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Houston man saved three kittens and went back for the mom | ft. @LoveMeowdotcom

Love Meow on Twitter:

“Houston man saved 3 kittens from hurricane and went back to find their cat mama.”

 

Thank you, kind hooman, for being so good to catkind. You went above and beyond at a time of extreme need.

Without your help, those kittens would have probably drowned. Instead, they are safe and dry.

 

 

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Orange cat swims and rescues herself from Hurricane Harvey | ft. @www_news

WorldWide Weird News on Twitter:

“This cat swam out of its home in flooded Texas Harvey https://t.co/taIFcdGFou”

 

 

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Cat survival story: Kitty goes blind in a pet store, but finds a loving furever home

The Dodo on Twitter:

“This cat went blind from getting sick in a pet store — but she was rescued and now she’s obsessed with her family 😻 https://t.co/KP5Ml71JIW

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Tomorrow: “Helping Cats in Your Community” webinar 8/16 at 2 pm EDT

Alley Cat Allies on Twitter:

“Want to help cats? Don’t miss our “Helping Cats in Your Community” webinar this Wednesday, August 16 at 2 pm EDT! https://t.co/O1G5tJO4p6 https://t.co/mLUjqtzEpC

 

I know, hooman, you need motivation.

Luckily for you, Alley Cat Allies has all the cats you can watch without melting.

 

 

Even more motivation?

Ok, here we go. Remember that you can click on any picture and chat directly with Alley Cat Allies.

 

 

C’mon!

Help your local ferals.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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How far would you go for the cat of your dreams? 🐱❤️🚗

Cat content by cat people.

Bethy Campbell and her husband Casey Pettitt drove from Spokane, WA to Agape Fosters, in Iowa, to rescue Muffin.

Muffin is a gorgeous red tabby, whose previous owner could not keep him anymore.

Ms. Dianna Helmers, founder of Agape Fosters, was so moved by the couple’s four days drive to only pickup their new cat and return, that she prepared a spare room for the couple in her home, and invited them to spend the night. After all, the new family had to drive back home for another four days.

Muffin, the tabby, even cuddled up and watched TV with his new parents in a hotel room, on the way to kitty’s furever home, in Spokane, WA.

It’s great when cat stories have happy endings.

 

How much would you drive to pickup your dream cat?  

The estimated round trip made by this Spokane couple was 3,500 miles long.

My wife and I would probably go anywhere for the perfect cat. In fact, she loves red tabbies, and it’s possible that she will want one after reading this.

I know how exciting it must have been for them to travel to grow their family. Cats are wonderful companion animals, and it’s normal for people to cave in to their cuteness.

What makes a cat person?

Even some hardened people have a soft side when it comes to these wonderful creatures. It’s almost impossible to say no to them, because of their purrs, fuzzy coats, impossible adorable expressions and actions that lead us to see them as people.

They know how to get to us, and exploit their cuteness to perfection. How could you resist so much sweetness and love? We couldn’t.

 

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Could Picket The Cat Be Rescued From a Fence?

Could Picket the Cat be Rescued from a Fence?

Picket, who was given this name after the incident, was found dangling from a fence that had pierced her paw and caught her mid-jump. We can only imagine how traumatizing it must have been for this poor kitty.

Some of this distress was displayed during the initial approach of two caregivers: a cat lover who saw Picket, and an officer from the Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region, (HSPPR) who assisted them.

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When Picket was approached, she was terrified, which might have complicated the rescue effort. Luckily for Picket, she was looked after by professionals, with their minds and hearts focused on her recovery.

One of Picket’s toes had to be amputated, but the veterinarian staff at HSPPR was able to save her leg. The kitty is currently recovering and waiting for a forever home.

 

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