Elsa The ‘Frozen’ Kitten Gets Adopted!


Remember Elsa the kitten found in freezing temperature in Denver? The story has a happy ending.

The little orange tabby has been adopted by none other than her foster dad who nursed the little ginger girl back to health.

Elsa’s temperature was so low that it didn’t register on a thermometer. The shelter workers of the Denver Dumb Friends League used blankets, heating pads and hair dryers to help her warm up.

When she was placed in the care of Jim Slater, who has fostered dozens of animals and is experienced in handling severe medical cases, he fell in love with little Elsa. “She was by far the sweetest kitten I’ve ever fostered,” said Jim. “She’s just amazing.”

“On Saturday, exactly one month after being rescued from the freezing cold and brought to our shelter, the Colorado kitten who ignited compassion around the world was adopted by the foster parent who nurtured her back to health after she suffered severe hypothermia. Elsa’s foster parent turned forever parent, Jim, also happens to be our 2014 Volunteer of the Year! We’re thrilled for both of them and couldn’t imagine a better fairytale ending,” The Dumb Friends League posted news of Elsa’s adoption at Facebook.

Now Elsa is a very happy kitty living with her older brother Blue the cat and the person who loves her to bits.

Elsa the kitten found in sub-zero weather in Denver has been adopted by her foster dad.

Elsa, kitten found in frigid weather in Denver, adopted by foster family

Elsa’s temperature was so low that it didn’t register on a thermometer. They used blankets, heating pads and hair dryers to help her warm up. Jim worked around the clock to bring the little ginger girl back to health.

Elsa, kitten found in frigid weather in Denver, adopted by foster family

Look at the difference! Elsa happy and healthy now!

Elsa, kitten found in frigid weather in Denver, adopted by foster family

She now has a brother named Blue. 

Elsa, kitten found in frigid weather in Denver, adopted by foster family

Elsa and her favorite person in the world.

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4-day Old Kitten, Nacho, Rescued From Underneath Porch


“Found an abandoned 4-day old kitten underneath our porch,” said Abbey via reddit. Her mother took in the tiny ball of fur and worked around the clock to help him survive.

They named him Nacho and the little ginger boy got bigger and stronger day by day.

“He’s doing awesome! He’s learned to go up and down stairs and how to eat/drink like a big boy and poop on his own! We’ve decided to keep him. My dad loves him so much, he’s going to get allergy shots so that he can stay around,” she added. (reddit)

Meet Nacho. He was just 4 days old when they found him underneath their porch. 

4-day old ginger kitten rescued under porch then and now mouse

Nacho taking a nap in a cereal bowl.

4-day old ginger kitten rescued under porch then and now sleeping in bowl

“My sister is a former Vet Tech and showed my mom how to take care of him – cat’s milk replacer, feeding every 3 hours, keeping him warm, stimulating elimination, etc.”

4-day old ginger kitten rescued under porch then and now bottle feeding

He literally fits in the palm of your hand.

4-day old ginger kitten rescued under porch then and now

Nacho opened his eyes to see the world!

4-day old ginger kitten rescued under porch then and now eyes opened

He even made a doggie friend.

4-day old ginger kitten rescued under porch dog friend

Nacho supervising the house. “We’ve decided to keep him. My dad loves him so much, he’s going to get allergy shots so that he can stay around.”

4-day old kitten rescued under porch then and now

Photos via imgur.

Kittens Rescued From Flood Water – Amazing Footage


Three tiny kittens were meowing for helping during a flood. When Vincent realized that there were kittens in the flood water, he raced to the rescue.

Kittens Rescued From Flood Water

WATCH VIDEOS: Amazing footage of the rescue

“I thought i heard a weird noise till I went out to see what it was and it was kittens. So I went back inside got a jacket and my camera and went to go get them! The water ended being up to just below my waist, An the kittens were only about 2 1/2 weeks to 3 1/2 weeks old.” (This video contains some adult language due to the difficult conditions)

After the kittens were rescued.

Kitty all grown up now.

Jesse The Wonder Cat


Jesse the ginger cat cannot use his back legs to walk, but he’s figured out a way to move around and nothing can stop this wonder cat. He loves life and especially his human companions.

“He is amazing. Best cat ever! He was thrown from a car as a kitten but still loves humans and would never hurt anyone. He loves to flirt with everyone,” said one of Jesse’s caretakers at the Cat Clinic of Chattanooga. 

Jesse is great with kittens. He’s been helping kitties coming into the clinic and providing them comfort and lots of playtime. “Jesse always hangs with kittens and other cats. In fact he loves kittens and playing.”

They made Jesse a wheel chair to help him navigate, but Jesse wanted to walk on his own. “He has a wheel chair but hates it. He can run and play just fine.”

Today Jesse is living at the clinic and being taken care by his human friends. He’s inspired so many with his story – despite his disability, Jesse is always so happy and living his life to the fullest.

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Meet Jesse the wonder cat!

jesse paralyzed ginger wonder cat

His back legs are paralyzed but nothing can stop him!

jesse paralyzed ginger wonder cat

“I go places, but sometimes my butt forgets to follow.”

jesse paralyzed ginger wonder cat

He’s figured out a way to walk and even run. This is curious Jesse exploring.

jesse paralyzed ginger wonder cat

Jesse has the cutest sitting pose. 

jesse paralyzed ginger wonder cat

Sometimes he likes to look out the window and enjoy some cat entertainment. 

jesse paralyzed ginger wonder cat

Jesse loves other cats and kittens. Here he’s greeting a new kitten at the clinic.

jesse paralyzed ginger wonder cat

I am a very happy boy despite my disability. I can’t jump like other cats, but I can play!”

jesse paralyzed ginger wonder cat

WATCH VIDEO: Jesse being nosey.

