— Her owner is raising money to help the Norwegian Forest Cat, who spent six hours in the smoldering building.
— “When we take in a cat, we take in a cat for life," says the founder. "All cats are adoptable -- if someone comes in and wants to adopt."
— I met her when I volunteered at a Humane Society in Minnesota, and even years later she remembered details about the cats I'd adopted.
— Thanks to its many eco-friendly features, the no-kill shelter in Chicago achieved top certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.
— “She is a sweet cat,” her caretaker says. “She will push her head into your hand as you pet her little ears. And her purr, oh my, she can get so loud."
— I adopted my cat, Tulip, here. Now I want to help it raise money so it can continue saving cats.
— On this Canary Island a rescue group called 9 Lives Lanzarote conducts TNR and basic vet services.
— Ted may look different, but she's just like any other cat -- and she's ready to find her forever family.
— A population of prison kitties has been keeping South African inmates company for decades.
— The 1.5-pound kitten is a survivor, and we’re glad, because, well, LOOK AT THAT FACE!
— Squamous-cell carcinoma has disfigured this ginger tabby's face, but his soul is perfect.
— For 15 years Michele Hoffman has rescued and guaranteed life for cats with various disabilities.
— An upper respiratory infection, swollen left eye, and broken leg nearly did her in, but her foster mom reports that she gets stronger by the day.
— "That little one-pound being made us all better versions of ourselves," says his foster mom.
— For 15 years, Specialty Purebred Cat Rescue has facilitated cat adoption in and around Wisconsin.
— The group seeks to spay, neuter, and care for feral cat colonies -- particularly those with disabilities.
— Love for their feline soulmates inspired the formation of Diabetic Cats in Need, which helps cats who would otherwise be euthanized.
— He's making slow but unmistakable progress, and with antibiotics and surgery, he might walk again.
— Her owner says the black cat should have died at least five times, but Batgirl never got the memo.
— The young cat was doused with accelerant and torched. Since his rescue, he's had quite a year.
— The extent of human brutality can be confounding, but animals’ amazing capacity to overcome this senseless cruelty wins every time.
— Out in the country, people face different challenges, and the same goes for cats -- especially cats who've been abandoned.
— The Kansas City-based clothing company donates 25 percent of all proceeds to animal rescue.
— Through his blog, Bagheera chronicles his life and also raises awareness about other cats in need.
— Bug was born with radial hypoplasia, but he's adapted and he's perfect, simple as that.
— Seeing sick ones led the women to shelter, feed, rehome, and spay/neuter more than 20 cats.
— He was found in the streets, sick and alone. Now he’s healthy and looking for his forever home.
— Purina and environmental group Evergreen build a rooftop garden for shelter cats and kittens.
— FBI stands for "Found by Internet." The Ohio group has handled more than 39,000 reports.
— In shelters, comfortable pets are happy pets, and happy pets are more likely to be adopted.