— The Arkansas cat survived homelessness and bone cancer to become a local TV news star.
— Peter Wolf of rescue group Best Friends talks about the study and its outrageous recommendations.
— Fans of the hospitalized celebrity cat contribute this amount in less than 24 hours.
— His foster mom says his time might be short, but at least he's loved in his new life. See the video
— Fostering is only one way we and our kids can get that sugary sweet kitten experience without contributing to the overpopulation problem.
— 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.
— This is the season of giving, so here are some ways you can help less fortunate cats.
— Even if you can't bring a new pet into your home, there are plenty of ways you can help homeless animals this winter. Here are a few suggestions.
— Talk it up, people! We've asked mustachioed cats like Hamilton and Oki to host for us.
— I adopted my cat, Tulip, here. Now I want to help it raise money so it can continue saving cats.
— We don't advocate buying animals from pet shops EVER, but with an infection and flea infestation, little Cricket really needed a hero.
— Ted may look different, but she's just like any other cat -- and she's ready to find her forever family.
— It was started by the advocacy group Alley Cat Allies; look for an event happening in your area.
— Unmistakable joy pervaded the sanctuary filled with cats, dogs, rodents -- and even a fish.
— I always help out when I can, unless I feel guilt-tripped or overwhelmed by negativity.
— For 15 years Michele Hoffman has rescued and guaranteed life for cats with various disabilities.
— When my daughter is creating, her self-confidence is at its zenith. She completely focuses on the project at hand and makes her own decisions.
— Not every job is cleaning cages. Here are ways people of various talents can help save cats' lives.
— On my last day as a shelter volunteer before my big move, I said goodbye to many sweet kitties.
— Love for their feline soulmates inspired the formation of Diabetic Cats in Need, which helps cats who would otherwise be euthanized.
— It ups children's self-confidence and literacy while it calms cats and strengthens human-feline bonds.
— The next time you're looking to bring a new cat into your life, consider wisdom before youth.
— 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.
— Seeing sick ones led the women to shelter, feed, rehome, and spay/neuter more than 20 cats.
— Purina and environmental group Evergreen build a rooftop garden for shelter cats and kittens.
— When pet owners must choose between debt and death, this nonprofit group helps pay the bills.
— Of course, many times the kitty simply chooses you. My handsome Fred certainly did.