The amazing story of a cat that travelled more than 200 kilometres and turned up at the Gisborne SPCA after going missing four years earlier has come to a very happy ending.Six-year-old grey tabby Peanut and his much-relieved owner…
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Four years later (and 200km), cat comes back
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For reasons he has not fully explained, Andre Robinson first kicked the stray cat several yards. A video of the kick was posted on Facebook. He was soon arrested. Had it been a person he kicked, Mr. Robinson, 22, most likely would have received a quick …
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Animal Abuse Gains Traction as a Serious Crime, With Jail More Often the Result – New York Times
This Sweet Tabby Cat Lovingly Grooms Baby Rabbits As If They Were Her Own Huffington Post Mango has the reputation among her household for being eager to care for any litter as if they were her own, according to her owner. But this time, the tabby cat jumped into the family’s pen full of young rabbits by mistake. Watch as she proceeds to …
This Sweet Tabby Cat Lovingly Grooms Baby Rabbits As If They Were Her Own – Huffington Post
Black lab Shadow takes a big drink from the new water fountain at the Whitney Dog Park on Saturday. The fountain was installed through donations and the work of the Friends of Whitney Dog Park. (Photo: Dave Schwarz, email@example.com ).
Friends dedicate Whitney Dog Park fountain for fur kids – St. Cloud Times
Good news for cat lovers: a cat sanctuary and tea house is trying to open in NYC, if it can raise $65,000 in startup funds.
Little Lions is attempting to raise $65,000 to open the city’s first “cat sanctuary and tea house.” The café aims not only to provide a place for humans to play with cats, but also give shelter cats the opportunity to find new adoptive owners.
There’s Now a Crowdfunding Campaign for a Permanent Cat Café in NYC