— Scotland continues to celebrate charismatic redheads -- this one just happens to be a cat.
— Firefighters may not rescue cats in trees anymore, but burning buildings? That's another story.
— Meet Laurie Cinotto, who runs a kitten foster home, then enter to win a copy of her new book.
— The no-kill, nonprofit rescue group proves that senior pets still have a lifetime of love to give.
— His superhero hearing makes up for the loss of his vision (and when I say "superhero," I mean he has his own tiny kitty costume).
— One of his owners is a children's illustrator who is now including a lot more cats in her artwork.
— Liem works around the clock to rescue the street animals of Bandung and manages a cat sanctuary.
— Owner Christina Randolph says McLovin is a healthy and happy cat -- and he's still growing!
— Using video and social media we aim to build a community around pet rescue and adoption.
— We talk to Steven Liu, founder of the home that took in the New York City subway kittens.
— The two little orange cats, Tango and Cash, are now thriving in their forever home.
— One of the region's few cat-only vets strives to keep cats healthy -- and to help them find forever homes.
— Toni Sestak planned to foster kittens for a year -- 15 years later, her rescue has saved thousands.
— An accident cost the cat use of his back legs, but a woman soon stepped in to give him daily care.
— "If they’re sleeping on the same couch next to each other, you can always see one little paw reaching over to touch the other cat. I think they really comfort each other."
— Cat lover Lt. Barbara Balanzoni faces prison time for saving the life of a pregnant cat and her kittens.
— This year we've met a lot of amazing people working to help cats in all sorts of ways.
— The kitten was trapped so high up in the branches that the only way he could have gotten there was to be literally blown into the tree.
— If you fall into any of these creative niches, chances are your talents are needed!
— After the death of her dog, Beth plunged into kitty fostering in a big way -- and even roped her husband Howard into the act.
— Each day we revisit 2013's most notable felines. Today's involves a feat of heroic swimming.
— Someone inflicted horrific abuse on Elizabeth the cat, but the world gave back care and compassion.
— The Arkansas cat survived homelessness and bone cancer to become a local TV news star.
— Her owner is raising money to help the Norwegian Forest Cat, who spent six hours in the smoldering building.
— “When we take in a cat, we take in a cat for life," says the founder. "All cats are adoptable -- if someone comes in and wants to adopt."
— I met her when I volunteered at a Humane Society in Minnesota, and even years later she remembered details about the cats I'd adopted.
— Thanks to its many eco-friendly features, the no-kill shelter in Chicago achieved top certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.
— “She is a sweet cat,” her caretaker says. “She will push her head into your hand as you pet her little ears. And her purr, oh my, she can get so loud."
— I adopted my cat, Tulip, here. Now I want to help it raise money so it can continue saving cats.
— On this Canary Island a rescue group called 9 Lives Lanzarote conducts TNR and basic vet services.