Adopted Kitty Adores His New Dad


Meet Russell, who was just adopted into a new home. This is him giving his new dad nose licks.

“Just adopted my new friend Russell. He at least likes my nose,” said kitty’s human dad.

“My roommate and I had just brought him home and I had him on my lap, and he just kept trying to grab my face and lick me.”

adopted kitten licks human dad nose

Once a kitty grooms you, you are his :).

adopted kitten licks human dad nose

Photo via reddit.

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Touching Story Of The ‘Subway Cat’ And His Human


A tabby cat called McLovin’ takes his regular subway train rides with his human Leslie Noel in Toronto, Canada. The two are inseparable. The story of how they found each other explains this incredible bond.

“It’s a bond,” Noel said. “He’s the only thing I have. No, he’s not a pet.” (via Toronto Life)

“He’s my baby, he’s like my child. When I’m crying he licks my tears, when I have bad dreams he wakes me up, I kid you not. He’s a miracle cat. He’s like a fallen angel.”

The two met three years ago when Noel was looking for an apartment. The landlord offered him a room and reassured him not to worry about the smell and the mess in there. “‘It’ll be cleaned up by the time you get in there.’ He unbolts this door and inside was four dead kittens and McLovin’,” he added.

“I said, ‘I’m not going to take this room, I’m going to take this cat,’ and the rest is history. He’s my baby. He was so small, he was so little. I had to bottle feed him every two hours for two weeks straight.”

Before Noel found McLovin’, he was still coping with the passings of his parents. “I prayed to God. I just wanted not to be alone any more,” he said. “What I meant was a girl, but the exact next day I found him. And he’s in my life ever since.”

Leslie Noel and his beloved feline companion McLovin’, the subway cat. (photo: Chris Bateman)

Toronto’s subway cat McLovin'

 He found McLovin’ when he was looking for an apartment. He rescued the cat and bottle fed him.

Toronto’s subway cat McLovin'

 The two became inseparable. “He’s my baby, he’s like my child. When I’m crying he licks my tears, when I have bad dreams he wakes me up, I kid you not. He’s a miracle cat. He’s like a fallen angel.” (photo: Martin Reis)

Toronto’s subway cat McLovin'

 They take regular subway rides together.

Toronto’s subway cat McLovin'

Toronto’s subway cat McLovin'

“It’s a bond.”

Toronto’s subway cat McLovin'

Photos from Leslie Noel.
Source: Toronto Life.

Extra-Toed Kitty Family Rescued In Birmingham – 180 Toesies!


A group of eight kitties were rescued by the Cats Protection Birmingham Adoption Centre in July. When the rescue workers inspected the kitties, they discovered that almost all of them had extra toes on their paws.

“A group of cats was recently abandoned at our Birmingham Adoption Centre. Two female adults were accompanied by six eight-week-old kittens, several of which were showing signs of mild cat flu, plus eye infections. All were seen and treated by a vet and have now been nursed back to health,” via Cats Protection blog.

“The extraordinary thing is that with the exception of two kittens, all the cats have extra toes! They have therefore been dubbed ‘the Polydactyl family’.”

Meet the Polydactyl family!

An Abandoned Litter Of Extra-Toed Kittens Has Been Rescued In Birmingham

This little guy has extra digits on his paws.

An Abandoned Litter Of Extra-Toed Kittens Has Been Rescued In Birmingham

Normally a cat has 18 toes.

An Abandoned Litter Of Extra-Toed Kittens Has Been Rescued In Birmingham

Five on each front paw and four on each hind paw.

An Abandoned Litter Of Extra-Toed Kittens Has Been Rescued In Birmingham

The number of toes of a polydactyl cat ranges 22 to 27.

An Abandoned Litter Of Extra-Toed Kittens Has Been Rescued In Birmingham

This gives this group of kitties a total of 180 toes!

An Abandoned Litter Of Extra-Toed Kittens Has Been Rescued In Birmingham

That’s a lot of toes and more to love.

An Abandoned Litter Of Extra-Toed Kittens Has Been Rescued In Birmingham

Photos by SWNS via Buzzfeed. Follow Cats Protection Birmingham Adoption Centre on Facebook. Contact them on 01564 822 020 or birmingham@cats.org.uk 

Aragorn The One-eyed Ginger Cat


Meet Aragorn, a beautiful one-eyed cat who has a permanent wink. He lost an eye but gained a chance to live.

