— Here are 6 ways my sweet and scrappy Ghost Cat is different that what I expected.
— I brought a feral cat living in my garage on a cross-country move; it took great determination.
— Born feral and having suffered a botched eye surgery, the little orange cat has a second chance.
— Meet Laurie Cinotto, who runs a kitten foster home, then enter to win a copy of her new book.
— He suffers from a chronic feline upper respiratory infection, and so do I. Here's to all the URI kitties!
— The no-kill, nonprofit rescue group proves that senior pets still have a lifetime of love to give.
— His superhero hearing makes up for the loss of his vision (and when I say "superhero," I mean he has his own tiny kitty costume).
— Despite multiple pessimistic prognoses, Lennie the polydactyl continues to cheat death.
— "If they’re mangy, broken, or sick, I want them," says Wayward Whiskers founder Sherry Pfau.
— My adopted calico girl Phoenix started off as a foster, and I do not feel like a failure for loving this silly cat more than I should.
— Fremsley was the victim of severe abuse at a young age -- now she's fighting for a good life.
— I named him Reek because of the foul stench he carried from the hoard. Then things got better.
— This Ohio shelter knows that special-needs cats are often the last ones adopted and first euthanized.
— I ask about running the business, dealing with animals, and the fundraising campaign.
— He lost his ears to neglect and his home to a baby, but now is a bit of a fashion plate.
— One of his owners is a children's illustrator who is now including a lot more cats in her artwork.
— Liem works around the clock to rescue the street animals of Bandung and manages a cat sanctuary.
— I’ve learned this about my fellow belly dancers: The majority of us are dedicated cat ladies.
— Two rural vet clinics talk about how they deal with the unplanned expense of rescue and adoption.
— She was Fangsy's mysterious lover until her snaggletooth beauty took her to center stage.
— Give me your ancient, your one-eyed, your FIVers yearning to purr free!
— Like Egyptian queen Nefertiti, she was born with a "damaged" eye -- but it possesses greatness.
— "It's pretty feral. You still want it?" asked the bodega owner who held the angry, screaming kitten against the snow with a gloved hand.
— Using video and social media we aim to build a community around pet rescue and adoption.
— KitTea will be a Zen-like place where people can relax, hang out with cats, and yes, drink tea.
— We talk to Steven Liu, founder of the home that took in the New York City subway kittens.
— I imagine the reception that Dad received in Heaven was filled with barks and purrs, whinnies and moos, and even some chirps and screeches.
— After a devastating fire, Russell was missing for four days until someone heard a kitty cry for help.
— Fundraising ideas to benefit animal-related organization don't have to be major undertakings.
— Shadow the cat had a leg and some toes amputated, but that doesn't stop her from doing what other cats can do: being ridiculously cute.