— When a hoarder leaves a home, the animals they leave behind multiply.
— We chat with Sandra Soroka about Buzz, who lived with 39 dogs and needed an extreme haircut.
— The gray kitten, rescued from animal control and battling incontinence, wears her diaper with pride.
— Today is National Feral Cat Day; this Oregon nonprofit group finds barns, wineries, stables and other structures where cats are needed.
— National Feral Cat Day is about increasing public awareness and improving treatment of feral cats. Get your education right here.
— Lily strutted up and down the catwalk at a benefit for the Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals.
— Her curious look is nonetheless lovable, so she helps raise awareness of special-needs-cats.
— He's now known as Burtie The Tripod Kitty, and he gets around just fine in his new home.
— My friends and I headed to upstate New York to meet sheep, turkeys, goats -- and yes, cats.
— The long-haired beauty also starred in his own children's book detailing his escape from the lab.
— We chat with founder Leo Grillo, whose sanctuary in Los Angeles is among the largest in the world.
— De Poezenboot is Holland's one-and-only water-borne kitty rescue center. Let's take a tour.
— The TV and radio presenter is legendary, but his sidekick is getting the attention now.
— These pictures show our favorites from an exhibit called Giving Shelter organized by Fix Nation.
— Anne and husband Wil of "Star Trek" fame live with two rescue cats, and their fundraising efforts include a Celebrity Pet Adoption Calendar.
— Kittens and healthy adult cats have it pretty easy when it comes to finding adopters, so that's why I'm making a vow to the "broken" cats out there.
— She was alone and wounded at just two days old; we chat with her caretaker about her recovery.
— I knew right away Lily and Snow needed their ear tips amputated; here's advice on how to prevent and treat squamous cell carcinoma.
— September is National Preparedness Month. Here's how you can prepare yourself and your cat for the unpredictability of an earthquake.
— This week's miracle is a kitty uses acupuncture (and a toy monkey) to manage his condition.
— He was found blind from a head trauma, but now he's living it up in front of the camera.
— The youngster was rescued by Long Way Home Adoptables; now he's healthy and has a home.
— His friends at the Beagle Freedom Program helped rescue him from the suffering of animal testing.
— Cassidy passed away from Manx syndrome, and money left in his charitable fund has helped Tiana and Abbie, two cats with deformed back legs.
— Alex Greenshpun found a litter of kittens, nursed them back to health, then took adorable pictures.
— We chat with Stephanie Martinez-Peres about how rescue kittens are helping to rehabilitate inmates at the Gwinnett County Detention Center.
— Mr. Miles went from a battered street cat to a Facebook superstar, becoming the first FIV-positive kitty at Ingrid's Haven.
— A UK agency believes it's happening, so I offer tips on how to better photograph your black cat.
— She does feral rescue including trap-neuter-return while looking after abandoned cats and being an advocate with city officials and police.
— The rescue group pays tribute at its yearly award show; see videos and photos of the cats who won.
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