Whenever Lucy finds a cup with water in it on the table, she does her dance around it.
Tigger and Casper (formerly named Einstein) are two peas in a pod. They can’t stand to be out of sight of each other. It’s getting closer to the day when they find their forever homes and it’s getting more difficult for their foster parents to say goodbye. They really hope they get adopted together. Aren’t they just meant to be together forever? (Update: Tigger and Casper have been adopted together by their foster parents!)
This is love
Casper and Tigger
Tigger and Casper were rescued by the Annex Cat Rescue when they were 5 weeks old. They are located in Toronto, Canada.
A beautiful homeless cat found Deb at the beginning of May, 2007. She was meowing and crying outside her window for two days. “It seems like she adopted me,” says Deb who took the kitty into her home. She named her Blu which is quite fitting as she has a pair of gorgeous blue eyes.
Soon after she moved in, Deb realized that Blu’s tummy was Read Full Story »
Rascal, the kitty loves to nom nom his own tail :). Isn’t he adorable?
Written by ©Lise-Marie (flickr: matiescat).
In October 2008 I received a call from my vet saying that someone had brought in a four-day-old kitten that they found in the road in Stellenbosch (Western Cape, South Africa). As I was equipped with everything needed and had experience in raising such young kittens, the tiny baby was placed in my care. To this day no one knows how he came to be all alone in the middle of the road… all we knew was that he was a little fighter. Accordingly he was Read Full Story »
Maru catches his dragonfly toy and slowly sinks back into his recycle bin. The ending is way too cute!
Frappy a little sweetie can send you into diabetic coma every time she does her cute little things. “I walked in and saw all three kittens crashed out where I usually sit. And then Frappy started cuting at me all upside down and with curly cutie paws,” says Kimberly.
Frappy is one of the three kittens rescued from a construction Read Full Story »