— “It takes a very special person to adopt a cat who is incontinent and needs round-the-clock care,” a shelter worker says. Bailey Maitland is that person.
— When Blackie climbed up and snuggled into my neck, it was an adoption interview. I got the job.
— I first heard about Samuel from my fellow Catster columnist Dorian, who helps transport cats from high-kill shelters in her south Florida home to safety in the north.
— Your dream kitty is in a shelter halfway across the country. Here's how to get him home to you.
— PETA kills almost every animal it rescues, but that’s not the only issue I have with the group.
— A Michigan task force seeks to confine a boundless concept. How will this affect shelter populations?
— It's all about marketing, people! Now let's start moving more kitties into more good homes.
— There's a lot more to do than just fostering.
— The group, consisting of four sister organizations, came together with a mission to save lives.
— If you care for feral cats, consider a TNR mission to keep the population in check.
— No, seriously. I recently started supporting the very places I had always despised.
— The Helen Woodward Animal Center program helps elderly and disabled people feed their pets.
— I now spend Saturday mornings cleaning up after cats -- I never thought I'd look forward to this!
— After a devastating fire and an outpouring of support, the Hudson, NY, shelter is raising money.
— When their former owner dropped Bella and Blue off at a shelter, all we could provide was love.
— The goofy looking kitty tames the PARTY HARD rock star on the topic of donating to shelters.
— You've heard it before: “Don’t breed or buy while shelter cats die!” But I think that mindset does more harm than good. What about you?
— I started this online toy and treat drive for animals a while back and would love if you joined us this year.
— Here's how to give your fosters -- and your resident cats -- the best care possible.
— A family tragedy inspired one cat rescuer to fly seven felines across the country.
— If you've got some extra cash to give this year, why not use it to better the life of a cat?
— Creative, ongoing fundraisers -- like holiday wines featuring kitties on the labels -- help this Kansas City-area rescue save homeless, orphaned, and special-needs cats.
— As the storm rolled in, Spencer Service saw a mother cat and a litter of newborns in an alley. He knew he had to do something.
— The Oakland-based group has fostered and found homes for more than 1,600 kitties.
— Petfinder's campaign for "unadoptables" starts Sept. 17.
— Alana Miller takes in blind cats from around the country, giving them a chance at happy lives. How many blind cats? At last count, 93.
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