“He was brought to the ER for euthanasia at 3 weeks old after being attacked by a dog with his eye hanging out,” said Aragorn’s human mom via imgur. When she met the little ginger boy, she knew she had to adopt him.

This is Aragorn cuddling with his human mom in his new home.

Aragorn one eyed rescue ginger cat

He loves following her around the house.

Aragorn one eyed rescue ginger cat

Aragorn jumps in the bathtub after his mom showers.

Aragorn one eyed rescue ginger cat

“Are you taking me with you?”

Aragorn one eyed rescue ginger cat

“I only have one eye, but I can see just fine and I am happy and loved.”

Aragorn one eyed rescue ginger cat

Photos via imgur.

Pippin The Cat Happily Living His Cat Life On Two Legs


Meet Pippin, a fluffy cat who is happily living his cat life on two legs.

“Pippin was born with radial hypoplasia, a rare disease that twisted the bones in his front legs. When he was born he couldn’t walk, and the vet wasn’t sure if he would survive. With a lot of work and patience Pippin has adapted to living on two legs and is as happy and playful as any other cat,” said Pippin’s human via Instagram.
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“A baby photo of little Pip the day I rescued him! That basket helped him sit upright despite his arms and he slept in it until he physically couldn’t fit anymore.”

special cat pip with Radial Hypoplasia lives happy life

Baby Pippin finishing his breakfast.

special cat pip with Radial Hypoplasia lives happy life

When he was born he couldn’t walk. Against all odds, Pippin learned to walk with his hind legs. Look at him now!

special cat pip with Radial Hypoplasia lives happy life

Pippin enjoying this October.

special cat pip with Radial Hypoplasia lives happy life

“Is this a painting of me?”

special cat pip with Radial Hypoplasia lives happy life

 Pippin standing like a boss!

special cat pip with Radial Hypoplasia lives happy life

Pip is as happy and playful as any other cats.

special cat pip with Radial Hypoplasia lives happy life

Big stretchhhh!

special cat pip with Radial Hypoplasia lives happy life

Pippin hears treat! [VIDEO]

Paw-eye coordination practice. [VIDEO]

Follow Pippin the cat on Instagram.

Pocket Sized Kitten Gets A Second Chance


She was a pocket sized kitten when they found her alone in the shelter.

“This little lady was taken to the Everett, WA animal shelter when she was one week old. Then she was taken to Purrfect Pals, where she was renamed Pocket since she fits right into your pocket,” said Pocket’s foster mom via Instagram.

Pocket was sick and alone at the shelter. “She was given medicine, lots of good food and love, and placed with a litter of sweet kitties to be her new friends. She is sweet as can be and has SUPER loud non-stop purr!”

She was a pocket sized kitten when they found her alone and sick in the shelter.

tiny pocket sized kitten gets second chance

One week old Pocket fits right into a tiny pocket.

tiny pocket sized kitten gets second chance

They took her home to foster and introduced her to a litter of sweet kittens. She was much smaller than her furry friends.

tiny pocket sized kitten gets second chance

A handful of sweet fluffiness.

tiny pocket sized kitten gets second chance

“Everything the light touches is our kingdom ….”

tiny pocket sized kitten gets second chance

Little Pocket is ready to rule the world.

tiny pocket sized kitten gets second chance

“I nap here with you.”

tiny pocket sized kitten gets second chance

Pocket all grown up now living happily in her forever loving home.

tiny pocket sized kitten gets second chance all grown up cat

Follow Pocket on Instagram. Photos by Foster_kittens.

Rescue Kitty Loves His Mom


Perseus is a rescue kitty who loves his mom very much. “My rescue kitty, Perseus, trying his hardest to get my attention. It worked,” said Perseus’ human mom.

“He was rescued at about 6 weeks by a friend in fall 2009. She found him next to a curb on a rainy day. She watched over him for a few days, then told me about him. I already had my Calico rescued from 2005 at 1 and 1/2, but… I had to have him when I saw him,” she added.

“I’m lucky to have him.”

cat demands attention, love and cuddles

cat demands attention, love and cuddles

cat demands attention, love and cuddles

cat demands attention, love and cuddles

cat demands attention, love and cuddlesSource.

 

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