These tiny foster kittens decided to cuddle in a puddle.
Officer Johnson and his colleagues rescued three tiny kittens in the parking lot and are now taking turns to care for them until they can get adopted.
“West Division patrol officers give new meaning to ‘Protect andServe.’ Patrol officers found three tiny deserted kittens in the parking lot outside a West Division police sector. Everyone is pitching in and taking turns helping the kittens until they can get adopted! We will keep our followers updated on their progress and showcase them on our ‘Furrever Friday’ post when they are old enough for adoption!” (Fort Worth Police Department)
Great job officers!
Three tiny kittens were rescued in the parking lot by police officers from Fort Worth Police Department. They are pitching in and taking turns helping the kittens until they can get adopted.
Happy kitten getting her belly filled.
Another officer helping out and bottle feeding the kittens.
Photos by Fort Worth Police Department.
These tiny foster babies are making each other yawn.
A heroic tabby cat, Smudge, ran to rescue his 5 year old human Ethan Fenton from bullies who pushed him to the ground.
When Ethan was playing soccer with his younger brother in the garden, a group of older boys walked over to their front gate.
“I heard them shout Ethan’s name twice but he ignored them and just put his head back down and kept playing with Ashton,” Mother Sharon Fenton said.
“But then they shouted him again and then one of the boys got in Ethan’s face and said ‘OI! Why are you ignoring me?’ and pushed him over. That’s when I rushed outside and saw Smudge fly out from under our car and jump on the boy’s chest.”
Smudge pounced on the tallest boy who then ran off in tears.
“He has slept outside his bedroom keeping guard ever since it happened. I actually feel so much safer knowing Smudge is around after seeing him defend him like that. He is a big part of the family and he is more of a brother to the boys than a cat.”
Smudge has been nominated for most ‘heroic’ in a national cat competition.
Ethan and his heroic cat Smudge who rescued him from bullies trying to pick a fight outside his home.
Source: Daily Mail.
This is what a happy kitty sounds like at her new forever home.
When kitty came to her new home…
All grown up now.
She still loves blankies.