This tiny kitten with many toes loves to play peek-a-boo.
“This stray kitten came up to my boyfriend yesterday meowing for help. Here they are at the vet’s office. I’m pretty sure they’re in love,” kitty’s human said via reddit.
“A family of stray cats live under his neighbor’s house. We try to feed them, but they’re impossible to catch to give medical help. We haven’t seen any of them in a while, and the neighbor hasn’t been home either, so we think something happened to the mom and sibling.”
The couple decided to rescue the kitten and bring him to safety. As soon as they got to the vet’s office, they knew they couldn’t let him go.
They are keeping the little kitten and have named him Smokey. (reddit)
A tiny stray came up to a man for help. Here they are at the vet’s office. “I’m pretty sure they’re in love.”
Photo via imgur.
A cat named Camber has a penchant for boats. He lives on a house boat with his owners in Australia. Whenever they are about to sail off, Camber gets up and helps his human dad with the prep work.
“My aunt’s picture of ‘her men working on the new sail.’ This is their second houseboat cat, it seems to work well for them,” said Artemisian11 via reddit.
Camber and his human dad working on the new sail
He’s fond of the boat
Kitty dives in a pair of pajama bottoms while they are waiting to fold the laundry.
This is how they coax her out.
“Heathcliff is 11 year old, and she’s carried this bone all over the house since she was a kitten,” her human said.
“When Heathcliff carries the bone she makes this cooing sound. It’s been next impossible to catch a pic of her carrying it, but I have managed twice.”
Heathcliff came to her humans as a rescue.
“Heathcliff is 11 year old, and she’s carried this bone all over the house since she was a kitten.”
Photos via reddit.
Meet Saltwater Taffy, the Lobster Claw kitty.
She was found and rescued from a backyard in Philadelphia one night. “The shelter noticed right away that there was something very different about this five week old kitten: She had little lobster claw legs,” they wrote on Taffy’s Facebook.
Her front legs are shaped like the letter “L.” According to the shelter vets, her legs are most likely the results of tendon contracture and possibly missing radial bones.
“Because she is still a baby monkey, she doesn’t get around too great yet. She kind of flops around because her front legs aren’t very strong. She manages to get herself to her food bowl for noms and pushes herself into a pile to lay with her two siblings.”
“The good news is that aside from her lobster claws, she seems to be in pretty good health and she has already made it this far. Her foster mom isn’t sure if Saltwater Taffy will ever be able to walk normally. Maybe she will be like those cats who walk on their elbows!”
They made her a sling to help her learn to walk and get stronger. Also, they have just raised enough money for lots of X-rays and ortho consult for little Taffy.
Meet Saltwater Taffy, the Lobster Claw Kitty
Her foster mom made a sling to try to help her learn to walk again
Saltwater Taffy and her siblings, snuggle time
Happy and playful Taffy
Photos via Taffy’s Facebook Page.
Kitten scares mama cat, then some crazy fun ensues.
All these foster kitties are from Vancouver Orphan Kitten Rescue Assoc.