A ginger kitty helping soldiers guard their camp in Afghanistan.
“Tower Cheetah helping me guard my camp in Afghanistan. He was probably the most spoiled cat in the camp. This tower had around a platoon of 40 or so guys that rotated through when on guard duty and keep him company,” said Bhas via reddit.
“The camp was a Canadian camp that stationed a company plus sized group.” Tower Cheetah made his home there. “He definitely helped pass the time and always cuddled up to you at night. He also personally defended the tower and attacked a camel spider that was invading our tower,” he added.
They named him Tower Cheetah.
“He helped me guard his tower/camp/his home for most of the year.”
The tower is his.
“Absorbing the heat from the heater in front.”
“He definitely helped pass the time and always cuddled up to you at night.”
Photos via imgur.
It’s clear that these two are inseparable. The hug says it all .
A litter of orphan kittens are now in good hands. Not only are they being cared for by their foster humans, but also they have found a new furry dad who treats them like his own.
Bentley is a therapy dog who was also a rescue just like the kittens. He grooms the babies, keeps them warm and comfortable and even lets them nurse on him.
The kittens think Bentley is their dad and are very attached to him. Bentley on the other hand is very protective of his kittens and always has so much patience for them. It’s beautiful to see how much love they have for one another.
This orphan kitten and his siblings have found a new furry dad – Bentley the dog.
Bentley is a certified therapy dog and a rescue himself. He takes to the kittens like his own.
The kittens are very attached to their canine buddy.
And Bentley is very protective of his kittens.
He’s become the dad they never had.
Photos by praline3001.
Goldi the stray became family to the US soldiers deployed in an area of Afghanistan. She came into their office and laid herself down in a container as if it was where she belonged. “No one messed with her and let her stay. When she decided to get up it was like she lived there her whole life, she took the place over and has been with us ever since. Now when people enter the maintenance bays she greets them as if to show off her new home,” Goldi’s rescuer wrote via Nowzad.
Goldi was a loving fixture at the office and got along well with everyone she came across. She gave the soldiers comfort and a sense of home. They knew they had to get her out of the country to a place where she would be safe and loved.
After Goldi’s story was posted on the web, many generous donations quickly trickled in. With the help from these wonderful donors, Nowzad, a rescue group that is dedicated to saving stray animals in Afghanistan, was able to arrange a trip to send Goldi to her home in the US.
Just recently Goldi moved into her new home in Arkansas and is now one happy and contented kitty who is very loved and spoiled rotten by her humans.
Goldi the stray became family and a loving fixture to the US soldiers deployed in an area of Afghanistan.
She came into their office and laid herself down in a container as if it was where she belonged. She gave the soldiers comfort and a sense of home. They knew they had to get her out of the country to a place where she would be safe and loved.
Just recently Goldi moved into her new home in Arkansas.
This is Goldi saying “Thank you” to her human.
Photos via Nowzad. Follow them on Facebook.
A Persian stray cat with a grumpy face was found wandering streets in North Carolina. The fierce looking kitty is called Captain Jack who seems to have a permanently angry face.
The New Hanover Sheriff’s Office Animal Services Unit wrote via Facebook: “This intense fellow is looking to find his forever family! We’re not sure he’s really thrilled with us at the moment because when he came to us he was really matted so we had to shave off his fur. Once his fur grows back, we think he’ll be feeling more like the Persian royalty he knows he is! This great cat is 2 years old and was found as a stray. He’s got a loving personality.”
Once the photo was posted on Facebook, many people became interested in adopting this striking looking kitty.
Finally on March 4, the cat was adopted. “We’re so happy he has found a loving home,” the shelter said.
A Persian stray cat with a grumpy face was found wandering streets in North Carolina.
The fierce looking kitty is called Captain Jack who seems to have a permanently angry face.
Finally on March 4, the cat was adopted.
“I am adopted! This is my happy face!”
Source: Daily Mail.
When the fluffy one starts popping bubbles, it is too cute for words!
When Kodi demands petting, his human dad can do nothing but pet him all day. He’s like a hypnotist: “Watch my paws and you will pet meeee….”