There are two stories to be told in the wake of the massive Whiskerville cat seizure of Jan. 3. There is the story of Wydell Dixon and how she operated the facility, and there is the story of the cats who were saved. Here, we follow up on the saved cats and how they are being helped.
The fat cat who made headlines for weighing in at 28 pounds will be encouraged to eat to his heart’s content to stabilize his system before beginning his true weight loss regimen.
Clark was near death when found in the gutter on Nov. 21, 2011. The woman who adopted him last May and then turned him out on the street because he looked sick was found guilty in absentia yesterday when she failed to appear in court.
Cat rescuer and writer Bernadette Kazmarski tells the affecting story of Skeeter, the wounded “porch cat” who needed help. Peg Bowman, Bernadette and others are giving Skeeter another chance at life.
Sen. Mike Fasano, who filed the Dexter’s Law animal abuser registry bill, also introduced SB 288 which will grant pets the same protection from domestic violence, if passed, as people.
Chester helps special needs children in Nanuet, NY. A week after he was taken by one teen, four others found him and helped him go home.
City the Kitty has starred in a Fresh Step commercial and his own videos. On Saturday, January 14, he hits the big time with Jackson Galaxy on My Cat From Hell.
Smokey was left at the entrance to the Coventry RSPCA at 11pm on a holiday to spend the night outdoors sitting in a crate with “my name is Smokey!!” scrawled on top.
Save More Andreas. Andrea miraculously got another chance at life after surviving the gas chamber. Her message includes simple steps that can spare others from what she endured.
Beautiful green eyed tabby Gilda spent the night at Macy’s in the Walden Galleria mall near Buffalo, NY. She was headed for an adoption center but decided to cruise the mall first.
SB 618, or Dexter’s Law, would institute an animal abuser registry in the state of Florida. The legislature will consider whether to enact it.
The public shelter where Andrea survived two gassings will continue to use its gas chamber. The City Council made the decision over pleas from the public to retire it.