on Sunday December 25th, 2011 at 04:31 AM
Just in time for Christmas, Catbaloo, a victim of the Joplin tornado, has been reunited with her owner after 7 months of subsisting in the hull of a destroyed home. Were hoping this isnt the last of the victims to be reunited with family. Follow the Joplin Pets Lost-Found Page on Facebook for more reunion stories.Link to this post!
on Sunday December 25th, 2011 at 02:00 AM
Feral cats in Plumsted Township, New Jersey will have it a little bit easier this winter, thanks to Eagle Scout candidate Ian Manuguerra. The 16-year-old built and donated eight insulated cat shelters to Plumsteds TNR Program.
The TNR Group estimates that about 1,500 feral cats live in the farming community.
We get a lot of cats dumped on us, said Frances Bleuet, treasurer for the program committee told the Asbury Park Press. People see a farm, and (have) a total misconception that cats can...
on Friday December 23rd, 2011 at 01:00 AM
Christmas came early this year for Vanessa Summerfield. She got a call yesterday that her dead cat, George had been found alive and well.
George escaped from his kennel on an Air Canada flight to Ontario on September 23rd. In November, the airline notified Summerfield that Georges body had been found, frozen during a cold snap in Edmonton.
I really wanted to make sure somebody gave him a positive ID, so we brought him over the vet and the vet noticed it was actually a female cat, not a male...
on Saturday December 24th, 2011 at 02:00 AM
Daniel Johns fell in love with Waylon at Collier County (Florida) Domestic Animal Services. He visited the orange and white tabby frequently before finally adopting him in June.
But as soon as Waylon arrived at his new home, he hid behind the dryer. The next day, when Daniel searched for the cat he found a hole in the dryer vent and Waylon was nowhere to be found.
And thats the last anyone saw of Waylon until this week, when he was found wandering in the snow through a neighborhood in Golden,...
on Friday December 23rd, 2011 at 12:35 AM
This week, Morton Salt and the ASPCA (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) kicked off a public service campaign to keep pets safe in winter.
The purpose of the campaign, which runs through January 2012, is to share important pet safety tips with as many pet owners as possible to help reduce winter weather-related pet injuries and fatalities. These tips can be found on Mortons website (www.mortonmelters.com) and on Facebook at (www.facebook.com/MortonSalt).
on Thursday December 22nd, 2011 at 04:36 AM
I think this cat was inspired by reading the book, Careers for Your Cat and decided to purrsue a rewarding career as a purrfessional babysitter.
Of korse, babysitting is deseptively easy. You just need to know ware that mute button is, as this cat has discoverd:
In a reeder? Click the title to watch this grate video.Link to this post!
on Thursday December 22nd, 2011 at 12:12 AM
As the yuletide season nears its crescendo and 2011 draws to a close, Steve (my human) and I would like to extend our best wishes for a wonderful and peaceful Christmas holiday, and for a healthy and happy new year. And, for your holiday reading pleasure and some good laffs heres the Christmas section of the Holiday Fun (& Danger) chapter from The World Is Your Litter Box
Christmas: The mother of all holidays a time for joy, goodwill, and complete madness. This is a holiday that is...
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