If you work at home, your cats are also on the job with you! When your feline assistants are not busy messing up your papers and getting between you and your computer, they practice their best fake fighting moves on the floor.
He was underweight, with a scabbed nose, a nasty infection and a swollen right leg that looked broken. Mike was an incredibly sweet kitty. But the odds were stacked against him, until the angels at Philly Urgents Rescue stepped up to save him.
It all started with one cat. “It was this little orange tabby and I say my heart grew three sizes that day,” Anne Dunn said. Now she’s running a wildly successful cat cafe that has saved hundreds of lives and started a nationwide trend.
If your cat drives you crazy, but you love him anyway, you will relate to Rachel and Jun, who rescued the badly injured Poki. He got better all right, then turned the whole house upside down with his antics.