— His was among the worst cruelty cases one shelter had ever seen, but his heart doesn't show it.
— Much like a high school class or a workplace, a shelter has several types; let's meet them.
— It offers overnight accommodations as well as animal-centric programs including adoption.
— She's making a miraculous recovery thanks to the Fur-Ever Home Rescue organization.
— I adopted a cat from a shelter, but I never say I rescued him; I don't want to take away from the true rescuers who made the effort to save his life.
— In Humane Lobby Days, the Humane Society of the U.S. visits state capitols to train people to work with legislators on laws related to animals.
— There are right and wrong ways to use social media to help cats; too many people do it wrong.
— These kittens, who each have only one eye, have bonded to form a dynamic and playful duo.
— He was found outdoors dragging himself behind his mom and siblings; now he's up for adoption.
— Until his passing last week, Mr. Magoo had a penchant for painting at a California shelter. Now two blind kittens are picking up where he left off.
— Found Animals will give $2,500 grants to five groups using the hashtag on Facebook this month.
— After being used for target practice, this cat lost a back leg but is looking for a new home.
— Cats play dogs in a football game to illustrate the need for spay/neuter in a moving commercial by the Lucy Pet Foundation to air during Kitten Bowl.
— A resort I visited in Mexico offers tourists a cat fix by caring for local strays on site, and I've since learned that other resorts do the same thing.
— A black-and-white rescue cat has a telltale back-stripe; shelter staff call him Pepe LeMew.
— As the #GrumpyTownUSA Contest winner, the city got to have her at the ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society mobile adoption center on Saturday.
— An infection cost him his sight, but now he lives in Oregon with six other cats and two dogs.
— I see many kids forced to find homes for cats on short notice, but having a pet can teach important lessons and bring parents and teens closer.
— Meow Parlour was designed around the cats. We take a look at how well they have it.
— She seeks a forever home -- she just needs a fashion-friendly owner with a delicate touch.
— Basically my entire means of how I make a living was either in a pool of water or being rained on.
— Oskar became an web sensation in 2011 as a kitten. Here's a photo update on how he's doing.
— Joan was rushed to hospice, leaving Isis stranded in her apartment; a group of people worked to reunite them and find Isis a new home.
— See a video of this cat adopted from an overseas rescue group enjoying the great outdoors.
— Feline groovy: Hanging out with Emilie Legrand and the cats up for adoption in Meow Parlour.
— When I'm overwhelmed by the issues surrounding cat welfare, I remind myself of these things.
— This cutie-pie was adopted with only her back legs, but then vets discovered part of a third.
— At Mew to You, patrons can shop for merchandise and also see cats and kittens up for adoption.
— One cat rescued her owner from a fire, while another modeled for a book that helps other cats.
— Some shelters run special foster programs to give elderly and special-needs cats a loving home. Next time I have a vacancy, I'm signing up.