Meet Aragorn, a beautiful one-eyed cat who has a permanent wink. He lost an eye but gained a chance to live.
“He was brought to the ER for euthanasia at 3 weeks old after being attacked by a dog with his eye hanging out,” said Aragorn’s human mom via imgur. When she met the little ginger boy, she knew she had to adopt him.
This is Aragorn cuddling with his human mom in his new home.
He loves following her around the house.
Aragorn jumps in the bathtub after his mom showers.
“Are you taking me with you?”
“I only have one eye, but I can see just fine and I am happy and loved.”
Photos via imgur.
This ninja kitten Shaolin wants to play with his dog buddy.
“Shaolin, he’s so funny and adorable I made this video few days after Shaolin arrived at home, he was a little bit afraid by dogs but not too much. Now, my two dogs and the little cat are the best friends,” said Stephanie V.
With all the beds in the house, Maru stuffs himself into a container for a nap.
This is such a sweet story. A tiny orphan kitten was adopted by two big kitties when he came to his new home.
“This little guy is Milkshake. I rescued him a few short days ago after realizing that his mom had abandoned him. I didn’t think he was going to make it much longer but after a lot of bottle feeding, a nice heated bed and being immediately welcomed by my other (much older) cats, he is now one very happy kitten,” said Ashley B via Instagram.
Meet Milkshake, little rescue kitten. They didn’t know if he would make it, but with a lot of love, he pulled through and started to thrive.
As soon as Milkshake came to his new home, the big kitties in the house took to him and started snuggling with him.
They became his family…
and are very protective of him.
Photos by Ashley B via Instagram
Hazel the cat loves paper. Jackpot when she found the roll of toilet paper in the bathroom.
Meet Pippin, a fluffy cat who is happily living his cat life on two legs.
“Pippin was born with radial hypoplasia, a rare disease that twisted the bones in his front legs. When he was born he couldn’t walk, and the vet wasn’t sure if he would survive. With a lot of work and patience Pippin has adapted to living on two legs and is as happy and playful as any other cat,” said Pippin’s human via Instagram.
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“A baby photo of little Pip the day I rescued him! That basket helped him sit upright despite his arms and he slept in it until he physically couldn’t fit anymore.”
Baby Pippin finishing his breakfast.
When he was born he couldn’t walk. Against all odds, Pippin learned to walk with his hind legs. Look at him now!
Pippin enjoying this October.
“Is this a painting of me?”
Pippin standing like a boss!
Pip is as happy and playful as any other cats.
Pippin hears treat! [VIDEO]
Paw-eye coordination practice. [VIDEO]
Follow Pippin the cat on Instagram.
Tiny kitty is getting very sweepy but still refuses to go to sleep.