— “It takes a very special person to adopt a cat who is incontinent and needs round-the-clock care,” a shelter worker says. Bailey Maitland is that person.
— The blind, deformed kitten suffered complications after corrective surgery, but she's going strong.
— I first heard about Samuel from my fellow Catster columnist Dorian, who helps transport cats from high-kill shelters in her south Florida home to safety in the north.
— Leggings for Life allow cats with mobility issues to slide across floors; they've become a big thing.
— People come in the store for used clothing or craft supplies -- and they leave with a new cat.
— Another surgery is planned. The goal is to increase his mobility and extend his lifespan. How much do we love Little Bear?
— The affectionate feral colony at the picturesque bay gets tender care from a team of volunteers.
— His adoptive mom thought he deserved a chance, and now he plays just like any other cat.
— Benny has been many places. He's an embroidered character in CatStitch Studio.
— This kitten with a cleft palate may just be able to teach others about animals (and people) with disabilities.
— I live in a remote area where cats are dumped. That's why I run my rescue, Paw Town Cats.
— The moment his adoptive mom saw Mr. Magoo, she knew she had to save him. It wasn't easy.
— The Georgia rescue is the only no-kill, no-cage facility in the region.
— He crawled under the hood of a car to escape the cold. His forever family has helped him recover.
— The people of Whiskers Animal Benevolent League list the benefits of adopting FIV+ cats.
— The vet said she’s not broken; she was simply born that way.
— I care for cats who live in a parking lot. When they get sick, I help them. Crybaby was no different.
— The group, consisting of four sister organizations, came together with a mission to save lives.
— When the volunteers at CARA Welfare learned about the two cats rotting at the Pasig Rainforest Park, they set out to spring them straightaway.
— Declawing is an amputation of the last bone in the cat’s paw; not just a fancy manicure.
— Lauren von Krusenstiern taught her kids about responsibility and compassion through fostering.
— No, seriously. I recently started supporting the very places I had always despised.
— His siblings had similar deformities, but Little Bear’s were the most extreme. Somehow, he doesn't let that get him down.
— The fit feline helps Canada's Fredericton SPCA raise awareness about diet and exercise for cats.
— Using flower essences and therapeutic touch, she transforms unsocialized and traumatized cats.
— The Helen Woodward Animal Center program helps elderly and disabled people feed their pets.
— Turkey contains some 2 million strays; the group finds them homes around the world.
— The rescue kitty survived a knife attack. Now she helps Arden Moore in a pet first-aid class.
— His condition could have been caused by prolonged confinement to a tiny cage.
— The unsung heroes of your cat’s veterinary care team deserve lots of respect. Here’s why.
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