— Some organizations present themselves as hopeful while others are despairing. Which is right?
— This year we've met a lot of amazing people working to help cats in all sorts of ways.
— "That little one-pound being made us all better versions of ourselves," says his foster mom.
— For 15 years, Specialty Purebred Cat Rescue has facilitated cat adoption in and around Wisconsin.
— The young cat was doused with accelerant and torched. Since his rescue, he's had quite a year.
— These tees use cool artwork to benefit cat rescue efforts. That sounds pretty good to us!
— Forgotten Felines of Maine, which has saved hundreds of cats, speaks on the health and adoption potential of the now-famous tortie.
— We believed she was adopting out cats. She wasn't. No one was prepared for what we found.
— People come in the store for used clothing or craft supplies -- and they leave with a new cat.
— He crawled under the hood of a car to escape the cold. His forever family has helped him recover.
— The story is heartbreaking. But it's also a glimpse into the incredible support system the cat rescue community has.
— It's all about marketing, people! Now let's start moving more kitties into more good homes.
— Twenty miles into his journey, a guy finds a lost kitty and puts his bike's saddlebag to good use.
— The vet said she’s not broken; she was simply born that way.
— Cyclops was a mangy mess who turned out to be a beautiful Maine Coon. I couldn't leave him to die.
— 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.
— The cat-conscious website offers a cool deal for those looking to donate cat toys to their favorite shelter.
— After a landmark case, pet food, medicines, vet bills, and carriers can all be deducted.
— The actress made famous in Hitchcock films has been an advocate for wild animals -- and an opponent of breeders and traffickers for 30 years.
— After a devastating fire and an outpouring of support, the Hudson, NY, shelter is raising money.
— I love happy endings, so here’s a roundup of my favorite feel-good stories of the year that involve cats.
— We met on the street near a nightclub. She was a Maine Coon, and we spent 20 years together.
— Turkey contains some 2 million strays; the group finds them homes around the world.
— When their former owner dropped Bella and Blue off at a shelter, all we could provide was love.
— Kitten Associates' "Kitties for Kids" program lets youngsters cuddle with furry residents.
— The goofy looking kitty tames the PARTY HARD rock star on the topic of donating to shelters.
— Rescued kitties sometimes have real problems. Here's my experience with Rumi, my Persian.
— You've heard it before: “Don’t breed or buy while shelter cats die!” But I think that mindset does more harm than good. What about you?
— Thanks to a U.S. rescue group, the stray named Snowflake makes a safe, soft landing.
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