More than a month ago, this little feral cat was found living in a neglected lot in a neighborhood without adequate or stable source of food, water or shelter. “It took me quite a few days to gain enough ‘trust’ in order to get him. I would go by each morning and late afternoon with food and water. Usually canned cat food, sometimes tuna or salmon. Eventually he stopped running at the sight of me, and better still, he didn’t mind me sitting near him as he ate. Once I felt brave enough I scooped him up mid-meal and put him in a cardboard cat carrier to bring him home. To be clear, he absolutely thrashed in the box the whole walk home and I was terrified he’d kill me once I opened it up. Obviously our relationship is going better than expected.” said vonnegoat of reddit.
With a lot of love and patience, kitty adapted to his new home. “I think he’s really enjoying the great indoors.”
“This morning he scrambled onto my bed at 4 am. Not my ideal wake up hour, but considering the progress, I was pretty excited.”
“He spent his first 36 hours indoors under my bed, refusing to move. His talents at the time were sitting absolutely still for hours on end and staring into the depths of my soul without blinking.”
“On his second day, he started to explore my room, albeit timidly.”
“First nap on a bed, first real step to becoming a pet.”
“Now kitten naps everywhere, including my lap.”
“And my shoulder.”
“I think he’s starting to like it here.”
Photos via imgur.
Meet Roo the cat, who was found in a box on the side of the road covered in dirt and ticks. When Sophia spotted him, she knew she couldn’t leave him: “I have a surprise. We must wash him now and cuddle.”
“He was really sick when I found him and well, he had diarrhea that got all over his beautiful fur, but nevermore! Solid poops came soon after some sleep, yummy kitten food, and a warm bath,” said Sophia via reddit.
All grown up now, Roo is caring for foster kittens that are just like him.
Meet Roo the rescue cat. After a bath, he was sharing food with a new furiend.
Tiny little ball of fluff.
Roo cuddling with Sophia who saved him from the side of the road.
All grown up now, Roo is helping his human mom with her foster kittens.
Photos by Sophiase via reddit.
Officer Johnson and his colleagues rescued three tiny kittens in the parking lot and are now taking turns to care for them until they can get adopted.
“West Division patrol officers give new meaning to ‘Protect andServe.’ Patrol officers found three tiny deserted kittens in the parking lot outside a West Division police sector. Everyone is pitching in and taking turns helping the kittens until they can get adopted! We will keep our followers updated on their progress and showcase them on our ‘Furrever Friday’ post when they are old enough for adoption!” (Fort Worth Police Department)
Great job officers!
Three tiny kittens were rescued in the parking lot by police officers from Fort Worth Police Department. They are pitching in and taking turns helping the kittens until they can get adopted.
Happy kitten getting her belly filled.
Another officer helping out and bottle feeding the kittens.
Photos by Fort Worth Police Department.
Brownie the rescue cat gives her kittens unconditional love. When she and her babies were rescued by an animal clinic in France, she was partially paralyzed and unable to stand up and walk, but that didn’t stop her from caring for her little babies.
“She was abandoned in a box with her babies. Her pelvis is badly injured, her two hip joins were broken and one her leg was paralyzed,” malilex wrote via instagram. Brownie stayed by her kittens the entire time while she was recovering. “She managed to move a little to take care of her babies. She needed a little motivation to eat so at first I put the food on her kitty (she couldn’t resist to clean it off).” Malilex was able to feed her with her hand eventually.
Brownie learned to stand up and regained enough strength to use the litter box. After two months of recovering, Brownie can finally walk on her four paws. This lovely cat mama has been there for her kittens every step of the way.
When Brownie and her babies were rescued, she was partially paralyzed and unable to move her hindquarters, but that didn’t stop her from caring for her little babies.
Brownie stayed by her kittens the entire time while she was recovering.
“She managed to move a little to take care of her babies. She needed a little motivation to eat so at first I put the food on her kitty (she couldn’t resist to clean it off).”
Brownie learned to stand up and regained enough strength to use the litter box.
After two months of recovering, Brownie can finally walk on her four paws.
Happy furry family!
Brownie can now walk. Watch video:
“I love you, mommy!”
Photos malilex via instagram.
A tiny grey kitten was wandering on the road near a vacant house. “I’m a home inspector, and I drive over 100 miles a day. I don’t normally pick up hitchhikers, but today I found one I couldn’t say no to,” said redditor zdaytonaroadster.
“Found him at house that was vacant, just wandering around by the road. I was sure he’d get hit by a car. I didn’t see his mom, and it was about 90 (degrees F) out today, he was panting.”
“Stopped at a local run down gas station and got him a little water.” He found the kitten a good home and they named him Ash.
“He’s got a puppy to play with. He’s already getting spoiled.”
“I’m a home inspector, and I drive over 100 miles a day. I don’t normally pick up hitchhikers, but today I found one I couldn’t say no to.”
Morning belly rub request.
Ash and his new BFF Roxy.
Ash’s new human’s father came by to meet his new grand-kitty and brought him a little kitty milk.
After a long day…
Photos courtesy of redditor zdaytonaroadster.
“Meet Katniss the rescue! 2.5 yrs ago, we rescued Katniss from a shelter. She was a tiny kitten who was only 6 weeks and 1.2 lbs. Today, she has turned into a beautiful cat who’s loving life in her forever home,” Katniss’ human wrote via instagram.
Katniss was 6 weeks old when she was found in the shelter.
They rescued her and took her to her forever home.
She’s grown into a beautiful lady cat.
“My box now.”
Follow Katniss at Instagram.
A tiny calico kitten Schmoo was blind when she came to Saving Grace Rescue.With a lot of care and love, Schmoo regained some of her vision and found her forever home. [Full story]
Her sight doesn’t hinder her from being a happy and loving kitty that she is. Schmoo now is living happily with her humans Nick and Sarah and another kitty named Jethro also adopted from Saving Grace Rescue.
Schmoo was blind when she came to Saving Grace Rescue Inc. They gave her food, warmth and a lot of love. Her eyes started to heal and she began to regain her vision.
Then this happened one day. Schmoo found her human Nick who was her foster dad at the time.
Soon Nick realized that they couldn’t part with their little calico and decided to adopt her.
“Wake up now!”
Schmoo all grown now, happy and healthy at her forever home.
Photos by Josh Norem at Furrtographer, Nick and Sarah. Follow Saving Grace Rescue Inc on Facebook.