When these kitties see their human’s legs, they climb.
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.
Two men dressed as Batman and Captain America saved a cat from a burning house in West Virginia last Saturday.
John Buckland and Troy Marcum were working at a children’s event where they teach kids positive values when they saw smoke engulfing a home.
In true superhero fashion, they sprang into action, rushing towards the burning house to see if anyone was inside, and that’s when they found a cat whose owners were not at home at the time.
“I grabbed his shoulders, gave it everything we got and the door opened,” Buckland told WCHS.
Buckland, a former firefighter and Iraq veteran, said his training kicked in. “He (Captain America) breaks out the window. The smoke lets out and as I can start to see I reach down and grab something furry.” He got the kitty out to safety.
The cat appeared to be unconscious, so they began rescue efforts on the cat.
“He got resuscitated by Batman. That’s a pretty scary thing to wake up to,” Buckland joked.
Buckland said not to let the costume fool you, he’s no hero. “I just wonder what the cat was thinking. I’m glad no one was inside.”
Two men dressed as Batman and Captain America save a cat from a burning house in West Virginia Saturday
They were at a children’s event, teaching kids positive values when they saw smoke engulfing a residential home. They rushed to the house to check if there was anyone inside.
That’s when Buckland the Batman found the cat. He got the kitty outside and began the rescue efforts. ‘He got rescucitated by Batman. That’s a pretty scary thing to wake up to,’ he said.
Kitty saved by two sueprheroes: Batman and Captain America
A stray cat mama gave a fosterer quite a surprise on her birthday.
Heather learned about a stray cat and her kittens that were looking for foster care. “Someone called the Humane Society and made an appointment to bring in a stray cat and her kittens on my birthday. Because so many strays with kittens have been dropped off recently, and they were running out of foster families to send them to,” wrote Heather on her blog.
When the mama cat arrived, Heather was surprised by what she saw.
Cat mama didn’t just come with her own kittens. “She had taken on another litter of four kittens! Nine kittens! The second litter was only three days old and must have been abandoned by their mother right after birth. This sweet kitty brought them all back to her den and cared for them right along with her own babies. She doesn’t make enough milk for nine hungry mouths, so twice a day, we have bottle feed them for extra nutrition,” she added.
A stray cat mama came to her foster home with her own 5 kittens and another 4 kittens she adopted.
With nine mouths to feed, cat mama doesn’t have enough milk for everyone, so her foster family comes to help her out.
These lucky kittens are loving their three-tiered bunk bed.
Photos by Heather via her blog.