When Hyder the rescue kitty discovered a tissue box, she immediately knew she had to dive into it.
“I found Hyder hiding under a bush. She was meowing, scared and shaking. After 10 minutes of waiting, she came out of the hole and walked to me. I brought her inside, gave her some water and food. Took her to the vet the next day and she got a clean bill of health. She’s a permanent member of the house and she loves to play,” said Hyder’s human via YouTube.
When they got Goldie, he started to cuddle with his little human sister. It was love at first sight.
“You are my human now,” said Goldie.
A group of eight kitties were rescued by the Cats Protection Birmingham Adoption Centre in July. When the rescue workers inspected the kitties, they discovered that almost all of them had extra toes on their paws.
“A group of cats was recently abandoned at our Birmingham Adoption Centre. Two female adults were accompanied by six eight-week-old kittens, several of which were showing signs of mild cat flu, plus eye infections. All were seen and treated by a vet and have now been nursed back to health,” via Cats Protection blog.
“The extraordinary thing is that with the exception of two kittens, all the cats have extra toes! They have therefore been dubbed ‘the Polydactyl family’.”
Meet the Polydactyl family!
This little guy has extra digits on his paws.
Normally a cat has 18 toes.
Five on each front paw and four on each hind paw.
The number of toes of a polydactyl cat ranges 22 to 27.
This gives this group of kitties a total of 180 toes!
That’s a lot of toes and more to love.
Photos by SWNS via Buzzfeed. Follow Cats Protection Birmingham Adoption Centre on Facebook. Contact them on 01564 822 020 or firstname.lastname@example.org
These yawny kitties are so cute and sweepy. They may make you yawn too.
Chun Chun the kitten decides to drink from the milk bottle on his own. Look at those ears flap!
This kitty’s human discovered that they could create a cat trap simply by drawing a circle on the floor. These ‘cat traps’ have been very successful. (guremike.jp)
First lay out the trap on the floor.
Wait for your cat to become interested in the trap.
Stay put until your cat settles in the center.
Let’s look at a slightly different trap.
Many humans from around the net learned about the cat traps and decided to test them out. It worked! (reddit)
It works with toilet paper too. (reddit)
However, not every cat falls for the trap. (reddit)
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Cute little kitten is waking up but is still a little sweepy.