Orphan Kitten Finds a New Mom Who is Also a Rescue Cat


Little Milkshake was found an orphan. When she came to her new home, Sia, who is also a rescue cat, took her in as her own.

Ashley B. wrote: “I adopted Sia from an animal shelter in my hometown almost three years ago, and baby Milkshake was sadly abandoned by her mother. Sia and Milkshake have the most loving relationship I have ever seen, along with my third cat Mokah (who is also adopted) They provide for me a great loving fur family, and I am always happy to come home knowing they are waiting at the door.”

Milkshake was found an orphan kitten. When she came to her new home, Sia another rescue cat became her new mom.

ginger cat adopts Milkshake the rescue kitten

They are always cuddling.

ginger cat adopts Milkshake the rescue kitten

ginger cat adopts Milkshake the rescue kitten

ginger cat adopts Milkshake the rescue kitten

This is Milkshake when she was still a tiny kitten.

ginger cat adopts Milkshake the rescue kitten

All grown up now! One big family!

ginger cat adopts Milkshake the rescue kitten

Photos by Ashley Brandle via Instagram.

Adopted Cat Does Morning Stretches with Her Human Dad


In the morning Diamond the cat wakes up her human dad and asks him to help her with some morning stretches.

They adopted Diamond after the loss of their previous cat. “We went back to the RSPCA and picked up Diamond, a 9 month old white tortie… She has already claimed the house, has had a good wander, eaten up loads of food and spent a good couple of hours lounging on the sofa or on my knee, and following me about when I go to the loo or to make a cup of tea.” (reddit)

“Time to wake up, dad!”

morning stretch cat and dad

First thing in the morning… a hug!

morning stretch cat and dad

Then a big long stretchhhhhhh!

morning stretch cat and dad

“Kiss my belleh!”

morning stretch cat and dad

“She has already claimed the house, has had a good wander, eaten up loads of food and spent a good couple of hours lounging on the sofa or on my knee, and following me about when I go to the loo or to make a cup of tea.”

morning stretch cat and dad

Photos via imgur.

Meet Sherman, a Very Rare Male Calico Kitten


Meet Sherman, a male Calico cat. He’s so rare that there’s less than a 0.1% chance of a calico cat being born male.

Just like String the Calico boy, Sherman is also a rescue. He came to the Humane Society Silicon Valley. “It’s like a unicorn! I’ve been involved with shelters for 20 years and I have never seen one,” said Dr. Andrea Berger, an HSSV veterinarian.

Meet Sherman. He’s a male calico kitten.

stately Sherman Male Calico Kitten

He’s so rare that there’s less than a 0.1% chance of a calico cat being born male.

stately Sherman Male Calico Kitten

He came to the Humane Society Silicon Valley packed with energy.

stately Sherman Male Calico Kitten

Everyone at the shelter was smitten by his personality.

stately Sherman Male Calico Kitten

stately Sherman Male Calico Kitten

Just 2 days ago, Sherman was adopted into a new home. 

stately Sherman Male Calico Kitten

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Meet Atchoum the Cat! He Has Perhaps the Furriest Face Ever!


Meet Atchoum the cat. He has perhaps the furriest face ever!

Atchoum was born a fluffy kitten, but as he grew bigger, his face became furrier and fuzzier.

“Hypertrichosis is a symptom of a hormonal disorder that manifests in man or woman, for an invasive hair on body parts. This disease can also appear on animals and provides my cat with a funny look.” – says Atchoum’s human

Meet Atchoum. He has perhaps the furriest face ever!

Atchoum the furriest cat

He was born a fluffy kitten, but as he got bigger his fur just kept growing.

Atchoum the furriest cat

Then this happened…

Atchoum the furriest cat

It just kept growing…

Atchoum the furriest cat

and growing…

Atchoum the furriest cat

“I’m made of mostly fluff!”

Atchoum the furriest cat

Atchoum’s fluffiness is a result of Hypertrichosis.

Atchoum the furriest cat

“Hypertrichosis is a symptom of a hormonal disorder that manifests in man or woman, for an invasive hair on body parts. This disease can also appear on animals and provides my cat with a funny look.” – says Atchoum’s human

Atchoum the furriest cat

Atchoum’s new hairdo.

