Paris the kitty loves her little human Noor and gives her snuggles and love. She watches her grow and is very protective of her little human.
Paris the kitty and Noor the baby love each other.
Paris is always there to offer Noor love and snuggles.
She cleans her…
…and helps her human mom when it is feeding time.
Paris keeps Noor company when she is ill.
And she keeps her toes warm.
They are best friends!
Now Noor has a sister, Robin. The story continues…
This 5 week old calico kitten loves her human dad and she won’t let him do anything without her.
“Every time I sit down to play games, she cuddles up on my shoulder… She won’t let me do anything without her,” human dad wrote via reddit.
When he plays video games, kitty tries to help. “She’s even tried to crawl up the TV to ‘help,’” he added.
“Every time I sit down to play games, she cuddles up on my shoulder.”
“She’s started really getting into the game, and even squeaks and hisses at the bad guys.”
“She won’t let me do anything without her.”
Photos via reddit.
Hazel and her sister Effie were surrendered to the shelter. Without a mom, the two babies need to be hand reared round the clock. Laurie C. of Itty Bitty Kitty Committee took the sisters to her home and became their surrogate mom.
“When they arrived, their expressions were blank, and they did not respond to the sight of us or any movement or sounds. They were just tiny, hungry, squirming, screaming things.
Now, they interact with us so much more. They seek attention and affection. Their eyes are brighter, they respond to sound, they are stronger and more stable, they play harder, and scream louder.”
When Hazel came to her foster home, her expressions were blank and she didn’t respond to the sight of any movement or sounds.
They cleaned her up and helped her settle in.
They hand reared Hazel and her sister round the clock…
Then they learned to eat on their own.
Two weeks later – she’s larger, livelier, and louder.
Photos by Laurie C. of Itty Bitty Kitty Committee. Follow them on Facebook.
A tiny orphan kitten that was born in a van now got two unlikely moms.
While the kitten is being hand reared by the shelter staff, she is getting extra care and love from two lovely dogs.
A tiny 4 week old kitten was rescued from a van.
They bottle feed the little kitten round the clock.
Two lovely dogs give the caretakers a helping paw.
“Everything will be ok, little one.”
Photos by Putney Animal Hospital-RSPCA.
A rescue cat mama and her 5 kittens came to Tonis Kitty Rescue. “They’re so happy to be in foster together,” said the shelter.
Momma stays by her kittens the whole time when they arrive at Tonis Kitty Rescue
She is so happy to be in foster with her babies.
The kittens are irresistibly cute.
Can you tell them apart?
They will be available for adoption at Tonis Kitty Rescue. Follow them on Facebook.
Photos by Josh Norem at The Furrtographer.
Meet choccy, 4 weeks old. He’s given his first bottle after being rejected by his mom. Isn’t he the cutest little thing?
“Choccy is now 4 weeks old, Our deputy Bethan is doing a great job of caring for him around the clock to give him every chance of survival. He is very slowly gaining weight, we are all rooting for him,” Cats Protection Bridgend Adoption Center wrote.
Choccy, just 4 weeks old, was rejected by his cat mom. Here he is getting some love from his care taker.
Choccy gives his foster mom a hug.
Deputy Bethan of Cats Protection Bridgend Adoption Center has been caring for the tiny ball of fur, bottle feeding him round the clock to give him every chance of survival.
Choccy has put on some weight and is getting stronger every day.
Photos by Cats Protection Bridgend Adoption Center. Follow them on Facebook.
Quincy was rescued from a hoarding situation by Forever Home Cat Rescue. This is him having a cuddle with his human dad for the first time.
He turns into a love bug and purr machine.
How it feels like to have a loving home.
Photos by Christine Gittings.