Happy The Cat Becomes Father To Orphan Kittens


Happy the cat has a soft spot for foster kittens. Every time his human Tracy brings home orphan kittens to foster, Happy comes over and starts caring for the kittens like his own.

Happy the cat has a soft spot for foster kittens.

happy the cat takes care of rescue kittens

Every time they bring home orphan kittens, Happy becomes their father and starts caring for them.

happy the cat takes care of rescue kittens

He makes sure they are bathed and loved.

happy the cat takes care of rescue kittens

When the kittens wake up from  a nap, meowing for attention…

happy the cat takes care of rescue kittens

Happy comes right over to shower them with love and lots of licks.

happy the cat takes care of rescue kittens

A headbutt to return some love.

happy the cat takes care of rescue kittens

Aww!

happy the cat takes care of rescue kittens

Out of all the rescue kittens Happy has cared for, there is one that shares a very special bond. Sweet the cat came as a baby kitten but she never left her foster home. This is Happy and Sweet now still together.

happy the cat takes care of rescue kittens

Photos courtesy of Tracy Chan (flickr: beatrice524).

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Rescue Cat Mama Gives Birth To 9 Kittens


Misha the rescue cat mama from Toronto Cat Rescue didn’t just give birth to 5 or 6 kittens. She brought 9 little furry ones into her foster home.

Here is Misha the cat mom and her love and dedication for her 9 kittens – Thomkins, Travis, Tess, Toby, Tyler, Townes, Tex, Tumnas, and Tucker.

Misha the rescue cat mom came to her foster home with an enormous belly that was ready to pop.

Rescue Cat Mama Gives Birth To 9 Kittens Toronto Cat Rescue

She didn’t just give birth to 5 or 6 kittens, she gave birth to 9.

Rescue Cat Mama Gives Birth To 9 Kittens Toronto Cat Rescue

9 very hungry little furry ones.

Rescue Cat Mama Gives Birth To 9 Kittens Toronto Cat Rescue

They keep their mom very busy.

Rescue Cat Mama Gives Birth To 9 Kittens Toronto Cat Rescue

Misha keeps an watchful eye on her kittens and gives them an unlimited supply of love and care.

Rescue Cat Mama Gives Birth To 9 Kittens Toronto Cat Rescue

A hug always helps.

Rescue Cat Mama Gives Birth To 9 Kittens Toronto Cat Rescue

Before their eyes opened, they always snuggled in a puddle.

Rescue Cat Mama Gives Birth To 9 Kittens Toronto Cat Rescue

When they got bigger, they still loved it :).

Rescue Cat Mama Gives Birth To 9 Kittens Toronto Cat Rescue

Misha and her kittens have found their forever homes thanks to Toronto Cat Rescue.

Photos courtesy of Christine Gittings (more photos), the foster mom. Follow Toronto Cat Rescue on Facebook.

Foster Kittens Reading With Grandpa


The world could use more guys like this.

Rebecca Kerins wrote: “I foster for BARCS and brought a litter of kittens with me up to my parents’ place for Thanksgiving (AND Christmas). Here’s my dad covered in kittens on Thanksgiving (teaching them to read, maybe?) — to me, he’s the original softie, and I developed my enormous love of animals thanks in large part to his influence!”

foster kittens first thanksgiving christmas reading

Photo by Rebecca Kerins. Also seen on Show Your Soft Side.

Stray Cat Brings 7 Little Surprises And Dog Decides To Help


Two weeks after Terra the stray cat came to her foster home, her belly started to grow. They thought she was just putting on weight, then a week later they heard noises coming from the cat room. “I looked under Terra, saw two kittens, and searched WikiHow on what to do when your cat gives birth. In total, 7 kittens were born,” foster mom wrote via imgur.

The house dog decided that he would be the father to the newborn kittens as soon as he saw the tiny fur balls. The weenie mix proactively tried to help the mother cat with her job. “Mama cat will straight up leave the room and let him care for the kittens. I guess he thinks he’s the daddy.” (reddit)

A few weeks after Terra the stray cat came to her foster home, 7 tiny kittens popped out of her belly.

foster cat mom and her 7 kittens

As soon as the family dog saw the kittens, he decided he would be their father.

foster cat mom and her 7 kittens

Mom is out on a break, so he comes right over to give the little ones baths.

foster cat mom and her 7 kittens

7 kittens in total! The foster mom bought them different colored collars so she could tell them apart.

foster cat mom and her 7 kittens

Watching over the kittens. Cat mama doesn’t mind the dog at all. “(She) would even just walk away once my dog started licking on the kittens, content at her free babysitter.”

foster cat mom and her 7 kittens

Growling at the Basset Hound for getting too close

foster cat mom and her 7 kittens

Keeping the kittens close to him. “I was watching TV and looked down and he had carried two out to chill with us.”

foster cat mom and her 7 kittens

Here he is giving his kittens more baths.

foster cat mom and her 7 kittens

Terra is a very content mama cat and happy to have both a human and a canine help her watch her 7 very playful kittens.

foster cat mom and her 7 kittens

Photos via imgur.

