Carlow and Boogie are the firecats at two fire stations in New York City. These two rescue cats rule their firehouse roosts in Manhattan. “They also keep the firehouse clear of any critters that crawl through the Big Apple,” said NYC Fire Wire.
From Carlow’s Facebook page: “My name is Carlow. I live in a firehouse in Yorkville Manhattan. Named after the local pub. I’m really a firehouse dog trapped in a cats body.”
From Boogie’s Instagram: “I’m Boogie, living in midtown meowdness right meow. Controlling my turf on 31st street meow with my cats in E1/L24.”
When Carlow just joined FDNY, he was already a brave kitty.
“You can’t leave yet! You forgot to feed me!”
“This is my spot now!”
“I’m a truck at heart!”
“I found the pipe!”
WATCH VIDEO: Carlow checking the tire pressure. “Yea. It’s good.”
She came to her forever home when she was a wee kitten, a bit shy and fragile, but with a lot of love, she has grown into a beautiful tuxedo cat. Gushicoro is turning 2 next week on March 28. (instagram)
First day home! Gushicoro curled up on a blanket for a nap.
“I’m a little shy.”
Soon her curiosity came out…
…and she started exploring her new kingdom.
Happiness is a lap kitty!
All the cats in the house adore their little sister from another mother.
Since they brought their rescue cat a new friend, these two kitties have been holding paws and snuggling like two peas in a pod.
“The best thing we’ve ever done for Bean was adopt Sydney,” reddit user Fox_ears wrote. “The tuxedo is Bean and the tabby is Sydney.”
“We found Bean as a stray 2 years ago and have had him as an only cat up until I found Sydney while volunteering with an animal shelter. I fell in love with her as soon as I saw her. I brought her home the next day thinking Bean would make a fuss but they were friends from the moment they met. He’s much more active now and seems much happier. They cuddle and play all day.”
Bean and Sydney have been best friends since the moment they met.
They love holding paws…
…all the time.
“The best thing we’ve ever done for Bean was adopt Sydney.”
“My mom surprised my father with a newly adopted kitten, he tries to act tough but has a soft spot for cats. Meet Anna,” Anna’s family wrote via reddit.
“My father is a Ju-Jitsu instructor/Volunteer RCMP officer, and pipeline instructor. He’s an incredibly hard worker and my role model. We adopted a kitten when I was four years old and named her fuzzer, she lived to be 16. The family was quite sad about her passing.”
“He looooooooves cats and mother figured (Anna) could help with any stress from work.”
He’s a tough guy with a soft spot for cats. This is him meeting his new adopted kitten.
After losing their cat for 16 years, they adopted this little tabby and named her Anna.