— Richard Christianson didn't wait for authorities to help before taking on the rescue himself.
— Ray was born with a congenital eye defect, but he now gets through life with the help of Newton.
— He was found frozen to a water meter; now he's done with rehab and has found a new home.
— Walk? Ha! These cats get around by riding -- on a ram, a tortoise, or maybe a motorcycle.
— Joan passed away early this week, but she got her dying wish of a safe home for her cat, and the outpouring of love she inspired will carry on.
— The deaf cat with cerebellar hypoplasia is in the race to become the "meower" of San Antonio.
— Abuse gave this 10-year-old cat horrific injuries; now he's happy in a Maine Humane Society.
— This puffy Selkirk Rex is taking over the Internet with his no-nonsense glare and permanent scowl.
— The black rescue cat has cerebellar hypoplasia but is learning to zip around on four wheels.
— Did you know cats have "nose prints," and no two nose prints are the same?
— This spunky trooper lost the use of his back legs but is winning his own personal battle in life.
— This rescue with chromosomal abnormalities is leading the Crooked Cat movement.
— She's making a miraculous recovery thanks to the Fur-Ever Home Rescue organization.
— Because of hypertrichosis, Atchoum has a pretty serious facial hair situation; see the cute pictures.
— Until his passing last week, Mr. Magoo had a penchant for painting at a California shelter. Now two blind kittens are picking up where he left off.
— After being used for target practice, this cat lost a back leg but is looking for a new home.
— The child was left outside in a box in the freezing cold, and Masha jumped in to keep him warm.
— Kitties wearing clothes get a bad rap FUR REALS! It's not crazy to dress up your furkid!
— See a video of this cat adopted from an overseas rescue group enjoying the great outdoors.
— This cutie-pie was adopted with only her back legs, but then vets discovered part of a third.
— As we recap 2014's most awesome felines, we revisit a lovable special-needs double act.
— We recap 2014's most awesome felines; today is the case of a ginger cat who was shot with a rifle.
— She's recovering from being dumped at a high-kill shelter and a bout of polycystic kidney disease.
— Catkins Animal Rescue of Wisconsin gave him a set of wheels, and he's seeking a forever home.
— This long-haired beauty was found abandoned by the roadside; now he helps other people recover.
— Other pets perished in the blaze, sadly, but Tortie was rescued in the wreckage after three days.
— This sweetheart of an orange tabby lives in a safe haven for other neglected cats and farm animals.
— Philly Kitty Rescue suspects chewing on electrical cord caused severe mouth damage; you can help.
— It's the 15-year endeavor of a Minnesota man with Asperger's Syndrome.
— Her diligent action saved herself and Craig Jeeves from a blaze engulfing their house in Melbourne.
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