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Mewgaroo Hoodie lets you carry your cat like a kangaroo

Do you have a cat who likes to be cradled in your lap for hours? You know sometimes you just want to free your hand(s) to work on a computer or change the channel for your TV, but that might ruin a perfect cuddle or disturb your cat’s nap in your lap.

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Mewgaroo Hoodie lets you carry your cat like a kangaroo

The brilliant folks from Unihabitiat, a company in Japan, came up with a great idea for animal lovers and their beloved companions to stay inseparable no matter what they do. The Mewgaroo hoodie was born! It’s a hoodie that has a pouch that resembles that of a kangaroo mom’s.

Mewgaroo Hoodie lets you carry your cat like a kangaroo

You can keep your cat or small dogs in the pouch and carry them around the house no matter you are watching TV, working on your computer or doing chores. When your kitty wants a cuddle, you can provide it any time with a big pocket like that.

Mewgaroo Hoodie lets you carry your cat like a kangaroo

The cute features on the hoodie make it even more adorable. It has a pair of pointy ears on the hood and a set of paw pads on the sleeves.

Mewgaroo Hoodie lets you carry your cat like a kangaroo

This small pup loves it too!

Mewgaroo Hoodie lets you carry your cat like a kangaroo

You can swaddle your kitty in the oversized pouch, keeping them warm and safe like a mother kangaroo would.

Mewgaroo Hoodie lets you carry your cat like a kangaroo

I know how much my cats like to snuggle in my shirt and curl up in my lap. This would be perfect for them, but does every cat like the idea?

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Ok, maybe this ginger cat is a bit confused. After all, not every cat is a lap cat, but if you have a lap cat who loves cuddles, this hoodie may just draw your beloved cat closer to your heart.

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Two homeless kittens were taken in by a rescue dog who became the mother they never had.

Ms. Jackson is a rescue dog who has a big heart, especially for little foster kittens. She was adopted to a family that brings in foster kittens. When they brought back a pair of homeless kittens from the shelter, her motherly instinct kicked in and started cleaning and caring for them like a mother would. The kittens fell in love and began to nurse on their surrogate mom.

“She was letting them try to nurse this morning…it was too much,” said jeckhrdt via imgur.

Ms. Jackson’s new foster kittens. They are her babies now!

rescue pitbull dog foster kittens

She’s very protective of them…

rescue pitbull dog foster kittens

…and always keeps them by her side.

rescue pitbull dog foster kittens

A very tolerant mama dog.

rescue pitbull dog foster kittens

The kittens love to snuggle with their new mom…

rescue pitbull dog foster kittens

…and climb on her head.

rescue pitbull dog foster kittens

A hug makes everything better!

rescue pitbull dog foster kittens

D’awwwww!

rescue pitbull dog foster kittens

After a long day, they snuggle up for a nap together!

rescue pitbull dog foster kittens

We don’t have an actual video of Ms. Jackson and her babies, but we can only imagine it might look something like this:

Share this beautiful mother’s love between two species!

These two ginger buddies are of different species, but to them, they are family.

Ever since they rescued Koda the ginger kitten from the bush, Keelo the Golden Retrieve has been inseparable with his little feline friend.

Koda thinks Keelo is the brother he never had and is always clinging to him by his side. Keelo adores his tiny purr-ey friend and has been very protective of him.

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golden retriever adopts ginger kitten kiss

It was love at first sigh on the first day they met.

golden retriever adopts ginger kitten snuggles

Koda the rescue likes to stay close to Keelo and Keelo always keeps a watchful eye on his little brother.

golden retriever adopts ginger kitten

They are constantly snuggling!

golden retriever adopts ginger kitten

“Nom!”

golden retriever adopts ginger kitten

Keelo and Koda loved to kiss then…

golden retriever adopts ginger kitten

They still love to kiss now!

golden retriever adopts ginger kitten

WATCH VIDEO: Kitten and dog share an incredible bond.

Photos by Keelo & Koda on Instagram.

Share this story of an adorable friendship!

This itty bitty baby kitten can’t wait to have her bottle! Look at how intense her face looks. It’s absolutely adorable!

