— Kreacher was an experiment of Mother Nature gone slightly awry, but he's still deserving of love.
— Two years ago he was crawling around on his elbows, but the miracle crawls no more.
— Despite having three legs, Norman Bates still manages to surprise us with his cat skills.
— He was mistaken for a feral until he showed his love for people, but his health problems continue.
— Though he suffered severe burns, Russell's recovery has gone well. Let's see how he's doing!
— He rules his Portuguese kingdom with only one eye and no ears, and he is loved by all.
— Look at these pictures of Fabio Gato Negro and his underbite -- behold the fangs of mystery!
— Yoga is partially paralyzed, and Trip has cerebellar hypoplasia, but they're clearly still cats at heart.
— Rescued from deplorable conditions, Buzz the Persian had such a matted coat it had to be shaved off. Now he's growing his fuzz back in a loving home.
— Found wandering, starving, and matted, Princess Katalina is restored to her royal state and rules a forever family.
— She has a wheelchair but can still be a cat with the best of them. These photos show how.
— Born feral and having suffered a botched eye surgery, the little orange cat has a second chance.
— He suffers from a chronic feline upper respiratory infection, and so do I. Here's to all the URI kitties!
— Despite multiple pessimistic prognoses, Lennie the polydactyl continues to cheat death.
— Fremsley was the victim of severe abuse at a young age -- now she's fighting for a good life.
— He lost his ears to neglect and his home to a baby, but now is a bit of a fashion plate.
— She was Fangsy's mysterious lover until her snaggletooth beauty took her to center stage.
— Like Egyptian queen Nefertiti, she was born with a "damaged" eye -- but it possesses greatness.
— After a devastating fire, Russell was missing for four days until someone heard a kitty cry for help.
— Shadow the cat had a leg and some toes amputated, but that doesn't stop her from doing what other cats can do: being ridiculously cute.
— She looks like a squirrel, but she's really a kitten -- and she's also our Monday Miracle, Kanga.
— An weed-whacker accident left him a double amputee at four days old, but youth saved him.
— A vet volunteered to perform surgery on lucky Lucius, who otherwise faced euthanasia.
— He was hit by a car, pelted with rocks, and abandoned twice before his current adoption.
— She's a reminder why we need to look after our pets during these frigid temperatures.
— See photos of his many expressions, including "crazy cat," Elvis, and Miley Cyrus.
— Duke has had feline leukemia since birth, but he's now living the rest of his days in peace and happiness.
— Pirate suffered a horrible injury right after he was born, but he still walks tall.
— In 2013, we started our weekly Monday Miracle column on Catster. Let's take a look at five of the best miracles from this year.
— What makes a cat "Christmas-eyed?" Read the story of our Monday Miracle Lili to find out.