— This stray walked into my life. That was my Christmas gift. Soon after, I got a birthday gift.
— The intense bond we shared is growing weaker by the day, but I'm a better person for the experience.
— The kitty with disabilities cares for the kittens while staff promotes spay/neuter in south Texas.
— Forgotten Felines of Maine, which has saved hundreds of cats, speaks on the health and adoption potential of the now-famous tortie.
— The longhaired cat was a part of our family. The call saying it was time for her to go came too soon.
— Artists built the small city for an adoption event. The structures were cool -- and the cats adorable.
— It's kitten season, and that's a busy time of year for the group based in San Francisco.
— Your child's age is important when bringing a cat into your family, but that's not where it ends.
— The long-hair's "lion cut" makes her look like a mutant stuffed animal, but staff at Purebreds Plus Cat Rescue say she's a sweetie despite it all.
— “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.
— We believed she was adopting out cats. She wasn't. No one was prepared for what we found.
— 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.
— Adoption is like a marriage, “for better or for worse, until death do us part,” not just until the cat scratches your furniture.
— People come in the store for used clothing or craft supplies -- and they leave with a new cat.
— Your dream kitty is in a shelter halfway across the country. Here's how to get him home to you.
— When you get into cat rescue, nobody tells you about the crazies. Or how they might stalk you on your birthday.
— Once again it’s kitten season, and shelters need your help keeping moms and babies safe.
— Northern cat shelters have kitten waiting lists. Southern ones have a surplus. Here's my plan.
— How far out of your comfort zone would you go to help cat rescue efforts?
— Sure, kittens are cute and fuzzy and irresistible, but I implore you: Resist!
— The Georgia rescue is the only no-kill, no-cage facility in the region.
— The story is heartbreaking. But it's also a glimpse into the incredible support system the cat rescue community has.
— It's all about marketing, people! Now let's start moving more kitties into more good homes.
— It’s a spoof site, of course, but it could become something amazing for cats and humans.
— The vet said she’s not broken; she was simply born that way.
— The group, consisting of four sister organizations, came together with a mission to save lives.
— Lauren von Krusenstiern taught her kids about responsibility and compassion through fostering.
— No, seriously. I recently started supporting the very places I had always despised.
— They were tiny and starving little cats, struggling to survive on the streets. To make a long story short, I couldn't leave without them.
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