Jo-Jo, a tiny feral kitten, was saved from a hole at a construction site after being stuck in there for several days.
Officers from Spartanburg Animal Services spent more than an hour to save the little feral kitten. She is in good hands now.
Jo-Jo, little feral kitten cuddling with her rescuer, Jessica of Spartanburg Animal Services
They found Jo-Jo trapped in a hole
Jo-Jo – Life is good now.
Photos by Spartanburg Animal Services.
Frank and Beans, two tiny kittens, were found behind dumpsters by an airport ground service worker.
Reddit user Johnny was throwing out trash when he heard kitty cries near the dumpsters. He spotted the kittens and knew right away he had to do something to help the little ones. Hoping to find the cat mother, “I waited 6 hours from when I first heard them crying,” he said. With no mother cat in sight, he decided to take the kittens with him.
In the next week or so, he kept an eye out for the cat mother, but no cat came for the babies. In the meantime, he had started bottle feeding the little babies around the clock.
When asked if he was keeping the kittens, he said “Yes, I am attached.”
When Frank and Beans were rescued near the dumpsters by the person who adopted them
Frank and Beans at 5 weeks today
Photos via reddit.
A woman found something very near and dear to her at her Moore, OK home on Tuesday. She was reunited with her missing cat in the rubble of her damaged home.
Lynn Dennis found her cat that she thought she would never see again.
“Everything else can be replaced. And the stuff we found is what we need,” Lynn said.
[Watch video below]
After the massive tornado that struck Oklahoma last Sunday, there was a very lucky reunion when Eric and June Simson found their beloved cat Sammi in the rubble of their home that was ravaged by the tornado.
June Simson embraces her cat Sammi after she found him standing on the rubble of her destroyed home on May 21, 2013 in Moore, Oklahoma.
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June Simson receives a hug from her neighbor Jo McGee while embracing her cat Sammi
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Eric and June Simson happy to be reunited with their beloved cat Sammi
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After the massive tornado that struck south Oklahoma City and Moore, Okla., some pets have found their humans, but many are still missing. Local rescue groups are frantically trying to search and rescue any lost, injured and scared animals and provide them shelter, food, warmth, love while trying to reunite them with their humans.
Post a lost or found pet here.
Here are some of the local rescue groups that you can send your help to:
1 Day Ranch [Facebook]
Edmond Animal Welfare [Facebook]
Oklahoma Humane Society. Here is their OK Humane Disaster Relief Fund
Text REDCROSS to 90999 to give $10 to American Red Cross Disaster Relief, donate online, or donate by phone at 1-800-RED CROSS.
Rachel Hilton holds stray kittens she found in the debris of her parents’ home
Kay James cuddles with her cat in the rubble of what used to be her home.
Maeghan Hadley, of the One Day Ranch pet rescue, saves a kitten from under the rubble of a mobile home, near Shawnee, Oklahoma. [Full story here]
Andi, one of the lost cats. More missing cat via Moore Oklahoma Lost and Found Animals. Another list from Edmond Animal Shelter
Photos via Caller and Moore Oklahoma Lost and Found Animals.
A tiny grey kitten was pulled out of the rubble of a mobile home destroyed by the huge tornado that hit Oklahoma last Sunday.
Maeghan Hadley of One Day Ranch pet rescue, found the tiny kitten during their rescue search. ”It took myself and 6 other search and rescue workers digging through a massive pile of rubble to find this little girl…. She’s ok though,” the rescue group said.
Maeghan Hadley rescues a little kitten from under the rubble of a mobile home destroyed by Sunday’s tornado in Oklahoma
This is what they found this tiny little kitten under…. The kitten’s loud cries led the rescuers to her.
Source: SFgate. Follow One Day Ranch pet rescue on facebook.
A litter of three kittens were saved by a police officer after witnessing a man trying to throw a bag of kittens out his car window. The man was arrested and faces charges.
The 3 tiny kittens survived thanks to police and fire officials that came to the rescue.
“I turned off 7th Street on to Doughlas, I observed a male throw an unknown object into a creek. Once I went down there and retrieved the bag, I quickly realized they were kittens,” said West Frankfort Officer James Trogolo.
He and his partner administered CPR after seeing the kittens snuggle to survive. Two of the kittens were quickly revived.
“The third, we weren’t having so much luck with, so we rushed to the fire department.” They hooked up the kitty to oxygen and gave the little one chest compressions. It saved the kitten’s life.
“My girls love cats. They’ve always wanted kittens so I just thought of them and, you know, I wouldn’t want them to see anything like that.”
All three kittens are alive and now in good hands at his partner’s home.