Follow Jesse the wonder cat on Facebook.

Tiny Miracle Kitty with Huge Ears and a Big Heart.


Meet Eeyore, a small miracle kitty.

He is a shelter, throw away kitty turned in to the Montgomery County Animal Shelter, along with his cat mother and four siblings.

Here’s Eeyore’s story via his Facebook page: “I’m a small miracle. I wasn’t even 4 oz when Mom brought me home from work. My brothers were much larger and still are. I’m what they call, ‘the runt’. We all did fine for the first week… but one morning, Mom woke up, started her routine and came to check on us. I was on my side, seizing and barely breathing. I was almost gone.

Being so small, Mom didnt have much hope but tried everything she could: fluids, karo syrup and wrapping me in a heated towel and carrying me around. She was weary and expected me to be gone when she unwrapped the towel… BUT to her surprise, I popped up!

I had a severe hookworm infestation and it took a toll on me..I crashed 3 more times. Mom carried me everywhere, giving me fluids, special kitty milk, keeping me warm… you name it… every hour for a week. It was very touch and go, but a week later, things seemed to be turning in a positive direction.

That was the beginning of November and here I am. I am about 8-9 weeks old now and getting stronger everyday. I weigh 1.2 lbs and do almost everything a normal kitten does. That’s why Mom makes such a big deal about ‘my firsts’ and everything I do.

I’m what she calls, a Christmas miracle, and for that, I am grateful. I have been given a second chance and my goal is to bring joy and smiles to everyone I meet!”

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Meet Eeyore, a tiny miracle kitty. He’s the runt of his litter saved by the Montgomery County Animal Shelter.

the tiny little brown tabby rescue kitten with huge ears and a big heart

He weighed less than 4 oz, when they brought him home.

the tiny little brown tabby rescue kitten with huge ears and a big heart

Being so small, Eeyore fought hard to live and his family was there every step of the way to bring him back to health.

the tiny little brown tabby rescue kitten with huge ears and a big heart

He is 8-9 weeks old now and getting stronger everyday.

the tiny little brown tabby rescue kitten with huge ears and a big heart

Now he weighs 1.2 lbs and does almost everything a normal kitten does.

the tiny little brown tabby rescue kitten with huge ears and a big heart

He’s a Christmas miracle to his family.

the tiny little brown tabby rescue kitten with huge ears and a big heart

He’s got big ears and a big heart!

the tiny little brown tabby rescue kitten with huge ears and a big heart

Loved!

the tiny little brown tabby rescue kitten with huge ears and a big heart

“I’m a little fighter!”

the tiny little brown tabby rescue kitten with huge ears and a big heart

WATCH VIDEO: Eeyore making biscuits.

Follow Eeyore on Facebook.

Sasha the Stray Cat Finds New Home At Two Libraries


A stray cat found her way into two local libraries in Dorr Township, Michigan. When Natalie Bazan’s mother was taking a walk through one of the parks in the city, she was greeted by a feline friend. “…she heard a meowing up in the tree and down comes Sasha,” said Natalie, the Director of the Hopkins District and Dorr Township Libraries. (News Channel 3)

“My mom called me up and said ‘Hey, can you do something with this kitten?’ She became our library cat,” she said.

“People love coming in and playing with her. They’ve brought toys, they’ve bought food, treats, all kinds of stuff. It’s just wonderful.”

Sasha the 8 month old Japanese Bobtail cat has traveled between the two libraries every day for a couple months. She enjoys greeting readers, walking around the libraries, and napping on bookshelves.

“We’re hoping to use her to draw attention to the Humane Society. We’re looking to do a Humane Society drive for this Christmas season. And we’re asking people to bring in donations, because she was a homeless cat,” Bazan added.

“It brings people in that won’t necessarily usually come to the library. They like to come in search her out and play with her. They get used to coming in and then they can use our resources and realize what we have here. She’s a gateway to the library,” Bazan told to News Channel 3.

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Meet Sasha, a stray cat, who found her new home at two libraries. 

sasha Stray cat finds new home at two local libraries

She was discovered in a park. They brought her in and gave her a home at the libraries. 

sasha Stray cat finds new home at two local libraries

Sasha the 8 month old Japanese Bobtail cat enjoys greeting readers, walking around the libraries, and napping on bookshelves. 

sasha Stray cat finds new home at two local librariesPhoto by Sherry Kuyt

WATCH VIDEO: Sasha the stray cat found a home at two libraries.

Source: News Channel 3. Follow Sasha at Dorr Township Library.

Dog and Cat Found Together As Strays Share Lifelong Friendship


Penny the cat and Henny the dog found together as strays share a lifelong friendship. The duo can’t be separated.

“They were brought in as strays to us by a citizen in Martinez who found them in her yard,” Daniel Mayne of Columbia County Animal Services told News Channel 6.

“In the mornings Henny will groom Penny, the cat. They will get to playing and we let them out of their cages to play around in the room while we’re cleaning.” he added.

“Apparently, Penny, the cat wandered into the yard one day. Since then the two have been completely inseparable… It was meant to be.”

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Meet Penny the cat and Henny the dog brought to the shelter as strays. They are inseparable.

dog cat best friends adopted together

WATCH VIDEO: Penny the cat and Henny the dog.

We are happy to announce that Penny and Henny have found their forever home together. “Our Christmas wish was answered,” the shelter wrote. 

dog cat best friends adopted together

Source: wjbf.

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