Atchoum the furriest cat

We love your extra fluff, Atchoum. You look fabulous!

Atchoum the furriest cat

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This Kitty is a Full Grown Cat, But Still the Size of a Kitten at 4 lbs.


Meet Owsley the cat. He stopped growing at 6 months and remains kitten sized today, but this fluffy boy never lets his size define him.

Mark BC wrote: “He was the only cat to come out looking like he does in the litter. He was very chill compared to his littermates, who were hyper and acted like normal kittens. He was small, but not unusually so.

He grew very slowly and stopped around 6 months.

I brought him to the vet to be neutered and that is when I found out he didn’t have testicles. The vet said she had never seen a cat like him before.” (reddit)

He weighs about 4 lbs and is in perfect health. “No one believes me when I tell them he’s a full grown cat!” he said. Owsley is 4 years old now.

Meet Owsley the cat. He stopped growing at 6 months and remains kitten sized today.

fluffy cat stopped growing at 6 months old

He doesn’t let his size define him.

fluffy cat stopped growing at 6 months old

He’s a very chill cat and purrfect on the shoulder.

fluffy cat stopped growing at 6 months old

Where’s Owsley?

fluffy cat stopped growing at 6 months old

Doing a little climbing exercise.

fluffy cat stopped growing at 6 months old

“I brought him to the vet to be neutered and that is when I found out he didn’t have testicles. The vet said she had never seen a cat like him before.”

fluffy cat stopped growing at 6 months old

He weighs about 4 lbs and is in perfect health. 

fluffy cat stopped growing at 6 months old

About the size of this water bottle. Owsley is 4 years old now.

fluffy cat stopped growing at 6 months old

Photos via imgur.

Meet Bilbo Fluffins the Cat Found Under a House by a Kind Man. See His Journey Growing Up!


Meet Bilbo Fluffins. He was just 3 weeks old when a kind man rescued him from under his house.

“I found him under my house after he had been crying for about 20 minutes and there were no other cats living down there,” he said (reddit). “Now he’s the best kitten I could ask for.” (reddit)

Bilbo Fluffins cuddling with the human who saved him from under a house. 

kitten rescued under house then now snuggling

At 6 months old, Bilbo is getting bigger and stronger!

kitten rescued under house then now climbing screen door

“You don’t need computers. You need me!”

kitten rescued under house then now computer keyboard

His favorite nighttime spot.

kitten rescued under house then now

“I found my cat, Bilbo Fluffins, under my house… when he was only a few weeks old. Now he’s the best kitten I could ask for.”

kitten rescued under house then now

Bilbo Fluffins all grown up, cuddling with their new kitten who looks just like him.

kitten rescued under house then now snuggles

Photos via reddit.

Stray Cat Mama and Her Kittens Turn a Family’s Backyard into Their Kingdom


A stray cat in Australia decided to make a family’s backyard her new home for her and her kittens. After she gave birth, the backyard became their little kingdom.

“A stray cat gave birth in my backyard, so now I have these cuties living in it,” said the property owner. (reddit)

“When they’re old enough, someone from the WLPA is going to come and collect them, and rehome them. At the moment, the mother is still around and we’re feeding her. The WLPA will desex her as well.”

“We’ve named them Sam, George (or Georgie for a girl), Tom, Adam, Isaac and Lote, and the mum is Madge.”

A stray cat decided to settle down in a family’s backyard. After she gave birth, they turned the backyard into their little kingdom.

stray cat mama birth kittens in yard

Mama is busy feeding a hungry baby while the kittens are playing with the bunny.

stray cat mama birth kittens in yard

Their kitty castle. 

stray cat mama birth kittens in yard

They love it!

stray cat mama birth kittens in yard

Adventuring in the backyard, looking for critters.

stray cat mama birth kittens in yard

stray cat mama birth kittens in yard

Sweet cat mama Madge is doing a great job caring for her babies.

stray cat mama birth kittens in yard

 

Once the kitties are old enough, the furry family will find their forever homes with help from WLPA.

Photos via imgur.

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