What A Difference Love Makes


TeeNee was only four weeks old when he came to his foster home. He is now eight weeks old. Look what a difference lots of love makes. (via Facebook)

“First day home, widdle bag of bones.”

foster kitten then and now

Cuddling with his foster mom. He was barely hanging on.

foster kitten then and now

Charlie Truble the cat stepped in to help. He became his big brother.

foster kitten then and now

Charlie teaching him to play…

foster kitten then and now

Charlie teaching him to fish…

foster kitten then and now

TeeNee following him around.

foster kitten then and now

8 weeks old. TeeNee waving ‘Hi’ to the camera from his comfy bed. What a difference love makes.

foster kitten then and now

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From Tiny Kitten To Majestic Norwegian Forest Cat


This is how a tiny little kitten turns into a majestic fluffy Norwegian Forest cat.

From adorable kitten to a majestic Norwegian Forest Cat

From adorable kitten to a majestic Norwegian Forest Cat

From adorable kitten to a majestic Norwegian Forest Cat

From adorable kitten to a majestic Norwegian Forest Cat

From adorable kitten to a majestic Norwegian Forest Cat

From adorable kitten to a majestic Norwegian Forest Cat

From adorable kitten to a majestic Norwegian Forest Cat

From adorable kitten to a majestic Norwegian Forest Cat

Simply Majestic!

From adorable kitten to a majestic Norwegian Forest Cat

From adorable kitten to a majestic Norwegian Forest Cat

Photos via imgur.

Kitty With A Surprised Look


Meet Madara aka Banye. He is a one-year-old British Shorthair who was born with a little goatee that gives him a bit of a surprised and perplexed look.

“OH! What’s that?”

banye Madara the cat with goatee

“Whatcha doing?”

banye Madara the cat with goatee

“Haaaappyyyy!”

banye Madara the cat with goatee

When he was one and half months old.

banye Madara the cat with goatee kitten

All grown up now! The surprised look sticks around.

banye Madara the cat with goatee

“What’s that blinking box?”

banye Madara the cat with goatee

He always looks curious.

banye Madara the cat with goatee

“What is this?”

banye Madara the cat with goatee

Follow Madara/Banye on Instagram @madaraorz.
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Rescue Ginger Kitten Adopted By Litter Of Kitties


When a rescue ginger kitten, who desperately needed friends, was introduced to a litter of kittens, he became the happiest kitty he could be.

“PW was a singleton who’d been at the shelter for a few weeks, and desperately needed to be around other kittens his own age,” said Robyn Anderson via Love and Hisses. “Ralph, Trader Joe, Von and Winn Dixie were a litter born at a vet’s office, and were about a week younger than PW.”

Robyn knew they would make the perfect siblings for PW.

PW was found at a grocery store. “PW came to us prenamed – so named because he was found at a Piggly Wiggly – and so we went with grocery store names as our naming theme,” Robyn added.

Now PW can’t get enough of playtime with his new fur friends. “They’re sweet, friendly, extremely playful kittens, and after some initial hissiness between PW and the other four, they get along great and play together like crazy.”

Meet PW, a tiny ginger kitten found at a grocery store (Piggly Wiggly). He was at the shelter for a few weeks, desperately needed friends.

ginger rescue kitten holding finger

Robyn, the fosterer, picked up the little guy and introduced him to a litter of foster kittens. PW became the happiest kitty he could be.

ginger rescue kitten adopted by litter of foster kittens

“Excuse me! Can you play with me?”

ginger rescue kitten adopted by litter of foster kittens play

“Can you play with me now?”

ginger rescue kitten adopted by litter of foster kittens

“Surprise!”

ginger rescue kitten adopted by litter of foster kittens

“Don’t go! Let’s play!”

ginger rescue kitten adopted by litter of foster kittens jumping

Food time between play times.

ginger rescue kitten adopted by litter of foster kittens eating

“Yay! You are playing with me!”

ginger rescue kitten adopted by litter of foster kittens

“I love you!”

ginger rescue kitten adopted by litter of foster kittens

Photos courtesy of Robyn Anderson of  Challenger’s House. Follow Love And Hisses on Facebook.

Trixie The Rescue Kitten Given A Second Chance


This is the face that Lorene saw when she met the little orphan kitten named Trixie at the shelter, waiting for a foster home.

“About a week ago someone is Osler found a kitten who was abandoned by her mother. The kitten was about two weeks old. I was at the SPCA and wasn’t really intending to foster because we still have Paige (another rescue cat they care for) in the basement,” said Lorene of Saskatoon SPCA.

But when she saw those eyes looking at her…. “And now we have Trixie in a large enclosure upstairs!”

trixie the rescue kitten Saskatoon SPCA

“Shelter staff had hoped she was old enough to eat solid food, but that just gave her the runs. After some kitten milk replacer her problems cleared up, but it was definitely bath time,” Lorene added.

trixie the rescue kitten Saskatoon SPCA bath

“So far Trixie’s life has mostly been eat, burp, sleep. We’ve very recently added some playtime in there after eating, because she’s getting more active.”

trixie the rescue kitten Saskatoon SPCA

Trixie is getting a lot of love and cuddles from her foster mom.  “We have a little pillow that contains a sound chip that makes a heartbeat sound, and that seems to keep her from getting lonely.”

trixie the rescue kitten Saskatoon SPCA

Trixie will be looking for a loving home when she’s big enough. Follow Trixie at Saskatoon SPCA on Facebook. Also seen on Cuteoverload.

Cat Mama Adopts Big Kitten


A farm cat mama adopted a big kitten who needed some mother’s love. How adorable is that!

farm cat mama adopts big kitten

farm cat mama adopts big kitten

farm cat mama adopts big kitten

farm cat mama adopts big kitten

Photos via imgur.

Cat Greets Cyclist By Climbing On His Backpack


A kitty came to greet a cyclist by climbing on his backpack. “When I stopped cycling this cat came out of the woods. I bent down to pet her then she crawled up my arm and sat on my backpack,” said via imgur.

“I was cycling out this weekend to help marshal the Two Tunnel running race here in Bath. I stopped at the entrance to the Combe Down Tunnel, a mile-long tunnel and saw a cat come running out of the woods. She came over for a some tummy rubs then climbed up my arm and settled down on my backpack,” he added via reddit.

The cyclist believes that the cat belongs to a family nearby. “There are lots of houses nearby and she’s well fed. I’m up at the tunnels a lot so I’ll keep an eye out anyway.”

Marshaling at the Two Tunnels today, he picked up a little helper.

bike meets greeting cat

“She came over for a some tummy rubs…

bike meets greeting cat

…then climbed up my arm…

bike meets greeting cat

bike meets greeting cat

… and settled down on my backpack.”

bike meets greeting cat

bike meets greeting cat

Photos via imgur.

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