— Mr. Fluffy Pants "has his own bedroom," the singer says, adding she "just couldn't leave him."
— We recently lost our cat, Leela, so we're not ready to adopt yet, but when we do, we have a plan.
— I always help out when I can, unless I feel guilt-tripped or overwhelmed by negativity.
— "That little one-pound being made us all better versions of ourselves," says his foster mom.
— After being hit by a car, Simhasana is back to her old self but seeks a forever home. See the video.
— For 15 years, Specialty Purebred Cat Rescue has facilitated cat adoption in and around Wisconsin.
— After stopping subway trains in their tracks, August and Arthur are recovering in Brooklyn.
— Not every job is cleaning cages. Here are ways people of various talents can help save cats' lives.
— On my last day as a shelter volunteer before my big move, I said goodbye to many sweet kitties.
— Here's a hint: Rescue groups keep rescuing, trying to find homes for all the other cats in their care.
— In my opinion, they’re unenforceable, drain public money, and in some cases increase rates of euthanasia.
— I got hurt pretty bad on two occasions, but now I can see past myself and to what matters more.
— Purina and environmental group Evergreen build a rooftop garden for shelter cats and kittens.
— Transporting cats between shelters is about saving lives above all else. What do you think?
— A personal experience with a cat who has feline diabetes made me cat crusader. Has something similar happened to you?
— In shelters, comfortable pets are happy pets, and happy pets are more likely to be adopted.
— The kitty with disabilities cares for the kittens while staff promotes spay/neuter in south Texas.
— Forgotten Felines of Maine, which has saved hundreds of cats, speaks on the health and adoption potential of the now-famous tortie.
— I believe mama cats do grieve -- and I also believe miracles happen. What's your experience?
— Was it a case of crazypants, greed, or misguided advocacy? We hope it's not something worse.
— “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.
— When Blackie climbed up and snuggled into my neck, it was an adoption interview. I got the job.
— I first heard about Samuel from my fellow Catster columnist Dorian, who helps transport cats from high-kill shelters in her south Florida home to safety in the north.
— Your dream kitty is in a shelter halfway across the country. Here's how to get him home to you.
— PETA kills almost every animal it rescues, but that’s not the only issue I have with the group.
— A Michigan task force seeks to confine a boundless concept. How will this affect shelter populations?
— It's all about marketing, people! Now let's start moving more kitties into more good homes.
— There's a lot more to do than just fostering.
— The group, consisting of four sister organizations, came together with a mission to save lives.
— If you care for feral cats, consider a TNR mission to keep the population in check.