— "We wonder if she even realizes she is hindered at all," says an SPCA official who helped her.
— The project features writers telling tales through the eyes of the cats they adopted.
— Kitten Rescue took on this "Little Saint," who is playful and affectionate during his recovery.
— He lived through the winter injured, then he was rescued by Tabby's Place cat sanctuary.
— Some schools have set up pet-friendly housing options that let students bring or foster animals.
— We love our cats, but if we let that love create divisions, it undermines larger rescue efforts.
— After a rough start, this tortie is learning to wobble through life with much success.
— Photographer Josh Norem of San Francisco takes "glamour shots" to help cats in need find homes.
— She was dumped on a doorstep, but Moony has found a forever home and a Facebook following.
— Richard Christianson didn't wait for authorities to help before taking on the rescue himself.
— Ray was born with a congenital eye defect, but he now gets through life with the help of Newton.
— No one loses in this campaign to raise money and awareness for special-needs pets.
— He was found frozen to a water meter; now he's done with rehab and has found a new home.
— Joan passed away early this week, but she got her dying wish of a safe home for her cat, and the outpouring of love she inspired will carry on.
— I flew from New York to California for Matty, and I believe it was meant to happen.
— The famed rescue (and full-service landscaper) wants a pet rock in every home (or flowerbed).
— The pet world is changing quickly, and we're changing with it -- to mark our transformation we declare this the first Take Your Rock to Work Day.
— I believe so: Being judgmental can impede good work that aims to create a better world for cats.
— Abuse gave this 10-year-old cat horrific injuries; now he's happy in a Maine Humane Society.
— "I've always adopted rescued pets. I'm adopted myself, so adoption is near and dear to my heart."
— The black rescue cat has cerebellar hypoplasia but is learning to zip around on four wheels.
— This Maine Coon rescue has a side job in making up cat-centric versions of pop songs.
— This 1-year-old victim of the polar vortex is on her way to recovery -- just minus a few toes.
— This spunky trooper lost the use of his back legs but is winning his own personal battle in life.
— I agree with backers: Increasing the limit from 3 to 5 will save cats lives and reduce euthanasia.
— This rescue with chromosomal abnormalities is leading the Crooked Cat movement.
— 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.
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