— The pioneering TNR group prepares for a Staten Island project involving more than 1,000 cats.
— Annika Glover donated her Make-A-Wish grant to P.A.W.S., and she also fosters cats at home.
— Feral and stray cats helped clean the city in Puerto Rico of rats, but they were later seen as the problem; along came Save A Gato to help.
— "Bacons and Other Stuff" celebrates "cat logic" and food; part of the proceeds go to the Paw Project.
— We chat with Sandra Soroka about Buzz, who lived with 39 dogs and needed an extreme haircut.
— Today is National Feral Cat Day; this Oregon nonprofit group finds barns, wineries, stables and other structures where cats are needed.
— My friends and I headed to upstate New York to meet sheep, turkeys, goats -- and yes, cats.
— We chat with founder Leo Grillo, whose sanctuary in Los Angeles is among the largest in the world.
— De Poezenboot is Holland's one-and-only water-borne kitty rescue center. Let's take a tour.
— Her diligent action saved herself and Craig Jeeves from a blaze engulfing their house in Melbourne.
— He was found blind from a head trauma, but now he's living it up in front of the camera.
— We chat with Stephanie Martinez-Peres about how rescue kittens are helping to rehabilitate inmates at the Gwinnett County Detention Center.
— Mr. Miles went from a battered street cat to a Facebook superstar, becoming the first FIV-positive kitty at Ingrid's Haven.
— She does feral rescue including trap-neuter-return while looking after abandoned cats and being an advocate with city officials and police.
— The rescue group pays tribute at its yearly award show; see videos and photos of the cats who won.
— More tigers live in captivity than are left in the wild, and many must endure horrible conditions.
— This small group gets big results -- in a year, it has done trap-neuter-return on more than 1,000 cats.
— News of her efforts in Seattle got her stalked, but it didn't stop her from opening the shelter.
— The cat with a cleft palate has done great work, visiting schools to teach kids about disabilities.
— Elizabeth and Joshua Chase thought their foster cat had gone to a good home, but he hadn't -- he ended up living on the street.
— This Dallas nonprofit group considers personalities of cats and families in adoption.
— The no-kill rescue group has had phenomenal adoption success -- each year, approximately 500 cats are rescued and adopted to new families.
— Despite the cat's shocking appearance, Tyrone's owners never gave up on him.
— “The center allows them to decompress in a quiet, loving environment that feels like they're back in a home,” co-founder Amanda Wilson says.
— Cassie Carganilla promised a sick kitten she’d honor his memory by rescuing as many cats as she could. So far, she’s saved hundreds.
— The store provides funds so volunteers can help the cats, dogs, and people who need it most.
— National Hot Rod Association champion driver Ashley Force Hood shares her life with two cats, Simba and Gizmo -- they hang out at the track with her!
— A generous donation will soon allow the group to help 60 cats at a time to get the help they need to find their forever homes.
— Scotland continues to celebrate charismatic redheads -- this one just happens to be a cat.
— Firefighters may not rescue cats in trees anymore, but burning buildings? That's another story.
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