Murray the ginger kitty just found his favorite iPad app. It squeaks :).
Dexter an one year old fluffy cat has a big heart for little foster kittens. Ever since Finn and Dash came to their foster home, Dexter has taken to them with open arms. He is like the furry dad that the two
orphan kittens never had [edit: their cat mama Norma is in the foster home too]. Dexter is teaching the kitties how to be a man-cat.
Here is Dexter snuggling with Finn and sharing a precious moment together:
Ohagi the kitty forgot to put his tongue away before he fell asleep. Isn’t it just adorable when cats do that?
A teeny tiny kitten was found by a dog who became her protective canine brother. They have never parted since that day.
It seemed to be just another day when Randy Rundio took his dog Scooter out for a walk and exercise, but when Scooter returned to his owner, he brought back a tiny 2 week old kitten who could barely walk at the time. According to Randy, they started feeding the kitten out of a bottle and trying everything they could to keep her alive. She was then named Peanut.
Before Peanut felt acquainted with her new tail wagging friend, her guard was up as she hissed at Scooter when he tried to come check on her, but everything seemed to change so quickly as the next few days ensued.
Peanut came out of her shell and tugged herself under Scooter’s arms. Scooter became her big protective brother. They are nap buddies and partners in “crime” as they conspire mischief around the house. Peanut seems to have taught Scooter a few antics herself. Scooter would share his rope with Peanut even though it weighed more than her when she was a kitten. Sometimes Peanut turns his rope into a pillow and other times they just tucker out next to each other after a long day of playing.
This may just explain the extra cleanliness of the floor. Little kitty loves wrestling with the broom while taking a joy ride.
This is cowbert’s favorite pillow. It may be a little hard on the outside, but it’s purrfectly round and comfortable. Mostly it is how little Cowbert shows his love and affection to his dearest human companion.
Mothers’ love is unconditional.
Betsy the cat mama came to her foster home along with her then 10 day old kittens. They all had upper respiratory infections. Williams Haas and his wife with years of fostering experience worked around the clock to bring them back to health.
“In foster care Betsy was very easy to work with and she did a great job taking care of her kittens. In such a situation one has to remember to pet the mother cat first when you enter the room. Betsy and all of her kittens have since been adopted,” said Williams.