— 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.
— Her burlesque artist mom says she is baffling everyone with her comeback from hypothermia.
— Taking in a mama cat and her litter not only gives them a place to live, it can also save their lives.
— This rescue cat's box-hopping antics are all the more impressive considering his limited sight.
— My challenge to the world: Let's make cats more trendy and hip, and expand adoption beyond shelters and into more places people go.
— More tigers live in captivity than are left in the wild, and many must endure horrible conditions.
— This small group gets big results -- in a year, it has done trap-neuter-return on more than 1,000 cats.
— She has only 3 fully formed legs because of a birth defect, she's named after an "Adventure Time" character -- and she's a terror on tissue rolls.
— When we're looking to adopt a cat, the outgoing cats always seem to win while the quiet ones languish. What can we do to change that?
— Water on the brain can't stop her from being cute -- or a voice for other special-needs pets.
— Steven Liu runs the center out of his apartment in Brooklyn, but he needs help to keep it going.
— Some medicines and therapies require no prescription -- sometimes the best ones are right in your local animal shelter.
— Kreacher was an experiment of Mother Nature gone slightly awry, but he's still deserving of love.
— News of her efforts in Seattle got her stalked, but it didn't stop her from opening the shelter.
— She entered my life on Independence Day with an antidote for loneliness I didn't know I needed.
— Since adopting one (and ultimately six) cats, I feel happier and more content than I was before -- my cats are now members of my family.
— The cat with a cleft palate has done great work, visiting schools to teach kids about disabilities.
— Elizabeth and Joshua Chase thought their foster cat had gone to a good home, but he hadn't -- he ended up living on the street.
— Persian cats may be high maintenance, but this rescue group knows they're worth the fuss.
— Volunteering has become a wonderful part of my life -- here's what I've learned in the process.
— 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.
— This Dallas nonprofit group considers personalities of cats and families in adoption.
— Studies have found that most of the people who abandon or surrender their animals are under 30.