“Two-week old Sweet Brown being bottle fed by my wife, Lauren. The kitten was found when it was just a few days old in the parking lot where we live,” the pet dad wrote via YouTube.

“Here, she has just opened her eyes, is making a solid effort to stand, and meows for all the World to hear.”

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There were many sleepless nights after they rescued a baby kitten whose eyes hadn’t opened. They named him little Gatsby. “After 2 long weeks of bottle feeding this little guy, he’s now fat, happy and my new best friend,” the rescuer wrote via reddit.

“I found this kitten in the yard all alone,” they said. “The mom left this one when she moved the nest it was left in the open in my yard and I watched a cat come up to it and then walk away, assuming it was the mom.”

With a lot of love, Gatsby is thriving in his new family. “Little Gatsby is very content after some milk and a warm belly rub.”

This is when they found little Gatsby in the yard. The round of clock care began that night.

rescue baby kitten nursed back to health

He was very tiny. They brought him blankets to keep him warm.

rescue baby kitten nursed back to health

One of their dogs came to help too. The kitty was happy to get a bath.

rescue baby kitten nursed back to health

Their other dog came to visit the kitty while he was taking a nap in his human’s shirt.

rescue baby kitten nursed back to health

After days of feeding and caring, Gatsby was nursed back to health. This is him holding his human’s hand, feeling comfortable after some milk and a warm belly rub.

rescue baby kitten nursed back to health

Photos via reddit.

Colorado pet store takes in Andre the Giant Cat & cat adoptions soar
Andre a giant rescue stray cat and his takecarer Kerrie

Meet Andre the giant cat who weighs about 25 lbs! This rescue stray has not only become the mascot for a pet supply store, but he also has helped a lot of other kitties get adopted.

Andre the Giant Cat was found roaming around downtown Firplay, Colorado in November. “Within a month of us having him, people coming in to see him and to visit, the adoption rate for the rescue skyrocketed,” said Miyuki Takeda, owner of High Paw Pet Supplies.

Colorado pet store takes in Andre the Giant Cat & cat adoptions soar

Part of the store is dedicated to animal adoption. After Andre was adopted by the store, they received more than a dozen applications for adoption.

At the time, Andre weighed about 20 lbs. According to the vet, he was underweight and needed to stay at the shelter to get up to a healthy weight.

The store owner fell in love with Andre and decided that they would make Andre their store cat. “When he first came to us, he showed a lot of signs – he acts like a hybrid,” Takeda said.

“We think perhaps he has Savannah in him – those are huge cats,” Takeda added.

One of his first visits to the vet! They thought he was the biggest cat they had seen.

Colorado pet store takes in Andre the Giant Cat & cat adoptions soar

Andre checking all the shelf items by the cat isle.

Colorado pet store takes in Andre the Giant Cat & cat adoptions soar

Getting a bath during a break from work.

Colorado pet store takes in Andre the Giant Cat & cat adoptions soar

Isn’t he the biggest stray you have ever seen?

Colorado pet store takes in Andre the Giant Cat & cat adoptions soar

Watch Andre in action:

Photos via Andre the Giant Cat. Source: Denver Post.

Meet Koko and YumYum! Both of them were born with a deformed hind leg, but nothing can stop these fuzzy little guys!

“Yesterday I stopped by Saving Grace Rescue Inc to meet these two – they are both tripods, and are missing their right foot in the back. They are named Koko and Yum Yum,” Josh Norem of the Furrtographer wrote.

“We think they might have had the umbilical cord wrapped around them during their development, so the foot never materialized. Needless to say it in now way impedes their mobility, or cuteness,” he added.

Meet Koko and YumYum. They are both missing a paw, but nothing can stop them!

tripod kitten born without hind leg

Koko and Yum Yum conquering feet and laps

tripod kitten born without hind leg

A tiny tripod – it doesn’t get much cuter than this.

tripod kitten born without hind leg

You can’t see the missing foot but you can sort of tell there’s not a foot there, just a leg. It doesn’t slow him or her down at all.

tripod kitten born without hind leg

D’awwww!

kittens born with deformed legs won't let it stop them

What they need next is their forever loving homes!

Follow them at Saving Grace Rescue. Photos by Josh Norem at the Furrtographer.