the diagnosis and treatment of this all too common condition in cats.
Erik Tanner fired an employee for taking pleasure in poking a cat with a pen during an adoptability test, acting to show that inhumane practices would not be tolerated. An animal control officer employed by the town still has his job, though.
Some tried to blame petmom Debbie Harris for an hours long flight delay yesterday when Ripples escaped his carrier and hid in the cockpit’s electronics compartment. It was, in fact, the fault of security staff.