In Columbia, South Carolina, some caring community citizens are creating outdoor cat shelters to shield stray and feral felines from harsh weather.
Winnie, a kitten from Virginia, found herself stuck in a car’s engine bay and had to be rescued by police. One of the officers adopted her.
In Virginia, Bedford Cares, a local non-profit spay and neuter organization, trapped a cat after hearing a report that he had his head stuck in a jar.
Five jungle cat cubs, found in the field of an agricultural farm in India were the subject of an elaborate rescue operation.
In Charleston, West Virginia, the local community has come together in support of a shelter that just rescued 105 felines from a cat hoarder.
The family of a 101-year-old resident of North Carolina reached out to their local Humane Society with a unique request — to adopt an elderly cat.
A couple took in 61 unneutered and unspayed cats over time while feeding and providing litter for all of them. A team of shelters and rescues stepped in.
Long before Fedja stole the heart of the internet, he stole the heart of Natalia Zhdanova, a Russian children’s bookmaker, who found him when he was just a few days old, sick and stray, in her backyard.
A black and white cat named Tom who went missing in 2009 reunited with his human after living in a cemetery for over a decade. Anna’s Rescue Centre (ARC), a cat rescue charity in Cardiff, made the reunion possible with the power of social media, a microchip, and pure luck.
Bringing home a pet from an ethical rescue is a great way to start a relationship with the animal that’s sure to be rewarding for many years. Make sure you take some time to review the rescue organization you want to adopt from. Here’s a checklist of what they should offer!
As a cat mom, I can’t imagine my life without Pookie. Who would wake me up if I hadn’t made the decision to adopt her seven years ago? And who would have filled my life with so much love and joy? Here’s the story of how Pookie came to be my alarm clock and changed my life for the better.
A feral cat had been stranded in a tree for three days. Hope For Paws arrived to help, and the local firefighters joined in. The kitty took a tumble, but rescuers on the ground managed to save the day with open arms!
Hope For Paws was contacted regarding three kittens that were tossed inside of a dumpster next to a business. They had to hurry because a lid was going to be placed on the bin and the contents crushed the following day,
Hope For Paws showed up at the scene to rescue a cat who got his head stuck in a dangerous, broken glass jar. Watch the video!
They went from scrounging on the streets for every meal to pampered house cats.
A tiny kitten was found clinging to a guardrail on a busy Los Angeles freeway. Thankfully an observant motorist contacted Hope For Paws Rescue.