— Handicats have issues like amputation, blindness, deafness, and cerebellar hypoplasia. Let's meet some of these special kittes and celebrate them!
— Colonel Meow was taken from us far too soon. But we, his minions at Catster HQ, will never forget.
— A post on the famous cat's Facebook page reports the fierce feline passed away in the night, and it's a sad day for Catster and cat-lovers.
— Giving a cat we called "Grimy" a dignified end illustrates not only the staggering number of feral cats but also the callous attitude that prevails.
— Deciding whether to bring the black kitten permanently into my apartment with my current cat was just as emotional as rescuing her.
— It can be a little difficult for some of us to feel the holiday cheer, but I think this will warm even the Grinchiest of hearts.
— She had beautiful striped legs and icy blue eyes, but her inner spirit and sweetness exceeded that.
— My story doesn't have a happy ending, but I want to share it so others will know help is available.
— His foster mom says his time might be short, but at least he's loved in his new life. See the video
— I met her when I volunteered at a Humane Society in Minnesota, and even years later she remembered details about the cats I'd adopted.
— Earlier this week Colonel Meow was admitted to the hospital with a mysterious ailment. He's showing positive signs but is still in danger.
— "We knew the final gift we had to give Jazz was finding the grace, beauty, and dignity of letting him go."
— I have been fostering kittens for nearly 10 years, but the past few weeks have cut me to the bone.
— I didn't think my life could get any sadder -- until it started to get happier.
— I want to remember the amazing cat you are, were, and will always be. I want to keep you present in my heart. So I'm writing this letter.
— Jackson traveled with us in Europe and was a favorite among friends. He had litter box problems in his old age. Here's how we helped him.
— I believe mama cats do grieve -- and I also believe miracles happen. What's your experience?
— As you near the end of your life, here are some things to take with you from our time together.
— “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.
— Images of Mrs. Missao, 85, and her cat Fukumaru illlustrate the love we share with our animals.
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