Riley The Miracle Rescue Kitten


This is a rescue story of a miracle kitten that was found in a field, fighting for his life. It’s amazing how far he’s come.

“He came to us one sweltering summer night very recently covered in feces and maggots, dehydrated and fighting for his life,” said Long Way Home. His condition was so bad that they weren’t sure if he would make it when they rushed him to the ER.

After a night of hard work at the ER, the kitty didn’t just survive, but was thriving. “He was fighting hard. He was cold and very thin, but he is lively, talkative, and ready to heal. He is much younger than we thought, but isn’t he gorgeous. His feet (now clean) are actually white,” Long Way Home wrote via Facebook.

“Now his name is ‘Riley’ and that’s the life he is living now that the Martell Family has adopted him! What a happy ending. Look at him standing on those newly strong legs. Look what love can do!” (facebook)

Meet Riley, a miracle kitty who was found in the field, fighting for his life. It’s amazing how far he’s come.

tuxedo kitten rescued by long way home

This is Riley on the day he was rescued. His condition was so bad that they weren’t sure if he would make it when they rushed him to the ER.

tuxedo kitten rescued by long way home

They removed all the maggots, gave him fluid, and got him treated. After a night of hard work, Riley fought the hard fight and began to thrive.

tuxedo kitten rescued by long way home

Now he has found his forever loving home.

tuxedo kitten rescued by long way home

What a happy ending!

tuxedo kitten rescued by long way home

Look at him standing on those newly strong legs. Look what love can do!

tuxedo kitten rescued by long way home

Photos by Long Way Home. Follow Riley on Facebook.

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Oliver The Rescue Ginger Cat: Then & Now


They rescued little Oliver and it changed his life forever.

Oliver’s human wrote: “The place my folks works at has a feral female cat who sleeps in one of the warehouses. She’s basically known for getting knocked up by the neighborhood cats and have multiple litters of kittens. She’s a very hostile and mean cat though (the kittens weren’t safe)… This continued to happen and began to become a real concern. The company my parents work for decided it’d be best to fix the cat so this won’t keep happening, but there was still a couple kittens remaining from her last litter. So, we rescued and kept the smallest one and found the other kittens good homes. We didn’t like the idea of taking him away from his mother at such a young age but considering the situation, it was necessary for his safety. He was about 6 days old when we took him home.

His eyes were just starting to open. We then made him our #1 priority for the next few weeks. We researched and did everything we could in hopes he’d survive. We did the whole deal – bottle fed with formula around the clock, made a fancy temperature controlled bed, cleaning up constant poo/pee, and tons of affection. He continued to gain weight and show signs of growth. He would even lay on my chest, purr, and try to suck on my lip and nose for the comfort of nursing. I named him Oliver from the disney movie, Oliver and Company. He is now over a year old, super lovable, and very happy. Rescuing and having Oliver as a pet has enriched my life significantly. He’s my little buddy.” (reddit)

rescue kitten growing up cat

rescue kitten growing up cat

rescue kitten growing up cat

rescue kitten growing up cat

rescue kitten growing up cat

 

“Rescuing and having Oliver as a pet has enriched my life significantly. He’s my little buddy.”

rescue kitten growing up cat

rescue kitten growing up cat

Photos via imgur.

Rescue Journey Of A Cow Kitty


This tiny cow kitty was just 70 grams when they rescued him. They took him home and nursed him back to health. This is his journey from a tiny kitten to a healthy happy cat.

rescue cow kitten from tiny to big kitty cat

rescue cow kitten from tiny to big kitty cat

rescue cow kitten from tiny to big kitty cat on scale

rescue cow kitten from tiny to big kitty cat

rescue cow kitten from tiny to big kitty cat bottle

rescue cow kitten from tiny to big kitty cat

rescue cow kitten from tiny to big kitty cat

rescue cow kitten from tiny to big kitty cat

rescue cow kitten from tiny to big kitty cat

rescue cow kitten from tiny to big kitty cat

rescue cow kitten from tiny to big kitty cat

Photos by cocoroneko.

