A tiny calico kitten was saved and adopted by a retired guard dog. Now Lily the dog guards and protects her little kitten.
“I heard a loud funny noise as we entered the park and I thought it was a bird. We walked Lily and on the way out I decided to investigate the noise that was still quite loud thinking it could be an injured bird,” said Lorrie R. via Kitty Army.
As they approached closer to the noise, Lily the dog started sniffing around and that’s when she found a 2 week old kitten. Knowing that it would be impossible for the kitten to survive in the woods, Lorrie picked up the kitten and they were headed off home.
“So I brought her home thinking it was going to be a very long month keeping them apart and safe. Much to my surprise, Lily has adopted the kitten! Comes and gets me when she needs to be fed and watches to make sure I do it right! I think Lily wants to keep her and I think in a month’s time she may get her wish!”
A tiny calico kitten was saved and adopted by a dog named Lily.
Lily is a retired guard dog and now she guards and protects her little kitten.
Lily watches over her little kitten like a mother would.
When it’s time for the kitten to be fed, she watches to make sure her human does it right.
Lily loves her kitty and the kitten adores her new mom.
Photos via Imgur and Kitty Army.
Being blind doesn’t make this kitty disabled. He uses his other senses to help him ‘see.’
He was born this way, blind in both eyes. When he was little he learned how to navigate with his other senses. (reddit)
Even though he can’t see the bowl, he knows how to have fun with it.
He doesn’t need vision to know there is something fishy in the tank. “Oh hi, umm I was just checking on them,” he says.
He uses his hearing and other senses to help him ‘see.’ Here he is listening to his human work.
Photos via reddit.
“All treats must be off the table and into my mouth,” says Bert the cat.
A tiny orphan squirrel fell out of a tree but was saved by a family and a cat who took it in and began to raise it as her own.
Lisa Reichel and her family found the baby squirrel and attempted to save it. They were told by a wildlife expert to use a dropper to nurse it but the little squirrel wouldn’t accept it.
That’s when Lisa thought about Jingles the cat, who had a litter of her own. She placed the squirrel with the cat mother and Jingles started nursing her new baby.
A tiny orphan squirrel fell out of a tree but was saved by a cat mother who took it in and began to raise it as her own.
Source: clevescene. Photos via izismile.
Tiny kitten is taking a nap with his human dad.
See how Max the Manx cat does to get his box. It’s a new trick.
Lady, a 9 year old cat, had stayed at the shelter for nearly a year. Afraid that she wouldn’t find a home, Spokane Humane Society started a campaign on Facebook to help Lady find a home.
Spokane Humane Society wrote on Facebook: “Lady has been at the Spokane Humane Society since 5/13/2013; nearly a year! She is about 9 years old and was surrendered because her owners didn’t feel like they had enough time for her. At first Lady was Miss Sassy Pants with other cats as well as with people. The longer she has been here the more she has mellowed out, but when Lady started acting lethargic and not sassy at all we knew something was wrong.
Our Vets looked at her on March 13th and determined that she was diabetic, but they thought it was caught very early and were hopeful that she would be easy to regulate. It took us awhile to get her glucose levels regulated, but now that she is back to her normal self we are hoping to find an adoptive home or rescue to help her stay regulated and find her a place (other than the shelter) to call home.
Nowadays the only time we really see Lady’s attitude come out is when we try to make her do something she doesn’t want to do (like draw blood), though moving her to a new environment might bring out her sassy side once again. Most of the time Lady enjoys talking to you, following you, sitting on your lap, and giving you kisses. She also (as you can see in the picture) likes to have a cat tower handy at all times.”
The photo has gotten over 20k shares on Facebook. A week after Lady’s story went out, she was headed to her new home. “We’re very excited to announce that Lady (inside the carrier) our long time kitty with diabetes was just adopted!”
Lady, a 9 year old cat, asks for help to find a forever home. This picture has gotten over 20k shares on Facebook
“We’re very excited to announce that Lady (inside the carrier) our long time kitty with diabetes was just adopted!”
Photos via Spokane Humane Society.