Rescue Kitten And His Husky Brother


A tiny rescue ginger kitten Robin was adopted by a Husky, who became the big brother he never had. This is the beautiful story of Robin and Nikko.

“Nikko (the Husky) stayed like this the whole first night I had Robin,” said the human dad via imgur.

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He never left his little kitten out of his sight.

husky dog and rescue ginger kitten

 The two became inseparable.

husky dog and rescue ginger kitten

Robin the kitten now has a forever home, a big protective Husky brother and a human dad to snuggle with.

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Photos via imgur.

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Panda The Sidewalk Kitten


A tiny spotted baby kitten was found curled alone on the sidewalk by a good Samaritan. “The woman gently scooped the kitten in her hands and rushed it to a veterinarian who fed him and found out that this little spotted kitten, who looked like a panda bear, was only one-week-old,” said Helen Woodward Animal Center.

The kitten was still a baby and needed round-the-clock care, so the woman called Helen Woodward Animal Center for help. The next day, she drove the kitten to the center. “Due to his special spots, we named him ‘Panda!'”

“Panda is now safely with an experienced foster volunteer who is keeping him fed and warm. Plus, Panda has a new ‘big brother’ to help keep watch! Meet Shadow, the foster’s dog, and he is very serious about making sure this kitten is safe and happy,” Helen Woodward added.

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Meet Panda, a tiny baby kitten found curled alone on the sidewalk.

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The day Panda arrived in Helen Woodward Animal Shelter.

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They found him a nice foster home and a ‘big brother’ who is very serious about making sure this kitten is safe and happy.

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Shadow the foster’s dog loves his little Panda.

Sidewalk cow Kitten Rescue helen Helen Woodward Animal Center dog snuggling

They are feeding the little one every 2-3 hours.

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 Panda, first day at the center (VIDEO):

Panda, eyes opened, can’t wait for his forever home (VIDEO):

Panda’s story via Helen Woodward Animal Center. Follow them on Facebook.

Meet String The Calico Boy


Only one out of every 3,000 calico cats is male, and this little foster kitten is one of them. Meet String!

String came to Southern Pines Animal Shelter (in Southern Mississippi) through animal control. “He was a little too small, when he arrived, to thrive and stay healthy in the shelter environment, so he was sent into foster in one of our wonderful foster homes,” Southern Pines said.

“Female cats have two X chromosomes, while male cats have an X and a Y chromosome. For a cat to be a calico or tortoiseshell, the animal must have two X chromosomes, which means the kitty is going to be female the vast majority of the time. When the calico pattern exists in a male, it’s because the cat has three sex chromosomes: two X, one Y (male),” DR. Marty Becker wrote via VetStreet. “And if both X chromosomes carry the calico blueprint, you’re looking at one rare cat: a male calico.”

“String is doing really well in his foster home, and enjoying life as a spoiled kitten. When he is old enough and heavy enough, he will be ready for adoption,” Southern Pines added.

Only one out of every 3,000 calico cats is male and this little foster kitten is one of them. Meet String!

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String is enjoying life as a spoiled kitten in his foster home.

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 Those big ears!

male calico foster kitten Southern Pines Animal Shelter

This summer alone Southern Pines has saved more than 1400 lives. Follow them on Facebook. See how you can make a difference here.

Rescue Ginger Kitten Finds A Home And A Ginger Buddy


Meet Sol the ginger kitty. He was found under the deck meowing for help. They gave him a home and a friend who is also a ginger cat.

Sol was born in the wild. “When we found him on June 21 he was under our deck, half-starved, crying, flea-infested and pitiful. Just one lone kitten? Where was his mother, his siblings? How did he get under our deck, all alone? We’ll never know,” the family said. “We immediately decided to clean him up and keep him.”

“His first couple weeks were rough. We had to keep him quarantined. He had a URI of some sort, and he was semi-feral.

Our one-year old cat Boots was a little standoff-ish at first, but Sol kept following him around.” Sol slowly came out of his shell with help from Boots. The two became best friends.

Meet Sol, the little ginger, who was found under the deck. They cleaned him up and welcomed the little one to his new home.

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Sol slowly came out of his shell and was nursed back to health. This is him snuggling with his rescuer.

rescue ginger kitten befriends ginger cat

Sol met another ginger cat named Boots. “Boots wasn’t Sol’s biggest fan at first, but Sol grew on him.”

