— As we recap 2014's most awesome felines, we turn to the unofficial feline mayor of Albufeira.
— Until his unfortunate demise, this plucky little Scottish cat followed in the hallowed paw-steps of the Glenturret Distillery's great mouser, Towser.
— A crowdfunding effort will help with surgery to remedy an ulcer for this one-eyed rescue cat.
— As we recap 2014's most awesome felines, we revisit a lovable special-needs double act.
— We recap 2014's most awesome felines; today is the case of a ginger cat who was shot with a rifle.
— As we recap 2014's most awesome felines, we praise the Internet's latest kitty overlord.
— As we recap 2014's most awesome felines, we start with a dinky charmer with water on the brain.
— This foster cat is getting love and care -- and wearing hats and bow ties -- at a Texas shelter.
— She's recovering from being dumped at a high-kill shelter and a bout of polycystic kidney disease.
— Catkins Animal Rescue of Wisconsin gave him a set of wheels, and he's seeking a forever home.
— This long-haired beauty was found abandoned by the roadside; now he helps other people recover.
— Other pets perished in the blaze, sadly, but Tortie was rescued in the wreckage after three days.
— Quasi the self-proclaimed "ugly cat" is gone, but her spirit will live on in efforts to raise money for less-adoptable, special-needs cats.
— This sweetheart of an orange tabby lives in a safe haven for other neglected cats and farm animals.
— While spreading the good word about animal rescue and compassion, this dinky kitty gets to meet the public and enjoy hugs.
— The gray kitten, rescued from animal control and battling incontinence, wears her diaper with pride.
— Her curious look is nonetheless lovable, so she helps raise awareness of special-needs-cats.
— He's now known as Burtie The Tripod Kitty, and he gets around just fine in his new home.
— The long-haired beauty also starred in his own children's book detailing his escape from the lab.
— She was alone and wounded at just two days old; we chat with her caretaker about her recovery.
— This week's miracle is a kitty uses acupuncture (and a toy monkey) to manage his condition.
— The youngster was rescued by Long Way Home Adoptables; now he's healthy and has a home.
— His friends at the Beagle Freedom Program helped rescue him from the suffering of animal testing.
— Cassidy passed away from Manx syndrome, and money left in his charitable fund has helped Tiana and Abbie, two cats with deformed back legs.
— Mr. Miles went from a battered street cat to a Facebook superstar, becoming the first FIV-positive kitty at Ingrid's Haven.
— Her burlesque artist mom says she is baffling everyone with her comeback from hypothermia.
— This rescue cat's box-hopping antics are all the more impressive considering his limited sight.
— She has only 3 fully formed legs because of a birth defect, she's named after an "Adventure Time" character -- and she's a terror on tissue rolls.
— Water on the brain can't stop her from being cute -- or a voice for other special-needs pets.
— The German cat has Down Syndrome-like symptoms, but that didn't stop her from rooting for her team in the 2014 World Cup.
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