— My friends and I headed to upstate New York to meet sheep, turkeys, goats -- and yes, cats.
— News of her efforts in Seattle got her stalked, but it didn't stop her from opening the shelter.
— The cat with a cleft palate has done great work, visiting schools to teach kids about disabilities.
— If you fall into any of these creative niches, chances are your talents are needed!
— I adopted my cat, Tulip, here. Now I want to help it raise money so it can continue saving cats.
— Ted may look different, but she's just like any other cat -- and she's ready to find her forever family.
— For 15 years Michele Hoffman has rescued and guaranteed life for cats with various disabilities.
— Out in the country, people face different challenges, and the same goes for cats -- especially cats who've been abandoned.
— I thought I was the queen of pilling cats, but I ate a few slices of humble pie when I did my first shift as a med tech at my favorite cat shelter.
— 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.
— I regularly shoot photos of shelter animals, and take it from me: Cats really know how to model.
— The affectionate feral colony at the picturesque bay gets tender care from a team of volunteers.
— This kitten with a cleft palate may just be able to teach others about animals (and people) with disabilities.
— The moment his adoptive mom saw Mr. Magoo, she knew she had to save him. It wasn't easy.
— The Georgia rescue is the only no-kill, no-cage facility in the region.
— The people of Whiskers Animal Benevolent League list the benefits of adopting FIV+ cats.
— The fit feline helps Canada's Fredericton SPCA raise awareness about diet and exercise for cats.
— The architects consulted with cat-colony experts and caretakers to build the structures.
— A New York group called the Guardians of Rescue offers expert tips.
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