Daphne is a little sweetie with dark soft long fur. When she just came to her foster home, she was very shy and went to hide a lot. As time went on, she finally came out of her shell.
Daphne likes to watch her siblings play while sitting comfortably on her human’s lap. When you are working on something, she’d sit by your side, watching every little thing you do, tilting her head as if she is learning about what you do.
Daphne and her brothers have found their forever loving homes. They were rescued byFredericton SPCA (Canada).
Remember Maggie the cat mama who gave birth to six adorable tabbies? The kittens are growing leaps and bounds in size and energy. They are constantly flapping their little paws in the air when they play. It’s absolutely irresistible. Robyn and Fred Anderson from Challenger’s House sure have their hands full, looking after the little squirmy ones who have learned to explore and make antics.
It gets dangerously cute when they all have their little footsies in the air. What can I say? I am a sucker for these little munchkins.
Tigger and Einstein are only 5 weeks old from the Annex Cat Rescue. They are fostered by Alexandra Guerson and her family in Toronto, Canada. The two little kittens are keeping their foster family’s hands full. Sometimes big purrsonalities come from small packages. These little fuzzballs surely know how to play and have a good time.
Rambo is a cutie pie, but deep down he is a little fighter just like his name. The little guy has no fear and loves to play fight with another kitty in a wrestling match. Rambo is a firecracker, but once he is tired from playing, he’d snuggle up with you by your side.
Ozzy had quite a story when she first came to her new home. The little tabby was very vocal and would not come out from underneath the futon for several hours. “Every time we went to the kitchen to refill our coffee cups, she’d start mew mew MEW…,” said Dave. It got louder and louder as she went.
As soon as they came back to the couch, she calmed down. Every time they moved away from the futon, she cried in agony. When Dave and his family tried to pet her, she slid back further under the futon. “What finally got her brave enough to come out from her bunker was Read Full Story »
It all began when Eric Hanst and his fellow sailors were Navy deployed overseas. When they were in port for a few days, they were greeted by an unexpected guest. “A cat came aboard via mooring line. We lost track of her, and found her later that evening. We managed to get her back to the pier, and waved goodbye as we took off. This cat seemed unusually upset by this,” said Hanst.
What they did not know was that the cat didn’t just come alone. “It turns out, when she managed to sneak on board, she also managed to smuggle on three kittens. We thought she had given birth on the ship, but it was pointed out to us that they were too big to be only a few days old.”