Little Foster Kitten Loves His Bunny


A little kitten came to The Wellington SPCA without a home but later found a rabbit who would play with him and teach him how to be a cat. Pikachu the rabbit loves foster kittens. “Pikachu is so placid, he just flops around while (the kittens) climb all over him and nom on his ears. He’s an only bunny so I think he likes the attention,” Frances the foster mom wrote via reddit. She took the two buddies to a park the other day, and Pikachu demonstrated to his foster kitten how to pounce.

Pikachu has fostered many kittens in the past. Here is Pikachu and his favorite buddy Willow the blind cat.

Pikachu the bunny is teaching a foster kitten how to pounce.

rabbit teaches foster kitten skills

The kitten adores his rabbit friend.

rabbit teaches foster kitten skills

Photos by Frances, fosterer of The Wellington SPCA and photographer of F K YEA Photography.

Pirate The Tripawd Miracle Kitty


Meet Pirate, a 3-legged miracle kitty who was left in a garden by his mother at just a few days old but the little brave guy didn’t let it stop him.

575227_251505225007217_1846649533_n“Our little miracle boy was found along with his brother Peg in a garden when they were only a few days old,” said Yvette Madden, the foster mom. Pirate and Peg were the only kittens that survived out of the litter of six. “They both had a paw missing and we think that their poor feral mum accidentally bit it off when biting the umbilical cord, she must have been very scared and anxious and wasn’t seen again.”

A nice lady discovered the kittens and contacted Goldie’s Cat Rescue who immediately took in Pirate and Peg. “Three volunteers started taking turns to bottle feed them every two hours during the day and night! Both kittens had badly infected legs and they had to be washed daily to help with that,” Madden said. Unfortunately Peg passed away two weeks later, leaving little Pirate on his own.

“Everyone was devastated, but every week little Pirate got stronger and his leg healed. At 6 weeks old we started fostering another kitten to try and teach him how to be a kitten. He learnt within a day to use the litter tray by himself and how to eat from a bowl. It took a few more weeks to teach him how to drink from the bowl…” All the hard work paid off when Pirate finally picked up all the skills he missed learning from his own mother.

“He didn’t understand how to play at first and would cry as soon as the kitten would pin him to the floor, but soon he was playing like a normal kitten.” Pirate has grown extremely close to his foster parents and loves to snuggle up in bed with them. “He definitely thinks he is human!”

At the end of January, Pirate will have an operation to have his leg fixed up to prevent injuries and pain. “He is an amazing little kitten, full of attitude and we are sure he will bounce back from his operation,” Madden added.

Little Pirate was found along with his brother Peg in a garden when they were just a few days old.

tripaw rescued from garden miracle rescue kitten

Pirate was missing a paw but it didn’t stop him.

tripaw rescued from garden miracle rescue kitten

Three volunteers from Goldie Cat Rescue took turns to care for him round the clock.

tripaw rescued from garden miracle rescue kitten

He bounced back and became stronger and bigger.

tripaw rescued from garden miracle rescue kitten

They taught him how to be a kitten and how to play.

tripaw rescued from garden miracle rescue kitten

He grew extremely close to his foster family and would snuggle up with them for naps.

tripaw rescued from garden miracle rescue kitten

Pirate walks on three legs but he doesn’t think he’s any different.

tripaw rescued from garden miracle rescue kitten

6 weeks and 13 weeks!

tripaw rescued from garden miracle rescue kitten

Special kitties like Pirate deserve a second chance. If you love them, they will love you back 10-fold.

tripaw rescued from garden miracle rescue kitten

Photos by Yvette Madden of Goldie’s Cat Rescue. Follow Pirate on Facebook.

Foster Kitten And Golden Retriever – Inseparable Friends


A foster kitten is taken in by a Golden Retriever. He thinks the big dog is his new mom.

“Pete (the kitten) is one of three brothers we are currently fostering and this is the first week they got to meet my golden, Daisy! The other two want nothing to do with Daisy but Pete just wont leave her alone :) They’re inseparable,” said saxymaxy327 of reddit.

Pete the foster kitten meets Daisy the Golden Retrieve. She takes him in and the two become inseparable.

dog and cat new best friends

dog and cat new best friends

dog and cat new best friends

dog and cat new best friends

dog and cat new best friends

Photos via imgur.

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