Trooper was hit by a car and then froze to the ground where he sat, in someone’s driveway. Rescuer Gwen Samms was called in a day later and Trooper was saved, just in time.
Tina Groller, her husband, their son, and the dog got out of their house when it caught fire. Tina went back for the family cat and later succumbed to injuries sustained in her selfless act.
A Bengal cat traveling with his pilot pet parents crawled up into the ceiling at Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport in CO on Monday. Thankfully, today he was removed from a trap he’d been lured into with tuna.
A guest post by Nathan J. Winograd follows his earlier post Gone in 60 Seconds, about the NY shelter “Quick Kill” bill that survived a committee vote today. This further call to action is aimed not only at the NY bill but to the precedent it has set for possible legislation nationwide.
The Anfield Cat got more than fame when he dashed onto the pitch at last week’s Liverpool-Tottenham match. He set himself on the road to a new and better life.
Local cat groups have teamed up to hold the biggest one day neuter/spay event ever today in a effort to mitigate the coming springtime kitten population explosion. The well organized event will sterilize hundreds of cats in a whirlwind of coordinated activity.
Thanks to the persistence of lost and found networkers, a Bastrop TX cat and her family are together again for the first time since devastating wildfires destroyed their house last Labor Day weekend.
Meshach, the sweet Oregon stray burned in December, is healing well and living at a farm sanctuary. Authorities announced the first arrest in the case on Friday, as a 17 year old was charged.
Cats ran through the door of the Animal Aid Humane Society and into the night during the fire of 1/30. Volunteers found most of the cats, and the search for the others continues.
A WA man awoke to find his truck being driven off, with his beloved cat up front.
Zamboni is a special needs kitty born with a back leg sticking out the wrong way. Long Beach Felines has lovingly cared for him as he has grown big and strong enough to have life changing surgery.
Madison Grace was lost for 6 weeks after escaping from the car during a move that took her family from Hawaii, to Michigan, and then Tennessee. A Humane Society volunteer found her in Ohio and, thanks to a microchip, she will rejoin her family soon.