This tiny ginger kitten’s fate could have been much different if not for Toronto police officers who rescued him out of a city trash can.
A group of pedestrians heard kitten cries from a garbage can. When they found the kitten, they flagged down 13 Division officers for help.
As soon as Const. Shawn Kinghorn saw the kitten, he knew right away that he wanted to adopt the cat. He took the kitten to the vet and paid for the entire bill. They named him Django. He was given a clean bill of health except he is very hungry and would need hand feeding through a syringe.
Django is determined to be about 10 days old. No one knows how long he stayed in the garbage can, but one thing is for sure that he’s now in good hands and very loved.
This tiny kitten’s fate could have been much different if not for Toronto police officers who rescued him out of a garbage can.
When Const. Shawn Kinghorn saw the kitten, he knew he wanted to adopt him right away
They named him Django and gave him a teddy bear to snuggle with.
Kinghorn took him to the vet and paid for the entire bill. Django is healthy but very hungry. They are feeding him round the clock with a syringe.
He is happy snuggling with a teddy bear and his new dad who saved him
Shorty and Kodi find games in everything and the coffee table is no different.
Mia came to her foster home as a tiny orphan kitten. When she met Marlowe and Melba the rabbits, a special interspecies friendship started to brew. Next thing they knew was that they could not separate these furry friends.
Mia bonded with the rabbits so well, especially Marlowe, that they ended up adopting her. “Mia came and joined her BFF (bunny feline friend) Marlowe while he was in a bonding session with Melba (the rabbit). I adopted Mia for Marlowe back in June when he helped keep six orphan kittens company for three days,” said Liz via flickr.
When Mia the kitten met Marlowe and Melba, two rabbits, a special friendship started to grow.
She came to her foster home as a tiny orphan
Mia made herself right at home with her rabbit BFFs – bonding time!
Snuggling session. They became inseparable. Liz ended up adopting Mia so the trio could be living together.
Photos by Liz via flickr.
Princess the cat overcomes the newspaper and demands some laptime.
A foster cat took on the mother’s role and became a protective father to a litter of kittens.
He was initially kept separated from the kittens. “But he showed a strong interest so I allowed him in the room more… He helps clean them, keeps them away from areas they shouldn’t be near, even licks them to help them use the bathroom…,” said rory2013 via reddit.
A protective father cat to these tiny foster kittens.
He wouldn’t let them go without a hug.
Cuddle time and love from a father.
Photos via reddit.