On Friday we posted the happy story that blind kitty Peri had traveled from Oman to his new home in Florida. That home did not work out and now this sweet boy needs someone in the US to give him the security and appreciation he deserves.
Thanks in part to the concern of one family and the generosity of the online community, a special needs cat dropped off at an animal hospital as a tiny kitten got a set of life-changing wheels.
Just days after a remarkable surgery to realign his backwards facing, twisted legs, little Corky stood on all fours for the first time in his life this week. Corky’s recovery has had some complications, but he is coming along well.
Samantha’s Feline Food Bank distributes free cat food at California Cat Center in Van Nuys, CA every 3rd Sunday of the month from 10-2, no questions asked. Donors can drop off food at the Center, and every like to the Center’s Facebook page triggers a $2 donation to the fund.
Leon ended up safe and sound at the Dane County Humane Society after riding along with a Michigan couple traveling through Wisconsin. Because Leon has ID his family was located and he’ll be going back home.
Smoky, the tiny kitten from last week’s story Firefighters Rescue and Revive 2 Week Old Kitten, met with his rescuers today. One of the firefighters will adopt him when he is old enough. For now, he remains in foster care with Bolton & Bury Cat Rescue.
Blind kitty Peri was found on the street in Muscat, Oman. He became a playful and happy foster, received an operation, and found a new home in the US. Videos show him happily playing both in foster care and in his new home.
California’s Hayden Law survived Governor Brown’s repeal proposal for a second time yesterday, thanks to the continued efforts of animal lovers and activists.
Three weeks after taking a ride across the Golden Gate Bridge as a stowaway, a Marin County, CA cat has found a new home with a man who took a shine to her when her story first made the news. Kitty’s colorful new dad is both a veteran police officer and an Elvis impersonator.
Blue Cross Victoria charity animal hospital saved the life of 5 week old shelter kitten Pog, who was in a bad way due to a birth defect. Now she is recovered and has a home.
Last Wednesday we shared the story of Boots, the cat spared from death by trustees at a bank. Today Boots went to her new home.
Snow was found with chemical burns on his neck and head and taken into care by Paws for the Cause Feral Cat Rescue in MI. Since the group first posted his pics last week, well wishes and much needed donations have poured in. Snow is FIV positive, making his battle to heal a challenge.
California is poised to release cute pet lover’s license tags that will raise money for low-cost spay/neuter programs and promote awareness, while celebrating pets. As of April 1 they had 4,043 of the 7,500 preorders needed to make the plates and activate the program.
Three family members who had over 130 cats removed from their Halfmoon, NY trailer last month are related to the two sisters who had 80 cats removed from two cars in a Bennington, VT parking lot in 2010. A third incident with the family occurred at another location.
Three tiny kittens were brought to safety against a backdrop of destruction in the aftermath of the tornado that struck Dallas – Fort Worth earlier this week.
Corky, the kitten from Cats Cradle Shelter born with backwards, crisscrossed hind legs, had orthopedic surgery yesterday with amazing results. He is resting and recovering.
SLC Animal Services is following up a successful pit bill adoption campaign with one to increase adoption rates for cats. They’re using a “Super” gimmick to kick off the campaign.
Make sure your cats and dogs stay happy and healthy with a few tips on the potential pet perils of Easter.
Manchester UK firefighters found this tiny kitten on a table in a burning house, carried it outside, and gave oxygen at the scene.
Animal lover Georgia Lee Dvorak, of Berwyn, IL stipulated in her will that any cats outliving her be euthanized after her death. Fifth and Third bank took the matter to court and found a suitable no-kill shelter to care for Boots instead. Ms. Dvorak left her estate to animal causes.