Feral Cat Found Trust & Love


More than a month ago, this little feral cat was found living in a neglected lot in a neighborhood without adequate or stable source of food, water or shelter. “It took me quite a few days to gain enough ‘trust’ in order to get him. I would go by each morning and late afternoon with food and water. Usually canned cat food, sometimes tuna or salmon. Eventually he stopped running at the sight of me, and better still, he didn’t mind me sitting near him as he ate. Once I felt brave enough I scooped him up mid-meal and put him in a cardboard cat carrier to bring him home. To be clear, he absolutely thrashed in the box the whole walk home and I was terrified he’d kill me once I opened it up. Obviously our relationship is going better than expected.” said vonnegoat of reddit.

With a lot of love and patience, kitty adapted to his new home. “I think he’s really enjoying the great indoors.”

“This morning he scrambled onto my bed at 4 am. Not my ideal wake up hour, but considering the progress, I was pretty excited.”

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“He spent his first 36 hours indoors under my bed, refusing to move. His talents at the time were sitting absolutely still for hours on end and staring into the depths of my soul without blinking.”

rescue feral cat enjoys indoor life

“On his second day, he started to explore my room, albeit timidly.”

rescue feral cat enjoys indoor life

“First nap on a bed, first real step to becoming a pet.”

rescue feral cat enjoys indoor life

“Now kitten naps everywhere, including my lap.”

rescue feral cat enjoys indoor life

“And my shoulder.”

rescue feral cat enjoys indoor life

rescue feral cat enjoys indoor life

“I think he’s starting to like it here.”

rescue feral cat enjoys indoor life

Photos via imgur.

Kitten Found On Roadside: Then & Now


Meet Roo the cat, who was found in a box on the side of the road covered in dirt and ticks. When Sophia spotted him, she knew she couldn’t leave him: “I have a surprise. We must wash him now and cuddle.”

“He was really sick when I found him and well, he had diarrhea that got all over his beautiful fur, but nevermore! Solid poops came soon after some sleep, yummy kitten food, and a warm bath,” said Sophia via reddit.

All grown up now, Roo is caring for foster kittens that are just like him.

Meet Roo the rescue cat. After a bath, he was sharing food with a new furiend.

Roo the little rescue kitten eating with dog

Tiny little ball of fluff.

Roo the little rescue kitten and mug

Roo cuddling with Sophia who saved him from the side of the road.

Roo the little rescue kitten cuddling

All grown up now, Roo is helping his human mom with her foster kittens.

Roo the little rescue cat helps foster kitten

Photos by Sophiase via reddit.

Grandma And Her Kitten


Ever since grandma found her kitten, the two have been inseparable.

On the day they met, she held the tiny kitten in her arms during the trip home “I looked over to my Grandma and knew I made the right choice,” said the granddaughter.

kitten and grandmother special bond

Adorable!

kitten and grandmother special bond

Home… still cuddling

kitten and grandmother special bond

Grandma loves her kitten and they are inseparable.

kitten and grandmother special bond

Photos by kixu6964 via reddit..

Police Officers Rescued Kittens And Are Caring For Them


Officer Johnson and his colleagues rescued three tiny kittens in the parking lot and are now taking turns to care for them until they can get adopted.

“West Division patrol officers give new meaning to ‘Protect andServe.’ Patrol officers found three tiny deserted kittens in the parking lot outside a West Division police sector. Everyone is pitching in and taking turns helping the kittens until they can get adopted! We will keep our followers updated on their progress and showcase them on our ‘Furrever Friday’ post when they are old enough for adoption!” (Fort Worth Police Department)

Great job officers!

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Three tiny kittens were rescued in the parking lot by police officers from Fort Worth Police Department. They are pitching in and taking turns helping the kittens until they can get adopted.

Officer Johnson of the fort Worth police department rescued some motherless kittens

Happy kitten getting her belly filled.

Officer Johnson of the fort Worth police department rescued some motherless kittens

Another officer helping out and bottle feeding the kittens.

Officer Johnson of the fort Worth police department rescued some motherless kittens

Photos by Fort Worth Police Department.

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