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“Wouldn’t take no for an answer.”

rescue ginger kitten befriends ginger cat

“Soon it became weird to see one without the other”

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“Now it is true love.”

rescue ginger kitten befriends ginger cat

Photos via imgur.

Rescue Blind Cat Explores New Life With Her Humans


An adventurous cat named Honey Bee was rescued in Fiji and found her way to her new home in America. She can’t see, but that does not stop her from exploring. Now she’s got her human companions to explore with.

“Honey Bee has a lot of surprising qualities, and one of them is that she’s from Fiji,” Sabrina wrote via Facebook. “I met her at Animals Fiji, where I volunteered for three days at the beginning of a vacation. Honey Bee was so funny and affectionate that I had to bring her home. Animals Fiji is a great little shelter and nonprofit vet clinic that takes care of the animals of that country, and is one of the best places I’ve volunteered internationally.”

A question about Honey Bee: “Without eyes, how do you know if she’s awake?” “Her ears are alert and moving around, tracking sounds just like a cat with eyes would watch things. You can tell when she’s paying attention by her body language,” Sabrina said.

“Honey Bee believes in celebrating the simple pleasures in life, like a summer day spent listening at the window.” (Facebook)

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Meet Honey Bee. She was rescued from Fiji and found her way to her new home in America. She began her new adventurous life exploring with her humans through her amazing senses.

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Watch Honey Bee as she goes hiking with her human best friends.

Honey Bee arrived in her new home in America. “She fell asleep in my lap soon after arriving in Seattle, and has been purring ever since. It wasn’t a fun journey, but Honey Bee now has an awesome life with excellent care, exciting adventures, and a lot of friends and snuggles,” Sabrina wrote.

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Honey Bee’s best friend is Tavo. “Honey Bee loved him right away and now they’re napping buddies.”

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As a rescue kitty herself, Honey Bee has a special spot for kitties like her. This is her saying goodbye to their blind foster kittens as they left for the Seattle Humane Society, waiting for their forever homes.

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“People say they love dogs because you can take them hiking. Honey Bee loves hiking, too!”

blind cat rescued from Fiji honey bee goes hiking

“Honey Bee, proudly reveling in the first cat ascent of a boulder near Mason Lake in WA.”

blind cat rescued from Fiji honey bee goes hiking

Follow Honey Bee: Blind Cat From Fiji on Facebook.

Rescue Cat & Military Man Happy To Be Home


Their new rescue kitty is having a cuddle session with his new human dad who just came home after serving in the military.

“My brother came home from the navy last month and we adopted Romeo almost two weeks ago from my extremely neglectful neighbors. Both are happy to be home,” said the sister via reddit. “I think [Romeo] has become quite attached!”

Their new rescue kitty is cuddling with his new human dad who just came home from the navy.

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“Both are happy to be home.”

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Photo via reddit.

Palmer The Kitty Journey To Forever Home


Meet Palmer the kitty, who was still a baby when they found him on the street. This is his journey to his forever home.

“In April, I received an email from a woman who was handed a kitten by a young boy in her neighborhood. He got him from a man handing out kittens from a box on the street, and placed him in her palm on Palm Sunday. This is how Palmer got his name,” said Stephanie Seiler of Big City Little Kitty.

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“He was only a couple of days old. He weighed 4 ounces, and still had his umbilical cord attached. Tigra (the cat) gave him a thorough examination.”

palmer the kitten journey to forever home

“Luckily, he latched on to the bottle very quickly, and I don’t think I’ve ever had a kitten who ate as well as he did. He took his food seriously (and I think he still does).”

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” I kept him full, clean,”

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“burped, and snuggled.”

palmer the kitten journey to forever home

“He was a happy little guy!”

palmer the kitten journey to forever home

“This is the day he found his toes!”

palmer the kitten journey to forever home

“He spent a lot of time at my office, and my coworkers co-fostered him! When I had to be in class, they all stepped up to feed him and snuggle him! Here he is in his kitten sling with auntie Billie.”

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Ready for his new home.

palmer the kitten journey to forever home

“Palmer is living happily ever after in his furrever home, with his mama who reached out to me for help when he was placed in her palm.”

Photos courtesy of Stephanie Seiler, Full story at Big City Little Kitty.

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